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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21600 on: Today at 11:02:25 AM »
He got a two week ban from everything for the last one

My youngest has always had an issue with his temper, he can't handle his frustration and lashes out. One incident when he was about 14 months he lay face down on the floor pounding and screaming for a full 30 minutes.

So far he has :-

Thrown a Nexus Tablet at the fireplace and smashed it
Hit his brother over the back with the replacement and smashed it
Bit the replacement and smashed it
Broken a telly by hitting it with a controller, he smashed the replacement by throwing the controller.

He wasn't happy when I told him that all his damage has cost him personally - I pointed out that when he finally gets given his money that is in premium bonds and savings, he will be £1500 light due to his temper.

WOW. This wont have gone lightly for someone who does all that you have mentioned. How did he take it?!?

This is obviously a discipline issue. How do you discipline someone like that?!? He needs to understand that actions have consequences. And how do you make him understand that smashing a Nexus tablet (thrice) and telly (twice) is plainly wrong. Because it doesnt seem to me that grounding will help.

Trying to understand parenting here.

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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21601 on: Today at 11:16:45 AM »
WOW. This wont have gone lightly for someone who does all that you have mentioned. How did he take it?!?

This is obviously a discipline issue. How do you discipline someone like that?!? He needs to understand that actions have consequences. And how do you make him understand that smashing a Nexus tablet (thrice) and telly (twice) is plainly wrong. Because it doesnt seem to me that grounding will help.

Trying to understand parenting here.

He wasn't happy, but tough shit, I'm not paying for his damages.

It is hard - normally he is a wonderful kid, really loving, him and his brother are best mates, he has loads of mates at school, top of his class, very very intelligent according to his teachers, he is funny as fuck, really sarcastic when he wants and can just be laugh out loud funny - but when he gets frustrated he just loses it, he cannot control himself. He also has shyness and confidence issues - he says he is a crap footballer, yet his coaches say he is technically in the top 5% at his club in his age group and he was good enough to go for training and a trial at the City academy last summer.

I was seeing a counsellor last night and she gave me details of a place that does children - I'm thinking about taking him to see if they can help him understand things better.

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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21602 on: Today at 11:25:10 AM »
He wasn't happy, but tough shit, I'm not paying for his damages.

It is hard - normally he is a wonderful kid, really loving, him and his brother are best mates, he has loads of mates at school, top of his class, very very intelligent according to his teachers, he is funny as fuck, really sarcastic when he wants and can just be laugh out loud funny - but when he gets frustrated he just loses it, he cannot control himself. He also has shyness and confidence issues - he says he is a crap footballer, yet his coaches say he is technically in the top 5% at his club in his age group and he was good enough to go for training and a trial at the City academy last summer.

I was seeing a counsellor last night and she gave me details of a place that does children - I'm thinking about taking him to see if they can help him understand things better.

From the picture you've painted of him, it sounds like he might be mildly on the autism spectrum. Have you ever wondered about taking him to see someone who specialises in those types of diagnoses?

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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21603 on: Today at 11:25:45 AM »
He wasn't happy, but tough shit, I'm not paying for his damages.

It is hard - normally he is a wonderful kid, really loving, him and his brother are best mates, he has loads of mates at school, top of his class, very very intelligent according to his teachers, he is funny as fuck, really sarcastic when he wants and can just be laugh out loud funny - but when he gets frustrated he just loses it, he cannot control himself. He also has shyness and confidence issues - he says he is a crap footballer, yet his coaches say he is technically in the top 5% at his club in his age group and he was good enough to go for training and a trial at the City academy last summer.

I was seeing a counsellor last night and she gave me details of a place that does children - I'm thinking about taking him to see if they can help him understand things better.

I had a lot of anger issues as a kid. I think a physical outlet is a good thing. Maybe not football, just something where you can physically work it out of your system, channel it into running or something. I hated running as a kid, too, so maybe wouldn't have worked, but anger kind of builds up to a point where you need to let it out, it does not just pop up out of nowhere. It's not something anyone does on purpose, so traditional methods of discipline probably won't be very effective, and could make it worse as it will just add resentment and you've got a vicious circle.

Counselling is definitely worth a try.
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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21604 on: Today at 01:20:36 PM »
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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21605 on: Today at 01:53:57 PM »
i watched it. yeah fat lazy fucker. i notice on the jonathan ross show barnes said ruddock has lost about 5 stone?

when they were doing weights he didnt look as heavy, but yeah lazy fat fucker. the game they played the womens team he didnt look like he broke sweat, belly hanging under the shirt

24 stone, fucking hell.

He's a heart attack waiting to happen the fat fucker, i recognised the Golf Driving range before they went to Diggers house, as i've been there & only live down the road from there.

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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21606 on: Today at 01:56:42 PM »
He's a heart attack waiting to happen the fat fucker, i recognised the Golf Driving range before they went to Diggers house, as i've been there & only live down the road from there.

He's so lazy, he'll ask someone else to have it for him.

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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21607 on: Today at 02:06:22 PM »
Agree with the comments on here, his time here was a low point. So it's a big thing in life that really annoys me.
The point I wanted to make though was what he was doing on the show in the first place. 1 cap. 1 fucking cap when there's players like Wright, Waddle, Seaman, Barnes etc.
I'm sure that fitness lady alluded to this when she came into the gym and greeted them with what was, and I'm paraphrasing  "Hi legends, and you Ruddock"
He was on because he was cheap and available,  Redknapp felt a bit sorry for him, comedy value because of his size. I know he was a big lad when he played, but piling on around a stone a year since finishing playing takes some doing.

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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21608 on: Today at 02:07:48 PM »
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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21609 on: Today at 02:27:43 PM »
He's so lazy, he'll ask someone else to have it for him.
:lmao

Agree with the comments on here, his time here was a low point. So it's a big thing in life that really annoys me.
The point I wanted to make though was what he was doing on the show in the first place. 1 cap. 1 fucking cap when there's players like Wright, Waddle, Seaman, Barnes etc.
I'm sure that fitness lady alluded to this when she came into the gym and greeted them with what was, and I'm paraphrasing  "Hi legends, and you Ruddock"
He was on because he was cheap and available,  Redknapp felt a bit sorry for him, comedy value because of his size. I know he was a big lad when he played, but piling on around a stone a year since finishing playing takes some doing.
yep. said he was 14 stone 1 at Liverpool. in fairness there was two or three summers i remember you would see a video or pic of him and think "jesus he has lost weight"

but now he is 10 stone heavier

see how progresses later.
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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21610 on: Today at 02:49:42 PM »
Agree with the comments on here, his time here was a low point. So it's a big thing in life that really annoys me.
The point I wanted to make though was what he was doing on the show in the first place. 1 cap. 1 fucking cap when there's players like Wright, Waddle, Seaman, Barnes etc.
I'm sure that fitness lady alluded to this when she came into the gym and greeted them with what was, and I'm paraphrasing  "Hi legends, and you Ruddock"
He was on because he was cheap and available,  Redknapp felt a bit sorry for him, comedy value because of his size. I know he was a big lad when he played, but piling on around a stone a year since finishing playing takes some doing.

I thought this was filmed post-Redknapp's IACGMOOH stint but it seems to have been filmed last summer. Some of the footage looks to be during the Euros and the sun in shining. I would imagine a lot of ex 'legends' would have been on media duty - certainly Shearer, Wright, Linekar etc...

And I had a look at the 'substitutes' when the titles rolled, as I spotted Alan Kennedy during film. They were Alan Kennedy, Steve Howie, Andy Gray and Micah someone.
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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21611 on: Today at 03:02:08 PM »
I thought this was filmed post-Redknapp's IACGMOOH stint but it seems to have been filmed last summer. Some of the footage looks to be during the Euros and the sun in shining. I would imagine a lot of ex 'legends' would have been on media duty - certainly Shearer, Wright, Linekar etc...

And I had a look at the 'substitutes' when the titles rolled, as I spotted Alan Kennedy during film. They were Alan Kennedy, Steve Howie, Andy Gray and Micah someone.
Micah Hyde, think he played for Watford, i saw Kennedy for a split second near end and thought i was seeing things.

Howey was in it here and there, didnt speak but you would see his shirt
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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21612 on: Today at 03:18:24 PM »
Wasn't it Rudduck who was responsible for those white suits that time, :duh could have been a decent player but liked the booze too much.

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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21613 on: Today at 03:25:33 PM »
Wasn't it Rudduck who was responsible for those white suits that time, :duh could have been a decent player but liked the booze too much.

Nah - David James was doing modelling work for Armani, he said he could get suits from them - some soft c*nt at Armani sent the white ones and it was too near to the final to change them.

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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21614 on: Today at 03:36:48 PM »
Nah - David James was doing modelling work for Armani, he said he could get suits from them - some soft c*nt at Armani sent the white ones and it was too near to the final to change them.

Thanks for that, thought Rudduck was one of those responsible, funnily enough we had that Cream[or whatever they called it] away kit a year later matching those suits.

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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21615 on: Today at 03:54:23 PM »
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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21616 on: Today at 04:15:36 PM »
Having escalated a PPI claim to the ombudsmen due to the bank not even acknowledging my claim, they're now insisting I never had a credit card with them despite it being on my credit file.




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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21617 on: Today at 04:26:00 PM »
Having escalated a PPI claim to the ombudsmen due to the bank not even acknowledging my claim, they're now insisting I never had a credit card with them despite it being on my credit file.

Can you max it out and then tell them it doesn't exist?
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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21618 on: Today at 04:29:08 PM »
Can you max it out and then tell them it doesn't exist?
Ooh that would be cool except I dont have it anymore.  I paid it off a few years ago.

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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21619 on: Today at 04:45:40 PM »
Another estate agent one...

Made an offer on an apartment on Thursday (late afternoon) and was given the application form to fill out whilst she spoke to the landlord. Spent a good 90 mins filling it all out this morning and sent it in only to then be told they had accepted another offer.

I mean why not just fucking tell me as soon as you accepted the other offer so I don't waste my fucking time?  :no

They've now come back to me just now saying the others have let them down so it's available again... after I spent all day trying to find somewhere  :no
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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21620 on: Today at 05:42:24 PM »
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Re: The small things in life that really annoy you
« Reply #21621 on: Today at 07:37:29 PM »
I've said it before & i'll say it again, International breaks, the week feels even longer than normal. :(