5 things that this week made me go (points finger) **NT!

9 Jul

I know that some, more delicate-hearted readers might be shocked by the choice of this particular swear word, but sometimes, just sometimes, it is the only word that will do.

  • A blogger with an About Me page that read “About the enigma that is xxx”.  No mate, you are not “one of nature’s puzzling secrets”. You’re a 20-something boy with an inflated ego.
  • A mother who ranted for ages at her young daughter why she couldn’t have a Magnum icecream only to guzzle one herself moments later right in front of her daughter’s snivelling face.
  • A lazy-arsed man (well i can’t be sacked again for being fattist can i?) wheezing and sweating his way through an interview complaining (rather agressively) why it was bad for his health to stand outside a pub in the freezing winter when he wants a fag. My heart bleeds.
  • Being subjected yet again to the the world’s most smug song lyrics  “And you slipped through my fingers/No not literally but met-a-pho-ri-ca-lly”.  No, you don’t look clever for fitting metaphorically into a song line, you just look like a pompous arse (i’m purposefully not mentioning the artist by name because he is widely considered to be a God, and calling him a **NT might easily get me hate mail).
  • Carol friggin’ Malone.

10 Responses to “5 things that this week made me go (points finger) **NT!”

  1. jfb57 July 9, 2010 at 7:14 am #

    Umm! Wasn’t a good day then! 😉

  2. Rosie Scribble July 9, 2010 at 1:41 pm #

    I saw someone do exactly the same thing with a Magnum icecream. Perhaps we live in the same street. (checks curtains.)

    • marketingtomilk July 9, 2010 at 3:09 pm #

      I should have mentioned that when this woman was castigating her poor child for wanting a Magnum, and the child was (quite rightly) making a fuss (she had said “you can have any icecream you want” ), she spat at her “Everyone is looking at you and thinking what a nasty spoilt brat you are”.
      *gobsmacked*

  3. Very Bored in Catalunya July 9, 2010 at 5:20 pm #

    *sharp intake of breath at ice cream woman* I actively encourage my child to have an ice cream so I can have one as well to keep him company.

    As for the C word, I really, really, really try to never use it but Spanish drivers are very trying sometimes.

  4. shar13 July 9, 2010 at 5:39 pm #

    You must have had a bad day?! I never use that word, or the ‘f’ word either, but that doesn’t mean I don’t get cross, I do VERY. Perhaps it’s my age, or that I never heard my dad say more than ‘damn’, I only heard him say ‘bloody’ once and that really shocked me!

  5. Niki Clark July 9, 2010 at 7:29 pm #

    One of my most favourite words! So wonderfully expressive and vulgar. Ice cream woman certainly deserved it. Come on though, enlighten us radio 4 listeners as to whom you are referring with the smug metaphor lyrics?

    • marketingtomilk July 9, 2010 at 8:01 pm #

      A google should do it.
      And the thing is, i really like the song.
      Just shame on him for his irrepressible smugness.

  6. kelloggsville July 9, 2010 at 10:56 pm #

    I have just come back from Google…Carole Malone looks a right one. The big M, I pulled on his trouser leg at a gig once and he tripped over, I believe he called me the c word – maybe it takes one to know one?!

    If I could be so selfish as to add to the list ‘the woman at British Gas Home (no)care call centre’, ‘the Inland Revenue’ and ‘My ex-husband’..I thank you for the intrusion! :0)

  7. Samantha July 14, 2010 at 2:31 pm #

    I love the C word. You’re right when you say that sometimes, it’s the only word that will do. That’s how I feel about it. It’s the absolute expression of disgust with something/someone when you are bereft of a whole sentence to articulate exactly how you feel. I’ve mentioned this briefly on my own blog- it’s just a word. If you are otherwise eloquent (ie: not a fishwife) dropping a profanity into your conversation is Ok in my book :0)

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