On 8 Jan 2017 at 3:37pm Bob wrote:
Why is that some people manage to take up the whole width of the pavement even though they (the people) are not particularly large?
On 8 Jan 2017 at 3:44pm why oh why wrote:
And why do people walk double file down busy roads, forcing others into the road. Also why don't people feel the need to stand in shop doorways chatting to people they know. Basic consideration for others costs nothing, just an FYI I'm quite a large chap, when I see people blocking in this way I'll make a point of clipping you as I walk past, if you complain I'll point out 1. It was an accident 2. If you weren't blocking the path it wouldn't of happened. Karma is a bitch.
On 8 Jan 2017 at 4:26pm Historian wrote:
It always amazes me that some folk walk right on the actual kerbstone, whilst going the same way as the traffic. Almost as if they want a wallop from a wing mirror in their back.
On 8 Jan 2017 at 6:48pm Bob wrote:
.....and why do people with large umbrellas expect everyone to move out of their way?
On 8 Jan 2017 at 8:04pm Dancing queen wrote:
I saw someone do a pirouette on the curb once. Broad day light and for no apparent reason. It was on a visit to Brighton. I won't go there again
On 8 Jan 2017 at 8:20pm Why oh why wrote:
Just remembered my pet hate, texting and walking... I mean come on you are fooling no one, you are simply not paying attention to where your going.
On 8 Jan 2017 at 8:42pm Nanny state wrote:
I do really think that people (women) with prams or buggies should be forced by law to have indicators fitted on their shoulders and not be allowed to say 'HIiiieeee' to anyone near any doorway.
On 8 Jan 2017 at 9:27pm Clifford wrote:
Yes, of course pavements need to be wider to make sure cyclists, all wearing helmets so they don't hurt themselves, have room to ride on. I'm sure a lot of them are probably 'creatives' or 'artists' of some kind.
On 8 Jan 2017 at 10:33pm Mrs Grumpy wrote:
What really annoys me are the people (all right, always men!) who wait in shop doorways, see you approaching at a reasonably fast pace and, just as you are about to pass them, step out in front of you and continue at the slowest amble they can manage.
On 8 Jan 2017 at 10:41pm Far from wrote:
Why oh why oh why take the entire family into tesco. Take on some gender specific rolls so half family in supermarket other half in pub. This would make my chardonnay run much easier. And how many crisp sandwiches can you eat in a week??????
On 8 Jan 2017 at 11:26pm Woody wrote:
Clifford - you have a massive chip on your shoulder.
That's what's causing any blockages on pavements.
On 8 Jan 2017 at 11:39pm Troll hunter wrote:
Thread(a cracker) ruined by woody.
On 9 Jan 2017 at 12:48am dj wrote:
As for old people with all those years of experience having no concept of pavement spacial awareness - sickens me.
On 9 Jan 2017 at 5:54am Bev wrote:
......and why are do people stop and have a conversation in the supermarket aisle right where I want to get something?
On 9 Jan 2017 at 10:21am Dirty old men wrote:
It's so you have to brush past us Bev
On 9 Jan 2017 at 11:52am Woody wrote:
Troll Hunter - I was referring to Clifford's on-going contempt shown towards people who make and imagine new things.
The pavements are narrow because most of them were built before the motor car was created - sorry, invented.
On 9 Jan 2017 at 2:47pm Clifford wrote:
Woody wrote: 'I was referring to Clifford's on-going contempt shown towards people who make and imagine new things.'
And I was referring - and the quotation marks should have been a clue - to people who pose as making and imagining 'new things' but churn out the same untalented and derivative garbage, if they do anything at all other than talk about their 'work in progress'.
On 9 Jan 2017 at 3:40pm Aqua Mgmt wrote:
We at Aqua really wish they were, so we can fit more tables outside our lovely new restaurant.
On 9 Jan 2017 at 7:25pm OverActive KnifeNFork wrote:
Never understood it myself. As I've got older the less space there is on the pavements
On 9 Jan 2017 at 11:15pm Always Rivalled, Seldom Equalled wrote:
Pavements are fine, it's the selfish coffee shops that cause the restrictions. I'd like to know why the council don't stop them from spreading out all over the place.