I agree with your sentiments Jason, but back to school for you young man - your spelling and grammar could do with some improvement:
Bunf = bumf, from bum fodder - loo paper
Dam = damn
Cant = can't
There= their (there = over there; they're = they are; their = belonging to them)
Bills = Bill's (the apostrophe means it belongs to Bill)
Your= You're (you are, not your, as in belonging to you)
Its = It's (it is, not belonging to it)
Country side = Countryside
Womens = women's
Also, don't start history and hills with capitals.
Jason's obviously an intelligent person and it's a worry that our schools are letting people like him down, sending him out into the world without a decent standard of English.