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Heyho

People who you turn the channel over when they come on

Nicola Sturgeon

Don't like this woman at all.

https://uk.search.yahoo.com/search?p=dont+disctate&fr=yfp-t-401
fartcatcher

Clarkson, Cowell, Steven Gerrard, Michael McIntyre.

and Jeremy Vine on the wireless.
Late Doors

I guess she is not meant to be liked by people like us and won't care if she is or not. Currently i cant look at her without thinking "Et tu Scotland"

huge list for me, lots of people whose names i cant recall

for starters
Graham Norton
Miranda whatshername
Russ BBC3 pretend comic
Geordie hard man who cant sing
Cockney chancer who got lucky and advertises gambling misery
Most of ITV football's team
Heyho

Late Doors wrote:
I guess she is not meant to be liked by people like us and won't care if she is or not. Currently i cant look at her without thinking "Et tu Scotland"


She could do a lot of damage fro Scotland. I love the country and the people and would love to retire there (the wife knows nothing about this of course). A view of some mountains every time you wake up. Brilliant.

Adding to my list - Davina whats her name
Frazier Cranium

Jeremy Kyle
Katie Hopkins
Jimmy Savile, honestly.
Eastenders cast
Heyho

Frazier Cranium wrote:
Jeremy Kyle
Katie Hopkins
Jimmy Savile, honestly.
Eastenders cast


I will second that one about Eastenders.
Dock

Fiona Bruce BBC
Nick Robinson BBC
Andrew Marr BBC
Bill Turnbull BBC
Dan Snow BBC
Sue Barker BBC
Mel & Sue BBC
All football commentators/ coverage
Any celebrity bake-off jungle Masterchef knackers
Simon Cowell
Question of Sport
All of ITV
Katie Hopkins
The Boat Race
Anything with Phillip Schofield in it
Anything featuring Rufus Hound
.......................And that's just for starters!
Forest

Kay Burley
Kieth Lemon
Paddy McGuinness
Dock

Claudia Winkleman BBC
Omid Djalili
Lenny Henry
Jay Rayner BBC
Jeremy Kyle
Sophie Raworth BBC
Huw Edwards BBC
Jason Manford
Andrew Neil BBC
Eamonn Holmes
Dickie Bird
Leeds players from THAT era being interviewed about what would have happened in THEIR day. Boring as fuck past is past all been said before a zillion times no longer relevant in any way whatsoever tiresome shite! "And then Don said to us all at half time..." ZZZZZZZZZ!
Grind

Kardashians
Republicans
NPR during those interminable fucking pledge drives.

Plenty more.
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

Russell Howard

8 series have been made of Russell Howard's Good News

My Russell Howard good news would be to hear he's been kidnapped by ISIS
Dock

Evan Davis BBC
Heyho

I'd get rid of yer telly Dock
sheeps

Heyho wrote:
I'd get rid of yer telly Dock





Frazier Cranium

Get rid of your computer too while you're at it
Dock

Heyho wrote:
I'd get rid of yer telly Dock


On the contrary. I have a remote and I can switch off the shite stuff. There are some very wonderful programmes out there. Thank god for SKY. Its just a lot of the mainstream that sucks. But that's because in the final analysis, a lot of British people are as thick as shit and are very happy to watch baba of an evening.

Greg Wallace BBC
Matt Frei Channel 4 News
Dermot O' Leary
Dock

Re: People who you turn the channel over when they come on

Heyho wrote:
Nicola Sturgeon

Don't like this woman at all.

https://uk.search.yahoo.com/search?p=dont+disctate&fr=yfp-t-401


Sturgeon and Jimmy Krankie..............never in the same room. Makes yer think dunt it.
Frazier Cranium

Didn't one of the Krankies die?
Dock

Frazier Cranium wrote:
Didn't one of the Krankies die?


Nowt to do with me. I've never been near a book depository or a grassy knoll.

*throws rifle in canal*
Heyho

I will agree with Greg Wallace Dock

Also add Simon Cowell to my list. Although technically I would never watch anything he is in so I wouldn't have to switch it off.
smiling badger

Richard Hammond
Ant and Dec
All of them little and all of them cunts.
Dock

Party political broadcasts ( the MP's all look wooden, the online manifestos are far more intriguing)
Lulu
Neil Hamilton and his dreadful wife
Mark Radcliffe presenting Glastonbury
Guy Martin
Weather forecasts
The Last Leg
Any programme showing operations or hospitals
Mrs Brown's Boys BBC (Although in his defence Brendan O' Carroll is fucking hilarious when he's not in that character)
Loose Women
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

Guy Martin - he's another one - not quite right and really annoying - i look forward to the arrest of him as a serial killer and the interviews with the neighbours saying he was always so nice and friendly

Makes my skin crawl
Dock

Sir Bulldog Craggwood wrote:
Guy Martin - he's another one - not quite right and really annoying - i look forward to the arrest of him as a serial killer and the interviews with the neighbours saying he was always so nice and friendly

Makes my skin crawl


Perfectly summed up. It's that butter-wouldn't-melt aw shucks demeanour and daft big eyes that I can't do with.
Late Doors

Never heard ofthe twat but i will be sure to switch over if i see him, which sounds unlikely but thanks for the warning
Dalek

We don't have the TV on all the time - but actually turn it on only if there is a particular programme that we want to watch.
Heyho

Dalek wrote:
We don't have the TV on all the time - but actually turn it on only if there is a particular programme that we want to watch.


Why - that's weird!!!

Surely you have it on all the time so that you can complain about the shite that is on.

LOL
sheeps

I don't have a TV in the living room, one upstairs in the bedroom if required.

Much prefer listening to my Bose WiFi.
Dock

sheeps wrote:
I don't have a TV in the living room, one upstairs in the bedroom if required.

Much prefer listening to my Bose WiFi.


I thought you'd split up.
Grind

Dock wrote:
sheeps wrote:
I don't have a TV in the living room, one upstairs in the bedroom if required.

Much prefer listening to my Bose WiFi.


I thought you'd split up.


Maybe it's a different kind of TV in the bedroom...
Dock

Grind wrote:
Dock wrote:
sheeps wrote:
I don't have a TV in the living room, one upstairs in the bedroom if required.

Much prefer listening to my Bose WiFi.


I thought you'd split up.


Maybe it's a different kind of TV in the bedroom...


Bossy wife's get everywhere don't they.
Grind

Dock wrote:
Grind wrote:
Dock wrote:
sheeps wrote:
I don't have a TV in the living room, one upstairs in the bedroom if required.

Much prefer listening to my Bose WiFi.


I thought you'd split up.


Maybe it's a different kind of TV in the bedroom...


Bossy wife's get everywhere don't they.


Never a good thing when there are * ahem * two remote controls.
Heyho

Telly in the living room and telly in the bedroom.

In winter at 7:30pm Mrs H goes upstairs and watched the soaps whilst I catch up on Wheeler Dealers and Sport. We normally them meet up again at 9pm.

In summer - well the allotment calls.
Dock

It's dead democratic in our house. We only have one tv downstairs. My viewing requirements are few and we like a lot of the same things. My only personal weekly must-see's are watching Channel 4 Racing that I've recorded on the Sky Planner and fast forwarding through the recording to all the races, which takes about 20 mins, and the At The Races Sunday Forum. And if there's any decent Sunday racing from Ireland I'll do the same. A lot of the rest of television is mainly pish that I can live without. There's never been a telly related falling-out at Dock Towers, FACT!
Grind

If there were to be a telly related falling out, it probably helps that you keep yours downstairs.

I'm the only one who knows how to successfully operate the (admittedly, a tricky little bastard) remote control in this house, so Grind watches what Grind fucking well wants to. *

* Unless the Grindstress is home, obviously.
fartcatcher

I prefer to watch the telly with the sound down and subtitles on.

Unfortunately mrs fc doesn't share my preference.
carp

Russell Brand
All politicians
Piers Morgan
Phill Jupitus
Russell Brand
Roy Keane
Russell Brand
fartcatcher

Jo Whiley

Radio 2's princess of sycophancy
carp

Anything Top Gear
Gregg the greengrocer
Oh, and Jimmy Savill always gave me the creeps. Very much like my brother
Bruce Springsteen (soz)
Dock

carp wrote:
Anything Top Gear
Gregg the greengrocer
Oh, and Jimmy Savill always gave me the creeps. Very much like my brother
Bruce Springsteen (soz)


What's it like having Bruce Springsteen as a brother? And does Butts camp out in your garden?
carp

One full stop and that's what you get on here. 👍
Dock

Mike Bushell BBC Sports Monkey. Patronising as fuck!

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