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Skint

Why does watching this program almost make me wish we had the same gun laws here as they do in America.

OK there's too much playing to the camera but even so there are some bloody scrotes. 5 kids by 21 with 3 different fathers, another a little older with 7 kids to 3 fathers (or was it four i don't think she was too clear). And not a days work betwen any of them.

And then the smack/crack addict. Looked like a 65 year old on Chemo!!!! She was 37.
Frazier Cranium

Same old story H, plenty of people in those categories you mention are decent, honest and hard working people, and they're generally the ones who DON'T go on telly programmes like this.  And exactly why I avoid most reality programmes like charity collectors with skanky looks about em collecyting for charities most people have never heard of.

That scumbag in Derby, Philpott, on the Jeremy Kyle show etc says more than enough about this sort of shit for me.
smiling badger

I would rather take my family away and live in the middle of a Forest and live of berries than live next door to the likes of most of the people that were shown on this programe.
As Codge said , lots are prolly hard working etc.. but lots are not.
Dock

Seen the trailers but it depresses me enough having to share a country and pay for vermin like these knowing they are never going to add anything to the greater good. Never mind watching them in my spare time. I'm out.
sheeps

Dock wrote:
Seen the trailers but it depresses me enough having to share a country and pay for vermin like these knowing they are never going to add anything to the greater good. Never mind watching them in my spare time. I'm out.



Does this signal the end of our 'fests'.


*cashes Giro*
Heyho

So there I am watching the latest installment of Scunnies finest.

Bloke 'had' to buy a new telly cos his son had broken the old one. In popped a Bright House bloke with a brand spanking new 47" LG 3D surround sound TV. Scunnie bloke kicks off saying this is going to cost me fucking 2k cos I'm buying it on the never never. it's people like us that get ripped off.

Well my advice to you would be:

a) don't buy such an expensive TV (well actually it would be around 750)

b) 2 years at 20 on the never never is 2k. 1 Year of saving that 20 (socials money by the way) would be 1k. You'd have money left to buy a TV if you did not.

Knob head.
Late Doors

Holy Moses I think I chanced upon this last week whilst skipping  through the channels one night. Thought it was one of those post ironic mockumentary jobbies until I realise it was deadly serious.

There was a genuinely jaw dropping scene that left me stunned when the "pater" figure pronounced something along the lines of he couldn't give a shit what those "working class people" thought about his lifestyle and tv buying. It took me back to a debate we had at Uni once between us part timers and some sociology types about whether an underclass existed or not. We all knew it did and was going to get worse whilst most of the others said it was a fabrication.

Who'd have thought the working class would look down their noses at anybody other than themselves and be thought of as some kind of elitist social group?. Cleese, Barker and Corbett would have to get another diminutive figure to complete that scene they did about classes. I'd go for Warwick Davis

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