Tuesday, 5 June 2018

Arsehole


I was too busy listening to this piece of music yesterday and almost got knocked off my feet by a woman riding her bike down Lower Bridge Street in Chester .
She called me an arsehole
( well I lip read that she called me an arsehole)
Arsehole is a great put down
Especially when uttered in an English accent
Arrrrrssssssseeeeeee.............hoooooooollllllll

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  1. It just happens to be what I called 'Chloe' yesterday. She was certainly being one.

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    2. Poor guy you are , poor guy you'll be. The cyclist was right. Arsehole.And Cro Cro double arsehole.

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  2. Funny how we English speakers are so obsessed with body parts for insults. It's not a universal practice! But I do like this one. Even though they can be quite a lot of fun under certain circs ;-)

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  3. I am nonplussed by it all.

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  4. Yeah it's a good one x

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  6. Here the word is gilipolla. It works. However, the cyclist was the arsehole. A bell works.

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    1. Gilipolla!
      That's a mouthful

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  7. And now the whole world thinks she's one!

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  8. If you really are an arsehole, remember to take a roll of toilet paper with you where ever you go. Most urban cyclists are arrogant bastards who believe that all motorists and pedestrians are in the wrong while they are obviously always right. Bells should be compulsory on bikes.

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    1. Most middle aged pedestrians listen to Disney tunes

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  9. This is my go-to descriptive word. It is satisfying.

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  10. Dylan Thomas aside, today your post title and your blog heading seem to be calling to each other.

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  11. Oh, how uncouth of her, the daft c*nt!

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    1. Anonymous2:27 pm

      What with the ..... and now this ... I've had to lie down in a darkened room to recover.

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    2. I apologise for saying she was 'daft'. Maybe she isn't.

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    3. Anonymous6:51 pm

      X

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  12. You should know. Yesterday you called me an arsehole. In fact you expanded on the idea. Thanks for taking the time.

    However, may I remind you that arseholes are most useful. Not least when you are full of shit.

    U

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    1. Let me know when you need one. I'll lend you mine.

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    2. Is it still in full working order?

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    3. It is. Tom, it is. Fully. Practice making for perfection.

      As they say, use it or lose it. One of many reasons I am willing myself to live. Not that I am on death row. Disembowelling notwithstanding.

      U

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    4. Oh dear..is she back? Lol.Shes like a bad smell that turns up now and again.Where a mate of mine lives,every few months you get a bad smell in the area...its when they are on the fields Muck Spreading,xx

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    5. Anonymous11:20 pm

      Be nice

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  13. Where I live, if a cyclist hits a pedestrian, the cyclist is at fault unless the pedestrian stepped in front of the bike. I would have had unkind - but true - words for her.

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  14. Funny reply by Ursula. Here in good old Oz, we are conflicted with arse and ass. I, at least, think arse is a swear word and ass is not, yet they mean exactly the same thing.

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    1. Don't encourage her

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    2. I guess i"m old school cos to me, arse is a bum and ass is a donkey/ mule. I don't think arse is terribly swear-ish but arsehole is a whole nother level

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  15. I would rather her swear at you than knock you down. x

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  16. How much nicer it would have been if she had stopped to inquire if you were all right.

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    1. Especially as I am such a dish

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  17. I kind of like the idea of throwing yourself on the ground and screaming :)

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  18. I dunno, arse (with or without the hole) sounds very sweet and proper to me (with or without the English accent). Now, what you guys do with c*nt is a joy to behold!

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    1. I'll leave tom Stephenson to answer that one

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  19. Oh those arrogant cyclists! Clearly SHE was the arsehole!

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  20. She sounds like a very unpleasant person - it is a pity for her that she feels the need to show her revolting self to the world x

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  21. In the part of Manchester I'm from we use 'dickhead' in that sort of situation. Arsehole sounds almost posh ;-)

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    1. Haha ... I like how I accidentally gave it a capital A

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  22. Listening to music is a much better thing. lol

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  23. I just read the Queen and Meghan are going to Chester next week to open a bridge. I hope they deal with the clumsy bike rider before they arrive. And she called you an arse!

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  24. We won't discuss the names called in certain parts of where I live ... Mother being the first word of the two.

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  25. Lorna7:13 pm

    This story was just hilarious. Thanks for giving a chuckle.

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  26. Not polite language for Chester.

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  27. With the state of our roads might have been "pot hooooole"

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  28. (o)
    There's one back at 'er.

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  29. I think I must have met that woman's husband last time I was in Chester a couple of months ago. A complete charmer [not]!
    Arilx

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  30. Most cyclist are obnoxious. In the ancient days when I was at school, we learned bicycle safety and etiquette. Unfortunately, no one seems to show any courtesy to anyone anymore.(Good Heavens,I am sounding old!)

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  31. The music was worth listening to, I think the woman might have simply said 'excuse me."

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    1. You are the first person to say that. I love this music

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  32. Did you mouth that she was wearing "Cheap Shoes"?

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  33. I was in Hickory's Smokehouse down on The Groves in Chester on Monday afternoon.
    I didn't spot you on Lower Bridge Street as I walked there, nor did I see any obnoxious women on bikes!

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I love all comments Except abusive ones from arseholes