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PostRe: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by Denster » Wed Apr 11, 2018 10:24 pm

I hate people who litter.

People who stop in the middle of busy thoroughfare to chat or text or whatever. I strawberry floating hate that!

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PostRe: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by Death's Head » Wed Apr 11, 2018 10:52 pm

People. Have you noticed it is always people doing some gooseberry fool that annoys you?

strawberry floating people.

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PostRe: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by KK » Wed Apr 11, 2018 11:01 pm

Those that post stacks of $1 notes on social media like anyone is supposed to be remotely impressed.

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PostRe: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by Errkal » Thu Apr 12, 2018 6:21 am

Works payroll department!

They didn't apply a tax code to me when I started so have been paying double the tax I should and due to it now cjnaging tax year getting back is become a grey area when it comes to time scale.....

Really can't afford to be out of pocket this month especially when it is due to someone not doing their job properly!

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PostRe: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by Ad7 » Thu Apr 12, 2018 6:33 am

Work twice as hard to balance it out.

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PostRe: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by Squinty » Thu Apr 12, 2018 7:13 am

Death's Head wrote:People. Have you noticed it is always people doing some gooseberry fool that annoys you?

strawberry floating people.

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The strawberry floaters made me a misanthrope.

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PostRe: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by Vermilion » Thu Apr 12, 2018 7:47 am

Tsunade wrote:
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Tsunade wrote:I get weird headaches that cause my eyesight to mess up, but I don't know if they're classed as migraines as the headache seems to go quickly. My eyesight stays messed up for the rest of the day. I don't get them very often either.


Do you see weird lights which start off at a single point then spread around the edges of your vision? If so then that is a Migraine aura, and usually lasts around 20 minutes before clearing, but after that the eyesight can remain a bit fuzzy for the rest of the day even if the headache isn't too severe.

When i get a migraine, i find the aura to be the worst part.

I do, it's like when someone uses flash on a camera and you keep seeing it for a while. It gets bigger and bigger and then i get the pain and the fuzzy vision.


Yep, definitely sounds like a migraine aura to me as that's pretty much what i experience, you might want to get confirmation from a doc though as that's what i did.

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PostRe: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by <]:^D » Thu Apr 12, 2018 8:37 am

Errkal wrote:Works payroll department!

They didn't apply a tax code to me when I started so have been paying double the tax I should and due to it now cjnaging tax year getting back is become a grey area when it comes to time scale.....

Really can't afford to be out of pocket this month especially when it is due to someone not doing their job properly!


if its completely their fault then kick up a fuss until they sort it - not your fault someone isnt doing their job properly

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PostRe: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by Errkal » Thu Apr 12, 2018 8:57 am

<]:^D wrote:
Errkal wrote:Works payroll department!

They didn't apply a tax code to me when I started so have been paying double the tax I should and due to it now cjnaging tax year getting back is become a grey area when it comes to time scale.....

Really can't afford to be out of pocket this month especially when it is due to someone not doing their job properly!


if its completely their fault then kick up a fuss until they sort it - not your fault someone isnt doing their job properly


They have applied the right code as of todays payslip (yay) bugger is it has gone over a tax year now so I now need to wait for p60 and gooseberry fool to be sorted for HMRC to sort a bloody refund of the over paid tax....

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PostRe: RE: Re: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by Death's Head » Thu Apr 12, 2018 10:10 am

Errkal wrote:
&lt;]:^D wrote:
Errkal wrote:Works payroll department!

They didn't apply a tax code to me when I started so have been paying double the tax I should and due to it now cjnaging tax year getting back is become a grey area when it comes to time scale.....

Really can't afford to be out of pocket this month especially when it is due to someone not doing their job properly!


if its completely their fault then kick up a fuss until they sort it - not your fault someone isnt doing their job properly


They have applied the right code as of todays payslip (yay) bugger is it has gone over a tax year now so I now need to wait for p60 and gooseberry fool to be sorted for HMRC to sort a bloody refund of the over paid tax....
What I like about the tax office is that if they owe you something you'll get it, but no rush. A few years back I got a mysterious payment in my account and once I found where it was from (from the tax office by mistake) and contacted them, they said I had to pay them back immediately and penalties if I didn't, like it was somehow my strawberry floating fault.

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PostRe: RE: Re: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by Errkal » Thu Apr 12, 2018 10:44 am

Death's Head wrote:
Errkal wrote:
&lt;]:^D wrote:
Errkal wrote:Works payroll department!

They didn't apply a tax code to me when I started so have been paying double the tax I should and due to it now cjnaging tax year getting back is become a grey area when it comes to time scale.....

Really can't afford to be out of pocket this month especially when it is due to someone not doing their job properly!


if its completely their fault then kick up a fuss until they sort it - not your fault someone isnt doing their job properly


They have applied the right code as of todays payslip (yay) bugger is it has gone over a tax year now so I now need to wait for p60 and gooseberry fool to be sorted for HMRC to sort a bloody refund of the over paid tax....
What I like about the tax office is that if they owe you something you'll get it, but no rush. A few years back I got a mysterious payment in my account and once I found where it was from (from the tax office by mistake) and contacted them, they said I had to pay them back immediately and penalties if I didn't, like it was somehow my strawberry floating fault.

Yeah good aint it, they have a button on the webpage that says "see if I am owed a refund" you click it and it says "in the coming months we will review if you require a refund" its like thanks for that, but I know I am owed it you can see my tax code, you can see how much I paid on my account its not rocket science to have a bibbler add some gooseberry fool together the data is all there on may account!

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PostRe: RE: Re: RE: Re: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by Death's Head » Thu Apr 12, 2018 12:04 pm

Errkal wrote:
Death's Head wrote:
Errkal wrote:
&amp;lt;]:^D wrote:
Errkal wrote:Works payroll department!

They didn't apply a tax code to me when I started so have been paying double the tax I should and due to it now cjnaging tax year getting back is become a grey area when it comes to time scale.....

Really can't afford to be out of pocket this month especially when it is due to someone not doing their job properly!


if its completely their fault then kick up a fuss until they sort it - not your fault someone isnt doing their job properly


They have applied the right code as of todays payslip (yay) bugger is it has gone over a tax year now so I now need to wait for p60 and gooseberry fool to be sorted for HMRC to sort a bloody refund of the over paid tax....
What I like about the tax office is that if they owe you something you'll get it, but no rush. A few years back I got a mysterious payment in my account and once I found where it was from (from the tax office by mistake) and contacted them, they said I had to pay them back immediately and penalties if I didn't, like it was somehow my strawberry floating fault.

Yeah good aint it, they have a button on the webpage that says "see if I am owed a refund" you click it and it says "in the coming months we will review if you require a refund" its like thanks for that, but I know I am owed it you can see my tax code, you can see how much I paid on my account its not rocket science to have a bibbler add some gooseberry fool together the data is all there on may account!
Can you not call them directly anymore?

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PostRe: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by <]:^D » Thu Apr 12, 2018 12:09 pm

this strawberry floating gooseberry fool on YouTube desktop. 1 shit-point to YT for implementing it, 1 shit-point to the channels who dont realise they need dead space at the end of their videos to avoid not being able to see the last bit of the video :x this comes up with 20 seconds left on the clip!
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PostRe: RE: Re: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by Squinty » Thu Apr 12, 2018 12:13 pm

Death's Head wrote:
Errkal wrote:
&lt;]:^D wrote:
Errkal wrote:Works payroll department!

They didn't apply a tax code to me when I started so have been paying double the tax I should and due to it now cjnaging tax year getting back is become a grey area when it comes to time scale.....

Really can't afford to be out of pocket this month especially when it is due to someone not doing their job properly!


if its completely their fault then kick up a fuss until they sort it - not your fault someone isnt doing their job properly


They have applied the right code as of todays payslip (yay) bugger is it has gone over a tax year now so I now need to wait for p60 and gooseberry fool to be sorted for HMRC to sort a bloody refund of the over paid tax....
What I like about the tax office is that if they owe you something you'll get it, but no rush. A few years back I got a mysterious payment in my account and once I found where it was from (from the tax office by mistake) and contacted them, they said I had to pay them back immediately and penalties if I didn't, like it was somehow my strawberry floating fault.


They've changed the legislation on benefits so that even if you are paid, and it's a departmental error, you still have to pay that back. It used to written off if it was found to be a mistake.

Sounds like the HMRC have followed suit as well. Or maybe they were the first ones to have that.

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PostRe: RE: Re: RE: Re: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by Errkal » Thu Apr 12, 2018 12:15 pm

Death's Head wrote:
Errkal wrote:
Death's Head wrote:
Errkal wrote:
&amp;lt;]:^D wrote:
Errkal wrote:Works payroll department!

They didn't apply a tax code to me when I started so have been paying double the tax I should and due to it now cjnaging tax year getting back is become a grey area when it comes to time scale.....

Really can't afford to be out of pocket this month especially when it is due to someone not doing their job properly!


if its completely their fault then kick up a fuss until they sort it - not your fault someone isnt doing their job properly


They have applied the right code as of todays payslip (yay) bugger is it has gone over a tax year now so I now need to wait for p60 and gooseberry fool to be sorted for HMRC to sort a bloody refund of the over paid tax....
What I like about the tax office is that if they owe you something you'll get it, but no rush. A few years back I got a mysterious payment in my account and once I found where it was from (from the tax office by mistake) and contacted them, they said I had to pay them back immediately and penalties if I didn't, like it was somehow my strawberry floating fault.

Yeah good aint it, they have a button on the webpage that says "see if I am owed a refund" you click it and it says "in the coming months we will review if you require a refund" its like thanks for that, but I know I am owed it you can see my tax code, you can see how much I paid on my account its not rocket science to have a bibbler add some gooseberry fool together the data is all there on may account!
Can you not call them directly anymore?


Probably, they do have a webchat which just said they once my work send a P60 they will look at working out how much I may get back so it is just a waiting game.

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PostRe: RE: Re: RE: Re: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by Death's Head » Thu Apr 12, 2018 12:15 pm

Squinty wrote:
Death's Head wrote:
Errkal wrote:
&amp;lt;]:^D wrote:
Errkal wrote:Works payroll department!

They didn't apply a tax code to me when I started so have been paying double the tax I should and due to it now cjnaging tax year getting back is become a grey area when it comes to time scale.....

Really can't afford to be out of pocket this month especially when it is due to someone not doing their job properly!


if its completely their fault then kick up a fuss until they sort it - not your fault someone isnt doing their job properly


They have applied the right code as of todays payslip (yay) bugger is it has gone over a tax year now so I now need to wait for p60 and gooseberry fool to be sorted for HMRC to sort a bloody refund of the over paid tax....
What I like about the tax office is that if they owe you something you'll get it, but no rush. A few years back I got a mysterious payment in my account and once I found where it was from (from the tax office by mistake) and contacted them, they said I had to pay them back immediately and penalties if I didn't, like it was somehow my strawberry floating fault.


They've changed the legislation on benefits so that even if you are paid, and it's a departmental error, you still have to pay that back. It used to written off if it was found to be a mistake.

Sounds like the HMRC have followed suit as well.
I didn't have a problem paying them back (it was about 4k after all) but given that I informed them of it, rather than being semi-threatening about it I assumed they would have thanked me for bringing it to their attention. Who knows if they'd have ever found out if I hadn't informed them.

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PostRe: RE: Re: RE: Re: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by Squinty » Thu Apr 12, 2018 12:32 pm

Death's Head wrote:
Squinty wrote:
Death's Head wrote:
Errkal wrote:
&amp;lt;]:^D wrote:
Errkal wrote:Works payroll department!

They didn't apply a tax code to me when I started so have been paying double the tax I should and due to it now cjnaging tax year getting back is become a grey area when it comes to time scale.....

Really can't afford to be out of pocket this month especially when it is due to someone not doing their job properly!


if its completely their fault then kick up a fuss until they sort it - not your fault someone isnt doing their job properly


They have applied the right code as of todays payslip (yay) bugger is it has gone over a tax year now so I now need to wait for p60 and gooseberry fool to be sorted for HMRC to sort a bloody refund of the over paid tax....
What I like about the tax office is that if they owe you something you'll get it, but no rush. A few years back I got a mysterious payment in my account and once I found where it was from (from the tax office by mistake) and contacted them, they said I had to pay them back immediately and penalties if I didn't, like it was somehow my strawberry floating fault.


They've changed the legislation on benefits so that even if you are paid, and it's a departmental error, you still have to pay that back. It used to written off if it was found to be a mistake.

Sounds like the HMRC have followed suit as well.
I didn't have a problem paying them back (it was about 4k after all) but given that I informed them of it, rather than being semi-threatening about it I assumed they would have thanked me for bringing it to their attention. Who knows if they'd have ever found out if I hadn't informed them.


Probably not for another 5 years or so.

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PostRe: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by Ironhide » Fri Apr 13, 2018 5:17 pm

Vermilion wrote:
Tsunade wrote:
Vermilion wrote:
Tsunade wrote:I get weird headaches that cause my eyesight to mess up, but I don't know if they're classed as migraines as the headache seems to go quickly. My eyesight stays messed up for the rest of the day. I don't get them very often either.


Do you see weird lights which start off at a single point then spread around the edges of your vision? If so then that is a Migraine aura, and usually lasts around 20 minutes before clearing, but after that the eyesight can remain a bit fuzzy for the rest of the day even if the headache isn't too severe.

When i get a migraine, i find the aura to be the worst part.

I do, it's like when someone uses flash on a camera and you keep seeing it for a while. It gets bigger and bigger and then i get the pain and the fuzzy vision.


Yep, definitely sounds like a migraine aura to me as that's pretty much what i experience, you might want to get confirmation from a doc though as that's what i did.


I don't get any visual disturbance when I get a a migraine, mine start with a pain behind my eyes and nose which gradually gets worse until I feel extremely nauseous and begin to vomit.

Last one was on New Years Eve which resulted in me going to bed at 10.00pm and missing the whole thing.

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PostRe: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by Vermilion » Fri Apr 13, 2018 6:41 pm

Ironhide wrote:
Vermilion wrote:
Tsunade wrote:
Vermilion wrote:
Tsunade wrote:I get weird headaches that cause my eyesight to mess up, but I don't know if they're classed as migraines as the headache seems to go quickly. My eyesight stays messed up for the rest of the day. I don't get them very often either.


Do you see weird lights which start off at a single point then spread around the edges of your vision? If so then that is a Migraine aura, and usually lasts around 20 minutes before clearing, but after that the eyesight can remain a bit fuzzy for the rest of the day even if the headache isn't too severe.

When i get a migraine, i find the aura to be the worst part.

I do, it's like when someone uses flash on a camera and you keep seeing it for a while. It gets bigger and bigger and then i get the pain and the fuzzy vision.


Yep, definitely sounds like a migraine aura to me as that's pretty much what i experience, you might want to get confirmation from a doc though as that's what i did.


I don't get any visual disturbance when I get a a migraine, mine start with a pain behind my eyes and nose which gradually gets worse until I feel extremely nauseous and begin to vomit.

Last one was on New Years Eve which resulted in me going to bed at 10.00pm and missing the whole thing.


The first time i had one it was with the aura (as it has been every time since) and i had absolutely no idea what it even was which as you can imagine, completely freaked me out.

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PostRe: ANNOY: The new thread by Ad7
by Ad7 » Sun Apr 15, 2018 10:36 am

Ad7 wrote:Paid a shitload from photobox to have our wedding photos made in to an A3 photobook for a main christmas present.

It just turned up.

It's some random family's road trip holiday. :fp:

FML.

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HAPYEST DAY OV ARE LIEVS XXX


Those that remember this from a while back, there was an interesting development with this. They send a replacement straight out and didn't give a gooseberry fool about the above one, so we went to recycle it yesterday, took the wrapping off so it could go in the paper bin and it actually had our photos inside, so it was just the cover printed incorrectly :lol: :fp:

Upshot is there's several nice big a3 prints in there we wanted to get framed, so we can just cut them out of this book now.


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