Friday, 18 June 2010

Oh, I quite agree!*

* With the bus driver, that is.

A pregnant mother says she was forced to get off a bus because the driver was disturbed by her toddler's behaviour.

I expect the other passengers were disturbed by it too. And I'm not wanting to draw stereotypes on the names, but...

Sharon Tracey, 35, said she was told by the driver to keep her two-year-old son Brandon quiet on the number 62 bus in Plymouth, Devon.

And as if by magic, *Ping!* - the chav mum arrived.

She got on the bus with Brandon who was in his pushchair.

She said: "He had been in town, he was fed up and hot and was screaming to get out.

The other passengers must have loved you.

"I was doing my best to keep him quiet.

"The driver turned round and said if I did not shut him up we would be thrown off.

"I tried in vain to keep him quiet as I felt a bit embarrassed."

Don't tell me, you threatened him with a smack. Always seems to work for every other chav mother with a screaming kid, doesn't it? No?

This is why I avoid public transport. You have to share it with the public and their screaming fuck-trophies.


Dazed And Confused said...


But I'd like to comment on body language, in regards to Bristol East M.P. Morticia Adams, as I feel that she gives an awful lot away of what she thinks of her constituents, in the above video link, with her constant shoulder shrugging, in key moments whilst revealing her drivel.

For Instance:

"Ive been the Labour member of parliament for Bristol East since 2005" - Shrugs shoulders.

"Obviously the big issue facing my constituents at the moment" - Shrugs shoulders.

"Make life as comfortable as possible for people who we know have been through some very difficult times" - Shrugs shoulders.

"Crime and anti social behaviour" - Shrugs shoulders,

"And just erm I'm there to listen to individual people with erm - Shrugs shoulders.

Corrugated Soundbite said...

Fuck me D&C (that's not a request ;-)), for someone who eats no meat, she ain't 'alf carrying some.