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    Metal chairs for outside seating. Too cold for winter.

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    Metal chairs outside in the summer when hot enough to fry an egg on them!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oggwyn Trench View Post
    Urinals at the wrong height , to low and you get wet knees from the splashback and the one i used to day far to high , i had to stand on tip - toes to use it and i am well over 6 foot tall , maybe they lend the short arses an old crate to stand on
    I thought those high ones were hand basins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alesonly View Post
    I thought those high ones were hand basins.
    Oh, I assumed they were bidets
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oggwyn Trench View Post
    Urinals at the wrong height , to low and you get wet knees from the splashback and the one i used to day far to high , i had to stand on tip - toes to use it and i am well over 6 foot tall , maybe they lend the short arses an old crate to stand on
    The splashback problem has been solved, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-24820279, all down to the angle of the dangle.

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    Pubs with outside seating but inward opening doors. How do you get outside with 2 beers in your hands. The Wenlock and Essex has it sussed. A revolving door.Nice one.

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    People eating especially noisy eaters like in the spoons the other night I thought the people behind were trying to chisel holes in there plates by the noise it was worse that sitting in the railway yard at work. why can not the spoons give them paper plates or plastic knifes & forks better still both save on washing up.
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    People who cannot hold a knife & fork correctly and use fork as a shovel
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    Quote Originally Posted by Farway View Post
    People who cannot hold a knife & fork correctly and use fork as a shovel
    WE ARE THE BREADMEN - UP THE BEES

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    Default #16 Using the pub to conduct job interviews

    Rex reminded me of this here

    I've observed this carry-on a few times. Usually everyone concerned is sitting with barely touched cups of cold frothy coffee: the grown-ups because if they drink any more of the bloody stuff they'll throw up; the punters because they're so nervous they're on the verge of throwing up anyway. It's all intensely annoying for staff and customers alike. Why one earth such business can't be conducted in *$'s I've no idea.

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