Ketchup claim costs County Hall £230k

Maldon and Burnham Standard: County Hall compensation pay-outs. County Hall compensation pay-outs.

A SCHOOL worker was paid more than £230,000 in compensation after slipping on a ketchup sachet.

The pay-out is one of 34 costing Essex County Council almost £1.05million in claims settled from 2011 to last year.

A Freedom of Information request published by County Hall revealed it had paid the amount in compensation and legal costs for injuries as far back as October 2005.

The ketchup claim was settled by negotiation on April 18 last year and included around £90,000 in damages for pain, suffering and loss of earnings and legal costs were settled at £120,000.

If the matter had gone to trial and the employee had won he could have been awarded up to £270,0000 in damages plus around £220,000 or more in legal costs.

The discarded sachet had been left in a hallway in an Essex secondary school.

Other claims include £57,950 paid to staff assaulted by pupils, and £488,890 on slips and trips other than the sauce incident.

One worker was paid £57,162 in compensation and costs after a fridge door fell on their head.

An Essex County Council spokesman said: “The council takes its health, safety and wellbeing responsibilities seriously.

“All compensation claims received by Essex County Council are investigated fully and damages paid if the council is liable.”

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5:50pm Tue 4 Mar 14

Kim Gandy says...

Is it April 1st already?
Is it April 1st already? Kim Gandy
  • Score: 35

6:06pm Tue 4 Mar 14

Colonel Kurtz says...

What ever retard who gives away this obscene amount should be sacked
What ever retard who gives away this obscene amount should be sacked Colonel Kurtz
  • Score: 42

6:11pm Tue 4 Mar 14

Dan-Hockley says...

Utterly bloody ridiculous!!!!
Utterly bloody ridiculous!!!! Dan-Hockley
  • Score: 43

7:06pm Tue 4 Mar 14

ThisYear says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
Is it April 1st already?
Halloween?
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: Is it April 1st already?[/p][/quote]Halloween? ThisYear
  • Score: -3

7:17pm Tue 4 Mar 14

Henk52 says...

Show me the ketchup packet and show me the money!
Show me the ketchup packet and show me the money! Henk52
  • Score: 11

7:34pm Tue 4 Mar 14

ShipShape says...

Just be grateful the sachets weren't arranged in a swastika pattern.
Just be grateful the sachets weren't arranged in a swastika pattern. ShipShape
  • Score: 6

7:38pm Tue 4 Mar 14

stevedawson says...

Lets hope the persons involved in these payments along with their lawyer teams can feel satisfied that the population of essex as a whole have done the right thing by them.can the ecc now do the right thing for the population of essex and mend the road network
Lets hope the persons involved in these payments along with their lawyer teams can feel satisfied that the population of essex as a whole have done the right thing by them.can the ecc now do the right thing for the population of essex and mend the road network stevedawson
  • Score: 15

10:32pm Tue 4 Mar 14

pendulum says...

£230,000 for not looking where you're going?

I'd like to give you £230,000 worth of slap to the face for stealing taxpayers money!
£230,000 for not looking where you're going? I'd like to give you £230,000 worth of slap to the face for stealing taxpayers money! pendulum
  • Score: 33

11:03pm Tue 4 Mar 14

GrumpyofLeigh says...

Liability insurance?
Liability insurance? GrumpyofLeigh
  • Score: 12

11:38pm Tue 4 Mar 14

Southchurch75 says...

Compensation culture gone mad. It beggars belief that people would attempt to make such claims for compensation and more so that they are awarded!
Compensation culture gone mad. It beggars belief that people would attempt to make such claims for compensation and more so that they are awarded! Southchurch75
  • Score: 18

11:56pm Tue 4 Mar 14

ThisYear says...

Shes got a sauce.
Shes got a sauce. ThisYear
  • Score: 1

12:57am Wed 5 Mar 14

Nebs says...

The claim may well be fair, but the legal fees look outrageous.
The claim may well be fair, but the legal fees look outrageous. Nebs
  • Score: 2

2:08am Wed 5 Mar 14

Boris says...

You would all have claimed if it had been you.
You would all have claimed if it had been you. Boris
  • Score: -14

6:33am Wed 5 Mar 14

carnmountyouknowitmakessense says...

Im off to get me a couple of packets of Ketchup from McD's later today, then I'm going to Chelmsford...
Im off to get me a couple of packets of Ketchup from McD's later today, then I'm going to Chelmsford... carnmountyouknowitmakessense
  • Score: 4

9:17am Wed 5 Mar 14

totallyfootball says...

Boris wrote:
You would all have claimed if it had been you.
Depends how devious you are Boris, I wonder if he was running in the corridors or just not looking where he was going> Whatever the outcome slipping is dangerous but down to the individual in may cases, I bet he is back at work? The legal fees are vulgar too.
[quote][p][bold]Boris[/bold] wrote: You would all have claimed if it had been you.[/p][/quote]Depends how devious you are Boris, I wonder if he was running in the corridors or just not looking where he was going> Whatever the outcome slipping is dangerous but down to the individual in may cases, I bet he is back at work? The legal fees are vulgar too. totallyfootball
  • Score: 3

9:28am Wed 5 Mar 14

keith_l says...

Settlements of this nature are usually designed to cover the cost of long term medical care, loss of income, possibly home adaptations and mobility aids - it is very unlikely to be a lump sum to the person concerned. The payments will be made by the Council's insurance company who will have negotiated to keep the costs as low as possible whilst being "fair" to the recipient. They most likely considered that any less and they would have also had to pay for a court case to determine the amount. That's how insurance and compensation work.
Settlements of this nature are usually designed to cover the cost of long term medical care, loss of income, possibly home adaptations and mobility aids - it is very unlikely to be a lump sum to the person concerned. The payments will be made by the Council's insurance company who will have negotiated to keep the costs as low as possible whilst being "fair" to the recipient. They most likely considered that any less and they would have also had to pay for a court case to determine the amount. That's how insurance and compensation work. keith_l
  • Score: 3

9:35am Wed 5 Mar 14

totallyfootball says...

keith_l wrote:
Settlements of this nature are usually designed to cover the cost of long term medical care, loss of income, possibly home adaptations and mobility aids - it is very unlikely to be a lump sum to the person concerned. The payments will be made by the Council's insurance company who will have negotiated to keep the costs as low as possible whilst being "fair" to the recipient. They most likely considered that any less and they would have also had to pay for a court case to determine the amount. That's how insurance and compensation work.
Thanks for that Keith, I had factored a couple of those things in but still sounds a vast expense for what was for all intents and purposes someone not looking where they are going, something teachers used to scream a lot in my school days!
[quote][p][bold]keith_l[/bold] wrote: Settlements of this nature are usually designed to cover the cost of long term medical care, loss of income, possibly home adaptations and mobility aids - it is very unlikely to be a lump sum to the person concerned. The payments will be made by the Council's insurance company who will have negotiated to keep the costs as low as possible whilst being "fair" to the recipient. They most likely considered that any less and they would have also had to pay for a court case to determine the amount. That's how insurance and compensation work.[/p][/quote]Thanks for that Keith, I had factored a couple of those things in but still sounds a vast expense for what was for all intents and purposes someone not looking where they are going, something teachers used to scream a lot in my school days! totallyfootball
  • Score: 2

10:11am Wed 5 Mar 14

Catchedicam says...

totallyfootball wrote:
Boris wrote:
You would all have claimed if it had been you.
Depends how devious you are Boris, I wonder if he was running in the corridors or just not looking where he was going> Whatever the outcome slipping is dangerous but down to the individual in may cases, I bet he is back at work? The legal fees are vulgar too.
It would be interesting to find out if the individual had returned to work, as, for this level of compensation, I would have expected the individual to have received life changing injuries and to be incapable of returning to work.
[quote][p][bold]totallyfootball[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boris[/bold] wrote: You would all have claimed if it had been you.[/p][/quote]Depends how devious you are Boris, I wonder if he was running in the corridors or just not looking where he was going> Whatever the outcome slipping is dangerous but down to the individual in may cases, I bet he is back at work? The legal fees are vulgar too.[/p][/quote]It would be interesting to find out if the individual had returned to work, as, for this level of compensation, I would have expected the individual to have received life changing injuries and to be incapable of returning to work. Catchedicam
  • Score: 8

10:18am Wed 5 Mar 14

totallyfootball says...

Catchedicam wrote:
totallyfootball wrote:
Boris wrote:
You would all have claimed if it had been you.
Depends how devious you are Boris, I wonder if he was running in the corridors or just not looking where he was going> Whatever the outcome slipping is dangerous but down to the individual in may cases, I bet he is back at work? The legal fees are vulgar too.
It would be interesting to find out if the individual had returned to work, as, for this level of compensation, I would have expected the individual to have received life changing injuries and to be incapable of returning to work.
Me to, If he has I thought that he would have to hand back a proportion, like footballers who claim retire they then return to the game at a lower level hoping no one notices!
[quote][p][bold]Catchedicam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]totallyfootball[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boris[/bold] wrote: You would all have claimed if it had been you.[/p][/quote]Depends how devious you are Boris, I wonder if he was running in the corridors or just not looking where he was going> Whatever the outcome slipping is dangerous but down to the individual in may cases, I bet he is back at work? The legal fees are vulgar too.[/p][/quote]It would be interesting to find out if the individual had returned to work, as, for this level of compensation, I would have expected the individual to have received life changing injuries and to be incapable of returning to work.[/p][/quote]Me to, If he has I thought that he would have to hand back a proportion, like footballers who claim retire they then return to the game at a lower level hoping no one notices! totallyfootball
  • Score: 4

11:15am Wed 5 Mar 14

Spirit13 says...

ThisYear wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote: Is it April 1st already?
Halloween?
What has Halloween got to do with anything???
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: Is it April 1st already?[/p][/quote]Halloween?[/p][/quote]What has Halloween got to do with anything??? Spirit13
  • Score: -1

11:22am Wed 5 Mar 14

totallyfootball says...

Spirit13 wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote: Is it April 1st already?
Halloween?
What has Halloween got to do with anything???
Both outcomes are scary?
[quote][p][bold]Spirit13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: Is it April 1st already?[/p][/quote]Halloween?[/p][/quote]What has Halloween got to do with anything???[/p][/quote]Both outcomes are scary? totallyfootball
  • Score: -1

11:23am Wed 5 Mar 14

Spirit13 says...

My heart is gladdened by the responses on here that people should not make claims unless it was totally out of their control. I take it that those writing on here would not make such claims? That is not an attack comment just an observation. We live in a blame society and the sooner people take responsibility for their own destiny and actions the better.
My heart is gladdened by the responses on here that people should not make claims unless it was totally out of their control. I take it that those writing on here would not make such claims? That is not an attack comment just an observation. We live in a blame society and the sooner people take responsibility for their own destiny and actions the better. Spirit13
  • Score: 7

11:44am Wed 5 Mar 14

totallyfootball says...

Spirit13 wrote:
My heart is gladdened by the responses on here that people should not make claims unless it was totally out of their control. I take it that those writing on here would not make such claims? That is not an attack comment just an observation. We live in a blame society and the sooner people take responsibility for their own destiny and actions the better.
I wish for the same but with so many vultures masquerading as solicitors I cant see that happening, their fees are vile and vulgar!.
[quote][p][bold]Spirit13[/bold] wrote: My heart is gladdened by the responses on here that people should not make claims unless it was totally out of their control. I take it that those writing on here would not make such claims? That is not an attack comment just an observation. We live in a blame society and the sooner people take responsibility for their own destiny and actions the better.[/p][/quote]I wish for the same but with so many vultures masquerading as solicitors I cant see that happening, their fees are vile and vulgar!. totallyfootball
  • Score: 7

12:18pm Wed 5 Mar 14

keith_l says...

totallyfootball wrote:
Spirit13 wrote:
My heart is gladdened by the responses on here that people should not make claims unless it was totally out of their control. I take it that those writing on here would not make such claims? That is not an attack comment just an observation. We live in a blame society and the sooner people take responsibility for their own destiny and actions the better.
I wish for the same but with so many vultures masquerading as solicitors I cant see that happening, their fees are vile and vulgar!.
Without knowing the full circumstances, we can only speculate on this specific incident. However in response to your more general not, in some cases people are REQUIRED to make a claim.

For example, if as a result of an accident you become disabled, and need your bathroom converting to a wet room, a stair lift fitted and a ramp up to your front door - not inconceiveable. Social Services will make these conversions at a cost of several thousand pounds, and you may have to wait months for it to happen.

However if your employer is liable for the injury then they should recompense Social Services or pay for the adaptations up front. After all why should the public purse (ie. our taxes) pay these costs if somebody else is liable. It doesn't matter if the employer is public or private sector (and all insurance companies are private companies anyway).

Essex County Council paid out about £1 million on 2 to 3 years for all compenastion to injured employees - a pretty small amount considering the size of the workforce.
[quote][p][bold]totallyfootball[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Spirit13[/bold] wrote: My heart is gladdened by the responses on here that people should not make claims unless it was totally out of their control. I take it that those writing on here would not make such claims? That is not an attack comment just an observation. We live in a blame society and the sooner people take responsibility for their own destiny and actions the better.[/p][/quote]I wish for the same but with so many vultures masquerading as solicitors I cant see that happening, their fees are vile and vulgar!.[/p][/quote]Without knowing the full circumstances, we can only speculate on this specific incident. However in response to your more general not, in some cases people are REQUIRED to make a claim. For example, if as a result of an accident you become disabled, and need your bathroom converting to a wet room, a stair lift fitted and a ramp up to your front door - not inconceiveable. Social Services will make these conversions at a cost of several thousand pounds, and you may have to wait months for it to happen. However if your employer is liable for the injury then they should recompense Social Services or pay for the adaptations up front. After all why should the public purse (ie. our taxes) pay these costs if somebody else is liable. It doesn't matter if the employer is public or private sector (and all insurance companies are private companies anyway). Essex County Council paid out about £1 million on 2 to 3 years for all compenastion to injured employees - a pretty small amount considering the size of the workforce. keith_l
  • Score: 3

12:25pm Wed 5 Mar 14

ThisYear says...

Spirit13 wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote: Is it April 1st already?
Halloween?
What has Halloween got to do with anything???
Think!
[quote][p][bold]Spirit13[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: Is it April 1st already?[/p][/quote]Halloween?[/p][/quote]What has Halloween got to do with anything???[/p][/quote]Think! ThisYear
  • Score: -4

1:39pm Wed 5 Mar 14

Scoot says...

Had he been on the sauce or busy trying to ketchup with his mates ?.Bet he got himself into a right pickle when he hit the deck, but was as keen as mustard to get hold of his solicitor. With all that cash he won't need to buy a new car on HP.
Had he been on the sauce or busy trying to ketchup with his mates ?.Bet he got himself into a right pickle when he hit the deck, but was as keen as mustard to get hold of his solicitor. With all that cash he won't need to buy a new car on HP. Scoot
  • Score: 3

3:18pm Wed 5 Mar 14

A Very Private Gentleman says...

stevedawson wrote:
Lets hope the persons involved in these payments along with their lawyer teams can feel satisfied that the population of essex as a whole have done the right thing by them.can the ecc now do the right thing for the population of essex and mend the road network
what is that get to do with this case?
[quote][p][bold]stevedawson[/bold] wrote: Lets hope the persons involved in these payments along with their lawyer teams can feel satisfied that the population of essex as a whole have done the right thing by them.can the ecc now do the right thing for the population of essex and mend the road network[/p][/quote]what is that get to do with this case? A Very Private Gentleman
  • Score: 0

3:27pm Wed 5 Mar 14

A Very Private Gentleman says...

pendulum wrote:
£230,000 for not looking where you're going?

I'd like to give you £230,000 worth of slap to the face for stealing taxpayers money!
No no no you are not allowed to say things like this?

You are not allowed an opinion of the gravity and the nature of which you have treid to explain your discord in a travesty like this because posters such as UndergoundOverground will come along and protect the state and the system they used to be part of?

The fact he you are 1000% correct in your sentiments bears no reflection in the fact that our troops and military personnel get nothing in comparison to this when their limbs are blown off.

I was at the hearing when the civvy pen pusher at whitehall got 1/2 a million for their dodgy finger

THE GRAVY TRAIN RIDES ON

What difference is this to a common a garden £60 a week dole sponger?

I think non because the whole safety net of modern day existence is one big insurance policy based on a collective social benevolent security policy.

Enjoy your 90k it will not be long before you are sipping on your own in some nursing home in your 70's, paid for on the backs of us and those who save. Its typical of public sector employment across the board.

AVPG Jack Edward.
[quote][p][bold]pendulum[/bold] wrote: £230,000 for not looking where you're going? I'd like to give you £230,000 worth of slap to the face for stealing taxpayers money![/p][/quote]No no no you are not allowed to say things like this? You are not allowed an opinion of the gravity and the nature of which you have treid to explain your discord in a travesty like this because posters such as UndergoundOverground will come along and protect the state and the system they used to be part of? The fact he you are 1000% correct in your sentiments bears no reflection in the fact that our troops and military personnel get nothing in comparison to this when their limbs are blown off. I was at the hearing when the civvy pen pusher at whitehall got 1/2 a million for their dodgy finger THE GRAVY TRAIN RIDES ON What difference is this to a common a garden £60 a week dole sponger? I think non because the whole safety net of modern day existence is one big insurance policy based on a collective social benevolent security policy. Enjoy your 90k it will not be long before you are sipping on your own in some nursing home in your 70's, paid for on the backs of us and those who save. Its typical of public sector employment across the board. AVPG Jack Edward. A Very Private Gentleman
  • Score: -2

10:15pm Wed 5 Mar 14

omgwtfbbq says...

legal costs need capping! if a skilled trader charged the same for his time he would get branded as a con man or a rouge
legal costs need capping! if a skilled trader charged the same for his time he would get branded as a con man or a rouge omgwtfbbq
  • Score: 3

11:50am Thu 6 Mar 14

pjhrt says...

What sad, small-minded people most of you are. I don't normally post on here, but I know the person involved and, trust me, none of you would want to swap places with him. You have no idea of the extent of the injuries (broken hip, infection following the surgery, the inability to walk unaided for any length of time etc) caused by the fall. Even if it only covered loss of earnings, £230K is still not a vast sum of money. Besides, the fact he would have received a much reduced portion of this (the rest going on associated costs) is lost on most of you.

What a nasty society we live in when people just want to wade in without knowing facts.
What sad, small-minded people most of you are. I don't normally post on here, but I know the person involved and, trust me, none of you would want to swap places with him. You have no idea of the extent of the injuries (broken hip, infection following the surgery, the inability to walk unaided for any length of time etc) caused by the fall. Even if it only covered loss of earnings, £230K is still not a vast sum of money. Besides, the fact he would have received a much reduced portion of this (the rest going on associated costs) is lost on most of you. What a nasty society we live in when people just want to wade in without knowing facts. pjhrt
  • Score: -1

12:40pm Thu 6 Mar 14

keith_l says...

pjhrt wrote:
What sad, small-minded people most of you are. I don't normally post on here, but I know the person involved and, trust me, none of you would want to swap places with him. You have no idea of the extent of the injuries (broken hip, infection following the surgery, the inability to walk unaided for any length of time etc) caused by the fall. Even if it only covered loss of earnings, £230K is still not a vast sum of money. Besides, the fact he would have received a much reduced portion of this (the rest going on associated costs) is lost on most of you.

What a nasty society we live in when people just want to wade in without knowing facts.
The infection following the surgery is the responsibility of the NHS, not his employer. I hope he has persued a suitable claim against them.

Agree with the rest of your post (see my various contributions above, some of which have received negative ratings).
[quote][p][bold]pjhrt[/bold] wrote: What sad, small-minded people most of you are. I don't normally post on here, but I know the person involved and, trust me, none of you would want to swap places with him. You have no idea of the extent of the injuries (broken hip, infection following the surgery, the inability to walk unaided for any length of time etc) caused by the fall. Even if it only covered loss of earnings, £230K is still not a vast sum of money. Besides, the fact he would have received a much reduced portion of this (the rest going on associated costs) is lost on most of you. What a nasty society we live in when people just want to wade in without knowing facts.[/p][/quote]The infection following the surgery is the responsibility of the NHS, not his employer. I hope he has persued a suitable claim against them. Agree with the rest of your post (see my various contributions above, some of which have received negative ratings). keith_l
  • Score: 3

8:15am Fri 7 Mar 14

Bhudeeka says...

This sounds like a horrid woman who I have the misfortune to work with who is a professional suer! She has sued at least three times - she has according to her successfully sued her train company for slipping on leaves on the platform - she was the only person to do so! I know her so well to know she would have looked for the leaves and slipped on purpose. She is now suing her council - I don't know why. She has recently moved into a new property and is lodging complaints against her neighbours who have been there years because they wont her access to theire property while she has massive building work done. She also lies at work and gets away with it all the time saying she has terrible back pains, always off sick, gets in all sorts of positions on the dance floor at work parties but no one seems to notice! She is the very sort who would have done this. A lying money grabber
This sounds like a horrid woman who I have the misfortune to work with who is a professional suer! She has sued at least three times - she has according to her successfully sued her train company for slipping on leaves on the platform - she was the only person to do so! I know her so well to know she would have looked for the leaves and slipped on purpose. She is now suing her council - I don't know why. She has recently moved into a new property and is lodging complaints against her neighbours who have been there years because they wont her access to theire property while she has massive building work done. She also lies at work and gets away with it all the time saying she has terrible back pains, always off sick, gets in all sorts of positions on the dance floor at work parties but no one seems to notice! She is the very sort who would have done this. A lying money grabber Bhudeeka
  • Score: -2

9:11am Fri 7 Mar 14

pjhrt says...

Bhudeeka wrote:
This sounds like a horrid woman who I have the misfortune to work with who is a professional suer! She has sued at least three times - she has according to her successfully sued her train company for slipping on leaves on the platform - she was the only person to do so! I know her so well to know she would have looked for the leaves and slipped on purpose. She is now suing her council - I don't know why. She has recently moved into a new property and is lodging complaints against her neighbours who have been there years because they wont her access to theire property while she has massive building work done. She also lies at work and gets away with it all the time saying she has terrible back pains, always off sick, gets in all sorts of positions on the dance floor at work parties but no one seems to notice! She is the very sort who would have done this. A lying money grabber
Can you not read? That woman (and they do exist) sounds awful (if your stories are true) but that is NOTHING like the person involved in this case. He lives alone so no other money coming in. He now cannot work full time. He cannot walk unaided for any length of time. How your friend's actions are in any way related to the poor bloke in this case is beyond me.

He'd have been on around £36,000 a year, at a conservative guess. He received £90,000 of the payout, with the rest going on fees etc. That's not even three years salary. Again, lost on all but the insightful and those that care. Still, I guess it's so much easier to be a thoughtless keyboard warrior these days, huh?
[quote][p][bold]Bhudeeka[/bold] wrote: This sounds like a horrid woman who I have the misfortune to work with who is a professional suer! She has sued at least three times - she has according to her successfully sued her train company for slipping on leaves on the platform - she was the only person to do so! I know her so well to know she would have looked for the leaves and slipped on purpose. She is now suing her council - I don't know why. She has recently moved into a new property and is lodging complaints against her neighbours who have been there years because they wont her access to theire property while she has massive building work done. She also lies at work and gets away with it all the time saying she has terrible back pains, always off sick, gets in all sorts of positions on the dance floor at work parties but no one seems to notice! She is the very sort who would have done this. A lying money grabber[/p][/quote]Can you not read? That woman (and they do exist) sounds awful (if your stories are true) but that is NOTHING like the person involved in this case. He lives alone so no other money coming in. He now cannot work full time. He cannot walk unaided for any length of time. How your friend's actions are in any way related to the poor bloke in this case is beyond me. He'd have been on around £36,000 a year, at a conservative guess. He received £90,000 of the payout, with the rest going on fees etc. That's not even three years salary. Again, lost on all but the insightful and those that care. Still, I guess it's so much easier to be a thoughtless keyboard warrior these days, huh? pjhrt
  • Score: 2

12:58pm Fri 7 Mar 14

Bhudeeka says...

pjhrt - I can read considerably better than you yhou moron nowhere in the story does it say what you say - it is probably you making this false claim. Plus, this woman is NOT a friend - can you not read? And I don't go around telling lies unlike most on here - truth hurts tough now go find yourself a ladybird book although evn they are probably to advanced for you
pjhrt - I can read considerably better than you yhou moron nowhere in the story does it say what you say - it is probably you making this false claim. Plus, this woman is NOT a friend - can you not read? And I don't go around telling lies unlike most on here - truth hurts tough now go find yourself a ladybird book although evn they are probably to advanced for you Bhudeeka
  • Score: -4

1:55pm Fri 7 Mar 14

pjhrt says...

Bhudeeka wrote:
pjhrt - I can read considerably better than you yhou moron nowhere in the story does it say what you say - it is probably you making this false claim. Plus, this woman is NOT a friend - can you not read? And I don't go around telling lies unlike most on here - truth hurts tough now go find yourself a ladybird book although evn they are probably to advanced for you
HA HA HA HA! I love it! Being aggressively called a moron by someone that I accused (correctly) of being a thoughtless keyboard warrior!

Ooh, if irony was made of tomato, I'd be dining on rich soup tonight!
[quote][p][bold]Bhudeeka[/bold] wrote: pjhrt - I can read considerably better than you yhou moron nowhere in the story does it say what you say - it is probably you making this false claim. Plus, this woman is NOT a friend - can you not read? And I don't go around telling lies unlike most on here - truth hurts tough now go find yourself a ladybird book although evn they are probably to advanced for you[/p][/quote]HA HA HA HA! I love it! Being aggressively called a moron by someone that I accused (correctly) of being a thoughtless keyboard warrior! Ooh, if irony was made of tomato, I'd be dining on rich soup tonight! pjhrt
  • Score: 2

1:59pm Fri 7 Mar 14

pjhrt says...

But seriously, Bhuddy...I assume it's ok to call you Bhuddy...why the wanton aggression? You're presumably a decent human being away from internet comments pages, and I'm sure you wouldn't talk to anyone like that in a more traditional social setting, so why here?
But seriously, Bhuddy...I assume it's ok to call you Bhuddy...why the wanton aggression? You're presumably a decent human being away from internet comments pages, and I'm sure you wouldn't talk to anyone like that in a more traditional social setting, so why here? pjhrt
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