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Post  SUMB on Sat Dec 10, 2011 4:18 pm

6'5" tall layabout adolescant.

22 years old going on 12. censored

Attitude to life, the universe and everything confirms bollox have yet to drop banghead So training could still be possible with enough determination and a big enough stick.

I can guarantee that he is absolutely good for nothing what so ever - not even an ornament.

Extremely efficient at emptying contents of fridge and food cupboards and money out of your wallet by leaving doors open and as many lights on as possible. argue

So come on - grab yourself a bargin before Xmas and get the idle sod out of my hair. Not that I have much left to loose Crying or Very sad

Usual terms and conditions for this sort of item apply. readit No refunds or returns woohoo
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Post  TRR Motorsport on Sat Dec 10, 2011 8:54 pm

I'm sure the army would be happy to look after him for a while.

Serving in the armed forces might even make a man of him (or kill him). A kind of 'win - win' situation then Laughing
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Post  ZED on Sun Dec 11, 2011 11:46 am

Sadly Chaz, you've just described the majority of 20 somethings nowadays. Twisted Evil The pussy society that we live in has created a system where kids are handed everything on a plate, so they think it's the norm to just take... They all reap much more than they actually sow. bom

A couple of key things that have changed since we were kids are: Being unable to discipline accordingly in schools & the home. And the receiving of treats, gifts & sweets all year round, instead of just on birthdays & Christmas.
So why would they care nowadays? Everything's free, and there's a total lack of discipline. pirat

Like James says, if he hasn't got any medical conditions, and has been a good boy as far as the boys in blue are concerned, I'd take him into the nearest recruiting centre ASAP. Very Happy

Good luck! Thank gawd, I chose not to breed!
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Post  SUMB on Sun Dec 11, 2011 3:11 pm

Sadly the MOD is a non starter - he was diagnosed with Aspergers when he was about 11 and this condition is part of the Autistic scale - personally I believe it was a mis-diagnosis
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Post  ZED on Mon Dec 12, 2011 9:08 am

Doesn't he get reassessed every year to see how/if he's progressing? My old boss' son James does, but he's a couple of years younger. Having said that, Richard could well be paying privately...

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Post  TRR Motorsport on Mon Dec 12, 2011 1:25 pm

SUMB wrote:Sadly the MOD is a non starter - he was diagnosed with 'Aspergers' when he was about 11 and this condition is part of the Autistic scale - personally I believe it was a mis-diagnosis

Aren't there care in the community schemes that specialise in providing care for young adults with his problems? Can't you fob him off with one of them?

Or send him down to Brighton. He'd fit right in with Brighton's 'Ass Burglers' community
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Post  SUMB on Wed Oct 24, 2012 11:59 am

Come on folks - I posted this ad nearly 12 months ago and still no takers.

I am able to confirm that merchendise has changed slightly over the 2012 period - a little older - no wiser and actually worse. banghead censored

I am now willing to pay for someone to take this problem off my hands and I will deliver - no matter how far.

Sadly it turns out to be illegal to resolve my problem by wrapping in Gaffer tape and leaving it in the nearest skip - that and the fact it isn't fair dumping your rubbish in someone else's skip.

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Post  ZED on Wed Oct 24, 2012 12:38 pm

Where does his Dad live? Drop him off there, saying that you'll collect him later........... quite a few years later! Wink


Try to stay sane!
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Post  SUMB on Wed Oct 24, 2012 1:15 pm

drink drink drink drink drink drink
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Post  SUMB on Wed Oct 24, 2012 1:23 pm

Two words spring to mind -



NATIONAL SERVICE
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Post  ZED on Wed Oct 24, 2012 2:23 pm

How bad is his condition, would he be able to live in a caravan in the garden? It might do him good to have a little bit of independence. Question




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Post  SUMB on Wed Oct 24, 2012 3:45 pm

MESS wrote:How bad is his condition, would he be able to live in a caravan in the garden? It might do him good to have a little bit of independence. Question


And a master fuse in the house with a bloody great big padlock on it.

Unfortunately no room - And I'll be damned if I'm shelling out for him, bad enough knowing that IF he finally does go he has no money for a deposit Evil or Very Mad
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Post  ZED on Wed Oct 24, 2012 4:25 pm

I meant his Mum could look into buying him one, but that's a definite no go if there's no room. No

Not sure what else to suggest, because (you won't be surprised to hear this) I've always avoided relationships where I'd become a step-parent like the plague! Twisted Evil



Hoping it gets better for you's real soon, try to keep smiling!
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Post  TRR Motorsport on Wed Oct 24, 2012 8:14 pm

Good idea, Isn't about time his father had some responsability and took him under his wing (read roof)? Show him the ropes so to speak?

Personally i don't think he's been hit hard enough with a nice straight piece of Blackthorn yet.

Blackthorn can be used to 'train' most animals so it should work on Lurch. Wink
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Post  ZED on Thu Oct 25, 2012 4:19 pm

Can't you marry him off? Foreigners pay good money... Wink

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Post  TRR Motorsport on Thu Oct 25, 2012 6:24 pm

Yes, put him in a burka and send him east. Laughing

Fundamentally its a good plan but it may blow up at any moment.
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Post  ZED on Thu Oct 25, 2012 6:51 pm

Laughing That made me laugh out loud! rofl
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