Great Things Posted on Social Media


#3074

Someone posted about their missing cat on a local Brighton FB group im on. So far so normal. The cat was found, in Southampton. No one seems to know how it got there


#3075

Aha thanks, another great film.


#3076

Main problem with Twitter is they keep doing their best to nerf content if you aren’t logged in, breaking videos or crashing the UI on mobile etc. So yeah if you don’t have an account then it can be tough.

That doesn’t mean change the thread though.


#3077

Got in the back of a van would be my guess.

I lived in Jersey for a while and we had a cat that would sometimes stay out for 3-4 days at a time. One time he was missing for about 2 months. We assumed he had been hit by a car and died somewhere. But one morning I wake up and he’s just chilling at the bottom of the stairs.

About 6 months later he was run over just round the corner of the house.


#3078

I was about to like your post until I got to the end :frowning: rip

Yeah I expect he got in a delivery van


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#3081

Excellent. Poor @TheWza for missing it.


#3082

This has happened at work a couple of times in the last few years.

Spoke to someone a while ago who worked at a warehouse where they’d had a truck from Turkey in (shame it wasn’t a van) and they found a cat on the trailer while they were unloading. Great stuff.


#3083

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#3084

On the basis of this, I read it. Utter rubbish. :face_with_symbols_over_mouth:


#3085

Oooh, you’re a hard one to please, aren’tcha?

(I am sorry for wasting your time Wuzzles.)


#3086

Didn’t take that long to read. No harm done.

I’m not angry. Just disappointed. :grinning:


#3087

The whole page, actually.


#3088

This one’s Bloodborne


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#3090

Depends if the parents opted-in tbf


#3091

What is a letter to Father Christmas with your present requests if not an implicit agreement to store your details?


#3092

Implicit doesn’t cut it with gdpr


#3093

Biffo is fucking terrifying eh