30 thoughts on “The Mould Effect

  1. Madam X

    The slowness of response is baffling. Two people meet. they like. The obvious thing to do is exchange numbers or at least FB add. Duh Desperation central .

  2. Brother Barnabas

    *sigh*

    i was only being polite

    being this sexy is an affliction i wouldn’t wish on any of you losers

  3. Kim The Cardassian

    Ah the old classic tale

    Girl meets boy
    Girl hasn’t contact details
    Girl chases out boy so romantically through public advertising
    Girl find boy, they fall in love
    Girl realises fantasy is greater than reality
    Girl breaks boy’s heart
    Boy is broken
    Girl blames boy
    Girl moves on

    Love is a fantasy and everyone is full of sh1te

  4. Smith

    Maybe it was just a lovely chat.
    I had a lovely chat with an older lady in the library. She even stroked my hair.
    I didn’t pin a made up email address to a tree.

      1. GiggidyGoo

        Some here are anyway – i remember a certain poster who won some tickets a few months ago and Bodger had to post here to inform him that his email address didn’t exist. Same poster gave the tickets to another poster, rather than give a proper email address.
        (you know who you are :-) )

  5. Murtles

    Intense conversation if you tell someone you have a mouldy room during what has to be a short enough meeting.

    1. Paulus

      …a case of, why did none of us think of that?

      There were closure orders (on food outlets) in the news recently and I think mould featured in some.
      Perhaps Health Officer meets patient guy on luas and regales him with infectious (sorry) work-stories?

      1. Rob_G

        I actually know an environmental health officer that met their partner by striking up a conversation with them on public transport – there you go, now.

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