Southampton grandfather sick of state of council house

Daily Echo: Ivan Vanderstichele is angry about the state of his council house, including his mouldy kitchen Ivan Vanderstichele is angry about the state of his council house, including his mouldy kitchen

“WE can’t live in these disgusting conditions any longer.”

Those are the words of a Southampton grandfather who is sick and tired of mould in his four-bedroom home.

Ivan Vanderstichele says that since he moved into the semi-detached house in Millbrook, Southampton City Council has been doing a variety of repairs to try and end his mould misery – but none of them have worked.

He has now called on housing bosses to rehouse him and his family permanently – or move them out so they can do a “proper” job.

The unemployed 52-year-old lives in Copeland Road with his wife Leeann, 39, and four daughters, Stephanie, 16, Carolanne, 16, Paige, 20, and Monique, 21.

He says the mould has become so bad that it is making the walls black, his toilet is sinking into the floor and woodworm keeps coming back.

He said that he and his family have taken steps to try to beat the mould, like keeping all the windows open, but the mould always comes back with a vengeance.

Ivan is also worried as his daughter Carolanne is eight months pregnant, and he does not want his grandchild to grow up with breathing problems.

Mr Vanderstichele, said: “I have lost count of how many people have come in to do rep-airs to deal with the problems.

“It is just terrible. You really feel the dampness, as you go into the house. At times I can hardly breathe, the mould is just everywhere.

“It is unliveable for a family here, the problems have been going on for 14 years and they just won’t go away “To be fair the council have tried to rectify it, but nothing seems to have worked.”

A spokesman from South-ampton City Council said: “Repair work has been agreed with Mr Vanderstichele with the last of the agreed repairs due to be completed by April 10.

“We have also provided advice on how he can prevent damp and mould in his home.

“We shall follow this up with a further call to check Mr Vanderstichele is happy with the outcome of the repairs.”

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11:21am Thu 17 Apr 14

IronLady2010 says...

Carolanne, 16 is 8 months pregnant.

GREAT
Carolanne, 16 is 8 months pregnant. GREAT IronLady2010
  • Score: 93

11:36am Thu 17 Apr 14

menotyou says...

what is a family with 4 girls doing in a 4 bed council house in the first place? shouldnt the older 2 have moved out by now at least?
what is a family with 4 girls doing in a 4 bed council house in the first place? shouldnt the older 2 have moved out by now at least? menotyou
  • Score: 52

11:47am Thu 17 Apr 14

ToastyTea says...

Gota love these stories.
Paige, 20, and Monique, 21. - lovely names.
Gota love these stories. Paige, 20, and Monique, 21. - lovely names. ToastyTea
  • Score: 31

12:06pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Roger Khan says...

Some advice, whe making numerous Super Noodles in one hit open the window let the steam out that will help. Also when drying the ben sherman do the same. Or tell the Echo that will also help.
Some advice, whe making numerous Super Noodles in one hit open the window let the steam out that will help. Also when drying the ben sherman do the same. Or tell the Echo that will also help. Roger Khan
  • Score: 47

12:10pm Thu 17 Apr 14

shirley-bill says...

Move them to a two bed flat ,And let someone who needs a 4 bed house have it.
Move them to a two bed flat ,And let someone who needs a 4 bed house have it. shirley-bill
  • Score: 50

12:24pm Thu 17 Apr 14

draward says...

Un-employed.... what do you do with your day???? Must be hard not doing anything! Suggestion.... do some **** cleaning and be grateful for a roof over your lazy ar***!!!
Un-employed.... what do you do with your day???? Must be hard not doing anything! Suggestion.... do some **** cleaning and be grateful for a roof over your lazy ar***!!! draward
  • Score: 106

1:00pm Thu 17 Apr 14

sotonboy84 says...

What a sh*t hole.

That's not the council's fault, it's the filthy tramps that live in it. There is no excuse whatsoever for living in such a dump.

If you're not happy - www.rightmove.co.uk
What a sh*t hole. That's not the council's fault, it's the filthy tramps that live in it. There is no excuse whatsoever for living in such a dump. If you're not happy - www.rightmove.co.uk sotonboy84
  • Score: 54

1:01pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Quentin Heslop says...

The Echo keeps publishing these stories and it does no favours to anyone involved.

It is condensation and the tenant needs to take some action to help his situation. I have no doubt the council or HA will have given all the proper advice - this is a common issue caused by lifestyle - and maybe The Echo would be better doing some informative article on how to deal with condensation to help this chap and others in his situation.
The Echo keeps publishing these stories and it does no favours to anyone involved. It is condensation and the tenant needs to take some action to help his situation. I have no doubt the council or HA will have given all the proper advice - this is a common issue caused by lifestyle - and maybe The Echo would be better doing some informative article on how to deal with condensation to help this chap and others in his situation. Quentin Heslop
  • Score: 33

1:07pm Thu 17 Apr 14

sotonboy84 says...

Quentin Heslop wrote:
The Echo keeps publishing these stories and it does no favours to anyone involved.

It is condensation and the tenant needs to take some action to help his situation. I have no doubt the council or HA will have given all the proper advice - this is a common issue caused by lifestyle - and maybe The Echo would be better doing some informative article on how to deal with condensation to help this chap and others in his situation.
Or could it be some of these people are causing these problems in a bid to be re-housed?
[quote][p][bold]Quentin Heslop[/bold] wrote: The Echo keeps publishing these stories and it does no favours to anyone involved. It is condensation and the tenant needs to take some action to help his situation. I have no doubt the council or HA will have given all the proper advice - this is a common issue caused by lifestyle - and maybe The Echo would be better doing some informative article on how to deal with condensation to help this chap and others in his situation.[/p][/quote]Or could it be some of these people are causing these problems in a bid to be re-housed? sotonboy84
  • Score: 36

1:07pm Thu 17 Apr 14

draward says...

Oh and btw - my top tip for the day... before you run off to the DE for sympathy you really should make your facebook private! Especially if you are moaning you are bored!!! Total IDIOT!!!!
Anyway back to work for me so I can pay my taxes....
Oh and btw - my top tip for the day... before you run off to the DE for sympathy you really should make your facebook private! Especially if you are moaning you are bored!!! Total IDIOT!!!! Anyway back to work for me so I can pay my taxes.... draward
  • Score: 51

1:22pm Thu 17 Apr 14

NewForestStu says...

The trouble is it is jokers like this that are taking the p*ss. My partner and I rent a two bedroom semi in an ex council house road. The road is lovely with a mix of now privately owned houses and some still remaining Council owned. Of the council owned I would suggest 90% are lived in by respectable working folk who leave in the morning to do a days graft and then come home to eat / sleep etc. The gardens and road are well looked after and overall pleasant.

That said, my neighbour and her latest partner (huhum, sorry, 'carer'!) are typical of the lazy fookers that take the p*ss. The woman has to be in her mid 50's and to my knowledge has never done a single days work in her life yet she can do a bottle of vodka a day and smoke 20 fags...love it.

Months back the council wrote to us to confirm that they were replacing all the roofs on their properties in the area. When I saw the neighbours all they could do was moan 'shouldn't worry about the roofs, the kitchens haven't been done in years and that should take priority!!' To suggest I had to count to ten would be an understatement. They even had the audacity to moan about people coming in from abroad!!!!!!

This country has become a joke, my partner and I, like many many others both work full time and live next door to people in the same type of properties who seem to have plenty of surplus cash for booze etc, yet don't need to work.

My neighbour should have been put in a one bed flat stuck out somewhere remote so that a couple with a family could have the opportunity to live in a 3 bedroom house with a garden.

I thought the tories would start to sort this but nothing....yes they have come up with the bedroom tax but so what, I am still paying for my neighbour and partner to live in a 3 bedroom house when they only need 1 max.

Rant over, blood pressure adjusted accordingly ;-)
The trouble is it is jokers like this that are taking the p*ss. My partner and I rent a two bedroom semi in an ex council house road. The road is lovely with a mix of now privately owned houses and some still remaining Council owned. Of the council owned I would suggest 90% are lived in by respectable working folk who leave in the morning to do a days graft and then come home to eat / sleep etc. The gardens and road are well looked after and overall pleasant. That said, my neighbour and her latest partner (huhum, sorry, 'carer'!) are typical of the lazy fookers that take the p*ss. The woman has to be in her mid 50's and to my knowledge has never done a single days work in her life yet she can do a bottle of vodka a day and smoke 20 fags...love it. Months back the council wrote to us to confirm that they were replacing all the roofs on their properties in the area. When I saw the neighbours all they could do was moan 'shouldn't worry about the roofs, the kitchens haven't been done in years and that should take priority!!' To suggest I had to count to ten would be an understatement. They even had the audacity to moan about people coming in from abroad!!!!!! This country has become a joke, my partner and I, like many many others both work full time and live next door to people in the same type of properties who seem to have plenty of surplus cash for booze etc, yet don't need to work. My neighbour should have been put in a one bed flat stuck out somewhere remote so that a couple with a family could have the opportunity to live in a 3 bedroom house with a garden. I thought the tories would start to sort this but nothing....yes they have come up with the bedroom tax but so what, I am still paying for my neighbour and partner to live in a 3 bedroom house when they only need 1 max. Rant over, blood pressure adjusted accordingly ;-) NewForestStu
  • Score: 84

2:07pm Thu 17 Apr 14

bigfella777 says...

This makes me so angry . I suppose the 16 yr old daughter will want a council home soon as well despite never doing a days work in her life. What a great example you have set Ivan you must be so proud.
Can you really not understand why this makes hard working people so cross? Why do any of us bother to try and be responsible. I expect the mould is coming off your feet.
This makes me so angry . I suppose the 16 yr old daughter will want a council home soon as well despite never doing a days work in her life. What a great example you have set Ivan you must be so proud. Can you really not understand why this makes hard working people so cross? Why do any of us bother to try and be responsible. I expect the mould is coming off your feet. bigfella777
  • Score: 59

2:27pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Old William North says...

Get a job and pay your way in life or shut up and stop moaning.
Get a job and pay your way in life or shut up and stop moaning. Old William North
  • Score: 48

2:27pm Thu 17 Apr 14

IronLady2010 says...

bigfella777 wrote:
This makes me so angry . I suppose the 16 yr old daughter will want a council home soon as well despite never doing a days work in her life. What a great example you have set Ivan you must be so proud.
Can you really not understand why this makes hard working people so cross? Why do any of us bother to try and be responsible. I expect the mould is coming off your feet.
I agree, it does make us angry. Especially when if he were genuinly concerned for his soon to be Grandchild then surely he should be out there looking for a private rent. As he's not working the Housing Benefit will pay for it anyway.

The problem is some people just want to be spoon fed.
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: This makes me so angry . I suppose the 16 yr old daughter will want a council home soon as well despite never doing a days work in her life. What a great example you have set Ivan you must be so proud. Can you really not understand why this makes hard working people so cross? Why do any of us bother to try and be responsible. I expect the mould is coming off your feet.[/p][/quote]I agree, it does make us angry. Especially when if he were genuinly concerned for his soon to be Grandchild then surely he should be out there looking for a private rent. As he's not working the Housing Benefit will pay for it anyway. The problem is some people just want to be spoon fed. IronLady2010
  • Score: 45

2:48pm Thu 17 Apr 14

doris014 says...

people of today seriously sat here commenting on these peoples lives but yet they have no idea that there is an age discrimination when it comes to finding work , and to be honest not all pregnancies are planned either has anyone really thought to read between the lines tut tut shame on you and whats more you got nerves considering that your sat there doing nothing but having to read and comment now that's sad.
people of today seriously sat here commenting on these peoples lives but yet they have no idea that there is an age discrimination when it comes to finding work , and to be honest not all pregnancies are planned either has anyone really thought to read between the lines tut tut shame on you and whats more you got nerves considering that your sat there doing nothing but having to read and comment now that's sad. doris014
  • Score: -71

2:50pm Thu 17 Apr 14

IronLady2010 says...

doris014 wrote:
people of today seriously sat here commenting on these peoples lives but yet they have no idea that there is an age discrimination when it comes to finding work , and to be honest not all pregnancies are planned either has anyone really thought to read between the lines tut tut shame on you and whats more you got nerves considering that your sat there doing nothing but having to read and comment now that's sad.
I did have to giggle at not all pregnancies are planned.

Did the condom have a hole in it?
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: people of today seriously sat here commenting on these peoples lives but yet they have no idea that there is an age discrimination when it comes to finding work , and to be honest not all pregnancies are planned either has anyone really thought to read between the lines tut tut shame on you and whats more you got nerves considering that your sat there doing nothing but having to read and comment now that's sad.[/p][/quote]I did have to giggle at not all pregnancies are planned. Did the condom have a hole in it? IronLady2010
  • Score: 41

2:56pm Thu 17 Apr 14

CivicCentered says...

doris014 wrote:
people of today seriously sat here commenting on these peoples lives but yet they have no idea that there is an age discrimination when it comes to finding work , and to be honest not all pregnancies are planned either has anyone really thought to read between the lines tut tut shame on you and whats more you got nerves considering that your sat there doing nothing but having to read and comment now that's sad.
Hi Carolanne...
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: people of today seriously sat here commenting on these peoples lives but yet they have no idea that there is an age discrimination when it comes to finding work , and to be honest not all pregnancies are planned either has anyone really thought to read between the lines tut tut shame on you and whats more you got nerves considering that your sat there doing nothing but having to read and comment now that's sad.[/p][/quote]Hi Carolanne... CivicCentered
  • Score: 26

3:02pm Thu 17 Apr 14

doris014 says...

technically i know these people they tend to keep themselves to themselves, the father of the pregnant girl has COPD yet is still trying to find work but get turned down , and his daughter did not get pregnant on purpose it happened . the truth is the house has rising damp its subsiding and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so stop whining like muscle mary's.
technically i know these people they tend to keep themselves to themselves, the father of the pregnant girl has COPD yet is still trying to find work but get turned down , and his daughter did not get pregnant on purpose it happened . the truth is the house has rising damp its subsiding and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so stop whining like muscle mary's. doris014
  • Score: -44

3:08pm Thu 17 Apr 14

IronLady2010 says...

doris014 wrote:
technically i know these people they tend to keep themselves to themselves, the father of the pregnant girl has COPD yet is still trying to find work but get turned down , and his daughter did not get pregnant on purpose it happened . the truth is the house has rising damp its subsiding and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so stop whining like muscle mary's.
Haha you are on a wind up!
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: technically i know these people they tend to keep themselves to themselves, the father of the pregnant girl has COPD yet is still trying to find work but get turned down , and his daughter did not get pregnant on purpose it happened . the truth is the house has rising damp its subsiding and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so stop whining like muscle mary's.[/p][/quote]Haha you are on a wind up! IronLady2010
  • Score: 14

3:09pm Thu 17 Apr 14

doris014 says...

and whats more even though you complain about your taxes for the child you would complain if its your taxes to abort too wouldn't you, so let it go
and whats more even though you complain about your taxes for the child you would complain if its your taxes to abort too wouldn't you, so let it go doris014
  • Score: -37

3:09pm Thu 17 Apr 14

sotonboy84 says...

doris014 wrote:
people of today seriously sat here commenting on these peoples lives but yet they have no idea that there is an age discrimination when it comes to finding work , and to be honest not all pregnancies are planned either has anyone really thought to read between the lines tut tut shame on you and whats more you got nerves considering that your sat there doing nothing but having to read and comment now that's sad.
Got a nerve for reading the news. Get a life Doris.
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: people of today seriously sat here commenting on these peoples lives but yet they have no idea that there is an age discrimination when it comes to finding work , and to be honest not all pregnancies are planned either has anyone really thought to read between the lines tut tut shame on you and whats more you got nerves considering that your sat there doing nothing but having to read and comment now that's sad.[/p][/quote]Got a nerve for reading the news. Get a life Doris. sotonboy84
  • Score: 18

3:15pm Thu 17 Apr 14

sotonboy84 says...

doris014 wrote:
technically i know these people they tend to keep themselves to themselves, the father of the pregnant girl has COPD yet is still trying to find work but get turned down , and his daughter did not get pregnant on purpose it happened . the truth is the house has rising damp its subsiding and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so stop whining like muscle mary's.
So the father has COPD... I too looked on his Facebook account and apparently he gave up smoking in January, not sure if he stuck to it.

And the main cause of COPD is... yes, SMOKING!

Supposed to pity him because he caused his own health condition and only recently gave up?

Direct your pity elsewhere Doris.
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: technically i know these people they tend to keep themselves to themselves, the father of the pregnant girl has COPD yet is still trying to find work but get turned down , and his daughter did not get pregnant on purpose it happened . the truth is the house has rising damp its subsiding and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so stop whining like muscle mary's.[/p][/quote]So the father has COPD... I too looked on his Facebook account and apparently he gave up smoking in January, not sure if he stuck to it. And the main cause of COPD is... yes, SMOKING! Supposed to pity him because he caused his own health condition and only recently gave up? Direct your pity elsewhere Doris. sotonboy84
  • Score: 19

3:17pm Thu 17 Apr 14

doris014 says...

ha ha ha me get a life your the ones complaining without knowing full story .. pfft
ha ha ha me get a life your the ones complaining without knowing full story .. pfft doris014
  • Score: -14

3:17pm Thu 17 Apr 14

sotonboy84 says...

doris014 wrote:
and whats more even though you complain about your taxes for the child you would complain if its your taxes to abort too wouldn't you, so let it go
Or how about rewinding a little before abortions and pregnancies. How about education and a functional upbringing so she didn't get pregnant to begin with. 16 and pregnant - speaks volumes.
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: and whats more even though you complain about your taxes for the child you would complain if its your taxes to abort too wouldn't you, so let it go[/p][/quote]Or how about rewinding a little before abortions and pregnancies. How about education and a functional upbringing so she didn't get pregnant to begin with. 16 and pregnant - speaks volumes. sotonboy84
  • Score: 35

3:18pm Thu 17 Apr 14

sotonman2012 says...

First of all DE that picture has been edited to make it look worse, the people who are living in this house aren't entitled to it, so the council should not be doing the repairs, maybe Ivan should go get a job & pay a private contracter to come and do the work, all mould can be treated, also it helps if you use proper paint such as bathroom paint, kitchen paint etc instead of cheap B & Q paint ( other brands are avalible )
First of all DE that picture has been edited to make it look worse, the people who are living in this house aren't entitled to it, so the council should not be doing the repairs, maybe Ivan should go get a job & pay a private contracter to come and do the work, all mould can be treated, also it helps if you use proper paint such as bathroom paint, kitchen paint etc instead of cheap B & Q paint ( other brands are avalible ) sotonman2012
  • Score: 19

3:18pm Thu 17 Apr 14

CivicCentered says...

doris014 wrote:
ha ha ha me get a life your the ones complaining without knowing full story .. pfft
come on then doris, lets here this heartbreaking tale...

Something tells me I won't be sheading a tear.
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: ha ha ha me get a life your the ones complaining without knowing full story .. pfft[/p][/quote]come on then doris, lets here this heartbreaking tale... Something tells me I won't be sheading a tear. CivicCentered
  • Score: 11

3:25pm Thu 17 Apr 14

doris014 says...

i think its wrong that people condemn others because they think their lives are so perfect all they are asking for at the end of the day is help with a nightmare they have suffered for 14 years, and your worried about their lives instead of seeing the proper story line of it all.
i think its wrong that people condemn others because they think their lives are so perfect all they are asking for at the end of the day is help with a nightmare they have suffered for 14 years, and your worried about their lives instead of seeing the proper story line of it all. doris014
  • Score: -14

3:25pm Thu 17 Apr 14

IronLady2010 says...

Just something of interest, the story suggests that Ivan is a Grandfather, so does that mean that one of his girls already has a child? It doesn't state grandfather to be.

If so wouldn't this house be a little over crowded? No wonder it's damp with all the showers, washing, cooking etc for this amount of adults.
Just something of interest, the story suggests that Ivan is a Grandfather, so does that mean that one of his girls already has a child? It doesn't state grandfather to be. If so wouldn't this house be a little over crowded? No wonder it's damp with all the showers, washing, cooking etc for this amount of adults. IronLady2010
  • Score: 17

3:28pm Thu 17 Apr 14

draward says...

doris014 wrote:
technically i know these people they tend to keep themselves to themselves, the father of the pregnant girl has COPD yet is still trying to find work but get turned down , and his daughter did not get pregnant on purpose it happened . the truth is the house has rising damp its subsiding and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so stop whining like muscle mary's.
Dorris - did he accidently trip and stick it in????? Please you are killing me here! I will be laughing all weekend :-) Thanks Love!
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: technically i know these people they tend to keep themselves to themselves, the father of the pregnant girl has COPD yet is still trying to find work but get turned down , and his daughter did not get pregnant on purpose it happened . the truth is the house has rising damp its subsiding and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so stop whining like muscle mary's.[/p][/quote]Dorris - did he accidently trip and stick it in????? Please you are killing me here! I will be laughing all weekend :-) Thanks Love! draward
  • Score: 21

3:29pm Thu 17 Apr 14

IronLady2010 says...

doris014 wrote:
i think its wrong that people condemn others because they think their lives are so perfect all they are asking for at the end of the day is help with a nightmare they have suffered for 14 years, and your worried about their lives instead of seeing the proper story line of it all.
Doris, I've been up since 4:30am working and am now finished for a nice long weekend.

Now, you are suggesting they have suffered for 14 years through their own choice. There are two parents who could work and 2 elder daughters who can work. Surely that would mean they could rent a lovely home somewhere else.

The Council can only help so much, but for those who aren't prepared to listen, you can't blame the Council.
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: i think its wrong that people condemn others because they think their lives are so perfect all they are asking for at the end of the day is help with a nightmare they have suffered for 14 years, and your worried about their lives instead of seeing the proper story line of it all.[/p][/quote]Doris, I've been up since 4:30am working and am now finished for a nice long weekend. Now, you are suggesting they have suffered for 14 years through their own choice. There are two parents who could work and 2 elder daughters who can work. Surely that would mean they could rent a lovely home somewhere else. The Council can only help so much, but for those who aren't prepared to listen, you can't blame the Council. IronLady2010
  • Score: 37

3:30pm Thu 17 Apr 14

CivicCentered says...

doris014 wrote:
i think its wrong that people condemn others because they think their lives are so perfect all they are asking for at the end of the day is help with a nightmare they have suffered for 14 years, and your worried about their lives instead of seeing the proper story line of it all.
I suppose it depends how you read the story.

You seem to want the headline 'Mans property is in disrepair and he requires help'

I read it as 'Mans house has been in disrepair for 14 years and he has done nothing to help himself or his family...'
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: i think its wrong that people condemn others because they think their lives are so perfect all they are asking for at the end of the day is help with a nightmare they have suffered for 14 years, and your worried about their lives instead of seeing the proper story line of it all.[/p][/quote]I suppose it depends how you read the story. You seem to want the headline 'Mans property is in disrepair and he requires help' I read it as 'Mans house has been in disrepair for 14 years and he has done nothing to help himself or his family...' CivicCentered
  • Score: 23

3:31pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Georgethepie says...

Poor old Ivan my heart bleeds for you and your growing family.
As such I think we should all work a few hours extra this week. thus paying a little extra into the system to help you out.

Failing that maybe you could set up a go fund me account and we could donate that way.

Or and this is a little wild and crazy. You could get a job are rent privately and stop crying like a little girl to the paper. Problem solved.
Poor old Ivan my heart bleeds for you and your growing family. As such I think we should all work a few hours extra this week. thus paying a little extra into the system to help you out. Failing that maybe you could set up a go fund me account and we could donate that way. Or and this is a little wild and crazy. You could get a job are rent privately and stop crying like a little girl to the paper. Problem solved. Georgethepie
  • Score: 32

3:33pm Thu 17 Apr 14

sotonboy84 says...

doris014 wrote:
i think its wrong that people condemn others because they think their lives are so perfect all they are asking for at the end of the day is help with a nightmare they have suffered for 14 years, and your worried about their lives instead of seeing the proper story line of it all.
The proper storyline is that an entire family's existence is funded by taxpayers, cause their own health problems (and presumably the reason for being unemployed), can't even find the time to do the washing up yet complaining about the condition of the house.

If he's not happy go to www.rightmove.co.uk then make the house available to a deserving family that'll appreciate it.
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: i think its wrong that people condemn others because they think their lives are so perfect all they are asking for at the end of the day is help with a nightmare they have suffered for 14 years, and your worried about their lives instead of seeing the proper story line of it all.[/p][/quote]The proper storyline is that an entire family's existence is funded by taxpayers, cause their own health problems (and presumably the reason for being unemployed), can't even find the time to do the washing up yet complaining about the condition of the house. If he's not happy go to www.rightmove.co.uk then make the house available to a deserving family that'll appreciate it. sotonboy84
  • Score: 22

3:39pm Thu 17 Apr 14

doris014 says...

if anyone is willing to help him get a job would be highly appreciated seeing as that is all you can go on about he too paid taxes and probably for parts of your families or friends too but i bet you don't complain about doing it for them would you ? or have an opinion he has tried and to no avail.
if anyone is willing to help him get a job would be highly appreciated seeing as that is all you can go on about he too paid taxes and probably for parts of your families or friends too but i bet you don't complain about doing it for them would you ? or have an opinion he has tried and to no avail. doris014
  • Score: -18

3:43pm Thu 17 Apr 14

IronLady2010 says...

doris014 wrote:
if anyone is willing to help him get a job would be highly appreciated seeing as that is all you can go on about he too paid taxes and probably for parts of your families or friends too but i bet you don't complain about doing it for them would you ? or have an opinion he has tried and to no avail.
Doris, as you know the family.... Do any of them in the household have a job. Remember there are 6 of them. Out of 6 how many work?
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: if anyone is willing to help him get a job would be highly appreciated seeing as that is all you can go on about he too paid taxes and probably for parts of your families or friends too but i bet you don't complain about doing it for them would you ? or have an opinion he has tried and to no avail.[/p][/quote]Doris, as you know the family.... Do any of them in the household have a job. Remember there are 6 of them. Out of 6 how many work? IronLady2010
  • Score: 20

3:44pm Thu 17 Apr 14

CivicCentered says...

doris014 wrote:
if anyone is willing to help him get a job would be highly appreciated seeing as that is all you can go on about he too paid taxes and probably for parts of your families or friends too but i bet you don't complain about doing it for them would you ? or have an opinion he has tried and to no avail.
I sympathise, honestly I do. I mean 6 people of working age not being able to find a job, that is pretty rough.

I feel bad now, what with my wife an I having 3 jobs between us as well as bringing up a child.
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: if anyone is willing to help him get a job would be highly appreciated seeing as that is all you can go on about he too paid taxes and probably for parts of your families or friends too but i bet you don't complain about doing it for them would you ? or have an opinion he has tried and to no avail.[/p][/quote]I sympathise, honestly I do. I mean 6 people of working age not being able to find a job, that is pretty rough. I feel bad now, what with my wife an I having 3 jobs between us as well as bringing up a child. CivicCentered
  • Score: 31

3:46pm Thu 17 Apr 14

sotonboy84 says...

doris014 wrote:
if anyone is willing to help him get a job would be highly appreciated seeing as that is all you can go on about he too paid taxes and probably for parts of your families or friends too but i bet you don't complain about doing it for them would you ? or have an opinion he has tried and to no avail.
Presumably he's claiming jobseekrs allowance if he's fit for work and the agreement when claiming is you actively look for work and the job centre will help you too. There are plenty of jobs out there so if he's sat on Facebook complaining he's bored, he should be taking anything he can get to fill his time, fulfill himself and set an example for his family.

And the rest of the family....... They too should do the same.
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: if anyone is willing to help him get a job would be highly appreciated seeing as that is all you can go on about he too paid taxes and probably for parts of your families or friends too but i bet you don't complain about doing it for them would you ? or have an opinion he has tried and to no avail.[/p][/quote]Presumably he's claiming jobseekrs allowance if he's fit for work and the agreement when claiming is you actively look for work and the job centre will help you too. There are plenty of jobs out there so if he's sat on Facebook complaining he's bored, he should be taking anything he can get to fill his time, fulfill himself and set an example for his family. And the rest of the family....... They too should do the same. sotonboy84
  • Score: 19

3:52pm Thu 17 Apr 14

doris014 says...

they are continuously looking for work he refuses to claim disability as there are people claiming that for far less problems so if there is a job without age discrimination good luck
they are continuously looking for work he refuses to claim disability as there are people claiming that for far less problems so if there is a job without age discrimination good luck doris014
  • Score: -17

3:53pm Thu 17 Apr 14

IronLady2010 says...

doris014 wrote:
they are continuously looking for work he refuses to claim disability as there are people claiming that for far less problems so if there is a job without age discrimination good luck
THEY?
Says it all. Not one of them work. Kick them out of that house and give it to some decent family who deserves it.
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: they are continuously looking for work he refuses to claim disability as there are people claiming that for far less problems so if there is a job without age discrimination good luck[/p][/quote]THEY? Says it all. Not one of them work. Kick them out of that house and give it to some decent family who deserves it. IronLady2010
  • Score: 25

3:53pm Thu 17 Apr 14

sotonboy84 says...

doris014 wrote:
they are continuously looking for work he refuses to claim disability as there are people claiming that for far less problems so if there is a job without age discrimination good luck
Six adults cannot get at least one job between them? I find that hard to believe but anything's possible. Good luck to them if they want to work.
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: they are continuously looking for work he refuses to claim disability as there are people claiming that for far less problems so if there is a job without age discrimination good luck[/p][/quote]Six adults cannot get at least one job between them? I find that hard to believe but anything's possible. Good luck to them if they want to work. sotonboy84
  • Score: 13

3:54pm Thu 17 Apr 14

bigfella777 says...

doris014 wrote:
and whats more even though you complain about your taxes for the child you would complain if its your taxes to abort too wouldn't you, so let it go
Somehow I think basic maths will tell you 16 years on benefits will cost a bit more than an abortion ands before she gets drunk again and someone else knocks her up.
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: and whats more even though you complain about your taxes for the child you would complain if its your taxes to abort too wouldn't you, so let it go[/p][/quote]Somehow I think basic maths will tell you 16 years on benefits will cost a bit more than an abortion ands before she gets drunk again and someone else knocks her up. bigfella777
  • Score: 18

3:55pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Georgethepie says...

CivicCentered wrote:
doris014 wrote:
if anyone is willing to help him get a job would be highly appreciated seeing as that is all you can go on about he too paid taxes and probably for parts of your families or friends too but i bet you don't complain about doing it for them would you ? or have an opinion he has tried and to no avail.
I sympathise, honestly I do. I mean 6 people of working age not being able to find a job, that is pretty rough.

I feel bad now, what with my wife an I having 3 jobs between us as well as bringing up a child.
Your problem is greed.

All those jobs and Ivan only needs 1.

Problem is the cost, Ivan also needs an operation to see if he has any work in him. Probably best we all do more so he and his family dont have too.
[quote][p][bold]CivicCentered[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: if anyone is willing to help him get a job would be highly appreciated seeing as that is all you can go on about he too paid taxes and probably for parts of your families or friends too but i bet you don't complain about doing it for them would you ? or have an opinion he has tried and to no avail.[/p][/quote]I sympathise, honestly I do. I mean 6 people of working age not being able to find a job, that is pretty rough. I feel bad now, what with my wife an I having 3 jobs between us as well as bringing up a child.[/p][/quote]Your problem is greed. All those jobs and Ivan only needs 1. Problem is the cost, Ivan also needs an operation to see if he has any work in him. Probably best we all do more so he and his family dont have too. Georgethepie
  • Score: 8

3:56pm Thu 17 Apr 14

IronLady2010 says...

I really need to go for a walk, I am fuming that entire household doesn't have a job between them whilst I work my t1ts off.

Back later
I really need to go for a walk, I am fuming that entire household doesn't have a job between them whilst I work my t1ts off. Back later IronLady2010
  • Score: 24

3:57pm Thu 17 Apr 14

CivicCentered says...

doris014 wrote:
they are continuously looking for work he refuses to claim disability as there are people claiming that for far less problems so if there is a job without age discrimination good luck
A huge problem in this country... Thats why you never see anyone over the age of 50 working these days!
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: they are continuously looking for work he refuses to claim disability as there are people claiming that for far less problems so if there is a job without age discrimination good luck[/p][/quote]A huge problem in this country... Thats why you never see anyone over the age of 50 working these days! CivicCentered
  • Score: 15

3:57pm Thu 17 Apr 14

doris014 says...

they pay their rent just as much as you do so why kick them out and to be honest 2 of the daughters have health issues not due to their fault i suppose your going to complain about one of them having a disability quick moan she got to use some of your taxes blah blah
they pay their rent just as much as you do so why kick them out and to be honest 2 of the daughters have health issues not due to their fault i suppose your going to complain about one of them having a disability quick moan she got to use some of your taxes blah blah doris014
  • Score: -29

4:01pm Thu 17 Apr 14

CivicCentered says...

doris014 wrote:
they pay their rent just as much as you do so why kick them out and to be honest 2 of the daughters have health issues not due to their fault i suppose your going to complain about one of them having a disability quick moan she got to use some of your taxes blah blah
Look doris, i'm sure the majority of people would begrudge any one who really can't work the benifits this country provides them... But surely you can see that it is hard to understand why 6 people who have been living in such a state for 14 years who seemingly haven't helped themselves are going to get on peoples (people who work hard throughout the week) wicks..?
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: they pay their rent just as much as you do so why kick them out and to be honest 2 of the daughters have health issues not due to their fault i suppose your going to complain about one of them having a disability quick moan she got to use some of your taxes blah blah[/p][/quote]Look doris, i'm sure the majority of people would begrudge any one who really can't work the benifits this country provides them... But surely you can see that it is hard to understand why 6 people who have been living in such a state for 14 years who seemingly haven't helped themselves are going to get on peoples (people who work hard throughout the week) wicks..? CivicCentered
  • Score: 18

4:02pm Thu 17 Apr 14

sotonboy84 says...

doris014 wrote:
they pay their rent just as much as you do so why kick them out and to be honest 2 of the daughters have health issues not due to their fault i suppose your going to complain about one of them having a disability quick moan she got to use some of your taxes blah blah
And who funds the rent? Yes - taxpayers. They're not paying anything.

Wondered if the children were disabled too. Do they decline DLA too like their father?
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: they pay their rent just as much as you do so why kick them out and to be honest 2 of the daughters have health issues not due to their fault i suppose your going to complain about one of them having a disability quick moan she got to use some of your taxes blah blah[/p][/quote]And who funds the rent? Yes - taxpayers. They're not paying anything. Wondered if the children were disabled too. Do they decline DLA too like their father? sotonboy84
  • Score: 23

4:05pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Georgethepie says...

doris014 wrote:
they pay their rent just as much as you do so why kick them out and to be honest 2 of the daughters have health issues not due to their fault i suppose your going to complain about one of them having a disability quick moan she got to use some of your taxes blah blah
Hit a nerve have we Doris.
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: they pay their rent just as much as you do so why kick them out and to be honest 2 of the daughters have health issues not due to their fault i suppose your going to complain about one of them having a disability quick moan she got to use some of your taxes blah blah[/p][/quote]Hit a nerve have we Doris. Georgethepie
  • Score: 11

4:09pm Thu 17 Apr 14

bigfella777 says...

doris014 wrote:
they pay their rent just as much as you do so why kick them out and to be honest 2 of the daughters have health issues not due to their fault i suppose your going to complain about one of them having a disability quick moan she got to use some of your taxes blah blah
My colleague is sat in his desk in a wheelchair paralysed on one side of his body after a stroke at 44 years old but st. ill manages to do 20 hours a week. He will not give up
Never mind Ivan can retire in 15 years.
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: they pay their rent just as much as you do so why kick them out and to be honest 2 of the daughters have health issues not due to their fault i suppose your going to complain about one of them having a disability quick moan she got to use some of your taxes blah blah[/p][/quote]My colleague is sat in his desk in a wheelchair paralysed on one side of his body after a stroke at 44 years old but st. ill manages to do 20 hours a week. He will not give up Never mind Ivan can retire in 15 years. bigfella777
  • Score: 28

4:10pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Georgethepie says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
I really need to go for a walk, I am fuming that entire household doesn't have a job between them whilst I work my t1ts off.

Back later
That sounds like a fun job you have IronLady Guess it beats stacking shelves I suppose......
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: I really need to go for a walk, I am fuming that entire household doesn't have a job between them whilst I work my t1ts off. Back later[/p][/quote]That sounds like a fun job you have IronLady Guess it beats stacking shelves I suppose...... Georgethepie
  • Score: 10

4:10pm Thu 17 Apr 14

wilson castaway says...

sponge..bottle of bleach..rubber gloves...elbow grease.I lived in a council flat with a mould problem.I redeocorated and bought bleach.I cleaned it away twice a week, when it came back.One patch was due to the people above had a leakey radiator.One patch was tougher to sort and in the end it ruined a wardrobe and a bunch of clothes.Certainly didn't get rehomed due to a bit of mould.You can get 2 bottles of bleach for a pound.
sponge..bottle of bleach..rubber gloves...elbow grease.I lived in a council flat with a mould problem.I redeocorated and bought bleach.I cleaned it away twice a week, when it came back.One patch was due to the people above had a leakey radiator.One patch was tougher to sort and in the end it ruined a wardrobe and a bunch of clothes.Certainly didn't get rehomed due to a bit of mould.You can get 2 bottles of bleach for a pound. wilson castaway
  • Score: 11

4:11pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Roger Khan says...

The family is giving Millbrook a bad name. There are to many of them living in one house, the council should move them to a 5 bedroom house nearby, like maybe rownhams. There are umpteen jobs out there to say they can't find one is insulting.
The family is giving Millbrook a bad name. There are to many of them living in one house, the council should move them to a 5 bedroom house nearby, like maybe rownhams. There are umpteen jobs out there to say they can't find one is insulting. Roger Khan
  • Score: 5

4:11pm Thu 17 Apr 14

sotonboy84 says...

bigfella777 wrote:
doris014 wrote: they pay their rent just as much as you do so why kick them out and to be honest 2 of the daughters have health issues not due to their fault i suppose your going to complain about one of them having a disability quick moan she got to use some of your taxes blah blah
My colleague is sat in his desk in a wheelchair paralysed on one side of his body after a stroke at 44 years old but st. ill manages to do 20 hours a week. He will not give up Never mind Ivan can retire in 15 years.
Isn't he already retired?
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: they pay their rent just as much as you do so why kick them out and to be honest 2 of the daughters have health issues not due to their fault i suppose your going to complain about one of them having a disability quick moan she got to use some of your taxes blah blah[/p][/quote]My colleague is sat in his desk in a wheelchair paralysed on one side of his body after a stroke at 44 years old but st. ill manages to do 20 hours a week. He will not give up Never mind Ivan can retire in 15 years.[/p][/quote]Isn't he already retired? sotonboy84
  • Score: 9

4:12pm Thu 17 Apr 14

doris014 says...

to be honest it don't matter what anyone would like to say about them, they are a family who needs help not from you or your comments just stating. they have done everything the council have told them and to no avail so really not quite sure why the bad mouthing if you don't know full situation said.
to be honest it don't matter what anyone would like to say about them, they are a family who needs help not from you or your comments just stating. they have done everything the council have told them and to no avail so really not quite sure why the bad mouthing if you don't know full situation said. doris014
  • Score: -10

4:13pm Thu 17 Apr 14

sotonboy84 says...

Roger Khan wrote:
The family is giving Millbrook a bad name. There are to many of them living in one house, the council should move them to a 5 bedroom house nearby, like maybe rownhams. There are umpteen jobs out there to say they can't find one is insulting.
Yeah & maybe throw in a family car & a couple of dogs whilst you're at it...
[quote][p][bold]Roger Khan[/bold] wrote: The family is giving Millbrook a bad name. There are to many of them living in one house, the council should move them to a 5 bedroom house nearby, like maybe rownhams. There are umpteen jobs out there to say they can't find one is insulting.[/p][/quote]Yeah & maybe throw in a family car & a couple of dogs whilst you're at it... sotonboy84
  • Score: 13

4:18pm Thu 17 Apr 14

sotonboy84 says...

doris014 wrote:
to be honest it don't matter what anyone would like to say about them, they are a family who needs help not from you or your comments just stating. they have done everything the council have told them and to no avail so really not quite sure why the bad mouthing if you don't know full situation said.
Which parent/daughter are you Doris?
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: to be honest it don't matter what anyone would like to say about them, they are a family who needs help not from you or your comments just stating. they have done everything the council have told them and to no avail so really not quite sure why the bad mouthing if you don't know full situation said.[/p][/quote]Which parent/daughter are you Doris? sotonboy84
  • Score: 17

4:40pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Georgethepie says...

sotonboy84 wrote:
Roger Khan wrote:
The family is giving Millbrook a bad name. There are to many of them living in one house, the council should move them to a 5 bedroom house nearby, like maybe rownhams. There are umpteen jobs out there to say they can't find one is insulting.
Yeah & maybe throw in a family car & a couple of dogs whilst you're at it...
I don't think it's just this family giving Millbrook a bad name in all fairness.
The council shouldn't do anything with them. If they want a better life and a better home they should work for it like everybody else does.

In simple the working classes are sick of carrying those that either don't want to better themselves or think the state should help them better themselves.
[quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Roger Khan[/bold] wrote: The family is giving Millbrook a bad name. There are to many of them living in one house, the council should move them to a 5 bedroom house nearby, like maybe rownhams. There are umpteen jobs out there to say they can't find one is insulting.[/p][/quote]Yeah & maybe throw in a family car & a couple of dogs whilst you're at it...[/p][/quote]I don't think it's just this family giving Millbrook a bad name in all fairness. The council shouldn't do anything with them. If they want a better life and a better home they should work for it like everybody else does. In simple the working classes are sick of carrying those that either don't want to better themselves or think the state should help them better themselves. Georgethepie
  • Score: 12

4:40pm Thu 17 Apr 14

peaches123 says...

Sick and tired of seeing the same old JUDGEMENTAL AND PROBABLY CONTRADICTIVE posts. So what his 16 year old daughter is pregnant, this is the 21st century it's not illegal isit?
Other than that sad people picking on his daughters names .... REALLY?! People also picking on the fact he is on benefits - LETS HOPE YOU never have to claim for a benefit at any point of your life!

The house looks like mouldy it doesn't look suitable for ANYONE to live in, the council have a duty to clear them of it.

But from what I can read majority of you don't really care if his daughter has a newborn baby in a FLITHY mouldy room like that.... I mean she's 16 and he's on bebefits so they don't deserve the council to fulfil they're duty right?!?!?!?!


Horrible world we live in
Sick and tired of seeing the same old JUDGEMENTAL AND PROBABLY CONTRADICTIVE posts. So what his 16 year old daughter is pregnant, this is the 21st century it's not illegal isit? Other than that sad people picking on his daughters names .... REALLY?! People also picking on the fact he is on benefits - LETS HOPE YOU never have to claim for a benefit at any point of your life! The house looks like mouldy it doesn't look suitable for ANYONE to live in, the council have a duty to clear them of it. But from what I can read majority of you don't really care if his daughter has a newborn baby in a FLITHY mouldy room like that.... I mean she's 16 and he's on bebefits so they don't deserve the council to fulfil they're duty right?!?!?!?! Horrible world we live in peaches123
  • Score: -37

4:41pm Thu 17 Apr 14

draward says...

I think the point here is that you can sympathise with people who are ill and can't find work or have mental health issues but there is no excuse for laziness and not putting something back into society. If you can't work then clean your home even just for self respect. Then sweep outside your home, pick up litter, do something. Don't just expect money by laying on your back making more children. If you give something you will receive in return. Not sit there on Facebook moaning.... have some respect for yourself and the tax payers supporting you!
I think the point here is that you can sympathise with people who are ill and can't find work or have mental health issues but there is no excuse for laziness and not putting something back into society. If you can't work then clean your home even just for self respect. Then sweep outside your home, pick up litter, do something. Don't just expect money by laying on your back making more children. If you give something you will receive in return. Not sit there on Facebook moaning.... have some respect for yourself and the tax payers supporting you! draward
  • Score: 17

4:47pm Thu 17 Apr 14

loosehead says...

Kitchen units look like the ones the council are just putting in so why wasn't all these problems spotted before they moved in?
If it's a four bedroomed house then two girls in one room patents in another mother & child in another so they have one room spare so are they getting a full allowance?
maybe turn off the tumble driers or maybe move them to a smaller home & when the baby is born make the parents house mother & child as surely it's their responsibility as parents isn't it?
Kitchen units look like the ones the council are just putting in so why wasn't all these problems spotted before they moved in? If it's a four bedroomed house then two girls in one room patents in another mother & child in another so they have one room spare so are they getting a full allowance? maybe turn off the tumble driers or maybe move them to a smaller home & when the baby is born make the parents house mother & child as surely it's their responsibility as parents isn't it? loosehead
  • Score: 6

4:54pm Thu 17 Apr 14

JDP123 says...

Doris is his wife....if you look on his facebook page he wishes his wife a happy birthday and 17th anniversary and she pipes up with thank you love you 2 etc etc...her name on there is dizzy doris...
On the subject of the article itself, I agree totally, the council should rehome them........into a smaller property and then give this a good clean up and offer it to someone who is in genuine need,not just a bunch of scrounging lazy scum.
Doris is his wife....if you look on his facebook page he wishes his wife a happy birthday and 17th anniversary and she pipes up with thank you love you 2 etc etc...her name on there is dizzy doris... On the subject of the article itself, I agree totally, the council should rehome them........into a smaller property and then give this a good clean up and offer it to someone who is in genuine need,not just a bunch of scrounging lazy scum. JDP123
  • Score: 17

4:57pm Thu 17 Apr 14

IronLady2010 says...

peaches123 wrote:
Sick and tired of seeing the same old JUDGEMENTAL AND PROBABLY CONTRADICTIVE posts. So what his 16 year old daughter is pregnant, this is the 21st century it's not illegal isit?
Other than that sad people picking on his daughters names .... REALLY?! People also picking on the fact he is on benefits - LETS HOPE YOU never have to claim for a benefit at any point of your life!

The house looks like mouldy it doesn't look suitable for ANYONE to live in, the council have a duty to clear them of it.

But from what I can read majority of you don't really care if his daughter has a newborn baby in a FLITHY mouldy room like that.... I mean she's 16 and he's on bebefits so they don't deserve the council to fulfil they're duty right?!?!?!?!


Horrible world we live in
Right, deep breath before I post...........

Firstly the 16 year shouldn't be pregnant, she cannot provide for this child to be.

Secondly, the entire family allegedly is on benefits and that's 6 of them.
The Mould is their own problem, The Council have been around numerous times and given advice, but they won't listen.


Thirdly, no I'd rather the Council not spend any more money on this family, none of them contribute to society so they should all be booted out and free up a nice home for people that deserve it.

You simply can't go round dragging up children without being able to provide for them, it's not on. It's not fair on the child and it's unfair on those of us who work hard to pay for these people.
[quote][p][bold]peaches123[/bold] wrote: Sick and tired of seeing the same old JUDGEMENTAL AND PROBABLY CONTRADICTIVE posts. So what his 16 year old daughter is pregnant, this is the 21st century it's not illegal isit? Other than that sad people picking on his daughters names .... REALLY?! People also picking on the fact he is on benefits - LETS HOPE YOU never have to claim for a benefit at any point of your life! The house looks like mouldy it doesn't look suitable for ANYONE to live in, the council have a duty to clear them of it. But from what I can read majority of you don't really care if his daughter has a newborn baby in a FLITHY mouldy room like that.... I mean she's 16 and he's on bebefits so they don't deserve the council to fulfil they're duty right?!?!?!?! Horrible world we live in[/p][/quote]Right, deep breath before I post........... Firstly the 16 year shouldn't be pregnant, she cannot provide for this child to be. Secondly, the entire family allegedly is on benefits and that's 6 of them. The Mould is their own problem, The Council have been around numerous times and given advice, but they won't listen. Thirdly, no I'd rather the Council not spend any more money on this family, none of them contribute to society so they should all be booted out and free up a nice home for people that deserve it. You simply can't go round dragging up children without being able to provide for them, it's not on. It's not fair on the child and it's unfair on those of us who work hard to pay for these people. IronLady2010
  • Score: 31

5:00pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Georgethepie says...

peaches123 wrote:
Sick and tired of seeing the same old JUDGEMENTAL AND PROBABLY CONTRADICTIVE posts. So what his 16 year old daughter is pregnant, this is the 21st century it's not illegal isit?
Other than that sad people picking on his daughters names .... REALLY?! People also picking on the fact he is on benefits - LETS HOPE YOU never have to claim for a benefit at any point of your life!

The house looks like mouldy it doesn't look suitable for ANYONE to live in, the council have a duty to clear them of it.

But from what I can read majority of you don't really care if his daughter has a newborn baby in a FLITHY mouldy room like that.... I mean she's 16 and he's on bebefits so they don't deserve the council to fulfil they're duty right?!?!?!?!


Horrible world we live in
Why is it people like you believe the council/ government have a duty to provided for someone like this.

I can't think of another country that gives so much and ask for so little in return. If she is 16 that means she would have paid either very little or nothing into the government pot. The same pot that will be paying out for the next 16+ years.

It's a sad situation but we have an old saying. When your in a hole stop digging. It's a shame family's like this don't take more notice of the hole/situation they are in rather than expecting the powers that be to just give more all the time.
[quote][p][bold]peaches123[/bold] wrote: Sick and tired of seeing the same old JUDGEMENTAL AND PROBABLY CONTRADICTIVE posts. So what his 16 year old daughter is pregnant, this is the 21st century it's not illegal isit? Other than that sad people picking on his daughters names .... REALLY?! People also picking on the fact he is on benefits - LETS HOPE YOU never have to claim for a benefit at any point of your life! The house looks like mouldy it doesn't look suitable for ANYONE to live in, the council have a duty to clear them of it. But from what I can read majority of you don't really care if his daughter has a newborn baby in a FLITHY mouldy room like that.... I mean she's 16 and he's on bebefits so they don't deserve the council to fulfil they're duty right?!?!?!?! Horrible world we live in[/p][/quote]Why is it people like you believe the council/ government have a duty to provided for someone like this. I can't think of another country that gives so much and ask for so little in return. If she is 16 that means she would have paid either very little or nothing into the government pot. The same pot that will be paying out for the next 16+ years. It's a sad situation but we have an old saying. When your in a hole stop digging. It's a shame family's like this don't take more notice of the hole/situation they are in rather than expecting the powers that be to just give more all the time. Georgethepie
  • Score: 22

5:03pm Thu 17 Apr 14

IronLady2010 says...

JDP123 wrote:
Doris is his wife....if you look on his facebook page he wishes his wife a happy birthday and 17th anniversary and she pipes up with thank you love you 2 etc etc...her name on there is dizzy doris...
On the subject of the article itself, I agree totally, the council should rehome them........into a smaller property and then give this a good clean up and offer it to someone who is in genuine need,not just a bunch of scrounging lazy scum.
If you look at pictures, you'll see what the house looks like. The dirt on the doors isn't mould!
[quote][p][bold]JDP123[/bold] wrote: Doris is his wife....if you look on his facebook page he wishes his wife a happy birthday and 17th anniversary and she pipes up with thank you love you 2 etc etc...her name on there is dizzy doris... On the subject of the article itself, I agree totally, the council should rehome them........into a smaller property and then give this a good clean up and offer it to someone who is in genuine need,not just a bunch of scrounging lazy scum.[/p][/quote]If you look at pictures, you'll see what the house looks like. The dirt on the doors isn't mould! IronLady2010
  • Score: 17

5:07pm Thu 17 Apr 14

sotonboy84 says...

JDP123 wrote:
Doris is his wife....if you look on his facebook page he wishes his wife a happy birthday and 17th anniversary and she pipes up with thank you love you 2 etc etc...her name on there is dizzy doris... On the subject of the article itself, I agree totally, the council should rehome them........into a smaller property and then give this a good clean up and offer it to someone who is in genuine need,not just a bunch of scrounging lazy scum.
"Technically I know these people" says Doris. Should hope so!!
[quote][p][bold]JDP123[/bold] wrote: Doris is his wife....if you look on his facebook page he wishes his wife a happy birthday and 17th anniversary and she pipes up with thank you love you 2 etc etc...her name on there is dizzy doris... On the subject of the article itself, I agree totally, the council should rehome them........into a smaller property and then give this a good clean up and offer it to someone who is in genuine need,not just a bunch of scrounging lazy scum.[/p][/quote]"Technically I know these people" says Doris. Should hope so!! sotonboy84
  • Score: 16

5:10pm Thu 17 Apr 14

sotonboy84 says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
peaches123 wrote: Sick and tired of seeing the same old JUDGEMENTAL AND PROBABLY CONTRADICTIVE posts. So what his 16 year old daughter is pregnant, this is the 21st century it's not illegal isit? Other than that sad people picking on his daughters names .... REALLY?! People also picking on the fact he is on benefits - LETS HOPE YOU never have to claim for a benefit at any point of your life! The house looks like mouldy it doesn't look suitable for ANYONE to live in, the council have a duty to clear them of it. But from what I can read majority of you don't really care if his daughter has a newborn baby in a FLITHY mouldy room like that.... I mean she's 16 and he's on bebefits so they don't deserve the council to fulfil they're duty right?!?!?!?! Horrible world we live in
Right, deep breath before I post........... Firstly the 16 year shouldn't be pregnant, she cannot provide for this child to be. Secondly, the entire family allegedly is on benefits and that's 6 of them. The Mould is their own problem, The Council have been around numerous times and given advice, but they won't listen. Thirdly, no I'd rather the Council not spend any more money on this family, none of them contribute to society so they should all be booted out and free up a nice home for people that deserve it. You simply can't go round dragging up children without being able to provide for them, it's not on. It's not fair on the child and it's unfair on those of us who work hard to pay for these people.
Couldn't agree more. "Dragging up" is evident in the whole charade.

You couldn't make this up!!
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]peaches123[/bold] wrote: Sick and tired of seeing the same old JUDGEMENTAL AND PROBABLY CONTRADICTIVE posts. So what his 16 year old daughter is pregnant, this is the 21st century it's not illegal isit? Other than that sad people picking on his daughters names .... REALLY?! People also picking on the fact he is on benefits - LETS HOPE YOU never have to claim for a benefit at any point of your life! The house looks like mouldy it doesn't look suitable for ANYONE to live in, the council have a duty to clear them of it. But from what I can read majority of you don't really care if his daughter has a newborn baby in a FLITHY mouldy room like that.... I mean she's 16 and he's on bebefits so they don't deserve the council to fulfil they're duty right?!?!?!?! Horrible world we live in[/p][/quote]Right, deep breath before I post........... Firstly the 16 year shouldn't be pregnant, she cannot provide for this child to be. Secondly, the entire family allegedly is on benefits and that's 6 of them. The Mould is their own problem, The Council have been around numerous times and given advice, but they won't listen. Thirdly, no I'd rather the Council not spend any more money on this family, none of them contribute to society so they should all be booted out and free up a nice home for people that deserve it. You simply can't go round dragging up children without being able to provide for them, it's not on. It's not fair on the child and it's unfair on those of us who work hard to pay for these people.[/p][/quote]Couldn't agree more. "Dragging up" is evident in the whole charade. You couldn't make this up!! sotonboy84
  • Score: 16

5:11pm Thu 17 Apr 14

bigfella777 says...

peaches123 wrote:
Sick and tired of seeing the same old JUDGEMENTAL AND PROBABLY CONTRADICTIVE posts. So what his 16 year old daughter is pregnant, this is the 21st century it's not illegal isit?
Other than that sad people picking on his daughters names .... REALLY?! People also picking on the fact he is on benefits - LETS HOPE YOU never have to claim for a benefit at any point of your life!

The house looks like mouldy it doesn't look suitable for ANYONE to live in, the council have a duty to clear them of it.

But from what I can read majority of you don't really care if his daughter has a newborn baby in a FLITHY mouldy room like that.... I mean she's 16 and he's on bebefits so they don't deserve the council to fulfil they're duty right?!?!?!?!


Horrible world we live in
You say it all, you think people are owed something just for being alive, well believe it or not most of us were not brought up like that and yes getting pregnant at 16 is a disgrace
She's just a child herself not even old enough to vote.
The harder this government hits the feckless few the better.
[quote][p][bold]peaches123[/bold] wrote: Sick and tired of seeing the same old JUDGEMENTAL AND PROBABLY CONTRADICTIVE posts. So what his 16 year old daughter is pregnant, this is the 21st century it's not illegal isit? Other than that sad people picking on his daughters names .... REALLY?! People also picking on the fact he is on benefits - LETS HOPE YOU never have to claim for a benefit at any point of your life! The house looks like mouldy it doesn't look suitable for ANYONE to live in, the council have a duty to clear them of it. But from what I can read majority of you don't really care if his daughter has a newborn baby in a FLITHY mouldy room like that.... I mean she's 16 and he's on bebefits so they don't deserve the council to fulfil they're duty right?!?!?!?! Horrible world we live in[/p][/quote]You say it all, you think people are owed something just for being alive, well believe it or not most of us were not brought up like that and yes getting pregnant at 16 is a disgrace She's just a child herself not even old enough to vote. The harder this government hits the feckless few the better. bigfella777
  • Score: 22

5:36pm Thu 17 Apr 14

IronLady2010 says...

Ahhh Just worked it out Paige, 20 has a baby girl. That is one crowded house!
Ahhh Just worked it out Paige, 20 has a baby girl. That is one crowded house! IronLady2010
  • Score: 6

5:48pm Thu 17 Apr 14

draward says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
peaches123 wrote:
Sick and tired of seeing the same old JUDGEMENTAL AND PROBABLY CONTRADICTIVE posts. So what his 16 year old daughter is pregnant, this is the 21st century it's not illegal isit?
Other than that sad people picking on his daughters names .... REALLY?! People also picking on the fact he is on benefits - LETS HOPE YOU never have to claim for a benefit at any point of your life!

The house looks like mouldy it doesn't look suitable for ANYONE to live in, the council have a duty to clear them of it.

But from what I can read majority of you don't really care if his daughter has a newborn baby in a FLITHY mouldy room like that.... I mean she's 16 and he's on bebefits so they don't deserve the council to fulfil they're duty right?!?!?!?!


Horrible world we live in
Right, deep breath before I post...........

Firstly the 16 year shouldn't be pregnant, she cannot provide for this child to be.

Secondly, the entire family allegedly is on benefits and that's 6 of them.
The Mould is their own problem, The Council have been around numerous times and given advice, but they won't listen.


Thirdly, no I'd rather the Council not spend any more money on this family, none of them contribute to society so they should all be booted out and free up a nice home for people that deserve it.

You simply can't go round dragging up children without being able to provide for them, it's not on. It's not fair on the child and it's unfair on those of us who work hard to pay for these people.
Thank god some people have some sense!

You can't have children unless YOU can provide for them. Why ask me and everyone else to?
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]peaches123[/bold] wrote: Sick and tired of seeing the same old JUDGEMENTAL AND PROBABLY CONTRADICTIVE posts. So what his 16 year old daughter is pregnant, this is the 21st century it's not illegal isit? Other than that sad people picking on his daughters names .... REALLY?! People also picking on the fact he is on benefits - LETS HOPE YOU never have to claim for a benefit at any point of your life! The house looks like mouldy it doesn't look suitable for ANYONE to live in, the council have a duty to clear them of it. But from what I can read majority of you don't really care if his daughter has a newborn baby in a FLITHY mouldy room like that.... I mean she's 16 and he's on bebefits so they don't deserve the council to fulfil they're duty right?!?!?!?! Horrible world we live in[/p][/quote]Right, deep breath before I post........... Firstly the 16 year shouldn't be pregnant, she cannot provide for this child to be. Secondly, the entire family allegedly is on benefits and that's 6 of them. The Mould is their own problem, The Council have been around numerous times and given advice, but they won't listen. Thirdly, no I'd rather the Council not spend any more money on this family, none of them contribute to society so they should all be booted out and free up a nice home for people that deserve it. You simply can't go round dragging up children without being able to provide for them, it's not on. It's not fair on the child and it's unfair on those of us who work hard to pay for these people.[/p][/quote]Thank god some people have some sense! You can't have children unless YOU can provide for them. Why ask me and everyone else to? draward
  • Score: 24

5:48pm Thu 17 Apr 14

draward says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
peaches123 wrote:
Sick and tired of seeing the same old JUDGEMENTAL AND PROBABLY CONTRADICTIVE posts. So what his 16 year old daughter is pregnant, this is the 21st century it's not illegal isit?
Other than that sad people picking on his daughters names .... REALLY?! People also picking on the fact he is on benefits - LETS HOPE YOU never have to claim for a benefit at any point of your life!

The house looks like mouldy it doesn't look suitable for ANYONE to live in, the council have a duty to clear them of it.

But from what I can read majority of you don't really care if his daughter has a newborn baby in a FLITHY mouldy room like that.... I mean she's 16 and he's on bebefits so they don't deserve the council to fulfil they're duty right?!?!?!?!


Horrible world we live in
Right, deep breath before I post...........

Firstly the 16 year shouldn't be pregnant, she cannot provide for this child to be.

Secondly, the entire family allegedly is on benefits and that's 6 of them.
The Mould is their own problem, The Council have been around numerous times and given advice, but they won't listen.


Thirdly, no I'd rather the Council not spend any more money on this family, none of them contribute to society so they should all be booted out and free up a nice home for people that deserve it.

You simply can't go round dragging up children without being able to provide for them, it's not on. It's not fair on the child and it's unfair on those of us who work hard to pay for these people.
Thank god some people have some sense!

You can't have children unless YOU can provide for them. Why ask me and everyone else to?
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]peaches123[/bold] wrote: Sick and tired of seeing the same old JUDGEMENTAL AND PROBABLY CONTRADICTIVE posts. So what his 16 year old daughter is pregnant, this is the 21st century it's not illegal isit? Other than that sad people picking on his daughters names .... REALLY?! People also picking on the fact he is on benefits - LETS HOPE YOU never have to claim for a benefit at any point of your life! The house looks like mouldy it doesn't look suitable for ANYONE to live in, the council have a duty to clear them of it. But from what I can read majority of you don't really care if his daughter has a newborn baby in a FLITHY mouldy room like that.... I mean she's 16 and he's on bebefits so they don't deserve the council to fulfil they're duty right?!?!?!?! Horrible world we live in[/p][/quote]Right, deep breath before I post........... Firstly the 16 year shouldn't be pregnant, she cannot provide for this child to be. Secondly, the entire family allegedly is on benefits and that's 6 of them. The Mould is their own problem, The Council have been around numerous times and given advice, but they won't listen. Thirdly, no I'd rather the Council not spend any more money on this family, none of them contribute to society so they should all be booted out and free up a nice home for people that deserve it. You simply can't go round dragging up children without being able to provide for them, it's not on. It's not fair on the child and it's unfair on those of us who work hard to pay for these people.[/p][/quote]Thank god some people have some sense! You can't have children unless YOU can provide for them. Why ask me and everyone else to? draward
  • Score: 18

5:54pm Thu 17 Apr 14

crazylady80 says...

Getting pregnant at 16 isn't the end of the earth and it sure doesn't go to say this girl is all bad. I had my first child at 16 despite correct parenting because I was young and foolish. 17 years on I have 6 children and a mortgage and a full time job. I've cleaned toilets. Stacked shelves and a whole host of other minimum wage jobs.
These people make me mad. 6 people and not one employed and then have the nerve to complain because the council won't fix some damp!
My husband and I work hard and full time to provide for our children and earn too much to even get help with childcare costs we have a leak in out roof which will costs thousands to fix.......don't see anyone offering to come out and pay for that for us!!!!!! Maybe we should quit work and let the government pay for our council home.....we defiantly wouldn't be moaning about mould while our rent, council tax and food bills were being paid for!!! Bloody cheek of it!
Getting pregnant at 16 isn't the end of the earth and it sure doesn't go to say this girl is all bad. I had my first child at 16 despite correct parenting because I was young and foolish. 17 years on I have 6 children and a mortgage and a full time job. I've cleaned toilets. Stacked shelves and a whole host of other minimum wage jobs. These people make me mad. 6 people and not one employed and then have the nerve to complain because the council won't fix some damp! My husband and I work hard and full time to provide for our children and earn too much to even get help with childcare costs we have a leak in out roof which will costs thousands to fix.......don't see anyone offering to come out and pay for that for us!!!!!! Maybe we should quit work and let the government pay for our council home.....we defiantly wouldn't be moaning about mould while our rent, council tax and food bills were being paid for!!! Bloody cheek of it! crazylady80
  • Score: 24

6:07pm Thu 17 Apr 14

richieroo says...

It's one of those times when you think it's a shame there isn't state sanctioned euthanasia for these wasters. It would be cheaper for the rest of us tax payers in the long term!. Happy Easter everyone. :-D
It's one of those times when you think it's a shame there isn't state sanctioned euthanasia for these wasters. It would be cheaper for the rest of us tax payers in the long term!. Happy Easter everyone. :-D richieroo
  • Score: 12

6:37pm Thu 17 Apr 14

loosehead says...

In this world it seems easier for women to find work than men(shops?) but not one daughter in work?
So we have a lifetime career Welfare scrounging mother & father & now we have the same with the daughters?
We heard so much about a tax that isn't a tax & how people had to give up family homes well here's a classic example of why that action had to be taken.
So 16 year old's pregnant will her fella provide a home & an income for her & the child or will we have to?
Will this family then be downsized to a house more in keeping with their needs?
Or will we still keep on paying for them to live in a 4 bedroomed house they're going to abuse & then complain about?
In this world it seems easier for women to find work than men(shops?) but not one daughter in work? So we have a lifetime career Welfare scrounging mother & father & now we have the same with the daughters? We heard so much about a tax that isn't a tax & how people had to give up family homes well here's a classic example of why that action had to be taken. So 16 year old's pregnant will her fella provide a home & an income for her & the child or will we have to? Will this family then be downsized to a house more in keeping with their needs? Or will we still keep on paying for them to live in a 4 bedroomed house they're going to abuse & then complain about? loosehead
  • Score: 17

7:47pm Thu 17 Apr 14

redsnapper says...

There is no way this non story should be in the paper. Instead why doesn't some intrepid DE reporters go and spend Friday night at A&E and report on how the hardpressed staff are coping with all the other scroungers who have drunk themselves. stupid. Printing stories from these idle whingers just encourages some other dimwit to do the same.
There is no way this non story should be in the paper. Instead why doesn't some intrepid DE reporters go and spend Friday night at A&E and report on how the hardpressed staff are coping with all the other scroungers who have drunk themselves. stupid. Printing stories from these idle whingers just encourages some other dimwit to do the same. redsnapper
  • Score: 14

8:14pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Tone says...

"SO SO BLOODY BORED , BUT CANT BE ARSED TO DO ANYTHING ."

All summed up on his (very open) facebook page.
"SO SO BLOODY BORED , BUT CANT BE ARSED TO DO ANYTHING ." All summed up on his (very open) facebook page. Tone
  • Score: 12

8:20pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Superior Being says...

doris014 wrote:
they are continuously looking for work he refuses to claim disability as there are people claiming that for far less problems so if there is a job without age discrimination good luck
You are clearly one of these people living in this house.

This family is a waste of Oxygen, you provide nothing to the country, it's all take take take.

I also have a full time job but find it easy to read the news and comments every day............we don't all struggle to read and write
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: they are continuously looking for work he refuses to claim disability as there are people claiming that for far less problems so if there is a job without age discrimination good luck[/p][/quote]You are clearly one of these people living in this house. This family is a waste of Oxygen, you provide nothing to the country, it's all take take take. I also have a full time job but find it easy to read the news and comments every day............we don't all struggle to read and write Superior Being
  • Score: 9

9:06pm Thu 17 Apr 14

loosehead says...

doris014 wrote:
people of today seriously sat here commenting on these peoples lives but yet they have no idea that there is an age discrimination when it comes to finding work , and to be honest not all pregnancies are planned either has anyone really thought to read between the lines tut tut shame on you and whats more you got nerves considering that your sat there doing nothing but having to read and comment now that's sad.
Have you looked on Sainsbury,Tesco,Aldi
,Lidl or any other supermarket chains website?
Brand new Lidl warehouse being built right next to Millbrook Green Park estate & let's get it right I was 51 & worked for Sainsbury so no age discrimination & usually at these places they go out to recruit the older person so this is rubbish.
[quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: people of today seriously sat here commenting on these peoples lives but yet they have no idea that there is an age discrimination when it comes to finding work , and to be honest not all pregnancies are planned either has anyone really thought to read between the lines tut tut shame on you and whats more you got nerves considering that your sat there doing nothing but having to read and comment now that's sad.[/p][/quote]Have you looked on Sainsbury,Tesco,Aldi ,Lidl or any other supermarket chains website? Brand new Lidl warehouse being built right next to Millbrook Green Park estate & let's get it right I was 51 & worked for Sainsbury so no age discrimination & usually at these places they go out to recruit the older person so this is rubbish. loosehead
  • Score: 13

10:12pm Thu 17 Apr 14

beiroot says...

Apparently , they used their toilet 4 days ago and the Council haven't even been round to flush it yet.................
....
Apparently , they used their toilet 4 days ago and the Council haven't even been round to flush it yet................. .... beiroot
  • Score: 23

10:28pm Thu 17 Apr 14

fat_doughnut says...

menotyou wrote:
what is a family with 4 girls doing in a 4 bed council house in the first place? shouldnt the older 2 have moved out by now at least?
What and take up 2 more homes paid for by our lovely council tax money?
[quote][p][bold]menotyou[/bold] wrote: what is a family with 4 girls doing in a 4 bed council house in the first place? shouldnt the older 2 have moved out by now at least?[/p][/quote]What and take up 2 more homes paid for by our lovely council tax money? fat_doughnut
  • Score: 5

10:30pm Thu 17 Apr 14

crazylady80 says...

Honestly it's pure laziness.........The
re are hundreds of low paid unqualified jobs out there...cleaning toilets....staking shelves.....sweeping floors in a fast food chain...even paultons park are looking for staff and they take on plenty of different ages........and im pretty sure between 6 of you that you'd be able to find a job or two...After all those that can't work can watch the kids and you have nothing to spend on childcare either........In fact.....better still get all the daughters into college to train in a profession that will get them.a job......
Honestly it's pure laziness.........The re are hundreds of low paid unqualified jobs out there...cleaning toilets....staking shelves.....sweeping floors in a fast food chain...even paultons park are looking for staff and they take on plenty of different ages........and im pretty sure between 6 of you that you'd be able to find a job or two...After all those that can't work can watch the kids and you have nothing to spend on childcare either........In fact.....better still get all the daughters into college to train in a profession that will get them.a job...... crazylady80
  • Score: 5

10:32pm Thu 17 Apr 14

crazylady80 says...

fat_doughnut wrote:
menotyou wrote:
what is a family with 4 girls doing in a 4 bed council house in the first place? shouldnt the older 2 have moved out by now at least?
What and take up 2 more homes paid for by our lovely council tax money?
What's the betting that they don't have to pay the bedroom tax either for the two spare rooms they are no longer entitled to...While other families with young children are desperate for an outside space and couldn't care less about a little mould.......
[quote][p][bold]fat_doughnut[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]menotyou[/bold] wrote: what is a family with 4 girls doing in a 4 bed council house in the first place? shouldnt the older 2 have moved out by now at least?[/p][/quote]What and take up 2 more homes paid for by our lovely council tax money?[/p][/quote]What's the betting that they don't have to pay the bedroom tax either for the two spare rooms they are no longer entitled to...While other families with young children are desperate for an outside space and couldn't care less about a little mould....... crazylady80
  • Score: 4

10:53pm Thu 17 Apr 14

Georgethepie says...

Tone wrote:
"SO SO BLOODY BORED , BUT CANT BE ARSED TO DO ANYTHING ."

All summed up on his (very open) facebook page.
Makes very sad reading..... I wonder if the council paid for a new fence?
[quote][p][bold]Tone[/bold] wrote: "SO SO BLOODY BORED , BUT CANT BE ARSED TO DO ANYTHING ." All summed up on his (very open) facebook page.[/p][/quote]Makes very sad reading..... I wonder if the council paid for a new fence? Georgethepie
  • Score: 10

10:58pm Thu 17 Apr 14

southamptonadi says...

peaches123 wrote:
Sick and tired of seeing the same old JUDGEMENTAL AND PROBABLY CONTRADICTIVE posts. So what his 16 year old daughter is pregnant, this is the 21st century it's not illegal isit?
Other than that sad people picking on his daughters names .... REALLY?! People also picking on the fact he is on benefits - LETS HOPE YOU never have to claim for a benefit at any point of your life!

The house looks like mouldy it doesn't look suitable for ANYONE to live in, the council have a duty to clear them of it.

But from what I can read majority of you don't really care if his daughter has a newborn baby in a FLITHY mouldy room like that.... I mean she's 16 and he's on bebefits so they don't deserve the council to fulfil they're duty right?!?!?!?!


Horrible world we live in
Ok il will be the one to ask. You say it is. It illegal for the 16 year old to be pregnant. We'll that depends on when she turned 16.

Hope we never have yo claim benefits. We'll some of us might at some point but not for 14 years. Ten years ago. Jobs were plentiful. You could walk into a new. Job the day after losing your old one. But he couldn't or wouldent?

If I was bringing a newborn into a filthy room like that my family would disown me. I would be hell bent on working with the council. Once they gave gone their repairs I would be in there scrubbing for England.

If they have repaired the issue then the family need to clean it themselves , the council are not a cleaning service there is six adults in that house with nothing to do all day. So scrub scrub scrub, before the baby is born

Or is that the excuse they are after for a bigger better house.

Lazy idle wasters
[quote][p][bold]peaches123[/bold] wrote: Sick and tired of seeing the same old JUDGEMENTAL AND PROBABLY CONTRADICTIVE posts. So what his 16 year old daughter is pregnant, this is the 21st century it's not illegal isit? Other than that sad people picking on his daughters names .... REALLY?! People also picking on the fact he is on benefits - LETS HOPE YOU never have to claim for a benefit at any point of your life! The house looks like mouldy it doesn't look suitable for ANYONE to live in, the council have a duty to clear them of it. But from what I can read majority of you don't really care if his daughter has a newborn baby in a FLITHY mouldy room like that.... I mean she's 16 and he's on bebefits so they don't deserve the council to fulfil they're duty right?!?!?!?! Horrible world we live in[/p][/quote]Ok il will be the one to ask. You say it is. It illegal for the 16 year old to be pregnant. We'll that depends on when she turned 16. Hope we never have yo claim benefits. We'll some of us might at some point but not for 14 years. Ten years ago. Jobs were plentiful. You could walk into a new. Job the day after losing your old one. But he couldn't or wouldent? If I was bringing a newborn into a filthy room like that my family would disown me. I would be hell bent on working with the council. Once they gave gone their repairs I would be in there scrubbing for England. If they have repaired the issue then the family need to clean it themselves , the council are not a cleaning service there is six adults in that house with nothing to do all day. So scrub scrub scrub, before the baby is born Or is that the excuse they are after for a bigger better house. Lazy idle wasters southamptonadi
  • Score: 10

5:53am Fri 18 Apr 14

garagegarage says...

draward wrote:
doris014 wrote:
technically i know these people they tend to keep themselves to themselves, the father of the pregnant girl has COPD yet is still trying to find work but get turned down , and his daughter did not get pregnant on purpose it happened . the truth is the house has rising damp its subsiding and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so stop whining like muscle mary's.
Dorris - did he accidently trip and stick it in????? Please you are killing me here! I will be laughing all weekend :-) Thanks Love!
I have C. O.P.D but still work so he can get off his butt and work, he just lazy scum.
[quote][p][bold]draward[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: technically i know these people they tend to keep themselves to themselves, the father of the pregnant girl has COPD yet is still trying to find work but get turned down , and his daughter did not get pregnant on purpose it happened . the truth is the house has rising damp its subsiding and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so stop whining like muscle mary's.[/p][/quote]Dorris - did he accidently trip and stick it in????? Please you are killing me here! I will be laughing all weekend :-) Thanks Love![/p][/quote]I have C. O.P.D but still work so he can get off his butt and work, he just lazy scum. garagegarage
  • Score: 6

7:12am Fri 18 Apr 14

learned more from a 2 minute record than ever learned in school says...

Stop winging .Why go to the echo ,Get a job slob ,you live off the state all for free ,
I rent x council house i pay £750 a month on top of that council tax £111 a month I have rising damp landlord who gets my hard earned money from doing 70 hours a week will do nothing .I am now moving having to pay £2000 deposit and hopefully no damp this time
Get a job and move if your not happy,Sick and tired of hearing council tennats who are unemployed living in damp mouldy conditions ,Help your self out
Stop winging .Why go to the echo ,Get a job slob ,you live off the state all for free , I rent x council house i pay £750 a month on top of that council tax £111 a month I have rising damp landlord who gets my hard earned money from doing 70 hours a week will do nothing .I am now moving having to pay £2000 deposit and hopefully no damp this time Get a job and move if your not happy,Sick and tired of hearing council tennats who are unemployed living in damp mouldy conditions ,Help your self out learned more from a 2 minute record than ever learned in school
  • Score: 8

7:35am Fri 18 Apr 14

exsotonian06 says...

Instead of whining and whinging and feeling sorry for yourself - get yourselves a job!
Instead of whining and whinging and feeling sorry for yourself - get yourselves a job! exsotonian06
  • Score: 8

7:56am Fri 18 Apr 14

Forest Resident says...

There are a great many words for people like the Vanderstichele family. It is abundantly clear to anyone with a mediocum of common decency the wildly irresponsible lifestyle that they are all making the conscious choice to lead, including their many children. They are now forced to face the reality of the consequences from their selfish, lazy, sponging, work shy attitudes. The only possible sympathy and indeed pity one can have is for the unborn child who never asked to be dragged into this farcical 'family' unit. The Vanderstichele's really do set the benchmark for being utterly incompetent human beings, it is a miracle that they can remember to breathe! What an utter embarrassment they are to our species and wider society.
There are a great many words for people like the Vanderstichele family. It is abundantly clear to anyone with a mediocum of common decency the wildly irresponsible lifestyle that they are all making the conscious choice to lead, including their many children. They are now forced to face the reality of the consequences from their selfish, lazy, sponging, work shy attitudes. The only possible sympathy and indeed pity one can have is for the unborn child who never asked to be dragged into this farcical 'family' unit. The Vanderstichele's really do set the benchmark for being utterly incompetent human beings, it is a miracle that they can remember to breathe! What an utter embarrassment they are to our species and wider society. Forest Resident
  • Score: 11

8:09am Fri 18 Apr 14

garagegarage says...

sotonboy84 wrote:
doris014 wrote:
technically i know these people they tend to keep themselves to themselves, the father of the pregnant girl has COPD yet is still trying to find work but get turned down , and his daughter did not get pregnant on purpose it happened . the truth is the house has rising damp its subsiding and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so stop whining like muscle mary's.
So the father has COPD... I too looked on his Facebook account and apparently he gave up smoking in January, not sure if he stuck to it.

And the main cause of COPD is... yes, SMOKING!

Supposed to pity him because he caused his own health condition and only recently gave up?

Direct your pity elsewhere Doris.
COPD don't stop you from working, I have COPD and have had it many years but still get off my butt and work, your just lazy scum.
[quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: technically i know these people they tend to keep themselves to themselves, the father of the pregnant girl has COPD yet is still trying to find work but get turned down , and his daughter did not get pregnant on purpose it happened . the truth is the house has rising damp its subsiding and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so stop whining like muscle mary's.[/p][/quote]So the father has COPD... I too looked on his Facebook account and apparently he gave up smoking in January, not sure if he stuck to it. And the main cause of COPD is... yes, SMOKING! Supposed to pity him because he caused his own health condition and only recently gave up? Direct your pity elsewhere Doris.[/p][/quote]COPD don't stop you from working, I have COPD and have had it many years but still get off my butt and work, your just lazy scum. garagegarage
  • Score: 6

9:43am Fri 18 Apr 14

Pobinr says...

Mould is due to condensation due to lack of airing the place by opening windows, drying clothes in the place etc etc
There's nothing wrong with the place. I it was rising damp or penetrating damp that carries salts that kill the mildew organism as it's quite delicate.
Mould is due to condensation due to lack of airing the place by opening windows, drying clothes in the place etc etc There's nothing wrong with the place. I it was rising damp or penetrating damp that carries salts that kill the mildew organism as it's quite delicate. Pobinr
  • Score: 1

9:44am Fri 18 Apr 14

Pobinr says...

The woodworm would come back if he slopped some anti woodworm chemical on it would it?
Too much trouble for him!
Couch potato
The woodworm would come back if he slopped some anti woodworm chemical on it would it? Too much trouble for him! Couch potato Pobinr
  • Score: 2

7:14pm Fri 18 Apr 14

boxing_nut says...

What a read their Facebook pages are. Nice to see them out having fun, getting **** etc when we're all hard at work paying for it. What I don't understand if he knew in advance the DE was coming round why didn't one of the lazy arses at least do the washing up?
What a read their Facebook pages are. Nice to see them out having fun, getting **** etc when we're all hard at work paying for it. What I don't understand if he knew in advance the DE was coming round why didn't one of the lazy arses at least do the washing up? boxing_nut
  • Score: 3

12:42am Sat 19 Apr 14

Dave Of The South says...

If his Facebook says he's bored then he can spend some time repainting his home with anti-fungal paint then can't he?!
If his Facebook says he's bored then he can spend some time repainting his home with anti-fungal paint then can't he?! Dave Of The South
  • Score: 3

7:36am Sat 19 Apr 14

loosehead says...

I've just been to an area I once lived in Chapel/Golden Grove now when I lived there I loved the area & the flats but the flats have airing rooms/drying rooms on the side of the stairs these are now pigeon roosts.
I see work being done but as the residents pay a maintenance surcharge are the councils going to repair these areas?
These were great places & the tenants were actually paying to have them maintained not like this family who are so bored they can't even open a window or get a job they just lay on their backs.
I've just been to an area I once lived in Chapel/Golden Grove now when I lived there I loved the area & the flats but the flats have airing rooms/drying rooms on the side of the stairs these are now pigeon roosts. I see work being done but as the residents pay a maintenance surcharge are the councils going to repair these areas? These were great places & the tenants were actually paying to have them maintained not like this family who are so bored they can't even open a window or get a job they just lay on their backs. loosehead
  • Score: 1

2:42pm Sat 19 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

Well nobody makes a fuss when slovakins are on a channel 5 programme saying they are going to take our country for every penny they can , thsts what is disgusting , also I'm afraid damp is the council or private landlords responsibility it is a health hazard and can kill if left to long black mould is a silent, killer , also if so done is unemployed it's not your business as many in millbrook push drugs on kids and steal , as fir moving out its not your decision to make about others lives keep your own chickens in Check seeing as one working people also claim what they shouldn't as or being great full those prople could end up caring nhs and dwp more cash if they re not helped at once and super noodles is what some parking people have to eat or pay a mortgage or high rent I moved away from my home town ad I could not afford to live there anymore
Well nobody makes a fuss when slovakins are on a channel 5 programme saying they are going to take our country for every penny they can , thsts what is disgusting , also I'm afraid damp is the council or private landlords responsibility it is a health hazard and can kill if left to long black mould is a silent, killer , also if so done is unemployed it's not your business as many in millbrook push drugs on kids and steal , as fir moving out its not your decision to make about others lives keep your own chickens in Check seeing as one working people also claim what they shouldn't as or being great full those prople could end up caring nhs and dwp more cash if they re not helped at once and super noodles is what some parking people have to eat or pay a mortgage or high rent I moved away from my home town ad I could not afford to live there anymore Bella73
  • Score: -9

5:00pm Sat 19 Apr 14

bobby the crane says...

draward wrote:
Un-employed.... what do you do with your day???? Must be hard not doing anything! Suggestion.... do some **** cleaning and be grateful for a roof over your lazy ar***!!!
Totally agree with this comment
[quote][p][bold]draward[/bold] wrote: Un-employed.... what do you do with your day???? Must be hard not doing anything! Suggestion.... do some **** cleaning and be grateful for a roof over your lazy ar***!!![/p][/quote]Totally agree with this comment bobby the crane
  • Score: 2

2:04pm Sun 20 Apr 14

Fatty x Ford Worker says...

Hey low life sort it out and get a Job!
Hey low life sort it out and get a Job! Fatty x Ford Worker
  • Score: 3

6:57pm Sun 20 Apr 14

Reality-man says...

draward wrote:
Oh and btw - my top tip for the day... before you run off to the DE for sympathy you really should make your facebook private! Especially if you are moaning you are bored!!! Total IDIOT!!!!
Anyway back to work for me so I can pay my taxes....
Punch in 'Dizzy Doris' (His wife) and read her status. Charming lady
[quote][p][bold]draward[/bold] wrote: Oh and btw - my top tip for the day... before you run off to the DE for sympathy you really should make your facebook private! Especially if you are moaning you are bored!!! Total IDIOT!!!! Anyway back to work for me so I can pay my taxes....[/p][/quote]Punch in 'Dizzy Doris' (His wife) and read her status. Charming lady Reality-man
  • Score: 2

9:22pm Sun 20 Apr 14

loosehead says...

Bella73 wrote:
Well nobody makes a fuss when slovakins are on a channel 5 programme saying they are going to take our country for every penny they can , thsts what is disgusting , also I'm afraid damp is the council or private landlords responsibility it is a health hazard and can kill if left to long black mould is a silent, killer , also if so done is unemployed it's not your business as many in millbrook push drugs on kids and steal , as fir moving out its not your decision to make about others lives keep your own chickens in Check seeing as one working people also claim what they shouldn't as or being great full those prople could end up caring nhs and dwp more cash if they re not helped at once and super noodles is what some parking people have to eat or pay a mortgage or high rent I moved away from my home town ad I could not afford to live there anymore
Do you work? Under a Labour government you would have to go for English lessons & then get a job if the above post is anything to go by!
[quote][p][bold]Bella73[/bold] wrote: Well nobody makes a fuss when slovakins are on a channel 5 programme saying they are going to take our country for every penny they can , thsts what is disgusting , also I'm afraid damp is the council or private landlords responsibility it is a health hazard and can kill if left to long black mould is a silent, killer , also if so done is unemployed it's not your business as many in millbrook push drugs on kids and steal , as fir moving out its not your decision to make about others lives keep your own chickens in Check seeing as one working people also claim what they shouldn't as or being great full those prople could end up caring nhs and dwp more cash if they re not helped at once and super noodles is what some parking people have to eat or pay a mortgage or high rent I moved away from my home town ad I could not afford to live there anymore[/p][/quote]Do you work? Under a Labour government you would have to go for English lessons & then get a job if the above post is anything to go by! loosehead
  • Score: 2

9:33pm Sun 20 Apr 14

shadowland says...

I have been reading all comment and apart from Doris and peaches and Bella who r all obviously related 2 them I agree with u all. They r scrounging low lives who do nothing 2 help themselves then expect sympathy. The pregnancy was planned she was 15 when she fell pregnant she been wanting 1 since 14. Mayb if they were 2 pay the thousands they owe the council in rent
arrears they may get more help. They have already been told what 2 do so y dont they do as advised? Total lowlifes and waste of spaces
I have been reading all comment and apart from Doris and peaches and Bella who r all obviously related 2 them I agree with u all. They r scrounging low lives who do nothing 2 help themselves then expect sympathy. The pregnancy was planned she was 15 when she fell pregnant she been wanting 1 since 14. Mayb if they were 2 pay the thousands they owe the council in rent arrears they may get more help. They have already been told what 2 do so y dont they do as advised? Total lowlifes and waste of spaces shadowland
  • Score: 2

9:39pm Sun 20 Apr 14

loosehead says...

shadowland wrote:
I have been reading all comment and apart from Doris and peaches and Bella who r all obviously related 2 them I agree with u all. They r scrounging low lives who do nothing 2 help themselves then expect sympathy. The pregnancy was planned she was 15 when she fell pregnant she been wanting 1 since 14. Mayb if they were 2 pay the thousands they owe the council in rent
arrears they may get more help. They have already been told what 2 do so y dont they do as advised? Total lowlifes and waste of spaces
do you like the way they say Millbrook Green Park Estate is all drug pushers?
If she was 15 when made pregnant is the fella getting locked up?
[quote][p][bold]shadowland[/bold] wrote: I have been reading all comment and apart from Doris and peaches and Bella who r all obviously related 2 them I agree with u all. They r scrounging low lives who do nothing 2 help themselves then expect sympathy. The pregnancy was planned she was 15 when she fell pregnant she been wanting 1 since 14. Mayb if they were 2 pay the thousands they owe the council in rent arrears they may get more help. They have already been told what 2 do so y dont they do as advised? Total lowlifes and waste of spaces[/p][/quote]do you like the way they say Millbrook Green Park Estate is all drug pushers? If she was 15 when made pregnant is the fella getting locked up? loosehead
  • Score: 1

9:44pm Sun 20 Apr 14

shadowland says...

loosehead wrote:
shadowland wrote:
I have been reading all comment and apart from Doris and peaches and Bella who r all obviously related 2 them I agree with u all. They r scrounging low lives who do nothing 2 help themselves then expect sympathy. The pregnancy was planned she was 15 when she fell pregnant she been wanting 1 since 14. Mayb if they were 2 pay the thousands they owe the council in rent
arrears they may get more help. They have already been told what 2 do so y dont they do as advised? Total lowlifes and waste of spaces
do you like the way they say Millbrook Green Park Estate is all drug pushers?
If she was 15 when made pregnant is the fella getting locked up?
No thats not the case. I myself used 2 live in Millbrook dont agree about the drugs etc. I did state I didnt agree with the 1s from the familys relatives. As 4 the baby dad I know nothing off him. I have no relation or contactvwith this family but the comments about them r true
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]shadowland[/bold] wrote: I have been reading all comment and apart from Doris and peaches and Bella who r all obviously related 2 them I agree with u all. They r scrounging low lives who do nothing 2 help themselves then expect sympathy. The pregnancy was planned she was 15 when she fell pregnant she been wanting 1 since 14. Mayb if they were 2 pay the thousands they owe the council in rent arrears they may get more help. They have already been told what 2 do so y dont they do as advised? Total lowlifes and waste of spaces[/p][/quote]do you like the way they say Millbrook Green Park Estate is all drug pushers? If she was 15 when made pregnant is the fella getting locked up?[/p][/quote]No thats not the case. I myself used 2 live in Millbrook dont agree about the drugs etc. I did state I didnt agree with the 1s from the familys relatives. As 4 the baby dad I know nothing off him. I have no relation or contactvwith this family but the comments about them r true shadowland
  • Score: 0

8:17am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
This makes me so angry . I suppose the 16 yr old daughter will want a council home soon as well despite never doing a days work in her life. What a great example you have set Ivan you must be so proud.
Can you really not understand why this makes hard working people so cross? Why do any of us bother to try and be responsible. I expect the mould is coming off your feet.
I agree, it does make us angry. Especially when if he were genuinly concerned for his soon to be Grandchild then surely he should be out there looking for a private rent. As he's not working the Housing Benefit will pay for it anyway.

The problem is some people just want to be spoon fed.
No they do not pay all the rent get your facts clear before you preach
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: This makes me so angry . I suppose the 16 yr old daughter will want a council home soon as well despite never doing a days work in her life. What a great example you have set Ivan you must be so proud. Can you really not understand why this makes hard working people so cross? Why do any of us bother to try and be responsible. I expect the mould is coming off your feet.[/p][/quote]I agree, it does make us angry. Especially when if he were genuinly concerned for his soon to be Grandchild then surely he should be out there looking for a private rent. As he's not working the Housing Benefit will pay for it anyway. The problem is some people just want to be spoon fed.[/p][/quote]No they do not pay all the rent get your facts clear before you preach Bella73
  • Score: -3

8:19am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
Carolanne, 16 is 8 months pregnant.

GREAT
And what's your point , I'm afraid it happens and this country are letting in immigrants that don't need to be here they admit they are n the scrounge slovakins and others ?
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: Carolanne, 16 is 8 months pregnant. GREAT[/p][/quote]And what's your point , I'm afraid it happens and this country are letting in immigrants that don't need to be here they admit they are n the scrounge slovakins and others ? Bella73
  • Score: -3

8:20am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

Roger Khan wrote:
Some advice, whe making numerous Super Noodles in one hit open the window let the steam out that will help. Also when drying the ben sherman do the same. Or tell the Echo that will also help.
Such a narrow mined soul , I bet mummy and daddy gave you the perfect life aww bless privileged freak
[quote][p][bold]Roger Khan[/bold] wrote: Some advice, whe making numerous Super Noodles in one hit open the window let the steam out that will help. Also when drying the ben sherman do the same. Or tell the Echo that will also help.[/p][/quote]Such a narrow mined soul , I bet mummy and daddy gave you the perfect life aww bless privileged freak Bella73
  • Score: -3

8:22am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

menotyou wrote:
what is a family with 4 girls doing in a 4 bed council house in the first place? shouldnt the older 2 have moved out by now at least?
That's none of your business but just think they are freeing up 2 x2 bed houses for other families and conservative are all about FAMILY !
[quote][p][bold]menotyou[/bold] wrote: what is a family with 4 girls doing in a 4 bed council house in the first place? shouldnt the older 2 have moved out by now at least?[/p][/quote]That's none of your business but just think they are freeing up 2 x2 bed houses for other families and conservative are all about FAMILY ! Bella73
  • Score: -2

8:23am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

Roger Khan wrote:
Some advice, whe making numerous Super Noodles in one hit open the window let the steam out that will help. Also when drying the ben sherman do the same. Or tell the Echo that will also help.
Also what's Ben Sherman and super noodles hot to do with things ,do you eat beluga caviar and Moët Chandon I bet not grow up waste man !
[quote][p][bold]Roger Khan[/bold] wrote: Some advice, whe making numerous Super Noodles in one hit open the window let the steam out that will help. Also when drying the ben sherman do the same. Or tell the Echo that will also help.[/p][/quote]Also what's Ben Sherman and super noodles hot to do with things ,do you eat beluga caviar and Moët Chandon I bet not grow up waste man ! Bella73
  • Score: -3

8:24am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

shirley-bill wrote:
Move them to a two bed flat ,And let someone who needs a 4 bed house have it.
This isn't your concern is it really did mummy and daddy buy you a pony lol
[quote][p][bold]shirley-bill[/bold] wrote: Move them to a two bed flat ,And let someone who needs a 4 bed house have it.[/p][/quote]This isn't your concern is it really did mummy and daddy buy you a pony lol Bella73
  • Score: -4

8:26am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

draward wrote:
Un-employed.... what do you do with your day???? Must be hard not doing anything! Suggestion.... do some **** cleaning and be grateful for a roof over your lazy ar***!!!
Ok privileged biggot , it's not all that easy for some , grow up , wake up smell the coffee and face the REAL world , or you living in a fantasy world your the dumb twunt !
[quote][p][bold]draward[/bold] wrote: Un-employed.... what do you do with your day???? Must be hard not doing anything! Suggestion.... do some **** cleaning and be grateful for a roof over your lazy ar***!!![/p][/quote]Ok privileged biggot , it's not all that easy for some , grow up , wake up smell the coffee and face the REAL world , or you living in a fantasy world your the dumb twunt ! Bella73
  • Score: -4

8:27am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

sotonboy84 wrote:
What a sh*t hole.

That's not the council's fault, it's the filthy tramps that live in it. There is no excuse whatsoever for living in such a dump.

If you're not happy - www.rightmove.co.uk
You would be surprised what they offer you are you from a better world or do you live in a rich persons bidet !
[quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: What a sh*t hole. That's not the council's fault, it's the filthy tramps that live in it. There is no excuse whatsoever for living in such a dump. If you're not happy - www.rightmove.co.uk[/p][/quote]You would be surprised what they offer you are you from a better world or do you live in a rich persons bidet ! Bella73
  • Score: -2

8:28am Tue 22 Apr 14

loosehead says...

Bella73 wrote:
Roger Khan wrote:
Some advice, whe making numerous Super Noodles in one hit open the window let the steam out that will help. Also when drying the ben sherman do the same. Or tell the Echo that will also help.
Such a narrow mined soul , I bet mummy and daddy gave you the perfect life aww bless privileged freak
okay Bella I came from a very underprivileged back ground so none of the above nonsense please.
This young "LADY" was 15 so the guy should now be in prison as she was a minor.
This guy should think himself lucky to get everything for free yet the whole family are whinging?
In Victory Road there are fresh water springs & when it rains you could see the water rise up the walls inside & out.the front gardens were lakes yet you never heard the people whinging about it.
Has this guy bought a dehumidifier? has he washed off the mould let it dry then put on anti Fungal paint/spray? then has he painted it with a Kitchen/Bathroom only paint?
If it's NO to any of the above then we have every right to slate him.
[quote][p][bold]Bella73[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Roger Khan[/bold] wrote: Some advice, whe making numerous Super Noodles in one hit open the window let the steam out that will help. Also when drying the ben sherman do the same. Or tell the Echo that will also help.[/p][/quote]Such a narrow mined soul , I bet mummy and daddy gave you the perfect life aww bless privileged freak[/p][/quote]okay Bella I came from a very underprivileged back ground so none of the above nonsense please. This young "LADY" was 15 so the guy should now be in prison as she was a minor. This guy should think himself lucky to get everything for free yet the whole family are whinging? In Victory Road there are fresh water springs & when it rains you could see the water rise up the walls inside & out.the front gardens were lakes yet you never heard the people whinging about it. Has this guy bought a dehumidifier? has he washed off the mould let it dry then put on anti Fungal paint/spray? then has he painted it with a Kitchen/Bathroom only paint? If it's NO to any of the above then we have every right to slate him. loosehead
  • Score: 2

8:29am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

sotonboy84 wrote:
Quentin Heslop wrote:
The Echo keeps publishing these stories and it does no favours to anyone involved.

It is condensation and the tenant needs to take some action to help his situation. I have no doubt the council or HA will have given all the proper advice - this is a common issue caused by lifestyle - and maybe The Echo would be better doing some informative article on how to deal with condensation to help this chap and others in his situation.
Or could it be some of these people are causing these problems in a bid to be re-housed?
It's not that easy to be rehoused , do you actually live In this country or outer space so etimes life bites you in the arsx big time
[quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Quentin Heslop[/bold] wrote: The Echo keeps publishing these stories and it does no favours to anyone involved. It is condensation and the tenant needs to take some action to help his situation. I have no doubt the council or HA will have given all the proper advice - this is a common issue caused by lifestyle - and maybe The Echo would be better doing some informative article on how to deal with condensation to help this chap and others in his situation.[/p][/quote]Or could it be some of these people are causing these problems in a bid to be re-housed?[/p][/quote]It's not that easy to be rehoused , do you actually live In this country or outer space so etimes life bites you in the arsx big time Bella73
  • Score: -1

8:30am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

draward wrote:
Oh and btw - my top tip for the day... before you run off to the DE for sympathy you really should make your facebook private! Especially if you are moaning you are bored!!! Total IDIOT!!!!
Anyway back to work for me so I can pay my taxes....
That stupid social network site should be hacked and gone forever !
[quote][p][bold]draward[/bold] wrote: Oh and btw - my top tip for the day... before you run off to the DE for sympathy you really should make your facebook private! Especially if you are moaning you are bored!!! Total IDIOT!!!! Anyway back to work for me so I can pay my taxes....[/p][/quote]That stupid social network site should be hacked and gone forever ! Bella73
  • Score: -1

8:30am Tue 22 Apr 14

loosehead says...

Bella73 wrote:
shirley-bill wrote:
Move them to a two bed flat ,And let someone who needs a 4 bed house have it.
This isn't your concern is it really did mummy and daddy buy you a pony lol
No my dad was in Prison we lived on school meals & bread & dripping & most of us kids did paper rounds or any odd jobs to help the family out so stop playing the hard done by as You're not.
[quote][p][bold]Bella73[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]shirley-bill[/bold] wrote: Move them to a two bed flat ,And let someone who needs a 4 bed house have it.[/p][/quote]This isn't your concern is it really did mummy and daddy buy you a pony lol[/p][/quote]No my dad was in Prison we lived on school meals & bread & dripping & most of us kids did paper rounds or any odd jobs to help the family out so stop playing the hard done by as You're not. loosehead
  • Score: 3

8:31am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

NewForestStu wrote:
The trouble is it is jokers like this that are taking the p*ss. My partner and I rent a two bedroom semi in an ex council house road. The road is lovely with a mix of now privately owned houses and some still remaining Council owned. Of the council owned I would suggest 90% are lived in by respectable working folk who leave in the morning to do a days graft and then come home to eat / sleep etc. The gardens and road are well looked after and overall pleasant.

That said, my neighbour and her latest partner (huhum, sorry, 'carer'!) are typical of the lazy fookers that take the p*ss. The woman has to be in her mid 50's and to my knowledge has never done a single days work in her life yet she can do a bottle of vodka a day and smoke 20 fags...love it.

Months back the council wrote to us to confirm that they were replacing all the roofs on their properties in the area. When I saw the neighbours all they could do was moan 'shouldn't worry about the roofs, the kitchens haven't been done in years and that should take priority!!' To suggest I had to count to ten would be an understatement. They even had the audacity to moan about people coming in from abroad!!!!!!

This country has become a joke, my partner and I, like many many others both work full time and live next door to people in the same type of properties who seem to have plenty of surplus cash for booze etc, yet don't need to work.

My neighbour should have been put in a one bed flat stuck out somewhere remote so that a couple with a family could have the opportunity to live in a 3 bedroom house with a garden.

I thought the tories would start to sort this but nothing....yes they have come up with the bedroom tax but so what, I am still paying for my neighbour and partner to live in a 3 bedroom house when they only need 1 max.

Rant over, blood pressure adjusted accordingly ;-)
Well I'm afraid that's not everyone is it you can't base this case on your home life ,
[quote][p][bold]NewForestStu[/bold] wrote: The trouble is it is jokers like this that are taking the p*ss. My partner and I rent a two bedroom semi in an ex council house road. The road is lovely with a mix of now privately owned houses and some still remaining Council owned. Of the council owned I would suggest 90% are lived in by respectable working folk who leave in the morning to do a days graft and then come home to eat / sleep etc. The gardens and road are well looked after and overall pleasant. That said, my neighbour and her latest partner (huhum, sorry, 'carer'!) are typical of the lazy fookers that take the p*ss. The woman has to be in her mid 50's and to my knowledge has never done a single days work in her life yet she can do a bottle of vodka a day and smoke 20 fags...love it. Months back the council wrote to us to confirm that they were replacing all the roofs on their properties in the area. When I saw the neighbours all they could do was moan 'shouldn't worry about the roofs, the kitchens haven't been done in years and that should take priority!!' To suggest I had to count to ten would be an understatement. They even had the audacity to moan about people coming in from abroad!!!!!! This country has become a joke, my partner and I, like many many others both work full time and live next door to people in the same type of properties who seem to have plenty of surplus cash for booze etc, yet don't need to work. My neighbour should have been put in a one bed flat stuck out somewhere remote so that a couple with a family could have the opportunity to live in a 3 bedroom house with a garden. I thought the tories would start to sort this but nothing....yes they have come up with the bedroom tax but so what, I am still paying for my neighbour and partner to live in a 3 bedroom house when they only need 1 max. Rant over, blood pressure adjusted accordingly ;-)[/p][/quote]Well I'm afraid that's not everyone is it you can't base this case on your home life , Bella73
  • Score: -1

8:33am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

bigfella777 wrote:
This makes me so angry . I suppose the 16 yr old daughter will want a council home soon as well despite never doing a days work in her life. What a great example you have set Ivan you must be so proud.
Can you really not understand why this makes hard working people so cross? Why do any of us bother to try and be responsible. I expect the mould is coming off your feet.
Well maybe the father of his future grandchild should step up ! To many men cop pout of paying for ther offspring , at least he's standing by them good on you grandad x
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: This makes me so angry . I suppose the 16 yr old daughter will want a council home soon as well despite never doing a days work in her life. What a great example you have set Ivan you must be so proud. Can you really not understand why this makes hard working people so cross? Why do any of us bother to try and be responsible. I expect the mould is coming off your feet.[/p][/quote]Well maybe the father of his future grandchild should step up ! To many men cop pout of paying for ther offspring , at least he's standing by them good on you grandad x Bella73
  • Score: -2

8:34am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
This makes me so angry . I suppose the 16 yr old daughter will want a council home soon as well despite never doing a days work in her life. What a great example you have set Ivan you must be so proud.
Can you really not understand why this makes hard working people so cross? Why do any of us bother to try and be responsible. I expect the mould is coming off your feet.
I agree, it does make us angry. Especially when if he were genuinly concerned for his soon to be Grandchild then surely he should be out there looking for a private rent. As he's not working the Housing Benefit will pay for it anyway.

The problem is some people just want to be spoon fed.
They do not foot the bill for all of the housing benefit get in the real lad **** wipe
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: This makes me so angry . I suppose the 16 yr old daughter will want a council home soon as well despite never doing a days work in her life. What a great example you have set Ivan you must be so proud. Can you really not understand why this makes hard working people so cross? Why do any of us bother to try and be responsible. I expect the mould is coming off your feet.[/p][/quote]I agree, it does make us angry. Especially when if he were genuinly concerned for his soon to be Grandchild then surely he should be out there looking for a private rent. As he's not working the Housing Benefit will pay for it anyway. The problem is some people just want to be spoon fed.[/p][/quote]They do not foot the bill for all of the housing benefit get in the real lad **** wipe Bella73
  • Score: -2

8:38am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
doris014 wrote:
technically i know these people they tend to keep themselves to themselves, the father of the pregnant girl has COPD yet is still trying to find work but get turned down , and his daughter did not get pregnant on purpose it happened . the truth is the house has rising damp its subsiding and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so stop whining like muscle mary's.
Haha you are on a wind up!
Yes my husband has copd from work related illness , we lived in a damp flat all we could afford as we had to,pay £200 toward it each month , we only had sick pay as he also had a severe back I jury but before that he worked evey hour he could , if people can't see an illness they judge we have had to move over 150 miles away to afford a non damp home which is nicer and happier but still struggling as we could not afford to live in the city we were born
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: technically i know these people they tend to keep themselves to themselves, the father of the pregnant girl has COPD yet is still trying to find work but get turned down , and his daughter did not get pregnant on purpose it happened . the truth is the house has rising damp its subsiding and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so stop whining like muscle mary's.[/p][/quote]Haha you are on a wind up![/p][/quote]Yes my husband has copd from work related illness , we lived in a damp flat all we could afford as we had to,pay £200 toward it each month , we only had sick pay as he also had a severe back I jury but before that he worked evey hour he could , if people can't see an illness they judge we have had to move over 150 miles away to afford a non damp home which is nicer and happier but still struggling as we could not afford to live in the city we were born Bella73
  • Score: -2

8:39am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

sotonboy84 wrote:
doris014 wrote:
technically i know these people they tend to keep themselves to themselves, the father of the pregnant girl has COPD yet is still trying to find work but get turned down , and his daughter did not get pregnant on purpose it happened . the truth is the house has rising damp its subsiding and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so stop whining like muscle mary's.
So the father has COPD... I too looked on his Facebook account and apparently he gave up smoking in January, not sure if he stuck to it.

And the main cause of COPD is... yes, SMOKING!

Supposed to pity him because he caused his own health condition and only recently gave up?

Direct your pity elsewhere Doris.
If you have copd it won't go away from giving up smoking I don't agree with smokers but its a fact
[quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: technically i know these people they tend to keep themselves to themselves, the father of the pregnant girl has COPD yet is still trying to find work but get turned down , and his daughter did not get pregnant on purpose it happened . the truth is the house has rising damp its subsiding and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so stop whining like muscle mary's.[/p][/quote]So the father has COPD... I too looked on his Facebook account and apparently he gave up smoking in January, not sure if he stuck to it. And the main cause of COPD is... yes, SMOKING! Supposed to pity him because he caused his own health condition and only recently gave up? Direct your pity elsewhere Doris.[/p][/quote]If you have copd it won't go away from giving up smoking I don't agree with smokers but its a fact Bella73
  • Score: -1

8:40am Tue 22 Apr 14

loosehead says...

Bella73 wrote:
NewForestStu wrote:
The trouble is it is jokers like this that are taking the p*ss. My partner and I rent a two bedroom semi in an ex council house road. The road is lovely with a mix of now privately owned houses and some still remaining Council owned. Of the council owned I would suggest 90% are lived in by respectable working folk who leave in the morning to do a days graft and then come home to eat / sleep etc. The gardens and road are well looked after and overall pleasant.

That said, my neighbour and her latest partner (huhum, sorry, 'carer'!) are typical of the lazy fookers that take the p*ss. The woman has to be in her mid 50's and to my knowledge has never done a single days work in her life yet she can do a bottle of vodka a day and smoke 20 fags...love it.

Months back the council wrote to us to confirm that they were replacing all the roofs on their properties in the area. When I saw the neighbours all they could do was moan 'shouldn't worry about the roofs, the kitchens haven't been done in years and that should take priority!!' To suggest I had to count to ten would be an understatement. They even had the audacity to moan about people coming in from abroad!!!!!!

This country has become a joke, my partner and I, like many many others both work full time and live next door to people in the same type of properties who seem to have plenty of surplus cash for booze etc, yet don't need to work.

My neighbour should have been put in a one bed flat stuck out somewhere remote so that a couple with a family could have the opportunity to live in a 3 bedroom house with a garden.

I thought the tories would start to sort this but nothing....yes they have come up with the bedroom tax but so what, I am still paying for my neighbour and partner to live in a 3 bedroom house when they only need 1 max.

Rant over, blood pressure adjusted accordingly ;-)
Well I'm afraid that's not everyone is it you can't base this case on your home life ,
New Forest stu. The problem is many councils are not moving people out of properties that are bigger than they should have under council ratings as if they're on the dole they take a cut in welfare payments which with a lot of councils whips up anti government/tory support.
In Southampton there are one bedroomed flats with young families who work living in them whilst in the larger properties there are single people living in them or families like this.
Many claim them as the family home? but they're not they belong to the local council tax payers & if they were the family homes why haven't families like this paid for & fixed the problem even if they're sponging off of us?
[quote][p][bold]Bella73[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NewForestStu[/bold] wrote: The trouble is it is jokers like this that are taking the p*ss. My partner and I rent a two bedroom semi in an ex council house road. The road is lovely with a mix of now privately owned houses and some still remaining Council owned. Of the council owned I would suggest 90% are lived in by respectable working folk who leave in the morning to do a days graft and then come home to eat / sleep etc. The gardens and road are well looked after and overall pleasant. That said, my neighbour and her latest partner (huhum, sorry, 'carer'!) are typical of the lazy fookers that take the p*ss. The woman has to be in her mid 50's and to my knowledge has never done a single days work in her life yet she can do a bottle of vodka a day and smoke 20 fags...love it. Months back the council wrote to us to confirm that they were replacing all the roofs on their properties in the area. When I saw the neighbours all they could do was moan 'shouldn't worry about the roofs, the kitchens haven't been done in years and that should take priority!!' To suggest I had to count to ten would be an understatement. They even had the audacity to moan about people coming in from abroad!!!!!! This country has become a joke, my partner and I, like many many others both work full time and live next door to people in the same type of properties who seem to have plenty of surplus cash for booze etc, yet don't need to work. My neighbour should have been put in a one bed flat stuck out somewhere remote so that a couple with a family could have the opportunity to live in a 3 bedroom house with a garden. I thought the tories would start to sort this but nothing....yes they have come up with the bedroom tax but so what, I am still paying for my neighbour and partner to live in a 3 bedroom house when they only need 1 max. Rant over, blood pressure adjusted accordingly ;-)[/p][/quote]Well I'm afraid that's not everyone is it you can't base this case on your home life ,[/p][/quote]New Forest stu. The problem is many councils are not moving people out of properties that are bigger than they should have under council ratings as if they're on the dole they take a cut in welfare payments which with a lot of councils whips up anti government/tory support. In Southampton there are one bedroomed flats with young families who work living in them whilst in the larger properties there are single people living in them or families like this. Many claim them as the family home? but they're not they belong to the local council tax payers & if they were the family homes why haven't families like this paid for & fixed the problem even if they're sponging off of us? loosehead
  • Score: 2

8:42am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
doris014 wrote:
they are continuously looking for work he refuses to claim disability as there are people claiming that for far less problems so if there is a job without age discrimination good luck
THEY?
Says it all. Not one of them work. Kick them out of that house and give it to some decent family who deserves it.
What substitutes as decent ? They are in need why shouldn't they have the house it needs proper work on it before anyone can live there , my grandad worked all his life , fought in ww2 got lung cancer and aspetos damage from coal mining and when he needed help paying his rent the British legion had to step in
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: they are continuously looking for work he refuses to claim disability as there are people claiming that for far less problems so if there is a job without age discrimination good luck[/p][/quote]THEY? Says it all. Not one of them work. Kick them out of that house and give it to some decent family who deserves it.[/p][/quote]What substitutes as decent ? They are in need why shouldn't they have the house it needs proper work on it before anyone can live there , my grandad worked all his life , fought in ww2 got lung cancer and aspetos damage from coal mining and when he needed help paying his rent the British legion had to step in Bella73
  • Score: -1

8:44am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
Just something of interest, the story suggests that Ivan is a Grandfather, so does that mean that one of his girls already has a child? It doesn't state grandfather to be.

If so wouldn't this house be a little over crowded? No wonder it's damp with all the showers, washing, cooking etc for this amount of adults.
The council need to do proper repairs on homes it's there legal right , people should sue them
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: Just something of interest, the story suggests that Ivan is a Grandfather, so does that mean that one of his girls already has a child? It doesn't state grandfather to be. If so wouldn't this house be a little over crowded? No wonder it's damp with all the showers, washing, cooking etc for this amount of adults.[/p][/quote]The council need to do proper repairs on homes it's there legal right , people should sue them Bella73
  • Score: -1

8:45am Tue 22 Apr 14

Bella73 says...

wilson castaway wrote:
sponge..bottle of bleach..rubber gloves...elbow grease.I lived in a council flat with a mould problem.I redeocorated and bought bleach.I cleaned it away twice a week, when it came back.One patch was due to the people above had a leakey radiator.One patch was tougher to sort and in the end it ruined a wardrobe and a bunch of clothes.Certainly didn't get rehomed due to a bit of mould.You can get 2 bottles of bleach for a pound.
I did that in our private flat it made me very ill breathing in th bleach
[quote][p][bold]wilson castaway[/bold] wrote: sponge..bottle of bleach..rubber gloves...elbow grease.I lived in a council flat with a mould problem.I redeocorated and bought bleach.I cleaned it away twice a week, when it came back.One patch was due to the people above had a leakey radiator.One patch was tougher to sort and in the end it ruined a wardrobe and a bunch of clothes.Certainly didn't get rehomed due to a bit of mould.You can get 2 bottles of bleach for a pound.[/p][/quote]I did that in our private flat it made me very ill breathing in th bleach Bella73
  • Score: -1

9:05am Tue 22 Apr 14

draward says...

Bella73 wrote:
draward wrote:
Un-employed.... what do you do with your day???? Must be hard not doing anything! Suggestion.... do some **** cleaning and be grateful for a roof over your lazy ar***!!!
Ok privileged biggot , it's not all that easy for some , grow up , wake up smell the coffee and face the REAL world , or you living in a fantasy world your the dumb twunt !
Thats "dumb twunt Sir" to you - I pay for you to live so show some gratitude, learn to spell and you might have a future too!
[quote][p][bold]Bella73[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]draward[/bold] wrote: Un-employed.... what do you do with your day???? Must be hard not doing anything! Suggestion.... do some **** cleaning and be grateful for a roof over your lazy ar***!!![/p][/quote]Ok privileged biggot , it's not all that easy for some , grow up , wake up smell the coffee and face the REAL world , or you living in a fantasy world your the dumb twunt ![/p][/quote]Thats "dumb twunt Sir" to you - I pay for you to live so show some gratitude, learn to spell and you might have a future too! draward
  • Score: 1

10:21am Tue 22 Apr 14

From the sidelines says...

Bella73 wrote:
wilson castaway wrote:
sponge..bottle of bleach..rubber gloves...elbow grease.I lived in a council flat with a mould problem.I redeocorated and bought bleach.I cleaned it away twice a week, when it came back.One patch was due to the people above had a leakey radiator.One patch was tougher to sort and in the end it ruined a wardrobe and a bunch of clothes.Certainly didn't get rehomed due to a bit of mould.You can get 2 bottles of bleach for a pound.
I did that in our private flat it made me very ill breathing in th bleach
You're supposed to open the windows.

Are you really that daft?
[quote][p][bold]Bella73[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wilson castaway[/bold] wrote: sponge..bottle of bleach..rubber gloves...elbow grease.I lived in a council flat with a mould problem.I redeocorated and bought bleach.I cleaned it away twice a week, when it came back.One patch was due to the people above had a leakey radiator.One patch was tougher to sort and in the end it ruined a wardrobe and a bunch of clothes.Certainly didn't get rehomed due to a bit of mould.You can get 2 bottles of bleach for a pound.[/p][/quote]I did that in our private flat it made me very ill breathing in th bleach[/p][/quote]You're supposed to open the windows. Are you really that daft? From the sidelines
  • Score: 4

10:31am Tue 22 Apr 14

From the sidelines says...

Bella73 wrote:
Well nobody makes a fuss when slovakins are on a channel 5 programme saying they are going to take our country for every penny they can , thsts what is disgusting , also I'm afraid damp is the council or private landlords responsibility it is a health hazard and can kill if left to long black mould is a silent, killer , also if so done is unemployed it's not your business as many in millbrook push drugs on kids and steal , as fir moving out its not your decision to make about others lives keep your own chickens in Check seeing as one working people also claim what they shouldn't as or being great full those prople could end up caring nhs and dwp more cash if they re not helped at once and super noodles is what some parking people have to eat or pay a mortgage or high rent I moved away from my home town ad I could not afford to live there anymore
That was a fantastic response.

Now, if you could see your way to writing it in a form of English that the natives could understand, I'd be grateful. Or would that destroy its artistic merit?
[quote][p][bold]Bella73[/bold] wrote: Well nobody makes a fuss when slovakins are on a channel 5 programme saying they are going to take our country for every penny they can , thsts what is disgusting , also I'm afraid damp is the council or private landlords responsibility it is a health hazard and can kill if left to long black mould is a silent, killer , also if so done is unemployed it's not your business as many in millbrook push drugs on kids and steal , as fir moving out its not your decision to make about others lives keep your own chickens in Check seeing as one working people also claim what they shouldn't as or being great full those prople could end up caring nhs and dwp more cash if they re not helped at once and super noodles is what some parking people have to eat or pay a mortgage or high rent I moved away from my home town ad I could not afford to live there anymore[/p][/quote]That was a fantastic response. Now, if you could see your way to writing it in a form of English that the natives could understand, I'd be grateful. Or would that destroy its artistic merit? From the sidelines
  • Score: 3

10:36am Tue 22 Apr 14

southamptonadi says...

Bella73 wrote:
draward wrote:
Un-employed.... what do you do with your day???? Must be hard not doing anything! Suggestion.... do some **** cleaning and be grateful for a roof over your lazy ar***!!!
Ok privileged biggot , it's not all that easy for some , grow up , wake up smell the coffee and face the REAL world , or you living in a fantasy world your the dumb twunt !
How does that make him a bigot. He is facing reality. If someone's home all day there is no excuse for not trying to help alleviate a problem.

Get the kids to sign up at an agency and do some work. There old enough then they can leave home and start their own lives or would that affect your benefits too much.

Don't forget under your tenancy agreement you agree to look after the property, that means help the council, go down cash converters and pick up a dehumidifier you would not believe the amount of.water they suck in. Then clean, if the problem continues get the council to fix it, but you will still have to clean it. After.

I hope your rent is up too date or they won't move you.
[quote][p][bold]Bella73[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]draward[/bold] wrote: Un-employed.... what do you do with your day???? Must be hard not doing anything! Suggestion.... do some **** cleaning and be grateful for a roof over your lazy ar***!!![/p][/quote]Ok privileged biggot , it's not all that easy for some , grow up , wake up smell the coffee and face the REAL world , or you living in a fantasy world your the dumb twunt ![/p][/quote]How does that make him a bigot. He is facing reality. If someone's home all day there is no excuse for not trying to help alleviate a problem. Get the kids to sign up at an agency and do some work. There old enough then they can leave home and start their own lives or would that affect your benefits too much. Don't forget under your tenancy agreement you agree to look after the property, that means help the council, go down cash converters and pick up a dehumidifier you would not believe the amount of.water they suck in. Then clean, if the problem continues get the council to fix it, but you will still have to clean it. After. I hope your rent is up too date or they won't move you. southamptonadi
  • Score: 1

11:09am Tue 22 Apr 14

The Lemon says...

IronLady2010 wrote:
Carolanne, 16 is 8 months pregnant.

GREAT
'Doris' isn't yet 40 but celebrates 17 year anniversary??? Common theme here.. No mention of Ivan's son or other 5 children???
[quote][p][bold]IronLady2010[/bold] wrote: Carolanne, 16 is 8 months pregnant. GREAT[/p][/quote]'Doris' isn't yet 40 but celebrates 17 year anniversary??? Common theme here.. No mention of Ivan's son or other 5 children??? The Lemon
  • Score: 0

11:17am Tue 22 Apr 14

CivicCentered says...

Come on now Bella, you're just making yourself look silly...

...Whatever your situation, surely you can see why people who work hard to pay for their morgages/rent and recieve (pretty much) nothing from the government are getting pretty sick and tired of reading about people like the gentleman in this article.

Whatever the reality of this situation, this article paints a picture of a very lazy man who has done nothing to help his (and his familys) situation for over a decade!

I appreciate that you're trying to stick up for your family/friends, but can you not see that this man could be doing so much more to help himself and his family's (including a new born baby) living conditions and by the sounds of things, general health.
Come on now Bella, you're just making yourself look silly... ...Whatever your situation, surely you can see why people who work hard to pay for their morgages/rent and recieve (pretty much) nothing from the government are getting pretty sick and tired of reading about people like the gentleman in this article. Whatever the reality of this situation, this article paints a picture of a very lazy man who has done nothing to help his (and his familys) situation for over a decade! I appreciate that you're trying to stick up for your family/friends, but can you not see that this man could be doing so much more to help himself and his family's (including a new born baby) living conditions and by the sounds of things, general health. CivicCentered
  • Score: 4

6:05pm Tue 22 Apr 14

amelia75 says...

Bella73 wrote:
sotonboy84 wrote:
doris014 wrote:
technically i know these people they tend to keep themselves to themselves, the father of the pregnant girl has COPD yet is still trying to find work but get turned down , and his daughter did not get pregnant on purpose it happened . the truth is the house has rising damp its subsiding and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so stop whining like muscle mary's.
So the father has COPD... I too looked on his Facebook account and apparently he gave up smoking in January, not sure if he stuck to it.

And the main cause of COPD is... yes, SMOKING!

Supposed to pity him because he caused his own health condition and only recently gave up?

Direct your pity elsewhere Doris.
If you have copd it won't go away from giving up smoking I don't agree with smokers but its a fact
No but you wouldnt have it so bad if you didnt smoke angers me he got the dam money to smoke whilst all us hard working people are paying taxes so he can sit on his lazy arse doing jack.
[quote][p][bold]Bella73[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]doris014[/bold] wrote: technically i know these people they tend to keep themselves to themselves, the father of the pregnant girl has COPD yet is still trying to find work but get turned down , and his daughter did not get pregnant on purpose it happened . the truth is the house has rising damp its subsiding and there is nothing anyone can do about it, so stop whining like muscle mary's.[/p][/quote]So the father has COPD... I too looked on his Facebook account and apparently he gave up smoking in January, not sure if he stuck to it. And the main cause of COPD is... yes, SMOKING! Supposed to pity him because he caused his own health condition and only recently gave up? Direct your pity elsewhere Doris.[/p][/quote]If you have copd it won't go away from giving up smoking I don't agree with smokers but its a fact[/p][/quote]No but you wouldnt have it so bad if you didnt smoke angers me he got the dam money to smoke whilst all us hard working people are paying taxes so he can sit on his lazy arse doing jack. amelia75
  • Score: 3

7:29pm Tue 22 Apr 14

kiddynamite says...

Roger Khan wrote:
The family is giving Millbrook a bad name. There are to many of them living in one house, the council should move them to a 5 bedroom house nearby, like maybe rownhams. There are umpteen jobs out there to say they can't find one is insulting.
The word of the day is J O B, JOB! Get a job and you can live somewhere nice , in fact if this geezer had a job and earned MONEY he could live where ever he wants. The DE should know better than to print and support people like this, Instead print something useful, Could i suggest a daily DE 'How not to be a scrounging useless member of society anymore' guide? or even 'How to stop being a lazy pr1ck in 10 easy steps'.
[quote][p][bold]Roger Khan[/bold] wrote: The family is giving Millbrook a bad name. There are to many of them living in one house, the council should move them to a 5 bedroom house nearby, like maybe rownhams. There are umpteen jobs out there to say they can't find one is insulting.[/p][/quote]The word of the day is J O B, JOB! Get a job and you can live somewhere nice , in fact if this geezer had a job and earned MONEY he could live where ever he wants. The DE should know better than to print and support people like this, Instead print something useful, Could i suggest a daily DE 'How not to be a scrounging useless member of society anymore' guide? or even 'How to stop being a lazy pr1ck in 10 easy steps'. kiddynamite
  • Score: 0

7:31pm Tue 22 Apr 14

kiddynamite says...

Roger Khan
I dont know why it copied your post? Even the DE thread is pony lol.
Roger Khan I dont know why it copied your post? Even the DE thread is pony lol. kiddynamite
  • Score: 0

9:44pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Sole Survivor says...

This is the first time I have commented on anything but feel compelled to on this case. What a loser to comment on Facebook that he is bored and then moan to DE. Get a job and support all your kids and off springs!!
This is the first time I have commented on anything but feel compelled to on this case. What a loser to comment on Facebook that he is bored and then moan to DE. Get a job and support all your kids and off springs!! Sole Survivor
  • Score: 1

1:06am Wed 23 Apr 14

sotonlady86 says...

All you haters, hating on this family! maybe the older 2 should of moved out by now but what about all these old people who's children have left home and have 3,4 and 5 bedroom houses! surely they should be moved along to! also just because she's 16 and pregnant so what! her life! I had my first baby at 16 and I now have 4 at 27. that doesn't make me a bad person or mother who are you all to judge! get off your high horses and go back to work!
All you haters, hating on this family! maybe the older 2 should of moved out by now but what about all these old people who's children have left home and have 3,4 and 5 bedroom houses! surely they should be moved along to! also just because she's 16 and pregnant so what! her life! I had my first baby at 16 and I now have 4 at 27. that doesn't make me a bad person or mother who are you all to judge! get off your high horses and go back to work! sotonlady86
  • Score: -4

6:16am Wed 23 Apr 14

loosehead says...

sotonlady86 wrote:
All you haters, hating on this family! maybe the older 2 should of moved out by now but what about all these old people who's children have left home and have 3,4 and 5 bedroom houses! surely they should be moved along to! also just because she's 16 and pregnant so what! her life! I had my first baby at 16 and I now have 4 at 27. that doesn't make me a bad person or mother who are you all to judge! get off your high horses and go back to work!
were you pregnant at 15? was the guy 16? it's called breaking the law isn't it?
[quote][p][bold]sotonlady86[/bold] wrote: All you haters, hating on this family! maybe the older 2 should of moved out by now but what about all these old people who's children have left home and have 3,4 and 5 bedroom houses! surely they should be moved along to! also just because she's 16 and pregnant so what! her life! I had my first baby at 16 and I now have 4 at 27. that doesn't make me a bad person or mother who are you all to judge! get off your high horses and go back to work![/p][/quote]were you pregnant at 15? was the guy 16? it's called breaking the law isn't it? loosehead
  • Score: 2

7:26am Wed 23 Apr 14

Kirsty666 says...

Get a job and PAY for someone to do a proper job
Get a job and PAY for someone to do a proper job Kirsty666
  • Score: 0

9:08am Wed 23 Apr 14

From the sidelines says...

sotonlady86 wrote:
All you haters, hating on this family! maybe the older 2 should of moved out by now but what about all these old people who's children have left home and have 3,4 and 5 bedroom houses! surely they should be moved along to! also just because she's 16 and pregnant so what! her life! I had my first baby at 16 and I now have 4 at 27. that doesn't make me a bad person or mother who are you all to judge! get off your high horses and go back to work!
I suspect your user name is a misnomer.
[quote][p][bold]sotonlady86[/bold] wrote: All you haters, hating on this family! maybe the older 2 should of moved out by now but what about all these old people who's children have left home and have 3,4 and 5 bedroom houses! surely they should be moved along to! also just because she's 16 and pregnant so what! her life! I had my first baby at 16 and I now have 4 at 27. that doesn't make me a bad person or mother who are you all to judge! get off your high horses and go back to work![/p][/quote]I suspect your user name is a misnomer. From the sidelines
  • Score: 0

9:46am Wed 23 Apr 14

CivicCentered says...

sotonlady86 wrote:
All you haters, hating on this family! maybe the older 2 should of moved out by now but what about all these old people who's children have left home and have 3,4 and 5 bedroom houses! surely they should be moved along to! also just because she's 16 and pregnant so what! her life! I had my first baby at 16 and I now have 4 at 27. that doesn't make me a bad person or mother who are you all to judge! get off your high horses and go back to work!
ok, here we go...

Yes, once children have left council houses then their parents should be moved to smaller accomodation. Thats just common sense. Council houses are there to provide a house to people who cannot afford a home. Not that that is relevant to this article...

And no, nothing wrong with people being pregnant at 16... However, there is something wrong about being pregnant and not being able to support the child that is being brought into this world. I'm not saying that this is your situation, but that is the situation (from what can be read in this article) of the young ladies in this case.

People do not begrudge people receiving benefits or people living in council houses. What people do begrudge is people who receive this for seemingly no real reason other than laziness or people believing that they are for some reason entitled to live off the state...
[quote][p][bold]sotonlady86[/bold] wrote: All you haters, hating on this family! maybe the older 2 should of moved out by now but what about all these old people who's children have left home and have 3,4 and 5 bedroom houses! surely they should be moved along to! also just because she's 16 and pregnant so what! her life! I had my first baby at 16 and I now have 4 at 27. that doesn't make me a bad person or mother who are you all to judge! get off your high horses and go back to work![/p][/quote]ok, here we go... Yes, once children have left council houses then their parents should be moved to smaller accomodation. Thats just common sense. Council houses are there to provide a house to people who cannot afford a home. Not that that is relevant to this article... And no, nothing wrong with people being pregnant at 16... However, there is something wrong about being pregnant and not being able to support the child that is being brought into this world. I'm not saying that this is your situation, but that is the situation (from what can be read in this article) of the young ladies in this case. People do not begrudge people receiving benefits or people living in council houses. What people do begrudge is people who receive this for seemingly no real reason other than laziness or people believing that they are for some reason entitled to live off the state... CivicCentered
  • Score: 2

12:23pm Wed 23 Apr 14

loosehead says...

CivicCentered wrote:
sotonlady86 wrote:
All you haters, hating on this family! maybe the older 2 should of moved out by now but what about all these old people who's children have left home and have 3,4 and 5 bedroom houses! surely they should be moved along to! also just because she's 16 and pregnant so what! her life! I had my first baby at 16 and I now have 4 at 27. that doesn't make me a bad person or mother who are you all to judge! get off your high horses and go back to work!
ok, here we go...

Yes, once children have left council houses then their parents should be moved to smaller accomodation. Thats just common sense. Council houses are there to provide a house to people who cannot afford a home. Not that that is relevant to this article...

And no, nothing wrong with people being pregnant at 16... However, there is something wrong about being pregnant and not being able to support the child that is being brought into this world. I'm not saying that this is your situation, but that is the situation (from what can be read in this article) of the young ladies in this case.

People do not begrudge people receiving benefits or people living in council houses. What people do begrudge is people who receive this for seemingly no real reason other than laziness or people believing that they are for some reason entitled to live off the state...
wasn't she 15 when she got pregnant? What's the legal age?
[quote][p][bold]CivicCentered[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonlady86[/bold] wrote: All you haters, hating on this family! maybe the older 2 should of moved out by now but what about all these old people who's children have left home and have 3,4 and 5 bedroom houses! surely they should be moved along to! also just because she's 16 and pregnant so what! her life! I had my first baby at 16 and I now have 4 at 27. that doesn't make me a bad person or mother who are you all to judge! get off your high horses and go back to work![/p][/quote]ok, here we go... Yes, once children have left council houses then their parents should be moved to smaller accomodation. Thats just common sense. Council houses are there to provide a house to people who cannot afford a home. Not that that is relevant to this article... And no, nothing wrong with people being pregnant at 16... However, there is something wrong about being pregnant and not being able to support the child that is being brought into this world. I'm not saying that this is your situation, but that is the situation (from what can be read in this article) of the young ladies in this case. People do not begrudge people receiving benefits or people living in council houses. What people do begrudge is people who receive this for seemingly no real reason other than laziness or people believing that they are for some reason entitled to live off the state...[/p][/quote]wasn't she 15 when she got pregnant? What's the legal age? loosehead
  • Score: 0

1:36pm Wed 23 Apr 14

CivicCentered says...

loosehead wrote:
CivicCentered wrote:
sotonlady86 wrote: All you haters, hating on this family! maybe the older 2 should of moved out by now but what about all these old people who's children have left home and have 3,4 and 5 bedroom houses! surely they should be moved along to! also just because she's 16 and pregnant so what! her life! I had my first baby at 16 and I now have 4 at 27. that doesn't make me a bad person or mother who are you all to judge! get off your high horses and go back to work!
ok, here we go... Yes, once children have left council houses then their parents should be moved to smaller accomodation. Thats just common sense. Council houses are there to provide a house to people who cannot afford a home. Not that that is relevant to this article... And no, nothing wrong with people being pregnant at 16... However, there is something wrong about being pregnant and not being able to support the child that is being brought into this world. I'm not saying that this is your situation, but that is the situation (from what can be read in this article) of the young ladies in this case. People do not begrudge people receiving benefits or people living in council houses. What people do begrudge is people who receive this for seemingly no real reason other than laziness or people believing that they are for some reason entitled to live off the state...
wasn't she 15 when she got pregnant? What's the legal age?
Tangent, going off on one...
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CivicCentered[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonlady86[/bold] wrote: All you haters, hating on this family! maybe the older 2 should of moved out by now but what about all these old people who's children have left home and have 3,4 and 5 bedroom houses! surely they should be moved along to! also just because she's 16 and pregnant so what! her life! I had my first baby at 16 and I now have 4 at 27. that doesn't make me a bad person or mother who are you all to judge! get off your high horses and go back to work![/p][/quote]ok, here we go... Yes, once children have left council houses then their parents should be moved to smaller accomodation. Thats just common sense. Council houses are there to provide a house to people who cannot afford a home. Not that that is relevant to this article... And no, nothing wrong with people being pregnant at 16... However, there is something wrong about being pregnant and not being able to support the child that is being brought into this world. I'm not saying that this is your situation, but that is the situation (from what can be read in this article) of the young ladies in this case. People do not begrudge people receiving benefits or people living in council houses. What people do begrudge is people who receive this for seemingly no real reason other than laziness or people believing that they are for some reason entitled to live off the state...[/p][/quote]wasn't she 15 when she got pregnant? What's the legal age?[/p][/quote]Tangent, going off on one... CivicCentered
  • Score: 0

3:46pm Wed 23 Apr 14

loosehead says...

CivicCentered wrote:
loosehead wrote:
CivicCentered wrote:
sotonlady86 wrote: All you haters, hating on this family! maybe the older 2 should of moved out by now but what about all these old people who's children have left home and have 3,4 and 5 bedroom houses! surely they should be moved along to! also just because she's 16 and pregnant so what! her life! I had my first baby at 16 and I now have 4 at 27. that doesn't make me a bad person or mother who are you all to judge! get off your high horses and go back to work!
ok, here we go... Yes, once children have left council houses then their parents should be moved to smaller accomodation. Thats just common sense. Council houses are there to provide a house to people who cannot afford a home. Not that that is relevant to this article... And no, nothing wrong with people being pregnant at 16... However, there is something wrong about being pregnant and not being able to support the child that is being brought into this world. I'm not saying that this is your situation, but that is the situation (from what can be read in this article) of the young ladies in this case. People do not begrudge people receiving benefits or people living in council houses. What people do begrudge is people who receive this for seemingly no real reason other than laziness or people believing that they are for some reason entitled to live off the state...
wasn't she 15 when she got pregnant? What's the legal age?
Tangent, going off on one...
No not going off on one.many posts say there's nothing wrong with this 16 year old having a baby which I've also read a post that says she was 15 when she got pregnant & I'm just questioning how that was okay?
This guy is sat at home on facebook? how can this poor deprived man afford a PC or a smart phone yet can't afford a de humidifier or Fungal spray?
I'll apologise I won't go on about the fact we have to pay for him & his wife to live we now have to pay for a child & her child & will the father step up to the plate ?
Why doesn't he put in to be a trolley collector in a supermarket?
[quote][p][bold]CivicCentered[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CivicCentered[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonlady86[/bold] wrote: All you haters, hating on this family! maybe the older 2 should of moved out by now but what about all these old people who's children have left home and have 3,4 and 5 bedroom houses! surely they should be moved along to! also just because she's 16 and pregnant so what! her life! I had my first baby at 16 and I now have 4 at 27. that doesn't make me a bad person or mother who are you all to judge! get off your high horses and go back to work![/p][/quote]ok, here we go... Yes, once children have left council houses then their parents should be moved to smaller accomodation. Thats just common sense. Council houses are there to provide a house to people who cannot afford a home. Not that that is relevant to this article... And no, nothing wrong with people being pregnant at 16... However, there is something wrong about being pregnant and not being able to support the child that is being brought into this world. I'm not saying that this is your situation, but that is the situation (from what can be read in this article) of the young ladies in this case. People do not begrudge people receiving benefits or people living in council houses. What people do begrudge is people who receive this for seemingly no real reason other than laziness or people believing that they are for some reason entitled to live off the state...[/p][/quote]wasn't she 15 when she got pregnant? What's the legal age?[/p][/quote]Tangent, going off on one...[/p][/quote]No not going off on one.many posts say there's nothing wrong with this 16 year old having a baby which I've also read a post that says she was 15 when she got pregnant & I'm just questioning how that was okay? This guy is sat at home on facebook? how can this poor deprived man afford a PC or a smart phone yet can't afford a de humidifier or Fungal spray? I'll apologise I won't go on about the fact we have to pay for him & his wife to live we now have to pay for a child & her child & will the father step up to the plate ? Why doesn't he put in to be a trolley collector in a supermarket? loosehead
  • Score: 2

4:20pm Wed 23 Apr 14

CivicCentered says...

loosehead wrote:
CivicCentered wrote:
loosehead wrote:
CivicCentered wrote:
sotonlady86 wrote: All you haters, hating on this family! maybe the older 2 should of moved out by now but what about all these old people who's children have left home and have 3,4 and 5 bedroom houses! surely they should be moved along to! also just because she's 16 and pregnant so what! her life! I had my first baby at 16 and I now have 4 at 27. that doesn't make me a bad person or mother who are you all to judge! get off your high horses and go back to work!
ok, here we go... Yes, once children have left council houses then their parents should be moved to smaller accomodation. Thats just common sense. Council houses are there to provide a house to people who cannot afford a home. Not that that is relevant to this article... And no, nothing wrong with people being pregnant at 16... However, there is something wrong about being pregnant and not being able to support the child that is being brought into this world. I'm not saying that this is your situation, but that is the situation (from what can be read in this article) of the young ladies in this case. People do not begrudge people receiving benefits or people living in council houses. What people do begrudge is people who receive this for seemingly no real reason other than laziness or people believing that they are for some reason entitled to live off the state...
wasn't she 15 when she got pregnant? What's the legal age?
Tangent, going off on one...
No not going off on one.many posts say there's nothing wrong with this 16 year old having a baby which I've also read a post that says she was 15 when she got pregnant & I'm just questioning how that was okay? This guy is sat at home on facebook? how can this poor deprived man afford a PC or a smart phone yet can't afford a de humidifier or Fungal spray? I'll apologise I won't go on about the fact we have to pay for him & his wife to live we now have to pay for a child & her child & will the father step up to the plate ? Why doesn't he put in to be a trolley collector in a supermarket?
Welll quite... I can't argue (which I quite like to, you may have noticed) with most of your points...

I refuse to believe that this man has not been able to find one single job in over a decade, even if he is in that unemployable age bracket of the over 50s...
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CivicCentered[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CivicCentered[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonlady86[/bold] wrote: All you haters, hating on this family! maybe the older 2 should of moved out by now but what about all these old people who's children have left home and have 3,4 and 5 bedroom houses! surely they should be moved along to! also just because she's 16 and pregnant so what! her life! I had my first baby at 16 and I now have 4 at 27. that doesn't make me a bad person or mother who are you all to judge! get off your high horses and go back to work![/p][/quote]ok, here we go... Yes, once children have left council houses then their parents should be moved to smaller accomodation. Thats just common sense. Council houses are there to provide a house to people who cannot afford a home. Not that that is relevant to this article... And no, nothing wrong with people being pregnant at 16... However, there is something wrong about being pregnant and not being able to support the child that is being brought into this world. I'm not saying that this is your situation, but that is the situation (from what can be read in this article) of the young ladies in this case. People do not begrudge people receiving benefits or people living in council houses. What people do begrudge is people who receive this for seemingly no real reason other than laziness or people believing that they are for some reason entitled to live off the state...[/p][/quote]wasn't she 15 when she got pregnant? What's the legal age?[/p][/quote]Tangent, going off on one...[/p][/quote]No not going off on one.many posts say there's nothing wrong with this 16 year old having a baby which I've also read a post that says she was 15 when she got pregnant & I'm just questioning how that was okay? This guy is sat at home on facebook? how can this poor deprived man afford a PC or a smart phone yet can't afford a de humidifier or Fungal spray? I'll apologise I won't go on about the fact we have to pay for him & his wife to live we now have to pay for a child & her child & will the father step up to the plate ? Why doesn't he put in to be a trolley collector in a supermarket?[/p][/quote]Welll quite... I can't argue (which I quite like to, you may have noticed) with most of your points... I refuse to believe that this man has not been able to find one single job in over a decade, even if he is in that unemployable age bracket of the over 50s... CivicCentered
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6:16pm Wed 23 Apr 14

ratface75 says...

lucky to have a 4 bed house, 19yrs with the council I have 3 boys 20,15, & 3yrs, in a 2bed flat, I have lived in my flat for 12yrs, I am grateful to have a roof over my head, no job, take a course in damp proofing you sad excuse for a MAN if I were your wife, daughters I'd be totally embarrassed by you, MAN UP, or move out
lucky to have a 4 bed house, 19yrs with the council I have 3 boys 20,15, & 3yrs, in a 2bed flat, I have lived in my flat for 12yrs, I am grateful to have a roof over my head, no job, take a course in damp proofing you sad excuse for a MAN if I were your wife, daughters I'd be totally embarrassed by you, MAN UP, or move out ratface75
  • Score: 4

9:24pm Wed 23 Apr 14

loosehead says...

CivicCentered wrote:
loosehead wrote:
CivicCentered wrote:
loosehead wrote:
CivicCentered wrote:
sotonlady86 wrote: All you haters, hating on this family! maybe the older 2 should of moved out by now but what about all these old people who's children have left home and have 3,4 and 5 bedroom houses! surely they should be moved along to! also just because she's 16 and pregnant so what! her life! I had my first baby at 16 and I now have 4 at 27. that doesn't make me a bad person or mother who are you all to judge! get off your high horses and go back to work!
ok, here we go... Yes, once children have left council houses then their parents should be moved to smaller accomodation. Thats just common sense. Council houses are there to provide a house to people who cannot afford a home. Not that that is relevant to this article... And no, nothing wrong with people being pregnant at 16... However, there is something wrong about being pregnant and not being able to support the child that is being brought into this world. I'm not saying that this is your situation, but that is the situation (from what can be read in this article) of the young ladies in this case. People do not begrudge people receiving benefits or people living in council houses. What people do begrudge is people who receive this for seemingly no real reason other than laziness or people believing that they are for some reason entitled to live off the state...
wasn't she 15 when she got pregnant? What's the legal age?
Tangent, going off on one...
No not going off on one.many posts say there's nothing wrong with this 16 year old having a baby which I've also read a post that says she was 15 when she got pregnant & I'm just questioning how that was okay? This guy is sat at home on facebook? how can this poor deprived man afford a PC or a smart phone yet can't afford a de humidifier or Fungal spray? I'll apologise I won't go on about the fact we have to pay for him & his wife to live we now have to pay for a child & her child & will the father step up to the plate ? Why doesn't he put in to be a trolley collector in a supermarket?
Welll quite... I can't argue (which I quite like to, you may have noticed) with most of your points...

I refuse to believe that this man has not been able to find one single job in over a decade, even if he is in that unemployable age bracket of the over 50s...
I was 50 when I came back from Thailand & found two jobs which if I never had an eye defect I'd be in one of those now so age is no excuse what might go against him has he ever worked?
[quote][p][bold]CivicCentered[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CivicCentered[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CivicCentered[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonlady86[/bold] wrote: All you haters, hating on this family! maybe the older 2 should of moved out by now but what about all these old people who's children have left home and have 3,4 and 5 bedroom houses! surely they should be moved along to! also just because she's 16 and pregnant so what! her life! I had my first baby at 16 and I now have 4 at 27. that doesn't make me a bad person or mother who are you all to judge! get off your high horses and go back to work![/p][/quote]ok, here we go... Yes, once children have left council houses then their parents should be moved to smaller accomodation. Thats just common sense. Council houses are there to provide a house to people who cannot afford a home. Not that that is relevant to this article... And no, nothing wrong with people being pregnant at 16... However, there is something wrong about being pregnant and not being able to support the child that is being brought into this world. I'm not saying that this is your situation, but that is the situation (from what can be read in this article) of the young ladies in this case. People do not begrudge people receiving benefits or people living in council houses. What people do begrudge is people who receive this for seemingly no real reason other than laziness or people believing that they are for some reason entitled to live off the state...[/p][/quote]wasn't she 15 when she got pregnant? What's the legal age?[/p][/quote]Tangent, going off on one...[/p][/quote]No not going off on one.many posts say there's nothing wrong with this 16 year old having a baby which I've also read a post that says she was 15 when she got pregnant & I'm just questioning how that was okay? This guy is sat at home on facebook? how can this poor deprived man afford a PC or a smart phone yet can't afford a de humidifier or Fungal spray? I'll apologise I won't go on about the fact we have to pay for him & his wife to live we now have to pay for a child & her child & will the father step up to the plate ? Why doesn't he put in to be a trolley collector in a supermarket?[/p][/quote]Welll quite... I can't argue (which I quite like to, you may have noticed) with most of your points... I refuse to believe that this man has not been able to find one single job in over a decade, even if he is in that unemployable age bracket of the over 50s...[/p][/quote]I was 50 when I came back from Thailand & found two jobs which if I never had an eye defect I'd be in one of those now so age is no excuse what might go against him has he ever worked? loosehead
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