Discussion in 'SMB' started by Heeeed the Ball, May 8, 2012.
Answers in the name.
That and the lottery is a tax on the feeble minded.
You're from Peterlee, you're a scratter anyway
It's not like, I played once and won a tenner, a healthy £9 profit
At least with the lottery you have very little hope to start with, and if you do win, theres no need to keep playing
Most scratchcards keep people hooked by drip feeding small rewards consistently that keeps the hope of winning the often much smaller jackpots alive.
Gives the weak minded the illusion that they can short cut the path to wealth.
The scatch cards are a joke, I saw some that were £5 quid, who in the right mind buys those?
scratters on giro day
Im glad our tax's are being well spent.
Seriously though £5 quid is quite a lot to fork out.
Heed isnt too pleased as he obviously buys them and wanted the SMB's reassurance that he's not a scratter. Sorry mate you are.
£550 on one of the only cards i've ever bought
Its not me, its our lass (yes you would, shes a former page 3 girl from the 70s).....loads on the internet if your search.
She bought a pound one last week......
Dinnat be a tease man. Hoy a pic up then.
Tell her that they can become quite addictive and she should spend her/your money more wisely. OH aye, remind her she's a scratter too.
I wouldn't, she must be ancient.
i buy the odd scratch card, usually if i need change for the metro or something, although now they take notes it's getting less often.
went through a phase where i won £20, claimed it and got another, won another £20 etc. came out with a couple of hundred quid over a few weeks. haven't won a penny since.
Me mate was saying the other day that a 10 quid one was coming out!
Kin ell their lass used to hoy her baps out in the scratters bible and he worries if scratch cards are for scrotes
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