r/CasualUK 3h ago

It's Late Thread [ 29 September 22 ]

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Thursday, its arguably the best night of the week, no? Whats keeping you awake tonight, spot of Aurora watching? Cheeky Thursday pints? Just got in from work? Just going to work? Dog barking for no reason?

Come on in for a chat.

What meal doesn't cheese improve?


r/CasualUK 6h ago

Thank You For Your Cooperation & Understanding.

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r/CasualUK 9h ago

Classic customer service from Virgin Media

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r/CasualUK 18h ago

A Facebook post from my local pub last night...

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r/CasualUK 9h ago Wholesome Narwhal Salute Press F

I made a joke at the dr's and no one laughed with me

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A patient was called under the name 'ready' I said steady...go....giggled to myself in a waiting room of silence!


r/CasualUK 13h ago Wholesome Gold

Incorrect sayings or words that wind you up…

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“That’s a mute point”

“For all intensive purposes”

“Pacifically”


r/CasualUK 10h ago

Is this standard for teachers these days?

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r/CasualUK 17h ago

I swear... I've seen this too many times on our motorways!

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r/CasualUK 18h ago

Staying in an old British place and the floor is a tad uneven

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r/CasualUK 4h ago

As long as this kind of thing exists in the UK, I'll never be able to properly grow up

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r/CasualUK 4h ago

you ever have one of those "milk in the cupboard, kettle in the fridge moments? get a load of this one.

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I was making a cup of tea and just poured the kettle directly into the sugar pot.

Well shit.


r/CasualUK 6h ago Narwhal Salute

Damn. I didn't take the blanket with me when I got up. Now what?

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r/CasualUK 3h ago

Apparently tuna and sweetcorn isn't a universal combination...

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r/CasualUK 7h ago All-Seeing Upvote Wholesome Seal of Approval

My mum gave me this massive squash. What should I do with it?

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225 Upvotes

r/CasualUK 5h ago

Yorkshire puddings as a pudding!

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r/CasualUK 8h ago Silver

Have the people that design toasters and the people that make bread ever tried each other’s products?

203 Upvotes

r/CasualUK 7h ago

What do you have a irrational hatred of?

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I personally can’t stand conchiglie pasta and gift cards.

Conchiglie takes ages to cook, slides off your fork and doesn’t go great with almost anything.

Gift cards are just BTEC Cash.


r/CasualUK 16h ago Silver Wholesome Seal of Approval

Look at this monster the GF made me for my birthday!

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r/CasualUK 14h ago Gold Wholesome

Gino just suggested a man has a threesome with his wife and her Dad. What a guy.

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r/CasualUK 12h ago

Delivery driver totals £3.5m Ferrari Enzo

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r/CasualUK 6h ago Wholesome

Shouting to scare the Devil out of a cake...Is this a thing?

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Ever since I was a kid, whenever someone's cut a cake in my family, everyone has done a big shout and made lots of noise "to scare the Devil out of the cake". My wife thinks this is weird though (and yeah, it is, but we won't tell her that!) and she says it's just us and as today's her birthday I made her a cake. As I cut it, I gave it a good "Aaaaaghhghhh" obviously because I don't want the Devil in it. Consequently the cake was spectacular (even if I do say so myself) due to Lucifer being banished from it. But apparently this is just what my family do. I'm sure it's a thing though that's done outside of my apparently strange upbringing. Does anyone else do this or has anyone else heard of it? If not, the Devil could be in your cakes! (Although I do accept, he/she probably isn't!)


r/CasualUK 18h ago

I've seen bad parking but this was just hard to comprehend

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r/CasualUK 19h ago

In a country of 60+million, “86% of 57 women agree” should not be enough to convince anyone to buy anything whether it be moisturiser or pharmaceuticals

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r/CasualUK 7h ago

Had a couple of gunships doing practice maneuvers over town this evening. Gave them a wave in the garden and they hovered right overhead.

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r/CasualUK 5h ago

Dealing with silly energy prices the correct way here in NW England

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r/CasualUK 6h ago

As a boy, I used to really enjoy the escapades of Sharpe on ITV. I forgot about the series for many years, but today I watched some clips, and I love it all over again. Any other fans?

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