'This would be a nice place for a wedding' says passive-aggressive mother

A PASSIVE-AGGRESSIVE mother has caused tension by pointing out a location’s potential as a wedding venue.

Nikki Hollis was frozen in terror when her boyfriend Tom Logan’s mother Susan made the observation as they walked past a church.

Hollis said: “She tried her best to make it sound off-the-cuff, but I bet that catty busybody has been eyeing this place up for a while.

“It’s not like she cares about who’s getting hitched to Tom either. She just wants an excuse to get photographed looking glam and bitch about the bride’s weight while her husband props up the bar.

“Me and Tom aren’t ready for marriage anyway. We’ve only been going out for three months so we haven’t had time to destroy each other’s identity or sense of self-worth yet.

“However I am tempted to call her bluff and say that I’ve dreamed of having a small civil partnership in a municipal office ever since I was a little girl.”

As the trio swung by M&S on the way home, Susan remarked how its sandwiches could be used as cheap wedding entrees as she shovelled them into her shopping trolley.

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Five types of office bellend you'd forgotten about during lockdown

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Awkward bastards 

Every office has at least one person who thinks their role is to obstruct, hinder and delay. It’s unclear why they think they are being paid to stop work getting done, or what their moral objection is to just getting a f**king holiday rota sorted.

Woman with no tact whatsoever

Most people don’t just blurt out the first thought in their brain. Not this cow. She’ll happily tell a colleague, “You must be really depressed after your husband left you for that woman who works in Asda who’s old enough to be his mother, am I right, Linda?”

Your dickhead boss

Too many varieties to list, but here are a few: 

● Psychotic small business owner who thinks you taking a toilet break is stealing his money;

● Nobody middle manager who talks like he/she is Peter Jones/Deborah Meaden; 

● Dreadful bully who would get decked or arrested if they behaved like that in a pub.

Out-of-date sexists

Many offices still have a group of males who exist in a 1990s time bubble when ‘laddism’ was allegedly cool and people read Maxim magazine. Like an Amazonian tribe that time forgot, they fervently discuss which female colleagues they would ‘do’, although their conversations with them never go further than ‘Awright, Lucy?’ as they arrive at work in the morning.

The office oddball

Is the weird guy Leslie who keeps himself to himself just browsing BBC News at lunchtime as he eats his tinned mackerel sandwiches, or is he looking up guns on the Dark Web? You will never know, but it’s probably best not to piss him off.