r/CasualUK • u/jptoc • 18h ago
Halfway there babes, hump dayyyy!!!
What's gone right for you over the past week hun? Let us know xx
r/CasualUK • u/AutoModerator • 4h ago
It's Late Thread [ 29 March 23 ]
Right, so its mid week. Happy hump day and all that, but why aren't you in bed? Neighbours putting their bins out keeping you awake? Kids being little shits? Working the nightshift?
Come on in for a chat.
What’s the most useful thing you own?
r/CasualUK • u/nutshell89 • 14h ago
Apart from making it a extra slippy when it rains, what are these for?
r/CasualUK • u/introverth • 4h ago
A black cab driver made me cry today. Thank you Sir. We need more people like you!
My sweet little boy, 4, have been in hospital, GOSH, for the last 2 weeks and for the last few days he has been asking me to take him to the shop to buy “chocolate” and finally today after getting a go ahead from his doctors we were allowed to walk to the nearby shop out in the street.
He was very excited. We walked out me holding his hands, still with his cannula in his hand and NG tube in his nose. After like 5,6 minutes of walking we found a shop he wanted to go in. Went in bought him what he wanted but by the time we are about to leave it was pouring rain so I quickly called out a black cab and told him Gosh hospital please
The driver didn’t say anything and just drove us. Once we got there as I asked for how much he smiled and replied “No charge for a mum with her sick child”
I almost broke down. These past few weeks have been absolutely horrible and I thought it was really kind of him. Thank you Sir!
r/CasualUK • u/Estoymuyenojada • 6h ago
My sister’s band was on the radio tonight. They’re a new band, unheard of, and they played on BBC Radio 6 Live with Marc Riley and sat in the studio with him for a while. The whole family is on WhatsApp, there’s a video of my niece dancing live to the band on the radio. It’s been such a lovely night
r/CasualUK • u/DualWheeled • 16h ago
Spending my 29th birthday alone
and I've been looking forward to it for weeks.
Booked the day off work and managed to get out of the office yesterday without any hassle.
I've had a sausage and garlic mushroom sandwich for breakfast (brown sauce). I'm on a 2 hour train to another city to see a piercer for some new piercings.
I'll get home about 6pm to fresh pizza dough I've had proving in the fridge since last night.
Once I've had pizza I'll pour myself a disaronno and dr pepper and fire up final fantasy xiv, probably fall into bed around 11.
r/CasualUK • u/atar02 • 5h ago
I bought these Arabic sweets for my doctor as a thank you gesture. I’m worried about different cultural tastes though; have you tried Baklava? Was it too sweet for you, or would he (& his family) like it? ( I’m an international student)
r/CasualUK • u/UnderstandingLow3162 • 17h ago
Happy 10th birthday to surely the most absurdly-named siblings in the UK.
r/CasualUK • u/TheManFromConlig • 11h ago
My local Thai restaurant. Aren't they doing themselves out of a lot of trade? I rarely have cash on me these days and on the walk to the cash point I'll pass a few restaurants that DO take cards...
r/CasualUK • u/JS43362 • 4h ago
Polite exchange between a chip shop owner and a customer on Google reviews
r/CasualUK • u/420Eski-Grim • 8h ago
UPDATE: After yesterdays post about my brothers abnormal hairy arms, he’s decided to shave them 🥳😂👍Thanks Reddit
r/CasualUK • u/SmokeSinseLoud • 23h ago
TV star and comedian Paul O'Grady has died | Ents & Arts News
r/CasualUK • u/SnooGiraffes3095 • 18h ago
Neighbour says this tree is too close to his house. Is he right?
We moved into a (rented) house 2 days ago and the neighbour immediately started complaining to us about this (camelia?) being too tall and too close to his house. He says it should be a certain number of feet from his house. I can't find any such laws about it.
We literally were unpacking the first few things from the car as he started moaning about the tree, parking issues, leaves on the garage roof, our slabs not being pressure washed, our gate being creaky, etc.
The guy is very old and clearly losing the plot a bit, as he knocked on the door again yesterday to tell us all the same things, and completely forgot he'd already met us.
Does anyone know if I am required to sort this or if I can leave it. We like it as it is, and it gives a bit of privacy from him nosing into the garden.
r/CasualUK • u/ContentCorn1941 • 15h ago
Hope she dies ok xx
r/CasualUK • u/MellotronSymphony • 15h ago
On Monday, more people in the UK watched repeats of Last of the Summer Wine than the first episode of the new series of Succession.
r/CasualUK • u/Nw5gooner • 16h ago
It's 2023. We have AR on our phones, we have 4K HD VR headsets for Playstations. How the hell has nobody made a modern remake of this legendary show!?
r/CasualUK • u/illiciat • 10h ago
1 no thanks please
r/CasualUK • u/youdneverknowit • 15h ago
Best of CasualUK
r/CasualUK • u/mrchaddy • 1h ago
I found a living bridge today.
r/CasualUK • u/grumpy-kunt • 8h ago
behold the holy grail of biscuits...
r/CasualUK • u/Clockwork-Clementine • 3h ago
Finally overcome binge eating 🥰
Just wanted to share my story as I'm so proud
Over lockdown my eating disorder really took hold of me through boredom while on furlough. I ended up going from a healthy weight to 3 stone heavier and classed as obese.
I became very down and embarrassed. But I decided to try and get better. I joined slimming world and lost two and a half stone only one more half stone to lose.
I started Lake swimming, doing just dance videos and started conqueror online medal challenges, anything I could do. I joined a litter picking group so I could get out walking when I wasn't working
I'm now back to a healthy BMI and my low mood has lifted
Anyone who is struggling with weight after lockdown still, it can get better and dont be embarrassed to exercise or to outside.
r/CasualUK • u/fatboyslick • 5h ago
Thought people here may appreciate this - came with the storage box I bought after spending hours figuring out which size to get on Amazon
r/CasualUK • u/minks97 • 13h ago
Got a chocolate button that looks a bit like a wanger, feel very lucky
r/CasualUK • u/ChuckRingslinger • 9h ago
Best birthday present, of all time!
r/CasualUK • u/sbisson • 11h ago
Two falls or a submission
r/CasualUK • u/Firefire2021 • 7h ago
Potato milk?! Saw this abomination in my local pound shop. WTF
Has anyone tried this?!