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About Me:Darren P Millar

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My Pet Hate: is TUESDAY, everything that has ever gone wrong in my life has happened on a TUESDAY! I hate it, it's now my day off so that i don't have to face the world! Don't make me have to suffer TUESDAY by asking me about it!!! I also dislike girls who drink pints, smoke and generally act like men!!

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Syringe on the Stairs

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Not exactly what you want to wake up to! Thsi is actually making me feel
sick to the core! I'm rather proud of the top shot though!

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hmmmmm welcome home

2nd Mar 2006, 13:45

goode says:

I know, i saw this on my way downstairs to look for mail!

2nd Mar 2006, 13:53

James says:

Not good! Is there anyone you can speak to/report this to - like a landlord?

2nd Mar 2006, 14:23

James says:

I mean, you hear horror stories of people stepping on these things, so if there's anything anyone can do - you should try and get it done I suppose?

2nd Mar 2006, 14:24

goode says:

that's what i was about to ask! can you phone the NHS to have them remove it?! i'll damned if i'm touching it!! And i don;t usually mind getting hands dirty!

2nd Mar 2006, 14:24

goode says:

i totally agree! I'm just not sure who to phone!?!

2nd Mar 2006, 14:26

James says:

I apologise for posting multiple comments in a row - it's my stream of thought....but what's interesting/great about those photos is that you associate thoughts of needles and syringes and heroin and smackheads being such dirty things, in dirty places yet that syringe looks brand new, very clean (bright plastic), very clinicial..very CLEAN despite it's dirty use and enviroment. I suppose that makes this a great set of photos, despite the horrific subject.

2nd Mar 2006, 14:27

James says:

Maybe you should call your local Police station/Hospital and ask them? I'm sure the landlord/building owner etc. should know - but who knows how helpful they are?

Is it somewhere someone could easily accidentally come upon it? If so, maybe you should put some kind of warning on the nearest outside door?

2nd Mar 2006, 14:29

goode says:

i might get on the local police...

Does anyone know the correct procedure?!

2nd Mar 2006, 14:33

god i dont know who you would phone actually thats a tought one,

dont forget it could be insilin or something very innocent that someone has droped does it have a cap on the needle or is it exposed?

2nd Mar 2006, 14:35

just looked more closly to the pics ignor the cap comment it most obviously doesnt

2nd Mar 2006, 14:36

also just looked on google, phone the local police so not 999 but the local one and the local council

2nd Mar 2006, 14:41

goode says:

I have been informed by the polivce that the correct procedure is to call them...

You then have to phone your local council and ask for the cleasning department!

For reference Aberdeen City Council is on: 01224 522000

There should be a guy round today to pick it up!

So there you have it! Still doesn't take away from the fact that it is just plain wrong!

2nd Mar 2006, 14:55

goode says:

As far as i'm aware, usually legitimate syringes are marked, either with the substance or some official mark!

This one seems to be generic?! no specific markings... For instance there was an insulin syringe i seen lying on the ground once that was clearly marked "insulin"

I don't know if you can tell but this really puts the willies up me!

2nd Mar 2006, 15:02

teflon says:

It's possible that insulin syringes are clearly marked 'insulin' because so many people have a legitimate reason to carry them around. Perhaps someone could point Shoes in this direction?

2nd Mar 2006, 15:21

goode says:

does she carry "unbranded" syringes?!

2nd Mar 2006, 15:22

teflon says:

no, she's a nurse!

2nd Mar 2006, 15:23

goode says:

ah cool! i see what you meant! yeah a professional opinion would be great! However the syringe is now gone the man just came!

2nd Mar 2006, 15:25

mcgandhi says:

you could certainly take a complaint to your landlord, but he'd probably throw you out for hosting smack-parties.

oh wait, I am your landlord. START PACKING!!!!!

2nd Mar 2006, 17:38

goode says:

Your a gay lord...

So how about a nice cup of Shut the Fuck Up?!

2nd Mar 2006, 17:40

goode says:


Consulted my medical friend and came to the conclusion that this is an insulin syringe however on closer inspection the hub of the needle is covered in what could be described as dried blood?! This is odd because the administration of insulin has nothing to do with the bloodstream....

So perhaps a needle with two lives!!?

4th Mar 2006, 14:16

smackrat says:


1st Nov 2007, 09:38