Don’t Ping My Cheese

10 thoughts on “Don’t Ping My Cheese”

      1. Yeah he’s funny. He wouldn’t get away with any of that stuff at work in the UK. With the mindnumbingly dull employment law Nazis and buzzkills that coordinate the working environment in England you couldn’t mention an Englishman, Irishman and Scottish man in the same sentence without finding yourself at the heart of an industrial tribunal justifying why no women or children were used in your sentence, and whether you are fully qualified to use 3 nationalities in one sentence without the appropriate racial sensibility training. I was into my 30’s before I managed to leave a job without getting sacked. That said, I was nearing the end of my 20’s before I actually got a job. I remember telling the man at the jobcentre that I wanted a career as a lollipop man. He was a little puzzled and asked me what it was about the job that appealed to me. I told him it was because you don’t start work until you’re 65.

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      2. Probably a little bit of both, nothing surprises me anymore! Misanthrope that I am, I do find that generally speaking people – particularly when in a working environment, or a car – do become complete and utter a-holes. But then again writing about people who are cool can be a bit boring, but I’m going to try so watch this space :-)

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