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sorry to hear it Dave, a real life case of being stuck between a rock and a hard place, I am sure it will all work out.

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sorry to hear it Dave, a real life case of being stuck between a rock and a hard place, I am sure it will all work out.


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Though that is a fucker Dave.

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That is a motherf*cker Dave. Did you like your job?Maybe it could be a good thing! :) ,pastures new and all that.

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I think he liked the fact he could use the kettle, doubt he ever worked much.






Dave, sorry mate, it's happening all over, Gibralter makes a change from India though.

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I think he liked the fact he could use the kettle, doubt he ever worked much.






Dave, sorry mate, it's happening all over, Gibralter makes a change from India though.


Cheers Denise! :roll:

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sorry to hear that dave, a few years ago we (the engineering department) were stabbed in the back and outsourced/transfered to a sister company, it was a disaster costing the company hundreds of thousands of pounds.

just over a year later we were transfered back inhouse and at our yearly meeting got an apology from the board of directors, to which a colleague from barnsley shouted out "stick thee apology up t'arse, whats on t'buffet humble pie?"

so sometimes the big knobs get it wrong!


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It's a motherfucker

....the firm I work for is oursourcing the bit I work for to another firm. To keep working for the same firm I have done for the last 8 years it looks like I'll probably have to move to Gibraltar.

its a motherfucker.


Could have been Rotherham.


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time for a dinner party I would say and this time, its my turn xxx


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Eoin wrote:
sorry to hear it Dave, a real life case of being stuck between a rock and a hard place, I am sure it will all work out.


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Though that is a fucker Dave.


Lots of monkeys though? ;o)

That's a hard decision Dave. I'd be tempted to give it a try. Will you go? Can we visit? Will the food be as good as it is in Oughtibridge?

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yes, lots of monkeys,

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For where you can't go
Mustang horses, champagne glasses
Anything frail anything wild
It's the price of living motion, what's beautiful is broken
And grace is just the measure of a fall.


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jan if dave and soph go to Gibraltar we could flat sit and have boys round :*:


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at gun point maybe, hmm yes I am sure that might be possible for you.

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And grace is just the measure of a fall.


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Maggie, the only boys we'd get round would be boy scouts for Bob a Job week :*: :*: :*: :*:

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Sigh of relief from Eoin!

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