Employer's Generosity at Christmas

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Re: Employer's Generosity at Christmas

Post by Double Drop » Sat Dec 17, 2011 1:10 pm

Markymark wrote:
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Markymark wrote:i hope all the public sector workers get fcuk all this christmas, bout time i say. lazy ****. bloody bunch of leeches, sat at home all the time.

hey, move to london like me!
That what we've always had at Christmas and the rest of the year too. We've never had any form of Christmas bonus, time off, beers or meal paid for. We're not even allowed to put up Christmas trees in the office.

We're all leeches until some **** wants a passport, a lifesaving operation or their bins emptied.
if it were up to me you'd all be using candles instead of electricity too!
I think the operations would probably be better under something a little more powerful.

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Re: Employer's Generosity at Christmas

Post by Double Drop » Sat Dec 17, 2011 1:12 pm

Markymark wrote:
Double Drop wrote:We're all leeches until some **** wants a passport, a lifesaving operation or their bins emptied.
if it were up to me you'd all be using candles instead of electricity too!
Yeah but if we were working by candlelight we might calculate your benefits wrong. :p

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Re: Employer's Generosity at Christmas

Post by ian saunders » Sat Dec 17, 2011 4:00 pm

Elusive9T2 wrote:
Double Drop wrote: We're all leeches until some **** wants a passport, a lifesaving operation or their bins emptied.
Passports aren't cheap are they...£80 plus these days init??
Everyone pays NI, doesn't that pay for the NHS???
And don't we pay for our bins to be emptied with our income tax/council tax?


Have missed something, because I don't really get that reply, none of those things are free to us
I think what DD means is that in the media it seems like everyone working in the public sector are lazy do-nothings who do no work whatsoever.

But if suddenly all those people weren't there the very same people would be moaning that no-one was there to empty their bins etc.

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Re: Employer's Generosity at Christmas

Post by Markymark » Sun Dec 18, 2011 1:12 am

can i just explain my annoying behaviour, it was just alcohol related really. and one night i spotted an opportunity for a good old wind up and couldnt help myself

no hard feelings

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Re: Employer's Generosity at Christmas

Post by ian saunders » Sun Dec 18, 2011 11:32 am

Markymark wrote:can i just explain my annoying behaviour, it was just alcohol related really. and one night i spotted an opportunity for a good old wind up and couldnt help myself

no hard feelings
I knew you were on the wind up, but hadn't figured on the alcohol angle :lol:

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