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|Getting my rona jab tommorow|
at 12:54 4 Mar 2021
Apparently it’s the Astro Oxford one.
anything should look out for, aside from the untrained volunteer with the big needle of course?
|RIP Derek Fowlds|
at 11:39 17 Jan 2020
No more bernard woolly
Or basil brush
at 10:42 13 Oct 2019
Had a mad thought- if the government was to give every person in the uk a tree to plant - thats 65million trees. Figure about 10 quid a tree, plus 40% setup and logistical costs. So that’s 1bn - You could plant 65 million trees, which would offset some of the uks carbon footprint which would actually help the environment. So for 1bn your doing something which is pretty tangible , quickly
We could call it . Vote leafs?
Would it actually help though ?
|I am currently the subject of a witch-hunt in my office|
at 13:29 8 Oct 2019
But they don’t know I’m the culprit yet.
Here’s the background. Our company does these well-being things (lots of fresh fruit, water , office yoga etc) and as part of this , they print out an “inspirational quote of the day” poster for everyone to look at. You know the sort of thing, “life is a dance and mindfulness is a state of mind” etc
Anyway, I decided this morning to replace said poster with this
Surfice to say our well-being office bod is now not happy and has started questioning people.
Question is - do I fess up ? Or do I start a campaign to annoy her by replacing further posters tommorow ?
[Post edited 8 Oct 2019 13:30]
at 21:22 22 Sep 2019
We've got a holiday package booked in october via a third party, but the flights are thomas cook ones... so we're watching the news very closely at the moment
Anyone else here affected?
|Trump meeting Theresa may |
at 19:36 24 May 2019
Is there any point? It’ll be like my recent last meeting with my former HR department
DT: so what do you think about the...
TM : don’t care
DT: oh before you leave could you...
TM : nope
DT : what about your successor, how do you think...
TM : couldn’t give a sh1t
And so on...
|Relatives/Friends that have been in famous tv shows|
at 09:09 17 May 2019
Inspired by a thread below.
I cant claim anyone direct, but a chap who used to work for me - his Grandad was Michael Gwynn - who played "Lord Melbury" in the opening episode of fawlty towers.
anyone got anything else?
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