Further Things That Are Wrong


#701

and theyre probably meetings for the sake of meetings. poor chap probably doesn’t know how to filter down to the essential meetings or to push back on why he should be there and why the cock of an organizer thinks he can schedule outside of core hours


#702

Eh, you realise he may not be in some cushy civil service number like you? (and me)


#703

Ive done in it in the private sector too. unless hes some mindless worker drone from sector 7G, he still has the power of no on his side.


#704

Don’t mind them, go to your meeting, be positive, contribute and then at 5:30 take control and start summarising what needs to actioned and get out of there.


#705

Lads wearing caps/hats indoors
Wrong on a few levels


#706

Upstairs and downstairs.


#707

:joy: The old ones are the best.


#708

No mention of scarf wearing funboys?


#709

:clap: some lad with a gripe obviously.


#710

It was a woman :face_with_monocle:


#711

She needs a kick in the babymaker.

Also, I got ripped apart here a few weeks back for demanding meetings with management after 5:00pm on fridays etc. The same lads are now saying it’s ok :thinking:


#712

Kick her in the fanny Kelly!


#713

There’s a difference between a Wednesday and a Friday


#714

Especially when you are out the gap by 12:30 on a Friday :smiley:


#715

If you don’t have a meeting @5:00 the 12:30 finish is grand …


#716

@glasagusban


#717

Significantly heavier sentence than many of the Asian child rapist gang members got for far more prolonged and vicious crimes on far more vulnerable children. Still, I suppose it wasn’t in London.


#718

This one should should have her skinned flayed off then be thrown in a vat of acid


#719

And they say the devil doesn’t exist


#720

Lads who go to Cheltenham for the weekend and spend their evening on TFK.

Go live a little lads. As good as TFK is, there is more to life than it.