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milanbenes
4th August 2006, 13:51
not this weekend ;)

and won't be back 'till Thursday

Milan.

Pondlife
4th August 2006, 14:01
Think of the money Milan, think of the money. :eek:

Plus, what happens if there's a problem - the backup tapes will all be 2 weeks old. :D

el duder
4th August 2006, 14:03
milan. how many years have u invested in this website?

milanbenes
4th August 2006, 14:04
he he

not 'alf pop pickers

just hope the robot doesn't have any problems with the media while I am away

What we all doing this weekend folks ?

I'll be choosing 1x kitchen and 2x bathrooms, or should I better say, agreeing to what the Mrs chooses.

Milan.

milanbenes
4th August 2006, 14:05
not as much as others Willy.

does your mum still cress you in short trowsers ?


Milan.

Francko
4th August 2006, 14:51
not this weekend ;)

and won't be back 'till Thursday

Milan.

Ironically I'll be working this weekend. :-)

sasguru
4th August 2006, 15:02
Ironically I'll be working this weekend. :-)

Every little helps ...

AtW
4th August 2006, 16:54
Don't worry Milan, I will work double hard this weekend.

Francko
4th August 2006, 17:14
Don't worry Milan, I will work double hard this weekend.

1*0=0

2*0=0 .... still! :D

darmstadt
4th August 2006, 21:36
I is. Is it 'cos I is a contractor?

hyperD
4th August 2006, 21:55
I'll be choosing 1x kitchen and 2x bathrooms, or should I better say, agreeing to what the Mrs chooses.

Milan.
Milan, me old beans, exactly what we were doing today. Had to take a day off from impending deadlines etc just to satisfy the other half (she who thinks £££ grows on me telling her I work in IT, so that must be right, eh?)

8 hours later with no lunch, I'm fecked off, she's fecked off, I'm pissing off the salesman because I haven't eaten for 12 hours and my breath smells like Chico's knob...

Jezus....

Lucifer Box
4th August 2006, 22:46
I had the same potential scenario two weekends ago. In order to avoid it, I just told Mrs Lucifer to go and choose whatever she wanted, on the grounds that if I went, we'd disagree, have a fight, and end up getting whatever it was she wanted anyway.

Seems to have worked fine so far (although I haven't seen the new bathroom suite yet and will do for the first time when it is delivered tomorrow).

wendigo100
4th August 2006, 23:16
my breath smells like Chico's knob...So does mine.

Dalek Supreme
4th August 2006, 23:33
my breath smells like Chico's knob...
Chico's breath smells like my knob, err plunger, err whatever.

ferret
5th August 2006, 00:14
So does mine.

So 9 out of 10 contractors breath smells like young boys?

chef
5th August 2006, 00:15
is this the new fashion then?

everyone's breath should smell like chico's knob :confused:

'chico de toilette' :confused:

s2budd
5th August 2006, 16:33
I will not be. My £400 per day contract - double on Sundays only lasted two weeks. Shame.
Back to normal daily rates then.

Helios
6th August 2006, 06:43
Don't worry Milan, I will work double hard this weekend.

BEWARE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
DONT FEED THE TROLL

Helios
6th August 2006, 06:48
I will not be. My £400 per day contract - double on Sundays only lasted two weeks. Shame.
Back to normal daily rates then.

To be earning a gross of 400 a day, you must be ccna and mcse certified not to mention compaq and ibm or dell?
I am only A+ and network + at the mo. From experience agencies and clients dont check your certs. Do you think a ccna and msce would pass on my cv if I could talk?