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    Quote Originally Posted by MyUserName View Post
    Sounds like a sequel to Lock, stock and two smoking barrells.
    The original was 'Golf, masturbating & strangling animals'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barrydidit View Post
    Funnily enough a friend knows the real person who the posh weed grower was based on

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMarkyMark View Post
    Funnily enough a friend knows the real person who the posh weed grower was based on
    If he's got any bundles of cash that need counting, i've got a free weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Blue Plymouth View Post
    Imagine you're a coder but have had enough of IT, the money isn't that important to you anymore but you need to carry on working for another 10 years.

    Is there anything that would pay, say £30-40k pa for which you would be suited without retraining?

    I can't help feeling the choice is stick with the status quo. get a plan b together or just site for a cr@p paying McJob.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Blue Plymouth View Post
    Imagine you're a coder but have had enough of IT, the money isn't that important to you anymore but you need to carry on working for another 10 years.

    Is there anything that would pay, say £30-40k pa for which you would be suited without retraining?

    I can't help feeling the choice is stick with the status quo. get a plan b together or just site for a cr@p paying McJob.
    Well if you like cycling, why not become a Deliveroo rider?

    I heard this morning that McDonalds are introducing a home delivery service.

    Quite tempted to put myself out to tender as it happens as I feel I have a competitive edge in terms of the number of happy meals I can carry on my 'bent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MyUserName View Post
    Sounds like a sequel to Lock, stock and two smoking barrells.
    On a bit of a tangent, anyone seen RocknRolla? Stumbled across it over Easter and really rather enjoyed it.

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