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    Quote Originally Posted by benchmark00 View Post
    Go there on a date? It's a place for lovers.
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    Went out on my Sunday (y)
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    Quote Originally Posted by benchmark00 View Post
    Go there on a date? It's a place for lovers.
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    He went there with his daughter iirc..
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    Quote Originally Posted by GIMH View Post
    I'm thinking about promotion
    Me too, despite only being in this post 2 months. Getting bored of it already. Management is not me, I need to get back to working cases fast.

    Got my eye on one already, it'd be a level move to start with, but working towards the next grade. Would also get me a move back to Manchester/Civilization too


    Just CBA writing the 750 words needed for the competencies, as I'm invariably **** at those things, give me an interview any day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpr View Post
    Me too, despite only being in this post 2 months. Getting bored of it already. Management is not me, I need to get back to working cases fast.

    Got my eye on one already, it'd be a level move to start with, but working towards the next grade. Would also get me a move back to Manchester/Civilization too


    Just CBA writing the 750 words needed for the competencies, as I'm invariably **** at those things, give me an interview any day.
    What is your current grade?


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    Just band O. Going to apply for the BDDP for the HO if I can be bothered writing it up. Couple of mates went for it last year, both at AO level at the time, one got it, the other got to the final interview. As I've always outscored both of them on the Fast Stream program before, thinking I must stand a chance at all the tests etc (especially as I scored 97% on the last lot of tests for this promotion). Only downside is its based on written competencies for the final stage, rather than actual interview.

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    Wondering if everyone who plays Stick Cricket on their phone does what I do in the World Domination game and lets Gavaskar get out ASAP because he's such a ****?

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    Applying a cricket bat grip - the true test of manhood and patience
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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Nationaux View Post
    Keep thinking.

    Have you got it? If yes then congrats.
    Quote Originally Posted by cpr View Post
    Me too, despite only being in this post 2 months. Getting bored of it already. Management is not me, I need to get back to working cases fast.

    Got my eye on one already, it'd be a level move to start with, but working towards the next grade. Would also get me a move back to Manchester/Civilization too


    Just CBA writing the 750 words needed for the competencies, as I'm invariably **** at those things, give me an interview any day.
    Was talking about the football kind tbf. Work promotion, maybe soon, but it's hard finding a job at the grade above that comes with a car, which financially make it much less worth it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wellAlbidarned View Post
    Applying a cricket bat grip - the true test of manhood and patience
    Too much like rolling a condom on another man's wang for mine.*














    *Not that there's anything wrong with that.


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    Find it more like putting one on my own tbh, but maybe the dimensions are different for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by wellAlbidarned View Post
    Find it more like putting one on my own tbh, but maybe the dimensions are different for you
    And smalishah's avatar is the most classy one by far Jan certainly echoes the sentiments of CW

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    btw I am thinking......why the hell does Jade Dernbach get selected in ODIs for England?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    Too much like rolling a condom on another man's wang for mine.*














    *Not that there's anything wrong with that.




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