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losh1971

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Been trimming nose hairs for over 25 years, and it's nothing. It's when you have the hairdresser shave your back, you have a problem, like I do. I'm not game to have my arse shaved, even though that's so bushy now I have problems with clingers after my morning bog.
 

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Been trimming nose hairs for over 25 years, and it's nothing. It's when you have the hairdresser shave your back, you have a problem, like I do. I'm not game to have my arse shaved, even though that's so bushy now I have problems with clingers after my morning bog.
Oh My! :eek:
Sheep farmers / shearers refer to those clingers as......'dags'
Time to get yourself down to the shearing shed old mate :p
 

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Been trimming nose hairs for over 25 years, and it's nothing. It's when you have the hairdresser shave your back, you have a problem, like I do. I'm not game to have my arse shaved, even though that's so bushy now I have problems with clingers after my morning bog.
**** too much information. lol o_O
 

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I was browsing through job vacancies online and saw an ad for warehouse workers via a 'private advertiser representing multiple clients'......probably a dodgy private employment service provider as no company name was listed.

Anyway, after reading all the usual blurb about skills and experience, at the end of the ad it had:

Perks - What's in it for You?
- Full-time employment​
- Weekly pay​

I kid you not, LMFAO, who wrote this stuff? Or is this the new normal?

A 'perk' of having a job today is that it's full-time and you get paid.

Jesus, these used to be basic standard conditions/requirements, not perks.
 

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I was browsing through job vacancies online and saw an ad for warehouse workers via a 'private advertiser representing multiple clients'......probably a dodgy private employment service provider as no company name was listed.

Anyway, after reading all the usual blurb about skills and experience, at the end of the ad it had:

Perks - What's in it for You?
- Full-time employment​
- Weekly pay​

I kid you not, LMFAO, who wrote this stuff? Or is this the new normal?

A 'perk' of having a job today is that it's full-time and you get paid.

Jesus, these used to be basic standard conditions/requirements, not perks.
Full time employment is a rarity these days. The LNP and the most powerful union in the country, The Business Council of Australia have been working hard to make it this way!
 

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Full time employment is a rarity these days. The LNP and the most powerful union in the country, The Business Council of Australia have been working hard to make it this way!
And I think it won`t be good.
 

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Honey on toast and having a long moustache does not mix well.
 
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