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  • Well that's my 6 months of lying around finished, back to work.
  • loughor
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    I donโ€™t know you fella, but thatโ€™s chuffin ace. Best of luck fella

    doris5000
    Member

    nicely done!

    You’re gonna love it.

    Sounds a bit like my uncle in fact – spent years (decades) as a Securicor driver/general security guard, putting up with more and more crap until one day he finally left and got a job helping at a local disabled school – a lot of which was driving the minibus. He loves it, loves the kids, and hasn’t been held up by a smackhead with a syringe in ages ๐Ÿ˜€

    Premier Icon jkomo
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    Great news.

    Premier Icon Davesport
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    Aye, congratulations from me too. Family first, everything else 2nd.

    Premier Icon Pik n Mix
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    Congrats, enjoy your freedom from you previous job and many warm wishes on the continued recovery of the Mrs.

    Congrats. Bet you’ll have some great stories to scare the shit out of the old dears as you drive them around.

    I won’t miss that crap that’s for sure!
    I haven’t been held up at syringepoint but I’ve been threatened/approached with a hefty metal tube (baton came out) & had a telly launched at me from a landing above. Plus the daily barrage of personal abuse of course!
    & I’ve been lucky compared to a lot of HMP staff.

    thegreatape
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    61 eh? Time to start planning how you’re going to get your hands on that retirement house in Onich!

    Delighted for you that your out of the prisons, must be worse than my lot.

    Premier Icon kilo
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    Congratulations!, resist the temptation to handcuff them and lead them on one by one ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Time to start planning how you’re going to get your hands on that retirement house in Onich!

    It’s still on my list! What do you reckon that’s worth? 750K + ?

    thegreatape
    Member

    It’s got to be heading that way. Although you can get a lot for your money up here, that’s got some compelling features!

    duckman
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    I looked at grad entry to the prison service when I was hating teaching…sod that! Good on you getting away from that.

    Coyote
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    Genuinely pleased for you and well done for sticking to your guns!

    Premier Icon molgrips
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    Congrats. My Father in law in his late 60s does this and loves it.

    vickypea
    Member

    Good news! Congratulations on the new job and glad your wife is getting better.

    Thanks again for all the replies & good wishes everyone!
    Appreciate it/them!

    Klunk
    Member

    bloody civil servants make me sick ๐Ÿ˜‰ congrats btw

    Premier Icon Sandwich
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    Wait until one of the clients comes at you with a full colostomy bag.

    All the best.

    CountZero
    Member

    I’m surprised they let you drive at your age!

    Cheeky sod! I got a job last year driving for BCA Logistics and Iโ€™m 63!
    Congrats, essel, got to be better than a job with masses of stress, like my previous job. Loving what Iโ€™m doing now.

    Wait till one of the clients comes at you with a full colostomy bag

    Ha! Except in my OP I said…

    Went off sick back April when Mrs Egf was diagnosed with bowel cancer,

    I’ve helped her change it twice today. (she calls it ‘Percy’ Percy the shitbag)

    It’s ok, you weren’t to know.

    gordimhor
    Member

    Good luck with the new job and all the best to your Mrs

    Premier Icon Sandwich
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    It’s ok, you weren’t to know.

    I assumed one of the better outcomes for Mrs EGF.

    trail_rat
    Member

    Good for you family first.

    Dunno what it’s like in prison service but everyone assumed you would back down at the last minute when I played the family card on a very important family funeral and had to come back from foreign climes leaving company in a sticky situation.

    Only you and yours have your back be sure you have theirs.

    Well done for seeing it through and not being one of the spineless.

    Hope things pick up for you all

    I assumed one of the better outcomes for Mrs EGF.

    She didn’t have a stoma straight after the initial operation, that was done on the 2nd op (3 days after the 1st) due to the join in the bowel giving way & peritonitis/sepsis/whatever it was taking hold. Then it was found her gall bladder had ruptured, causing a different infection again! So she had a 3rd operation to clean that out, 7 days after the 2nd one! Lordy my, what a **** year.

    Anyway, if any old folk come at me with a full colostomy bag, I’ll be ready! ๐Ÿ˜†
    (at least I’d be a good help in changing it for a new one)

    Percy the shitbag

    If I had a quid for every time I’ve been called that… ๐Ÿ˜‰

    cynic-al
    Member

    I N R A T S but did you get your legals looked at re a claim?

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