Food and chefs being sexed up as if its all desperately necessary and cool

 

It's not - I hate, literally hate Gordon Ramsay and that fat tongued cookery gimp Jamie Oliver.

 

Message to both - you're not in the army - you're not saving lives.

You're making sandwiches and nothing more !!!

Oh I have been at work and told,

"Our cleaners are almost OCD about cleanliness. They even scrub the ceilings"

 

They set the bar impossibly high but managers act as if this is the standard they now expect from everyone.

I have seen this lead to constant criticism of other staff doing a perfectly reasonable job.

Or causing people to exhaust themselves into sickness trying to keep up.

I randomly chose a LINKEDin profile - here you go . . .

 

"As a project director and market analyst in the mobile web, connected vehicles and insurance telematics markets, I have a solid knowledge of practices, standards, companies and business models within this space."

 

I wonder why I'm not working in the business sector with this kinda crap being admired.

 

I'm just watching the opening credits to the James Martin cookery programme called Home Comforts.

 

In the voiceover Martin says "I like nothing more than cooking wholesome, hearty food that brings people together".

 

Blah, blah, blah. Another often tripped out sentiment used by many a TV chuff to get us to think they are loving family types and not money grabbing dolts trying to plug their latest book... off the back of the series we are watching! 

Originally Posted by Saint:

Public toilet in local Tesco

Goes in - there's a 4yr old girl with her Dad and young brother!!!

While men take a wee at the urinals !!!

I walked out !!!!

 

I find it more disconcerting when I go into the toilet in bars and find fully grown women waiting for toilet in the gents while men all around urinate.

 

 

P.S. To my above post...we keep hearing how low the unemployment rate is but there are so many on zero hour contracts, its a disgrace. While it may suit some people, my guess is a majority would rather have "guaranteed" weekly employment and not just at the whim of an employer.

Originally Posted by moonie:

P.S. To my above post...we keep hearing how low the unemployment rate is but there are so many on zero hour contracts, its a disgrace. While it may suit some people, my guess is a majority would rather have "guaranteed" weekly employment and not just at the whim of an employer.

my son was put on that moonie..he couldn't live like that..got full time job now tho

Originally Posted by tina .:
Originally Posted by moonie:

P.S. To my above post...we keep hearing how low the unemployment rate is but there are so many on zero hour contracts, its a disgrace. While it may suit some people, my guess is a majority would rather have "guaranteed" weekly employment and not just at the whim of an employer.

my son was put on that moonie..he couldn't live like that..got full time job now tho

Well done to your son for managing to find a full time job Tina  

Was it Come Dine with Me or Dinner Date perhaps - where someone said,

"I use my bath water to water the plants - I like to conserve our resources"

 

We are probably the WETTEST country in Europe FGS!!!

Conserving water achieves nothing in the UK.

 

A classic case of  brain washed do-gooder-ism

About 7yrs ago ...

Xmas card to USA = £1

Today

Large Xmas card to USA = £2.25

 

 

Post Office attempt to scupper efforts to foster international relations bringing about the potential for a new Cold War and the break down of modern civilisation.

The swines !!!!

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