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Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
21%
  
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
15%
  
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
27%
  
d. Moyes out
35%
  
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham
2%
  



Nutsin 9:02 Tue Dec 7
Co workers
I sit in an Office full of characters, fella next to me loves a joke and is always sharing and wanting to hear any jokes going around, he’s always laughing.

Then there’s this other fella who is always aggro, breaths through his mouth when eating and is the sort of fella you just can’t help but wind up…..


Got a Geordie who loves a pint and a bit of banter, bit of a character and then there’s “no flies on Jerry” who walks around as if his shit doesn’t stink.

A few Americans who like Man U, one who likes Spurs, yes, he’s a bit of a wanker.

Couple of Jews, one of them looks like Mickey Rooney.

Some real characters for the most part, couple of slippery cunts and a couple of wankers.

A fellow Brit is top producer, he is killing it, has been for years, he’s a Villa fan.

All in all not a bad place to work.

What about you lot, what do u have to tolerate at work?

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simon.s 7:22 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
Used to be a woman at our place whose surname was cunting.

dm 5:54 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
Side of ham
What ever can you mean? ;-)

Side of Ham 5:47 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
dm there's a Marillion reasons you'd be the office cunt...... :-)

azel senior 5:43 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
I'm probably the office cunt these days, as recently moved into the office floor where we have a couple of dozen designers who like it to be like a library.

My almost constant guffawing and swearing is not going down well.

Nutsin 5:19 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
Dm

I’m definitely the office cunt, in every way imaginable.

dm 4:49 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
There was a thread on here a few years ago about 'the office cunt' and someone pointed out that anyone who says that there isn't an office cunt in their office is almost certainly unaware that he is himself the office cunt.

I'm probably the office cunt in my office, because almost everyone else hates my music.

Moncurs Putting Iron 4:14 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
Aalborg,

That must have been one great burger.

Aalborg Hammer 4:11 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
MPI and Trent - I'll see your Pornphan and Wayne King and show you a Wendy Wank

Moncurs Putting Iron 3:32 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
Ok. Thats a draw.

MrTrentReznor 3:21 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
I also have a Pornphan.

Moncurs Putting Iron 3:04 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
I will see your Wayne King and raise you a Beena Wankar and a Phani Tikkala.


One of the few upsides of offshoring in the 90s and noughties.

MrTrentReznor 2:44 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
I had a colleague & his name was Wayne King.
No joke.

Moncurs Putting Iron 2:25 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
My co-workers are in the UK, Netherlands, Hungary and India and I will never meet most of them.

The people I used to sit with did the same job as me in similar matrix teams so whilst there was some value in going to an office my work didnt suffer during lock down and my costs went down.

I am still working from home for that reason, and for that reason I don't care much about them beyond work just ensuring none of them burn out or are lazy cunts not pulling their weight.

My daily interactions with you lot have more impact frankly.

Aalborg Hammer 2:00 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
Worked in a drawing office for years - lots of characters -down the pub at the drop of a hat
The sense of humour was very non-PC and it was tolerated
(to a point) as people had a sense of humour
I'm a contractor and the company merged with another.
People from the other company came in (mostly middle management) Lunchtime drinking wasn't tolerated to the same degree although no-one misbehaved and the atmosphere changed almost overnight with corporate guidelines introduced.
Working from home the last 18 months - I do miss the crack though - I start a new job on Monday working in an office so we'll see !

Mr Anon 10:44 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
started new job few months ago. Despite it being quite a corporate role, astounded to find out out of a team of 8, I'm in a minority that think the Earth isn't flat. they're all normal people, they just don't believe anything "official"

well weird

Mr Anon 10:44 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
started new job few months ago. Despite it being quite a corporate role, astounded to find out out of a team of 8, I'm in a minority that think the Earth isn't flat. they're all normal people, they just don't believe anything "official"

well weird

eswing hammer 9:14 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
I’m working on a site in Southend opp adventure island , some real characters here , the agency sends them down from the social housing or whatever it’s called in York road , they’ve had hard lives these people , hope l am still here for the Christmas drink !

Alfs 4:07 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
I haven't worked in an office since 1987. It's my idea of hell. Nutsin has confirmed that.

bruuuno 1:21 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
All my colleagues are either foreign or have something wrong with them mentally. Most of them are beautiful souls although somewhat dis functional

Nutsin 1:09 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
Hammer-Ed

?

Hammer-ed 12:46 Wed Dec 8
Re: Co workers
Nutsin cut your losses and OUIT from there.

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