General Discussion: The life advice thread. Never do, say, eat or drink anything without asking how to do it in here first!


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Mr.X.
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2823 posts since 23/6/13

12 Feb 2014 22:51
You didn't have to change the username…
supersonik-zlad
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25 posts since 5/2/11

13 Feb 2014 11:07
Somewhere decent in London for a haircut in the £20 region? Preferably where I don't need to make an appointment.
AMK
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308 posts since 7/1/13

16 Feb 2014 14:53
Need to add Mr X to the fuk autistic spectrum. He's like milspex, but less amusing
jimmoleum
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1304 posts since 15/5/12

16 Feb 2014 15:24
Any recommendations for a good leather protector for a cream mulberry handbag?
Mr.X.
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2823 posts since 23/6/13

16 Feb 2014 16:51
Said the inventor of HorseBird who wears black converse on one foot and a red one on the other.

AMK wrote: Need to add Mr X to the fuk autistic spectrum. He's like milspex, but less amusing
AMK
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308 posts since 7/1/13

17 Feb 2014 13:14
It was white and red. Maybe i'm wrong, a real autistic would have remembered that. Just a twat then
d_low
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804 posts since 20/8/10

18 Feb 2014 20:52
Can't find the London thread sorry but is the Citymapper app the best for finding my way around? Going to have to get from the O2 to Tower Hill after the tubes finish. Would I be looking at big £££ in a taxi?

Thanks
mAK
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477 posts since 28/4/13

18 Feb 2014 22:11
yea citymapper is the go, can sort out what buses you need and will even give you a good estimate of how much a black cab will be
d_low
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804 posts since 20/8/10

18 Feb 2014 23:50
skuxxil wrote: yea citymapper is the go, can sort out what buses you need and will even give you a good estimate of how much a black cab will be

Ah lovely. Cheers man Cool
velvet
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9513 posts since 12/6/06

19 Feb 2014 11:35
I need to hire a small van for 1 day next Friday in south London
anyone recommend a company?
CovOne
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8652 posts since 17/8/04

19 Feb 2014 15:02
We have a few accountant type people on here don't we?

My sister has some information on her regarding a home learning college level 2 AAT qualification. She is bright but has the common sense of a div so I said I would do some searching around for her.

Can anyone point my in the direction of a simple qualification map/tree/route or whatever you want to call it?
If it matters she has a-level Maths at A and a 1st class unrelated degree. She currently teaches Numeracy/Literacy unqualified in a college.

Best way to approach getting a decent qualification?
phikz
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3123 posts since 14/4/09

20 Feb 2014 13:25
An official caution isn't really gonna effect the chances of obtaining a 12-month working visa in Australia right?
San
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10493 posts since 14/11/05

20 Feb 2014 18:38
Cov - Do you want the best route to become a qualified accountant taking in to account exemptions etc if available from scratch?
CovOne
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8652 posts since 17/8/04

20 Feb 2014 18:43
Pretty much yeah, in her position the most logical way to obtain qualification.
FrIEND
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13427 posts since 27/11/03

20 Feb 2014 18:58
phikz wrote: An official caution isn't really gonna effect the chances of obtaining a 12-month working visa in Australia right?

It's got to help if anything
snaye
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10637 posts since 24/10/02

20 Feb 2014 18:59
Laughing out loud
rural
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17518 posts since 26/9/06

20 Feb 2014 19:53
Laughing out loud
phikz
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3123 posts since 14/4/09

20 Feb 2014 20:22
Fuck sake Roll Eyes for real though is the process really that stringent, that a caution would hinder the chances of being approved to the extent that I'd need to worry? Or is it just something that you must declare as a formality, but that won't actually make TOO much of a difference? Haven't really got a clue.
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

20 Feb 2014 20:26
Relax fam, relax.
gawkrodger
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7488 posts since 4/11/08

20 Feb 2014 20:45
Laughing out loud