Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by P'NutButter, Mar 23, 2015.
Sue the fuckers
That's a shameful way to treat anyone, take it to the local papers, post in on facebook, shame them!
I know hindsight is 20/20 in those situations, but if someone is blocking you from exiting you can call the police I think. I'm sorry it all happened to you and hope you are doing better now. Report them for scamming you.
@colouroffensive post that on their Facebook or tweet about it.
Surely that's false imprisonment.
Having 9 interviewers over 4 months only for them to decide (just as they were about to offer me the role) that they are changing the country it’s in
Horrendous, I usually don’t believe in leaving negative reviews online, but I’d make an exception here.
What the fuck? I go to Mr Toppers in Soho, and its the definition of cheap and cheerful but they get the job done.
Mr Toppers in Soho has saved me numerous times. And there are hotties working there.
I agree. Lots of negative feedback online. I would also ring 101 and report it to the police and I'm not sure that's even legal.
Mr Toppers Brighton rebranded as Mr Leo...?
It's hot, I'm in my garden sweating my bollocks off... my neighbour decides it's time to play 'Dear Future Husband'.
Start to play Maneater at 3x the volume.
Aren’t there laws about seeing crimes being committed and not reporting them?
<Something something> but Dear Future Husbop!
People calling biscuits 'cookies'.
Plot Twist: They just readvertised the role with the exact same description and location as the one I originally applied for.
I live on a street with 4 houses and a garage on it, and yet somehow the DPD driver still managed to try to deliver a parcel to the wrong house. I get that you’re rushed trying to get through all the deliveries but come on. Surely the big ‘3’ on the house you tried to deliver to gave it away that... you were at the wrong house on the wrong side of the street.
I'm 32 tomorrow. I don't know where the time has gone?
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