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It's PanDENmonium! [Off Topic Chat]

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  • Jhcx wrote: »
    Only been in my job a month already starting to question whether I'll be able to keep it up. It's a grand job but like yesterday and today proved tough not getting 2 seconds without you name being called. Feel like going to get nothing done. And making so many mistakes cause of the rush.

    I Know the feeling.
    "Junco can you get me change?"
    "Junco can I take my break?"
    "Junco there's someone on the phone looking for you"
    "Junco, junco , Junco"




  • Out of curiosity, i wonder how many of you i talk to in cork at the weekend. Im actually such an odd drunk duck. I say hi to everyone and have some many random convos. saw about 6 people i know to see.




  • There's a typo on page 8 of my Harry Potter script.

    "Get ready to being amazed."



    *tosses book in fire*




  • wnolan1992 wrote: »
    There's a typo on page 8 of my Harry Potter script.

    "Get ready to being amazed."



    *tosses book in fire*

    *Fire spits out a piece of paper, inscribed Harry Potter *




  • Jhcx wrote: »
    *Fire spits out a piece of paper, inscribed Harry Potter *

    OH SH*T SON! What a reference! :D


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  • Seeing as we are on a HP theme...

    Today I found out the name of the actor who played Oliver"I would"Wood is Sean Biggerstaff

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    I have an exam tomorrow. What am I doing :P




  • Procrastinating, like I am?




  • When applying for a job through email, should the body of my email be my cover letter with the CV attached or should my cover letter and CV both be attached?
    If both should be attached what should I write in the email body?

    Also I sent a message to a new business thats opening before they even advertised jobs and they gave me an email to send cv to.
    However theyre actually advertising jobs and theyre using a new email and also stressing how retail experience is essential.
    My last CV I sent them (over a month ago now) I hadnt any retail experience, but I actually have my CV updated now with my current retail shizz.
    So like, do I just email this new address with my new CV? How do I make them read it and actually realise that I am now perfect for the job as opposed to before I had this retail experience?

    Tl;dr Help me get a better job xxx




  • Studying for my exam in 12 hours, I havent half of what I want covered and what I do have covered, well I dont understand, the more I read the more confused I get

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  • HugsiePie wrote: »
    Studying for my exam in 12 hours, I havent half of what I want covered and what I do have covered, well I dont understand, the more I read the more confused I get

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    What's your exam in?


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  • Land Law can go screw itself.




  • Land Law can go screw itself.

    AUGUST ANGST AMIGAS!!!!! (What summer?! :pac:)

    What day are you finished my dear?!




  • My uncle told me I carry myself like a guard yesterday.

    An odd thing to say but he is the third person to say it to me in the last year or so.

    I don't know what that means .




  • It means to get yourself off to Templemore. :pac:




  • Yeah Junco, off to Templemore with you. We could do with a man on the inside to play the system... :P


    Did your uncle say this to you after you asked him to get out of the ve-hicle?




  • No templemore for me thank you.
    Even in my ****.ty service industry job I get paid more than the guards. Only occasionally have to deal with scumbags and junkies.
    Do not want to take a paycut and deal with them full time.

    If I could track down a uniform though I could embark on a career as a car third though.

    Step out of the vayhickle please sir.

    Sound I'll see you later boss.




  • HugsiePie wrote: »
    Studying for my exam in 12 hours, I havent half of what I want covered and what I do have covered, well I dont understand, the more I read the more confused I get

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    Guess what topic came up in my exam :pac:
    And even tho I had my choice of questions guess what question I decided to do anyways :pac:




  • HugsiePie wrote: »
    AUGUST ANGST AMIGAS!!!!! (What summer?! :pac:)

    What day are you finished my dear?!

    Thursday! I shall drink from the keg of glory, and need an assistant to bring me the finest coffee and muffins in all the land.

    I'm currently rewatching the west wing. It's totally appropriate, like half the characters are lawyers.




  • My uncle told me I carry myself like a guard yesterday.

    An odd thing to say but he is the third person to say it to me in the last year or so.

    I don't know what that means .

    This is exactly how i picture guards walking. just waddling everywhere. :D honest to god does it not look like there are. just cant walk in a straight line honestly yer man on the left just reminds me of a puppet im so sorry but its what i see.

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    In saying all that i ve been told i stand like a bouncer so... meh




  • Random question, but does anyone here actually know any Gardai? Like, have any of your friends gone to Templemore or have you met a Garda someplace else and become friends?

    I mean, I know there's only 13,000 or so of them in the country, but it surprises me that I don't think I've met any in the wild...


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  • wnolan1992 wrote: »
    Random question, but does anyone here actually know any Gardai? Like, have any of your friends gone to Templemore or have you met a Garda someplace else and become friends?

    I mean, I know there's only 13,000 or so of them in the country, but it surprises me that I don't think I've met any in the wild...

    And here we have a fine specimen of a super intendant, as he watches over his barracks with great caution and pride. The underlings dare not challenge him or feel the rath of a suspension.
    An intruder approaches, all is calm, the gardai are weary but hold their ground......it is just a false alarm, the intruder was reporting stolen goods, and he quickly makes his way back to his den and leaves the gardai to continue their filing.
    But hark, the sounds of sirens drive the underlings from the sweet comfort of their barrakcs to a more desolate dangerous location on the outskirts of town, in hopes that a paycheck will soon arrive. There are vicious attackers preying on the defensless citizens, but as the gaurdians of the jungle, I mean town, with one flail swoop of pepper spray, the attackers are underhanded by the gardai and are bought back to the barracks for interrogation and charging, a most delectable activity.




  • Go study Hugsie. :pac:




  • HugsiePie wrote: »
    And here we have a fine specimen of a super intendant, as he watches over his barracks with great caution and pride. The underlings dare not challenge him or feel the rath of a suspension.
    An intruder approaches, all is calm, the gardai are weary but hold their ground......it is just a false alarm, the intruder was reporting stolen goods, and he quickly makes his way back to his den and leaves the gardai to continue their filing.
    But hark, the sounds of sirens drive the underlings from the sweet comfort of their barrakcs to a more desolate dangerous location on the outskirts of town, in hopes that a paycheck will soon arrive. There are vicious attackers preying on the defensless citizens, but as the gaurdians of the jungle, I mean town, with one flail swoop of pepper spray, the attackers are underhanded by the gardai and are bought back to the barracks for interrogation and charging, a most delectable activity.
    pajor wrote: »
    Go study Hugsie. :pac:

    I don't think it's possible to study when you're that hammered... :pac:




  • I met what must have been 9 or ten of them in the stairwell of my building today. Walking someone out. Not exactly what I was expecting when the landing door popped open. It was like a clown car.

    Was on a whiskey tasting at a distillery one time and got talking to a detective over pints. Big long discussion about the Americans being armed versus the Irish unarmed guards.

    There's one lad from my lc class who just got accepted into the college. He'll be a stereotypical guard based in what I remember about him.




  • wnolan1992 wrote: »
    I don't think it's possible to study when you're that hammered... :pac:

    Im not drunk but Im probably high on a caffeine overdose.....which is the equivalent to a small dose of methadone did you know? I did, its one of the many things Ive learned this past week, not the nitrogen cycle like I was supposed to, but the effects of caffeine on an individual, ask me anything :pac:




  • HugsiePie wrote: »
    Im not drunk but Im probably high on a caffeine overdose.....which is the equivalent to a small dose of methadone did you know? I did, its one of the many things Ive learned this past week, not the nitrogen cycle like I was supposed to, but the effects of caffeine on an individual, ask me anything :pac:

    So guess what came up on my exam today, and guess who still didnt know how to answer it....... :o




  • It's ok, I have an exam in four hours that I've studied one question for. And I can probably rattle off another.




  • For the first time in 3 years, I'm living at my parents' full time because I couldn't find a new place in Limerick on time before my lease ended.

    It's been 24 hours. I'm ready to leave now.

    So fellow C&Hers, give me things to keep me sane in this dark time, and if you happen to see a nice double bedroom going in Castletroy or Limerick City for ~€400/month, 'gis a shout plz! :o :P




  • wnolan1992 wrote: »
    For the first time in 3 years, I'm living at my parents' full time because I couldn't find a new place in Limerick on time before my lease ended.

    It's been 24 hours. I'm ready to leave now.

    So fellow C&Hers, give me things to keep me sane in this dark time, and if you happen to see a nice double bedroom going in Castletroy or Limerick City for ~€400/month, 'gis a shout plz! :o :P
    It's full of hell and doesn't get easier 👀


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  • When are we going to have our C&H Limerick beers? :P


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