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Met an old school friend last night,

He was your usual worky ticket at school, always in trouble, left school 6/7 years ago with only a few GCSE's.

I even saw him a few years back when he was serving his community service after being taken to court.

Now he's a mortgage adviser

My god, it now seems clear to me that any muppet is now a property expert.

I'll keep saving and advise myself when it comes to needing a mortgage, after all If this is the type of person whose job it is to advise me then I think i'll be better off on my own!

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Favre, "worky ticket" is a phrase I haven't heard since I left home in 1985. Made me LOL. Are you from the North East?

Sure am and where are you frm?

I didnt know "worky ticket" was a North East phrase!

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Met an old school friend last night,

He was your usual worky ticket at school, always in trouble, left school 6/7 years ago with only a few GCSE's.

I even saw him a few years back when he was serving his community service after being taken to court.

Now he's a mortgage adviser

My god, it now seems clear to me that any muppet is now a property expert.

I'll keep saving and advise myself when it comes to needing a mortgage, after all If this is the type of person whose job it is to advise me then I think i'll be better off on my own!

Favre

Had an 'independent' mortgage advisor call around to my parents last week. Times must be hard as he was cold calling (prob illegal). He talked about the property boom, good investment, yadda yadda yadda

I was about to get into an argument with him for the fun of it, but thankfully I asked him the key question:

"What qualifies you to give financial information?"

His answer?

Wait for it.

"I have a GCSE in Maths"

:lol::lol::lol:

Edited by Mr Blek

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Met an old school friend last night,

He was your usual worky ticket at school, always in trouble, left school 6/7 years ago with only a few GCSE's.

I even saw him a few years back when he was serving his community service after being taken to court.

Now he's a mortgage adviser

My god, it now seems clear to me that any muppet is now a property expert.

I'll keep saving and advise myself when it comes to needing a mortgage, after all If this is the type of person whose job it is to advise me then I think i'll be better off on my own!

Favre

Dude you have some choice mates.

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Er...what the hell is a worky ticket?

:blink:

WORKY TICKET: A troublesome, bothersome waster, wind up merchant, who causes people grief just for the sake of it. Usually followed by some sort of possible violent provocation. A radgie gadgie!

In vogue circa 70/80's around Hartlepool- Teesside area

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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