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  1. Surprised no one mentioned it

    Good thing about this weather = fit girls showing more flesh. Should be a law ensuring this Bad thing about this weather = fat girls showing more flesh. Should be banned by punishment of death
  2. This 42 stone woman

    Also, reminds me of a couple of 'larger' ladies - standing outside a Chinese Herble shop asking what they had for weight loss. Doing this whilst scoffing a (very nice smelling) Greggs Steak bake, a bottle of full fat coke and a cream cake. Go figure
  3. This 42 stone woman

    Simple answer, If you eat loads you get fat. No pill is going to get you thin. Join a Gym, offer to walk your neighbours pets and don't take cash with you into Woolworths. Boils my piss when fat people try and rob the NHS of funds to help them get slim. Go on a D.I.E.T
  4. We face fight for Woodgate

    Woodgate and Gallas Drooolll
  5. South Park is back

    Cant beat the cripple fight episode from a while back. Loved the World of Warlock one too, just reminded me of my lasses brother and his stupid online games
  6. worst city/town to have a night out in (uk)

    Scunny is actually quite a good night out, considering the size of town. Where did you go? LOads of shit pubs, I remember one called the Britannia and there was a rat running round when I was having a shite. Britannia corner, red light district Honourable mention to Hexham - Dontino's potentially the worst club in the history of clubbing. Also had some not so good nights in Runcorn, Widnes, Cannock. Liverpool can be great if you head to student haunts, but its become very very pretentious of late, lots of WAG wannabes and pubs basically being mutton dressed as lamb so to speak Oh forgot Swansea. Horrible place, in fact any town/city in Wales bar Chester tbh
  7. worst city/town to have a night out in (uk)

    Scunny is actually quite a good night out, considering the size of town. Where did you go? LOads of shit pubs, I remember one called the Britannia and there was a rat running round when I was having a shite. Britannia corner, red light district Honourable mention to Hexham - Dontino's potentially the worst club in the history of clubbing. Also had some not so good nights in Runcorn, Widnes, Cannock. Liverpool can be great if you head to student haunts, but its become very very pretentious of late, lots of WAG wannabes and pubs basically being mutton dressed as lamb so to speak
  8. That fat kid that's all over the news

    Needs to be said
  9. Money or happiness?

    I'd call the white coats. It's a job which can pay pretty well (and also pretty poorly if you get a bad firm) but has little 'rearding factor'. Despite the cushy number Gemmill now has it also involves lots of hard work and long hours. If he doesn't mind that then there's worse things to do with life, but also a hell of a lot more rewarding careers
  10. Money or happiness?

    Would anyone seriously employ this fella as their accountant? My charge-out rate would preclude it. An accountant cooking the books? Well I never.... Anyway, I don't do personal accountant type stuff. It involves too much specific knowledge and keeping on top of changes in tax rules and all that shite. Working for a big company allows me to have a very very vague recollection of the stuff I did in my exams, and coupled with a bit of common sense I'm able to blag my way from one day to the next. Is that an HTT-esque post for "I'm too fucking lazy to do personal accountacy?" HTT-esque? All 3 sentences of it. It's not a question of laziness anyway - if I'm bored now, can you imagine how bored I'd be keeping on top of changes in personal tax rules and allowances. Snoozefest tbh. 7 words would have done! Anyway, need we remind you that you chose accountancy as a career I'm yet to meet any accountant who chose accountancy as a career. You just sort of fall into it then realise after three years that there is no turning back. You've turned to the dark side and the door back to the light is slammed shut. Still at least it ain't tax, now that would be a dull job You an'all then. What I really don't understand though is how PwC got voted the graduates no1 choice of employer for the past 3 years. They must go through the checklist: Long hours. Check Lower pay than your main rivals. Check More exam stress. Check Fear of becoming an accountant. Check. Yay. No 1 choice of employer! Whoohoo
  11. Money or happiness?

    Would anyone seriously employ this fella as their accountant? My charge-out rate would preclude it. An accountant cooking the books? Well I never.... Anyway, I don't do personal accountant type stuff. It involves too much specific knowledge and keeping on top of changes in tax rules and all that shite. Working for a big company allows me to have a very very vague recollection of the stuff I did in my exams, and coupled with a bit of common sense I'm able to blag my way from one day to the next. Is that an HTT-esque post for "I'm too fucking lazy to do personal accountacy?" HTT-esque? All 3 sentences of it. It's not a question of laziness anyway - if I'm bored now, can you imagine how bored I'd be keeping on top of changes in personal tax rules and allowances. Snoozefest tbh. 7 words would have done! Anyway, need we remind you that you chose accountancy as a career I'm yet to meet any accountant who chose accountancy as a career. You just sort of fall into it then realise after three years that there is no turning back. You've turned to the dark side and the door back to the light is slammed shut. Still at least it ain't tax, now that would be a dull job
  12. The Friday Fred

    Client till 11, stock count at 12. Should last about 2 hours then just got the weekend to look forward to. See Gem - PwC does have a few good days.
  13. Sex - your first time

    Sounds like a 20s virgin to me.... Unashamedly 20. School wasn't a good time for me ladies wise. Couldn't be bothered with out but football till I was 16ish then wasn't what you would call a stud after that. Dropped a few pounds/stones pre Falaraki then hit Uni with a vengence. come to think of it 2nd, 3rd , 4th, 10th time all exactly the same. A few short flings but mainly one night stands for 4 years. Reccomend it to anyone
  14. Sex - your first time

    Pissed, so was she Can't remember the deed, but she gave me her number in the morning and it ended up in her bin (she didn't see me do throw it thankfully) Seem to remeber big brests though, and her flat mate was so much fitter than her.
  15. Notice Periods

    The definition of th eplesure and pain scenario

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