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    (Original post by Kenan and Kel)
    £10-£15 depending on where I go and how much I get done. Get a trim every two weeks.
    Da*** do you mean "where I go"?

    How on earth are you so flexible on who cuts you hair? I had to go through psychotherapy when my local barber had to close down. Took my ages to find the right one again
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    (Original post by SA-1)
    Da*** do you mean "where I go"?

    How on earth are you so flexible on who cuts you hair? I had to go through psychotherapy when my local barber had to close down. Took my ages to find the right one again
    I'm usually floating between two cities, have a barber in each
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    (Original post by Kenan and Kel)
    I'm usually floating between two cities, have a barber in each
    You whore
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    (Original post by SA-1)
    Da*** do you mean "where I go"?

    How on earth are you so flexible on who cuts you hair? I had to go through psychotherapy when my local barber had to close down. Took my ages to find the right one again
    I lived in Newcastle for 3 years and still never got my hair cut there...

    Every time I needed it doing, I'd go home and get it done at the usual place!
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    (Original post by SA-1)
    Da*** do you mean "where I go"?

    How on earth are you so flexible on who cuts you hair? I had to go through psychotherapy when my local barber had to close down. Took my ages to find the right one again
    took my ages

    A barber for life is just like a wife
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    (Original post by Lúcio)
    I lived in Newcastle for 3 years and still never got my hair cut there...

    Every time I needed it doing, I'd go home and get it done at the usual place!
    still got a dead trim though
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    (Original post by Jimmy Seville)
    Didn't know you were in the Armed Forces.
    (Original post by Zayn is Bae)
    Didn't know you were in the Armed Forces.
    Its pretty ****ing mint lads.

    Loads of free events, cheap living, live with your mates, girls love it, full pension after 22 years, free trips abroad.

    Shame you don't have anything to be proud of :console:
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    (Original post by SentryE3D)
    Its pretty ****ing mint lads.

    Loads of free events, cheap living, live with your mates, girls love it, full pension after 22 years, free trips abroad.

    Shame you don't have anything to be proud of :console:
    http://edition.cnn.com/2014/03/03/he...mental-health/

    O rly


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    "The largest study of mental-health risk ever conducted among the U.S. military..."

    And I stopped reading there :rofl:
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    RIP Brook.
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    (Original post by SentryE3D)
    Its pretty ****ing mint lads.

    Loads of free events, cheap living, live with your mates, girls love it, full pension after 22 years, free trips abroad.

    Shame you don't have anything to be proud of :console:
    actually really jealous thinking of all the exotic pokemon you're gunna catch with all the travelling you get to do
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    (Original post by Angry cucumber)
    Hair cut every 2-3 monthsNormally cut it myself tbh.Posted from TSR Mobile
    Interesting, do you cut it yourself with scissors? Or are you talking clippers?

    (Original post by Kenan and Kel)
    £10-£15 depending on where I go and how much I get done. Get a trim every two weeks.
    You're white aren't you? Lol, get a grip son.

    (Original post by bammy jastard 27)
    Is Kenan white? I get a trim every month. Shape up every 2 weeks.
    Please tell me you don't have a hightop like Dirtybit


    Keep telling him he needs to get a fade

    (Original post by SentryE3D)
    Its pretty ****ing mint lads.

    Loads of free events, cheap living, live with your mates, girls love it, full pension after 22 years, free trips abroad.

    Shame you don't have anything to be proud of :console:
    What is your actual job description though?
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    (Original post by SentryE3D)
    Its pretty ****ing mint lads.

    Loads of free events, cheap living, live with your mates, girls love it, full pension after 22 years, free trips abroad.

    Shame you don't have anything to be proud of :console:
    Surely you must realise how much your posts stink of insecurity
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    Dirty has that hightop fade with the James Harden beard.

    Kenan is definitely white.
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    Apparently El Chapo has escaped prison again.

    Guy got no chill.
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    Was playing lobs at work today, in the corridor & security came to stop me. They said the person who sent them wanted our names to send out an email to the CEO..

    They said they weren't gonna give them (didn't even know mine tbh), but there were only two guys working late afternoon today

    Absolute scenes
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    (Original post by SA-1)
    Was playing lobs at work today, in the corridor & security came to stop me. They said the person who sent them wanted our names to send out an email to the CEO..

    They said they weren't gonna give them (didn't even know mine tbh), but there were only two guys working late afternoon today

    Absolute scenes
    A pretty girl smiled at me today

    I blushed
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    (Original post by zKlown)
    A pretty girl smiled at me today

    I blushed
    Should have bit her eyebrow, always works
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    (Original post by SA-1)
    Should have bit her eyebrow, always works
    Would you say happiness in the workplace comes from your colleagues, or the work? (Don't be a **** and say both, which one is more crucial).

    (Original post by zKlown)
    A pretty girl smiled at me today

    I blushed
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    (Original post by Zayn is Bae)
    Would you say happiness in the workplace comes from your colleagues, or the work? (Don't be a **** and say both, which one is more crucial).


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    More so from your colleagues imho. You see them for just under 40 hours every week for years and years.. You need there to be a healthy relationship between you all otherwise going to work becomes so depressing.

    Like, I see my colleagues more than I see my family.. And as good as the work is - if the relationship between me and my colleagues isn't good then I wouldn't feel happy working there. My line of work is really interesting, and I love it.. But I'm not sure I'd stay for too long if the atmosphere was depressing
 
 
 
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