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Ummm...

1. Mum and dad are teachers. Poor them.

3. I'd like to be an engineer (though I don't know what kind) or do something involving physics research.
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1. Mum and dad are teachers. Poor them.
Why poor them? Its a great job.
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Why poor them? Its a great job.
Heheh.

Well not so much my mum because she's a lazy supply teacher.

But dad is always complaining and getting stressed out because he teaches physics at a school where nobody seems to appreciate it (in a really nasty area). But he's been there for so long now that I don't think he wants to leave.
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But dad is always complaining and getting stressed out because he teaches physics at a school where nobody seems to appreciate it (in a really nasty area). But he's been there for so long now that I don't think he wants to leave.
I persume this is a secondary school, because by the time people do phsycis AS they'll appreciate a good teacher in it. I know hes been there a while but he should consider going to teach at a sixth form college.
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nope my dads boring but he does get to travel all over the world. he went to rome yesterday for lunch. lucky git. As for mum she just drives about in her sports car looking all posh. silly poser. And I shall be the governments plaything heh.
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mmm that would have mad more sense if I quoted it....oh well
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erm daddy's a doctor, mummy's a phlebotomist

anyone who knows what one of those is tell me, first person to do so gets rep everyone else i talk to hasn't got a clue
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erm daddy's a doctor, mummy's a phlebotomist

anyone who knows what one of those is tell me, first person to do so gets rep everyone else i talk to hasn't got a clue
Blood transfusion or sample taking. Maybe she works in a blood centre?

http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=phlebotomist
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1) What are you parents occupation? Mum - Lawyer, Dad - Financial Consultant

2) If you're an older member please state your occupation, if it's anything unusual tell us more...

Uh, shelf stacker at the local spar (if that counts)

3) This question applies to everyone. What job would you like (be realistic) to do in the future?

Doctor/Research/Forensics
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Blood transfusion or sample taking. Maybe she works in a blood centre?

http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=phlebotomist

very close....decide on one though
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very close....decide on one though
Well blood sample taking isn't exactly a career lol. Loads of nurses and doctors do that, right?

So taking blood for transfusion?
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1) What are you parents occupation? Mum bank 1st cashier... me too for gap year, we work together

2) If you're an older member please state your occupation, if it's anything unusual tell us more... bank cashier BARCLAYS WOO!

3) This question applies to everyone. What job would you like (be realistic) to do in the future?[/QUOTE] Vet, if get AAA off to Bristol...
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1) What are you parents occupation? Mum bank 1st cashier... me too for gap year, we work together

2) If you're an older member please state your occupation, if it's anything unusual tell us more... bank cashier BARCLAYS WOO!

3) This question applies to everyone. What job would you like (be realistic) to do in the future?
i'm a natwest cashier, bring it on barclays, were much better than you!
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mum is a part time GP

dad is high up in the police force

i'd like to run my own dental practice and put my grandparents inherited money to good usw
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Well blood sample taking isn't exactly a career lol. Loads of nurses and doctors do that, right?

So taking blood for transfusion?

nurses and doctors can do it....but they don't always have time to do it, people need their blood taking all the time . phlebotomists are similar to healthcare assistants.
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1) What are you parents occupation?
Both are doctors.

3) This question applies to everyone. What job would you like (be realistic) to do in the future?
I would like to be a doctor.
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erm daddy's a doctor, mummy's a phlebotomist

anyone who knows what one of those is tell me, first person to do so gets rep everyone else i talk to hasn't got a clue
Do you think we are all stupid? How conceeted!
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Well blood sample taking isn't exactly a career lol. Loads of nurses and doctors do that, right?

So taking blood for transfusion?
right the first time taking blood samples for analysis full stop. Be it for gases, microbe analysis, crossmatching etc...
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Do you think we are all stupid? How conceeted!
conceited*
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conceited*
Whatever! you clearly knew exactly what I meant!
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