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    I'm a bit drunk but i need to say it.

    Should i drop out of my third year (it is not my final year) to apply for jobs in hilton or Edwardian hotels or Michelin starred restaurants (like Restaurant Gordon Ramsay :eek:). I worked as a waiter and i hated being shouted at by managers and Head Chefs.

    I have been a serial rebel to Head Chefs and Managers when i worked as a waiter in Christmas and summer; now i'm applying for the role myself at a very young age. I wanna be a boss, i can imagine myself as a quiet, shy yet temperamental sarcastic, scathing leader. I could shout, belittle, scream just like what the managers did to me. I could be the Marco Pierre White (google him) of the restaurant and hotel scene. I want the £30K salary. I would be a drunk manager but with passion controlling a brigade of people and delivering excellent customer services. My leadership would be autocratic yet courageous.

    I can't stay in uni anymore. I have no friends and all my lecturers think i'm a joke.I never attend because i hate being alone in the lectures. i have accepted that this is the way to go and i cant achieve my ambition as a teacher due to depression. Should i dare myself to apply this very night? i have crazy ideas when im drunk and I wanna do it. advice please
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    (Original post by Quiet Benin)
    I'm a bit drunk but i need to say it.

    Should i drop out of my third year (it is not my final year) to apply for jobs in hilton or Edwardian hotels or Michelin starred restaurants (like Restaurant Gordon Ramsay :eek:). I worked as a waiter and i hated being shouted at by managers and Head Chefs.

    I have been a serial rebel to Head Chefs and Managers when i worked as a waiter in Christmas and summer; now i'm applying for the role myself at a very young age. I wanna be a boss, i can imagine myself as a quiet, shy yet temperamental sarcastic, scathing leader. I could shout, belittle, scream just like what the managers did to me. I could be the Marco Pierre White (google him) of the restaurant and hotel scene. I want the £30K salary. I would be a drunk manager but with passion controlling a brigade of people and delivering excellent customer services. My leadership would be autocratic yet courageous.

    I can't stay in uni anymore. I have no friends and all my lecturers think i'm a joke.I never attend because i hate being alone in the lectures. i have accepted that this is the way to go and i cant achieve my ambition as a teacher due to depression. Should i dare myself to apply this very night? i have crazy ideas when im drunk and I wanna do it. advice please
    Your drunk go to sleep. Just finish off your degree and become a teacher.
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    I don't know if this is a really poor attempt at trolling or you just get really dumb when you're drunk.
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    go home you're drunk
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    (Original post by artful_lounger)
    I don't know if this is a really poor attempt at trolling or you just get really dumb when you're drunk.
    yes im drunk. im not trolling

    i really think i could win it and become manager/. im even writing n application to it. uni is hard. hard when nobody supports you
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    Apologies for this.

    Can't actually remembered if i applied for them or not. However i don't really like uni, thats the truth in this thread.
 
 
 
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