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What do my ukm buddies do for a living

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Legal work. Nothing special, I don’t defend gangland criminals and get them off despite the fact they are guilty. Just administrative work really. I’ve lifted and shifted stuff in my time so I know what real work is like too.

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15 minutes ago, JohhnyC said:

I wonder how many blokes would actually do it if they had the opportunity or would they bottle it at last minute.

I think if you have the courage/desire/guts whatever you wanna call it to sleep with hookers and not give a damn, then you're most likely able to do porn....just my theory.

For most it's just a fantasy, which is cool.

You always get the one guy who claims that if given the opportunity he would smash 5 girls on camera, but in reality he'd probably be whimpering in a corner jerking off into a sock overwhelmed with fear lol.

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1 hour ago, JohhnyC said:

I wonder how many blokes would actually do it if they had the opportunity or would they bottle it at last minute.

In my experience of MMF 3somes, my mate bottled it. 

I blew a fit with him then sent him to the hotel room next door.

Fucker spent hours talking about it, then when it came to the crunch he said nah you go ahead.

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16 minutes ago, AncientOldBloke said:

In my experience of MMF 3somes, my mate bottled it. 

I blew a fit with him then sent him to the hotel room next door.

Fucker spent hours talking about it, then when it came to the crunch he said nah you go ahead.

Maybe he realised his ass was never gonna be the same again. 

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2 hours ago, jjtreml said:

Porno 

I always fancied being a stunt double in the adult film industry. just as the star gets to flagging, I step in and do a bit of face plastering then settle down for a nice cup of tea until the next shoot. Would suit me perfectly. 

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13 minutes ago, Kazza61 said:

Cool. How much should I expect to pay to get my ridge tiles re-bedded? (Detached house)  

Depends on the measurements. How many you need, whether it’s a dry or wet bedding. Etc. Couldn’t give you a figure without knowing. 

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25 minutes ago, Kazza61 said:

Cool. How much should I expect to pay to get my ridge tiles re-bedded? (Detached house)  

I paid the lad who did my fascias £100 to do mine as he was already up there and used to be a tiler as I’d wirjed with him years ago. 

My guess would be about 250-500 depending how much they like their safety. 

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16 minutes ago, BLUE(UK) said:

depending how much they like their safety. 

Month ago in Leicester I went to a funeral.

Rain. A Kurdish roofer slipped and fell onto an RSJ. Hit his head. Instant death.

Left behind a wife,  a 4yr old and a 2yr old.

 

 

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9 minutes ago, BLUE(UK) said:

My guess would be about 250-500 depending how much they like their safety. 

So true. In the past fellas would go up on a little ladder in the rain. Now it's full scaffolding and not a chance of getting them up there in light drizzle. 

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2 hours ago, BLUE(UK) said:

I paid the lad who did my fascias £100 to do mine as he was already up there and used to be a tiler as I’d wirjed with him years ago. 

My guess would be about 250-500 depending how much they like their safety. 

Let me guess you worked with him when you "used to work on the doors"?:whistling:

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3 minutes ago, lewdylewd said:

Let me guess you worked with him when you "used to work on the doors"?:whistling:

No, I worked roof tiling before I started my carpentry apprenticeship. When I “used to work on the doors” I also worked during the day (most of the time) as well. 

2 hours ago, AncientOldBloke said:

Month ago in Leicester I went to a funeral.

Rain. A Kurdish roofer slipped and fell onto an RSJ. Hit his head. Instant death.

Left behind a wife,  a 4yr old and a 2yr old.

Moral of the story, don’t bring your shitty work methods to UK, it ruins our statistics. 

2 hours ago, Kazza61 said:

So true. In the past fellas would go up on a little ladder in the rain. Now it's full scaffolding and not a chance of getting them up there in light drizzle. 

Two ladders tied together with several broken rungs. 

Ive done some silly things back when  desperate for the money that I wouldn’t do now. 

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