Elias is LOOKING for a PART-TIME job....

Elias is LOOKING for a PART-TIME job.......

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The Professor

Surrey, Canada

#1 Feb 1, 2013
Hahahah! aha! ehehehe!

Go work at KFC hahaha!

Too funny!
pksass

Greystanes, Australia

#2 Feb 1, 2013
The Professor wrote:
Hahahah! aha! ehehehe!
Go work at KFC hahaha!
Too funny!
You are must be a sad insecure little man to TRY to needle somebody else and over a person wanting a part time job....dude, time to grow up.

“REFUSE ALL IMITATIONS!!”

Since: Jan 11

Australia

#3 Feb 1, 2013
The Professor wrote:
Hahahah! aha! ehehehe!
Go work at KFC hahaha!
Too funny!
Well may you laugh! You're not about to give up your KFC job even for Elias, are you!

(and before you plagiarize it):

Gesundheit!!:)
Turd Skin

Sydney, Australia

#4 Feb 1, 2013
as a toilet cleaner
Elias

Australia

#5 Feb 2, 2013
Turd Skin wrote:
as a toilet cleaner
My wife already has me doing that...
pksass

Greystanes, Australia

#6 Feb 2, 2013
Elias wrote:
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My wife already has me doing that...
Ha ha, me too, jay-sus you made me laugh.

I don't mind that so much, but for some reason I hate hangin' the washing on the line.
Elias

Australia

#7 Feb 2, 2013
pksass wrote:
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Ha ha, me too, jay-sus you made me laugh.
I don't mind that so much, but for some reason I hate hangin' the washing on the line.
I don't mind the work, it's the nagging that's torture :(
pksass

Greystanes, Australia

#8 Feb 2, 2013
Elias wrote:
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I don't mind the work, it's the nagging that's torture :(
My missus reckons it's not nagging, it's her having to unnecessarily having to repeat herself :-0
Elias

Australia

#9 Feb 2, 2013
pksass wrote:
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My missus reckons it's not nagging, it's her having to unnecessarily having to repeat herself :-0
yeah, again and again and few more times for good measure :(
justdoit

Australia

#10 Feb 2, 2013
Elias wrote:
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I don't mind the work, it's the nagging that's torture :(
You don't have to take it. I just finally decided to leave her and believe me; it is like I have been born again.
Sometimes it is hard to make such decisions because we get used to something more for habit than for comfort; but once you make the decision to leave you start to wonder how could you have wasted so many years. But if you are not happy, don't think twice RUN Elias RRRRUUUUUUNNNNNN and don't look back.
justdoit

Australia

#12 Feb 2, 2013
I can compare marriage with living in Australia.
At first You get all excited and enjoy the novelty, it all looks so nice on the surface.
You commit with body and soul and give your best effort to make it succeed.
after a few years you discover the real deal, and you want out, but it is too late, you are already trapped and can't just leave the commitments you have acquired; after putting up with a lot more trash; you get sick of it, and if you were lucky enough to survive trough those turbulent years without being lead to more serious problems, you are faced with the dilemma of leaving or staying; as you are older it is not that easy desicion, to start all over again, but at the end of the day; the best decision is to LEAVE; and never come back.
You will be left wondering if your efforts were all worth it, or if it was all a dreadful mistake and a waste of time; but you will be FREE, FREE again, and only that is worth all the gold on earth.
I have already taken the first step to leave her, and I am currently working on the second step, which is to leave the Island and go where people is more friendly and warm.
pksass

Greystanes, Australia

#14 Feb 2, 2013
justdoit wrote:
I can compare marriage with living in Australia.
At first You get all excited and enjoy the novelty, it all looks so nice on the surface.
You commit with body and soul and give your best effort to make it succeed.
after a few years you discover the real deal, and you want out, but it is too late, you are already trapped and can't just leave the commitments you have acquired; after putting up with a lot more trash; you get sick of it, and if you were lucky enough to survive trough those turbulent years without being lead to more serious problems, you are faced with the dilemma of leaving or staying; as you are older it is not that easy desicion, to start all over again, but at the end of the day; the best decision is to LEAVE; and never come back.
You will be left wondering if your efforts were all worth it, or if it was all a dreadful mistake and a waste of time; but you will be FREE, FREE again, and only that is worth all the gold on earth.
I have already taken the first step to leave her, and I am currently working on the second step, which is to leave the Island and go where people is more friendly and warm.
So marriage and living in Australia hasn't worked out for you?
Was going to say sorry to hear that, but you say you are happier and everybody's got to find that slice of happiness.

I don't like living where I currently am in Australia, but there are a lot of nice places around that I've stayed at, so as a family unit, we'll probably be outta here in 12 months.

So where are you off to o/s?
pksass

Greystanes, Australia

#15 Feb 2, 2013
justdoit wrote:
I can compare marriage with living in Australia.
At first You get all excited and enjoy the novelty, it all looks so nice on the surface.
You commit with body and soul and give your best effort to make it succeed.
after a few years you discover the real deal, and you want out, but it is too late, you are already trapped and can't just leave the commitments you have acquired; after putting up with a lot more trash; you get sick of it, and if you were lucky enough to survive trough those turbulent years without being lead to more serious problems, you are faced with the dilemma of leaving or staying; as you are older it is not that easy desicion, to start all over again, but at the end of the day; the best decision is to LEAVE; and never come back.
You will be left wondering if your efforts were all worth it, or if it was all a dreadful mistake and a waste of time; but you will be FREE, FREE again, and only that is worth all the gold on earth.
I have already taken the first step to leave her, and I am currently working on the second step, which is to leave the Island and go where people is more friendly and warm.
I also meant to say that I don't think Elias is unhappily married, just a bit half joking banter.
Over to you Elias.
justdoit

Australia

#16 Feb 2, 2013
pksass wrote:
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So marriage and living in Australia hasn't worked out for you?
Was going to say sorry to hear that, but you say you are happier and everybody's got to find that slice of happiness.
I don't like living where I currently am in Australia, but there are a lot of nice places around that I've stayed at, so as a family unit, we'll probably be outta here in 12 months.
So where are you off to o/s?
No It hasn't; and you don't have to feel sorry, I am sure I am not the only one to whom mariage or a racist country is not their cup of tea.
If you are happy here, stay, if you are happy in your marriage, congratulations, keep it up.
you mean there are nice places around hhere?; whereabouts?.
And yes I will be off to O/s, hopefully in about 6 mths
pksass

Greystanes, Australia

#17 Feb 2, 2013
justdoit wrote:
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No It hasn't; and you don't have to feel sorry, I am sure I am not the only one to whom mariage or a racist country is not their cup of tea.
If you are happy here, stay, if you are happy in your marriage, congratulations, keep it up.
you mean there are nice places around hhere?; whereabouts?.
And yes I will be off to O/s, hopefully in about 6 mths
I like Coffs (although some of the surrounding area can be a bit redneck and I'm a white Aussie..); parts of the Nth Coast but areas can be a hit and miss. I felt like I could hear the banjos playing around Dorrigo for example; I liked Mollymook NSW and Kenilworth and around the Sunshine Coast in Queensland.
Select parts of Sydney I like, but those areas are out of my price range, sadly I don't have two million and more to spare.
It's the overall feel of different places and even if they're in the same area, eg north coast, the atmosphere can be so bloody different from town to town it's not funny.
I lived at Dubbo NSW for a while and even though I come from the bush, I hated the place, impersonal and has sections of it that are a no go zone,MUdgee I found cliquey but Orange (hated the weather) the people were nice. Also lived at Nowra NSW sth coast and hated it, but like some of the surrounding towns.

ATM I live around Wollongong, work in Sydney. Don't dislike the Gong but not mad about it either.

So where abouts o/s have you picked?
Dragon

Nollamara, Australia

#18 Feb 2, 2013
The Professor wrote:
Hahahah! aha! ehehehe!
Go work at KFC hahaha!
Too funny!
That was my first job at 15. I'm surprised at a lot of young Australians who view work like this as bellow them.

What has more pride?

Begging mummy and daddy for an allowance

Or earning your own cash
Elias

Australia

#19 Feb 2, 2013
justdoit wrote:
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You don't have to take it. I just finally decided to leave her and believe me; it is like I have been born again.
Sometimes it is hard to make such decisions because we get used to something more for habit than for comfort; but once you make the decision to leave you start to wonder how could you have wasted so many years. But if you are not happy, don't think twice RUN Elias RRRRUUUUUUNNNNNN and don't look back.
Nahh every man needs a good nag ;)
Ridsta87

Preston, Australia

#20 Feb 2, 2013
Hey Elias how's the job hunting going?
Elias

Australia

#21 Feb 2, 2013
Ridsta87 wrote:
Hey Elias how's the job hunting going?
sucks...I'm up against it :(

Since: Feb 13

Capalaba, Australia

#22 Feb 2, 2013
oh that sucks ... it is a hard market at the moment .. what are you looking for? Anything in particular?

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