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Post early for Xmas - in the NEXT 3 weeks

#1
Is this a wind-up, post early for Xmas in the next 3 weeks or the Royal Mail can't guarantee delivery in time.


Is this the ****ing unions AGAIN holding the country to ransom. I suppose its no good sending them all their P45s in the post as they will still be employed in 6 months time, still doing as little as possible. Don't they realize the state that Zanu Labour have left this country in ??, and they just want to make it worse

The only winners will be the Internet E=cards.
 
#4
Ok I'll get mine in the post next week. Seems a trifle early to get crimble cards but...........

Dear Santa,

For Christmas I would like Baron Castleshortt to be arrested and imprisoned, ALL servicemen in Afghanistan to get the kit they need, all chavs to find a lamp post to drive into, and the liarbour party to implode..............

bugger, no stamps
 
#5
Dear Santa will you let all the soldiers who are away on ops in conflict places come home so they can spend Xmas with their family's and let all the government take their places with all the equipment and man power that is left there and see how they cope .
 
#6
Oh, then it will be suprise when an alternative postal sytem starts up and wakes the Royal mail up with a bit of compitition



Dear Santa,

For Christmas I would like Baron Castleshortt to be arrested and imprisoned, ALL servicemen in Afghanistan to come home to a hero's welcome and to be appreciated and respected by the entire nation, all chavs to find a lamp post to drive into, and the liarbour party to implode..............

sod the stamps I'll deliver it myself

WW
 
#7
llech said:
Blah blah blah Unions blah blah blah Broken Britain blah b;ah blah Imigrants ffs this isnt the Daily Wail.
What's your problem? Not got any for a few months so feeling a bit grumpy??
 
#9
jarrod248 said:
cotton said:
Dear Santa will you let all the soldiers who are away on ops in conflict places come home so they can spend Xmas with their family's and let all the government take their places with all the equipment and man power that is left there and see how they cope .
Dear Santa, can chubb die in a house fire.
:clap: :clap: :clap:
 
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Kirkz

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#10
As someone who is actually working as a postman at this point in time.
I can tell you all that this is just a load of bollicks :D
The result of our strike ballot isn't even known yet so how the press can speculate on what is going to happen is beyond me :?
Most of the things the millitant tw@s want to strike over have already been implemented in most areas so a strike over them would be a little pointless :)
The postmen and women who actually drop your mail through the door are a good solid bunch of people who will do their best to make sure as many cards letters and parcels are delivered on time for the festive hols :D
 
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stabradop

Guest
#11
Kirkz said:
As someone who is actually working as a postman at this point in time.
I can tell you all that this is just a load of bollicks :D
The result of our strike ballot isn't even known yet so how the press can speculate on what is going to happen is beyond me :?
Most of the things the millitant tw@s want to strike over have already been implemented in most areas so a strike over them would be a little pointless :)
The postmen and women who actually drop your mail through the door are a good solid bunch of people who will do their best to make sure as many cards letters and parcels are delivered on time for the festive hols :D
As a former postman I agree totally with that. Just the usual scare stories.
 
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stabradop

Guest
#12
mistersoft said:
jarrod248 said:
cotton said:
Dear Santa will you let all the soldiers who are away on ops in conflict places come home so they can spend Xmas with their family's and let all the government take their places with all the equipment and man power that is left there and see how they cope .
Dear Santa, can chubb die in a house fire.
:clap: :clap: :clap:
:clap: :clap: :clap: :boogie: :boogie: :boogie:

I concur, if anyone gives me it's address I will gladly start the aforementioned conflagration. :lol:
 
#13
Kirkz said:
As someone who is actually working as a postman at this point in time.
I can tell you all that this is just a load of bollicks :D
The result of our strike ballot isn't even known yet so how the press can speculate on what is going to happen is beyond me :?
Most of the things the millitant tw@s want to strike over have already been implemented in most areas so a strike over them would be a little pointless :)
The postmen and women who actually drop your mail through the door are a good solid bunch of people who will do their best to make sure as many cards letters and parcels are delivered on time for the festive hols :D
Couldn't agree more. Its the f***ing union bosses who seem to be spoiling for a strike. Don't they realize that the whole Royal Mail could fold !
 
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Kirkz

Guest
#15
corridor_of_Powers said:
bobos said:
Kirkz said:
Couldn't agree more. Its the f***ing union bosses who seem to be spoiling for a strike. Don't they realize that the whole Royal Mail could fold !
Naahhh its a catch 22. To progress further industrial action they will need to deliver postal ballots to all members home addresses.
They posted out the ballot papers 2 weeks ago 8)
If the unions do call us out on strike it'll be for 1 day at a time!
Which means I'll lose a days pay and have twice the work load the day after :evil:
Way to go CWU thanks for looking after my interests in the work place :?
But that still won't hold up the christmas mail to the point you have to post it in the next 3 weeks :)
 

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