The Arrse Upperclass

Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by Ravers, Mar 25, 2010.

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  1. Ravers

    Ravers LE Reviewer Book Reviewer

    In response to this thread:

    Who has left the mob and done exceptionally well for themselves?

    I'm sure there are Arrsers here who are CEOs of large companies, I know there has to be at least one of you who owns a Ferrari.

    Personally I'm doing all right. Nice pad in a top part of London, shiny new Italian coupe on the drive and a senior management job at an awesome company.

    Come on then fess up, who else is living the dream?
  2. Not to cast a shadow on your achievment's Ravers, but didn't you say in another thread you were living in a RENTED house?
    F uckin Peasant!! :lol:
  3. I'm still in the Army but I have lots of money, although Daddy gave me most of that.
  4. Ravers

    Ravers LE Reviewer Book Reviewer


    I live in leasehold property, which means I own it for the next 168 years.

    Rented indeed. 8O
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  5. Sell it and move to Scotland, you could probably buy a castle.....
  6. I stand corrected.

    Who said FREEHOLD in the back there? :lol:
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  7. Ravers

    Ravers LE Reviewer Book Reviewer

    I'm actually considering Cumbria. Wouldn't want any offspring I may eventually father, to grow up as jocks.
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  8. But it would be ok for them to grow up with 6 fingers on each hand
  9. I do ok.
  10. Looking at the thread title I thought this was about a new section on the outrage bus.

    A section with lie-back seats, free drinks and little pouches with free toiletries, slipper socks etc. All for 200 quid extra payable to Help4Heroes.
  11. Is this groundbait for our resident herbivorous socialista? Please let it not be. :(

    PS: Still in and doing relatively OK, so possibly Arrse upper-working class (aspirant). If it matters.
  12. Ord_Sgt

    Ord_Sgt RIP

    Oh I do hope so, the usual suspects will be out in force. :D Considering I have a few months off now, capitalist thief that I am, (means works hard for what I have in the real world) the comedy value will be well worth it.
  13. I got something around fifty K last year (gross). Not a fortune, but a decent income and I do a job that I enjoy. This is mainly thanks to the training/education that the army gave me.
  14. Funny, that's why I moved back to Jockland as I want my future kids to have proper accents. I also want a ginger daughter.
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  15. I'm a foul mouthed scruff in a suit, pockets full of receipts, post it notes the odd torn fiver and sets of keys I have no idea what for.

    I badly manage a wobbly one man consultancy but am a habitual 'mates rates' giver, bad invoicer and sickening spender so my one time intention to take over the world is now but a fledgling whisp of smoke. I am little better in my current employment managing my old mans firm due to him dribbling into his Angel Delight in a private hospital, within 2 weeks I have sacked a co-ordinator for p*ssing about on the net and being generally bonk, ballsed up a meeting with a large financial provider regarding their need for reactive and planned maintenance and shimmied my motor down the side of skip outside the office gouging out a deep scar.

    Currently one of the regions worst landlords, our 2 student houses in Headingly are in a rotten state, a once yearly programme of basic decency works carried out by a mate who licks the walls with paint, changes the balsa wood bedroom furniture and puts a reconditioned fridge in secures me a new batch of stinkers, the current lot are now the proud owners of a court order to remove stereo equipment.

    One house paid for thanks to the UK's wonderful allowances for overseas workers and one we are in now which although can be considered quant needs a degunge and a refurb.

    In short I am the sort of pr*ck you see thundering through town screaming into a phone, tucking his shirt in and trying to open a sausage roll wrapper all in one movement.
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