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Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by Legend, May 17, 2015.
Thanks in advance
It depends on a few factors.
Is it windy?
Is it really heavy?
Is the customer home?
If the answer is no to the above,...then yes.
As above but number 3 don't matter
Id say number 3 is all that matters lol.
It doesn't tend to rain all day when it rains anyway, so usually you can wait it out. If not just do the ones you know are out and make off like a bandit WFP doesn't really make a difference anyway. I only stop if its chucking it down or I feel cold, or tired, or hung over..............
er according to mr weatherman....its supposed to stop about now and I am off to work....lets hope hes right as Im going anyway....if hes wrong yet again ...I shall sulk later...
first port of call a new job who should not be in till 12.30 so the plan is...wfp and come back at 12.25....hand out for money
I dont clean them if its lashing down like it is at the moment particularly if the rain is hitting the glass.
Its supposed to clear about 2pm here.....debating whether its worth going out at that time, particularly as there is a chance of further showers after 2. Also my second customers this afternoon always expect me to sit down with them for tea and cakes. It lasts about 40 minutes...cant get away!
nice idea, always enjoy the job much more when no one is in, if it was up to me they would all be out and all pay online the less contact the better imo
Tell me about it, What I wouldn't give to have 400-500 silent benefactors paying money in my account, that I never have to utter a word to. (except xmas when I come looking for my tip)
very much so alex, i like to get my head down, graft, get my money and go, i dont want disruptions, the not today ers and the can you call back laters, let me smash off my jobs and get home