Can you leave my windows over the winter

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  1. Tuffers

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    Toodle pip, ta ta, cheerio, adios, goodbye, ciao, aufsedersein.

    You won't be seeing me again you ugly c**t :laugh:
     
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    Is it Tourette’s Thursday ?:rolleyes:



    Bless him...:(
     
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    Tuffers there are quite a few ppl out there that stop having there windows cleaned in winter which is no big deal surely?
     
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    I have job (£42) that will have a clean end of November then nothing until March. But they are out of the uk, so I'm ok with that. The rest of the time they pay on the nail, they make tea, very nice people. :)
     
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    I have a few customers like that, don't bother me anymore., I struggle in winter so doing me a favour really.....plus they are all good payers, I can work longer hours in the summer, so happy to take them back.....But I do understand, as we all still need to pay our mortgages and bills, what ever time of year it is.
     
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    I think this is the key thing^. If they are good customers otherwise, then I would respect them not wanting them done. But if they are in anyway on the 'maybe bin' list then it makes a good oportunity to get rid. Also depends how busy you are I suppose.
     
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    tolish is getting into the santa roll with the good custys on one list and the naughty on the other...:rofl:
     
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