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Dave Milbourn18/06/2019 22:48:00
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Yep! We retired ours on the day after I retired from my "main" job in 2006. Now it's whoever gets up first who makes the tea, as long as it's after 7.45am. Ain't life grand?

DM

Paul T19/06/2019 19:00:25
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I retired the two things that seemed to dominate my professional life.......my tie and watch and I haven't worn either since.

Dave, The current odds are 2:1 that the new boat is a fairey. wink

Dave Milbourn19/06/2019 20:46:22
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I reserved a black tie but I still wear a watch. The rest must remain a secret...smile d

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Roger Clark19/06/2019 21:20:12
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I recycled nearly 200 ties to local charity shops when I retired, strange what you amass during the working life!

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Ray Wood 219/06/2019 21:30:00
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Yes weddings & funerals now

Strange ties have gone over the last 10 years in business, unless you really want the job 😂,

I used to be a site manager they always kept my neck warm, and the guys knew who carried the can when it went pear shaped. 😯

Regards Ray

Edited By Ray Wood 2 on 19/06/2019 21:34:19

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