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14 minutes ago, Shadow100 said:

It’s easy to say about young lads being lazy, but I’d bet there’s been a lot of hardworking young lads sickened by the lazy b*****ds that employ/manage them. A lot of companies take young lads on with the promise of training, career progression & competitive wages, when in reality they’re just looking for someone to do all the shit jobs they can’t be arsed with for minimum wage, then when they get older and they'd have to pay them more they f**k them off and replace them with another 16-18 year old.

Theres only so many days a keen young lad can get shouted & moaned at by some fat work shy idiot for minimum wage before he loses his work ethic. There’s more to life than that IMO and that’s the way a lot of companies treat young boys these days so there’s 2 sides to that argument.

I’ve worked all my life so has the wife the lads are 21-20 (step kids) and not one of the lazy feckers had tried for a job even though they have been told they better.Still haven’t and don’t live here anymore.Theres only so much free meals and lodgings they can have before they need to fly the nest a wake up to reality.

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28 minutes ago, W. Katchum said:

Shite of your a grafter you’ll always find a job your appreciated in, jist too lazy to try most youngsters 

Big generalisation, some lads will have a string of bad luck with jobs, one bad one after another. It’s not to say that these boys will just quit and never work again but if they’re sensible & keen they'll start working for themselves, if you’re putting the graft in 5/6 days a week better trying to make yourself good money than someone else that’s the way I see it anyway.

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13 minutes ago, lurchers said:

I’ve worked all my life so has the wife the lads are 21-20 (step kids) and not one of the lazy feckers had tried for a job even though they have been told they better.Still haven’t and don’t live here anymore.Theres only so much free meals and lodgings they can have before they need to fly the nest a wake up to reality.

I’m not meaning there’s no lazy young people, there’s plenty, but there’s a lot of lazy older people as well, how many do you see in their 40s going down the job centre with a walking stick they don’t need so they can dodge work for another decade. Laziness comes in all age ranges

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17 minutes ago, Shadow100 said:

I’m not meaning there’s no lazy young people, there’s plenty, but there’s a lot of lazy older people as well, how many do you see in their 40s going down the job centre with a walking stick they don’t need so they can dodge work for another decade. Laziness comes in all age ranges

You tend 2 get generation bred lazy bollox eg parents done feck all so they don't then there kids don't 

Better off wi lines o workers

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9 minutes ago, Black neck said:

You tend 2 get generation bred lazy bollox eg parents done feck all so they don't then there kids don't 

Better off wi lines o workers

@king

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1 hour ago, Black neck said:

You tend 2 get generation bred lazy bollox eg parents done feck all so they don't then there kids don't 

Better off wi lines o workers

See breed worker to worker,I think we just got the ones that fail.Same as my lads bone idol feckers

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1 hour ago, Shadow100 said:

It’s easy to say about young lads being lazy, but I’d bet there’s been a lot of hardworking young lads sickened by the lazy b*****ds that employ/manage them. A lot of companies take young lads on with the promise of training, career progression & competitive wages, when in reality they’re just looking for someone to do all the shit jobs they can’t be arsed with for minimum wage, then when they get older and they'd have to pay them more they f**k them off and replace them with another 16-18 year old.

Theres only so many days a keen young lad can get shouted & moaned at by some fat work shy idiot for minimum wage before he loses his work ethic. There’s more to life than that IMO and that’s the way a lot of companies treat young boys these days so there’s 2 sides to that argument.

I used to dream up ways of killing my boss lol but there no jackers in my bloodline so I took it,,, and learned all I could and had a good living ever since, and done what I like, most young dogs that fail do so because of bad masters as well.

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6 minutes ago, lurchers said:

See breed worker to worker,I think we just got the ones that fail.Same as my lads bone idol feckers

 You prob gave them it too easy mate tbh, I see my mates kids an they do fcuk all bar spend money, one mate had go away for few weeks working an his teenage lad refused to walk the dog for him ☹️Only once my kids would refuse an I’d be launching xboxes, PS4’s, switches an Phones all out window an then making them do it anyways

 

my lad turned 14 yesterday, worked like a Trojan all through lock down an earned more than a lot of adults.  Bosses and few guys in work have all said if this job ain’t for him they will do there upmost to get him a start doing what ever he wants through folk they know, an all because they saw him try 👍

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3 hours ago, Black neck said:

U have 2 get up at 4 eat handful of hot gravel work 14 hours at mill for tuppence every 4 years

If your lucky

More than I get now😬

When can I start? 😁 

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My lads 18 and desperate for a job,  he's not expecting to start as the MD,  he's applied for all the fast food places,  local shops,  apprenticeships and been round all the local garages handing out CVs,  still nowt.  It's a real shame,  he's no coke head or anything like that and he got decent grades but still struggling just to get an interview. 

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Just now, gurnster75 said:

My lads 18 and desperate for a job,  he's not expecting to start as the MD,  he's applied for all the fast food places,  local shops,  apprenticeships and been round all the local garages handing out CVs,  still nowt.  It's a real shame,  he's no coke head or anything like that and he got decent grades but still struggling just to get an interview. 

Where you from mate?

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Just now, gurnster75 said:

Blyth mate. 

Don’t really know anybody up that way, pity you ain’t closer to leyburn, fair few jobs about this area mate, would he be interested in working away? Lots a farm jobs have got accommodations these days, a couple month experience an he be able to pick his jobs then 👍

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I think work ethic is drummed in by parents a child that sees parents as lazy c**ts an not working is likely to be a lazy c**t there self a child that sees parents getting up every day to go to work to make sure bills are payed an food on the table is likely to be a worker parents don’t always like there job but a child that sees parents as hard workers will get up an graft when the come of age 

 

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6 minutes ago, poxon said:

I think work ethic is drummed in by parents a child that sees parents as lazy c**ts an not working is likely to be a lazy c**t there self a child that sees parents getting up every day to go to work to make sure bills are payed an food on the table is likely to be a worker parents don’t always like there job but a child that sees parents as hard workers will get up an graft when the come of age 

 

Old saying is, monkey see, monkey do👍

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