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How can i get a job somewhere cheap, remote and far away from the south of england?
That or come and work for our company. It appears that they're taking people on at the moment. Its in MANCHESTER
although i doubt any real company would take me on. i don't even have a levels yet.
sad times. I have no idea then...
I know im a complete stranger and stuffs, but i could do with running away to Manchester for the summer and a job would make that real.
I'm a bit fed up of where I live at the moment. I might do something similar
i just need something to do in the meantime.
i'm not overly optimistic though. i properly sucked at my exams. although hopefully all the other candidates will be so lame my practical knowledge and experience will override their academic prowess and i'll be let in anyway.
else i'd say bollocks to uni, pack my things and head off to Paris.
My niece is off to suburban Paris soon doing this. Pretty sweet if the kids aren't too horrific.
but you have to PROPERLY communicate with the family first as a lot of people get taken for a ride. If you need any info let me know as I've done it before.
Im off to france next year for my degree anyway. anyone know anything about toulouse?
umm boys can do it but obviously it'd be way harder due to stereotypes and stuff. Do you have any childcare experience?
im fucked basically
also, what did you do as far as lit goes on your french course? I got all my books and im pretty excited.
Diderot, some Moliere, Zola, Perec, lots of french linguistics too-gulp.
Ahhh yeah, you DEFINITELY need experience, I'd done a fair few years of babysitting which had me covered.
they seem to prefer hiring girls :@
they provide accomadation and a bit of money, im sure this exists
become a buddhist and go here!!!!: http://www.madhyamaka.org/index.htm nice northern location, somewhere near york.
you can get accommodation by working there and edinburgh is nice :)
I wish I'd said I'd go to some castle in France to do carpentry and archaeology now. The horrific mind picture of it being full of German kids playing lutes around a campfire has faded somewhat now.