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Outstanding job ad of the week

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08 June 2017 10:35
A tip of the hat to the reader who sent in this superb offering:

     

     

  

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anonymous user
08/06/2017 16:18
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Pinheads like this give chinnies a bad name.
anonymous user
09/06/2017 11:26
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I don't get it?
anonymous user
09/06/2017 11:33
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anonymous @ 11:26 - it's riddled with spelling mistakes.
anonymous user
16/06/2017 14:05
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Aussie in London - please can someone explain why recruiters are called "chinnies" ? Thanks
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16/06/2017 15:05
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Anonymous@14:06: Just your standard RoF speak. Learn it well.
anonymous user
22/06/2017 12:58
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urg careerlegal :/
anonymous user
23/06/2017 18:20
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Aussie in London -- "Chinny Reckon" was, throughout British school playgrounds in the late 80s and early 90s, a popular expression of disbelief at any outrageous untruth. Eg "I once copped off with that Erika Eleniak because she loved my Global Hypercolour tee shirt." "yeah, Chinny Reckon, itchy beard"

Reckon = Rec Con

Easy