Thanks, Neil. 'Trying' to make it sound glam, when really it's just me sitting in clothes I wouldn't dare go out in, bashing away at the computer, wondering why I didn't become an accountant.
As someone who *did* become an accountant, I'd advise you not to waste any more time on the question, Sam.
I used to work for a firm of accountants, Tim, (one of my more sensible jobs) and quite enjoyed it. They were about to put me through a course but I ran off to Israel instead and worked in a plastics factory. I quite fancy the security of being an accountant. But think I'm a bit too ditzy cope with the big numbers.
Ha ha! Since I managed to get £13m of someone else's money stuck in a collapsed Icelandic bank, perhaps I also am too ditzy for big numbers...Do you think the plastics factory has any vacancies?
Whoops. I'll give the foreman a call. That is, as long as you don't mind shaving the jagged edges off plastic stacking cartons all night long, or packing CD boxes as they whizz out of the machine. You don't have to count them, so you'll be OK.
Sounds like my ideal job. You did say Israel, not Iceland?
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