Labourer/ improver Merseyside

Liverpooljoe

New Member
Alright lads,

Looking for a start as a labourer/improver.

29 Yr old did a course years ago and have recently left jaguar Land rover in Speke to get back into the plastering game.

Have experience with various kettles all makes and models.
Nvq lvl 2 in tea and coffee, working towards my bovril and miscellaneous hot drinks ticket.

Can be a yes man, and willing to go along with lies about yourself even though I know it's bull.

Have all my own tools and transport.

Cheers
 

Stevieo

Royal Spin Doctor
Alright lads,

Looking for a start as a labourer/improver.

29 Yr old did a course years ago and have recently left jaguar Land rover in Speke to get back into the plastering game.

Have experience with various kettles all makes and models.
Nvq lvl 2 in tea and coffee, working towards my bovril and miscellaneous hot drinks ticket.

Can be a yes man, and willing to go along with lies about yourself even though I know it's bull.

Have all my own tools and transport.

Cheers
That was bright wasn't it? Leaving one job to look for another.

From what I hear on here, Scouse plasterers work for about £80 a day, so I guess an improver can expect £20
 

smoother09

Well-Known Member
That was bright wasn't it? Leaving one job to look for another.

From what I hear on here, Scouse plasterers work for about £80 a day, so I guess an improver can expect £20
It’s funny no matter where you are in the world there’s always a scouser within a few miles radius!
 

Liverpooljoe

New Member
That was bright wasn't it? Leaving one job to look for another.

From what I hear on here, Scouse plasterers work for about £80 a day, so I guess an improver can expect £20
Well it wasnt exactly as simple as I just left but as a first post on this forum I was getting a general briefing.
 

Liverpooljoe

New Member
Like your post but man, you've picked your time!
I've left a few months back and have had some time to myself to be honest.

No time like the present! Haha

Also, if you think being a plasterer is crap, go work nights on a car production line where every second of your day is accounted for, you'll be back on the trowl in the first swing
 

Stevieo

Royal Spin Doctor
Got sacked a few months back and have had some time on the dole to be honest.

No worse time than the present! Haha

Also, if you think being a plasterer is crap, go work nights on a car production line where you don't get away with skiving. you'll be back on the trowl in the first swing
Fixed that for you.

You spelled trowel wrong by the way.
 
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Mike Harrison

Active Member
I've left a few months back and have had some time to myself to be honest.

No time like the present! Haha

Also, if you think being a plasterer is crap, go work nights on a car production line where every second of your day is accounted for, you'll be back on the trowl in the first swing
I'd swap jobs with you tomorrow doing f**k all in jag pension holidays overtime.as to grafting like f**k on site sweating like f**k arthritis in fingers and only 34 try and get your job back mate
 

Bartholomew

Active Member
Welcome along bud, lots of people on here make a good living from this trade no reason you cant. Hope someone takes you on
 

Liverpooljoe

New Member
I'd swap jobs with you tomorrow doing f**k all in jag pension holidays overtime.as to grafting like f**k on site sweating like f**k arthritis in fingers and only 34 try and get your job back mate
That's what everyone thinks, then they get shouted at day 1 for going for a piss...
 

Nicm

Well-Known Member
Alright lads,

Looking for a start as a labourer/improver.

29 Yr old did a course years ago and have recently left jaguar Land rover in Speke to get back into the plastering game.

Have experience with various kettles all makes and models.
Nvq lvl 2 in tea and coffee, working towards my bovril and miscellaneous hot drinks ticket.

Can be a yes man, and willing to go along with lies about yourself even though I know it's bull.

Have all my own tools and transport.

Cheers
Welcome.And best of luck.
 

Stevieo

Royal Spin Doctor
Cheers mate

You spelt spelled wrong by the way, spelled isn't a word.... Ironically it's spelt you where looking for.
This means that you should say "spelled" in US English and you can use both "spelt" and "spelled" in UK/Australian English. Spelled vs spelt: In American English, spelt primarily refers to the hardy wheat grown mostly in Europe, and the verb spell makes spelled in the past tense and as a past participle.


And don't you ever answer me back again. I've got enough on my plate keeping these c**ts in line for our big adventure on the plumbers forum without putting up with misinformed lip off you.

Got it?
 

Stevieo

Royal Spin Doctor
Its f**k**g LORD not c**t
L O R D

f**k**g dog robber not deg robber x
I didn't rob the dog, I just helped myself to it.

When his owner asked for it back I sold him it fair and square.

At a knock down rate too.

Hundred and fifty quid for a dog like that is a bargain
 

Liverpooljoe

New Member
This means that you should say "spelled" in US English and you can use both "spelt" and "spelled" in UK/Australian English. Spelled vs spelt: In American English, spelt primarily refers to the hardy wheat grown mostly in Europe, and the verb spell makes spelled in the past tense and as a past participle.


And don't you ever answer me back again. I've got enough on my plate keeping these c**ts in line for our big adventure on the plumbers forum without putting up with misinformed lip off you.

Got it?
Well I'll be partner, quick it's the ice cream truck.

It's spelt and everyone knows it is, starting to think your the guy who's looking for that yes man? When do I start?
 

Stevieo

Royal Spin Doctor
Well I'll be partner, quick it's the ice cream truck.

It's spelt and everyone knows it is, starting to think your the guy who's looking for that yes man? When do I start?
No jobs for scousers on my team.

I have enough bother with the Irish
 
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