Tbf that sounds like the way to earn decent wedgespakker
A complete idiot, a stupid person. Used in England.
Richard is such a spakker he put soap in his hair instead of gel.
by Lloydy November 05, 2003
I cleared £650 in a series of 4 couple of hour visits.
On the same days I cleared £210 a day for working at what I was at during the day and picked up around €400 from a bit of passive income I have going on.
Plus the £150 I stuck on the electrician bill before I gave it to the customer
And another £150 for some tiling I organised.
Plus whatever I made on materials that week.
You see, you can brag about being expensive if you like but you're far better off being savvy.
Customer thinks I only charge £150 a day but nothing could be further from the truth, trowel Monkey.
And food and holidays. Things go up 10% every few months in supermarkets. It's only a few pence but generally around 10% . Also foreign holidays seem up around 15% since thomas cook diedYou're the t**t.
Anyway, back on topic - what's needed isn't a rise in minimum wage. That will just add to inflation so that £10.50 will be worth what £8.50 was a while back. What's needed it to address the cost of housing in the UK
Tbf that sounds like the way to earn decent wedge
And food and holidays. Things go up 10% every few months in supermarkets. It's only a few pence but generally around 10% . Also foreign holidays seem up around 15% since thomas cook died
Maybe that's what they say I watch 2 or 3 items in supermarkets as my guide. Teugulary see 10 % sneak up in prices more than 1 x per yearI'm in a good position. I spent all last year establishing myself as the go to guy for a somewhat neglected development in Donegal where most of the owners are Dublin based landlords.
They want one phone number so it's pretty easy to show a profit on almost everything - except for one little glitch a couple of weeks ago.
Government can't really influence free trade in food or holidays but it certainly can influence the supply of housing.
A quick look on line suggests that food prices go up around 2% pa