Wives with stable secure jobs

Is your partners job wellmpaidnand secure?

  • Yes my partner earns well and job is secure.

  • No I am the sole bread winner


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Danny

Administrator
#1
How many of you are the sole bread winners?

Or do you have a wife/partner that earns well and has a secure job?
 

stuart23

Private Member
#4
Wife’s a manager in b and q and while the hours aren’t good the money is.
 

Danny

Administrator
#7
it's just all this talk of recession...

personally I don't worry as I made good money in the last recession and my wifes wage can cover all our outgoings....

but I know a lot of families are not the same and would be starting to panic at the first sign of a recession
 

vfr12

MOTORC*NT
#8
Nothing is secure for sure. No one can tell what will happen before March next year let alone after that. I am just annoyed that everyone lies and works hard to turn the lie into reality only to prove a f**k**g point without thinking of the consequences. Basically putting his ego before his existence even .
 

algeeman

It’s A Boy
#9
My wife is a secondary maths teacher... about as secure as you can get I reckon :)
My partner looks after disable people.
Last recession I was kept busy but gave up sites when rates went pathetically low.
Jumped back on domestics.
Lads were fighting for work in all trades at piss poor money.
Recession has it good points.
More family time
More beer time
My body gets a rest.
More to life than money (y)(y)
 

carys

Well-Known Member
#11
My wife is a secondary maths teacher... about as secure as you can get I reckon :)
My wife is a secondary maths teacher... about as secure as you can get I reckon :)
The way technology going ther be less teachers m8 more work on line I think plastering more secure at least a computer cant plaster unless they invent a super robot spread and can't see that happening in our career
 

zombie

Private Member
#12
We both earn well and if we both had different parrners would no doubt both be the bread winners.

As it stands prob splitting hairs, difference being i work longer hours and my bodys f**k*d and have no holidays other than summer abroad with kids and xmas week.

Would defo rather have been born with a pussy!!!
 

JessThePlasterer

Queen Jess Elizabeth I
#13
We both earn well and if we both had different parrners would no doubt both be the bread winners.

As it stands prob splitting hairs, difference being i work longer hours and my bodys f**k*d and have no holidays other than summer abroad with kids and xmas week.

Would defo rather have been born with a pussy!!!
Evidently that wouldn’t mean you wouldn’t end up plastering!

Si earns an alright wage. I’d hate to have two self employed people under the same roof. I feel bad for him because he doesn’t like his job and gets stressed out. Mine might be hard work and I feel proper f**k*d at the mo but I am happy in general
 

carys

Well-Known Member
#14
The way technology going ther be less teachers m8 more work on line I think plastering more secure at least a computer cant plaster unless they invent a super robot spread and can't see that happening in our career
I think
We both earn well and if we both had different parrners would no doubt both be the bread winners.

As it stands prob splitting hairs, difference being i work longer hours and my bodys f**k*d and have no holidays other than summer abroad with kids and xmas week.

Would defo rather have been born with a pussy!!!
 

Cockney1

Well-Known Member
#16
We both earn well and if we both had different parrners would no doubt both be the bread winners.

As it stands prob splitting hairs, difference being i work longer hours and my bodys f**k*d and have no holidays other than summer abroad with kids and xmas week.

Would defo rather have been born with a pussy!!!
Bet you would mate! You wouldn’t get any work done though cause you would be finger blasting the s**t out of yourself! Lol.
 

essexandy

The Lake Governor
#17
My wife is also a secondary school teacher and as long as you don't do anything stupid it's as secure as any job there is.
 

carys

Well-Known Member
#18
My wife is also a secondary school teacher and as long as you don't do anything stupid it's as secure as any job there is.
Like geting it off whith the head and getting caught on the job
 

Vincey

Private Member
#19
Mrs works part time
I’m boss in house
 

stuart23

Private Member
#22
Since I’ve been on the railway and my wages have went up with my outgoings down the wife’s been angling to move to part time. Fking sure she is, away out on lunch dates with her mates while I’m stuck at work, she’s not on.
 

carys

Well-Known Member
#23
Since I’ve been on the railway and my wages have went up with my outgoings down the wife’s been angling to move to part time. Fking sure she is, away out on lunch dates with her mates while I’m stuck at work, she’s not on.
If she a teacher watch the headmaster
 

JessThePlasterer

Queen Jess Elizabeth I
#24
Since I’ve been on the railway and my wages have went up with my outgoings down the wife’s been angling to move to part time. Fking sure she is, away out on lunch dates with her mates while I’m stuck at work, she’s not on.
Go on Mrs Stuart23!!!! Sock it to him!!! :LOL:
 

McBentLegs

Active Member
#25
My missus earns decent wedge, don't want kids either, just got two cats to worry about!
 

Lodan

Well-Known Member
#26
Mrs is another teacher although primary
 

Lodan

Well-Known Member
#27
We've spent years reducing our outgoings, debt free now with mortgages currently on the hitlist being paid off as aggressively as we dare..with a bit of luck by the next recession I'll be mortgage and debt free
 

Danny

Administrator
#29
The way technology going ther be less teachers m8 more work on line I think plastering more secure at least a computer cant plaster unless they invent a super robot spread and can't see that happening in our career
I think in our lifetime her job is safe
 

imago

Private Member
#31
Quite a "married to a teacher" theme going on here. I wonder if that's dirty tradesmen punching above their weight? Or is it that teachers fancy a bit of rough?

My wife's a headteacher BTW.
 

Vincey

Private Member
#32
They say opposites attract
On the one hand seems to be a lot of well educated, sophisticated and probably beautiful women marry to

These plasterers on the other hand
 

Danny

Administrator
#33
My theory is that the tradesmen that seem to be relaxed and have a good reputation seem to have a wife with a good job and they dont seem to have the pressure that others have...

just a thought though
 

Danny

Administrator
#34
Quite a "married to a teacher" theme going on here. I wonder if that's dirty tradesmen punching above their weight? Or is it that teachers fancy a bit of rough?

My wife's a headteacher BTW.
punching mate :D
 

Olican

Bum Fisting Club
#35
My better half doesn't work so it's all on me, two young boys and an older one in university means I'm skint as fook:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:. I earn well but have massive outgoings, gone past worrying about bank balances a long time ago