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I can practically hear the duelling banjos... [Jul. 19th, 2007|12:20 pm]
[Current Location |Wanting to go postal]
[mood |cynicalcynical]
[music |Pro jekt - day after never]

Before I get into this, just wanna let you guys know I aced the interveiw and they've invited me to a second one on monday morning. (also, if I get this job, people are forbidden...on pain of being beaten severely about the head and body...from singing "Postman Pat", "The Mail Must Go Through" or "Hey! Mr Postman" at me)

Now, having just taken a walk through the city centre of my home town of Sunderland for the first time in the 2 weeks i've been back...i'm remembering why i never came back.

3 Years ago I got on the metro to newcastle and as the doors closed I yelled "so long Sunderland!! you ever see me back in this town you'll know I fucked up badly"

It has never occurred to me how seriously I meant that until today!!

Quote of the Day: You can't come home again - Thomas Wolfe

[User Picture]From: mrgof_tart
2007-07-19 11:44 am (UTC)
kinda reminds me of luke skywaker for some strange reason.

grats on the interview front bud :}
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[User Picture]From: kashandara
2007-07-19 02:47 pm (UTC)
Hurrah for good interviewmanship! Can I make "The postman always rings twice" jokes?

As for the 'hometown' feeling, I did almost exactly the same thing twelve years ago and have never regretted it. A few hours back there every so often is enough to convince me I didn't, and wouldn't ever, fit there. But I shan't slag it too hard since Ger still lives there!
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[User Picture]From: setvenharis
2007-07-19 04:47 pm (UTC)
Just don't go Postal if things go wrong! :-p

Well done and good luck for the second interview!
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