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    sweetlove666 [sign in to see picture]
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    poppy904 wrote:

    would you also belive that my ex was going to try and get lucy off me in court by saying that he should have custody because i work full time and he doesnt work at all so he can spend more time with her??? his solicitor told him not to bother as he would just get laughed at!!

    i went in without a solicitor (as i didnt qualify for legal aid, apparently food and nappies dont count as an expense) and still won the custody battle with zero legal knowledge, cos his solicitor told him to back down and accept whatever i offered him (which was every saturday and sunday, so better than most dads get) x

    ok, you should have had a family liasion officer who would have made reccomendations to the court. it is no longer the norm that the unemployed partner gets custody, so long as there is adequate childcare.

    you dont strictly need a lawyer for child custody hearings either, because of the reccomendations by the liason officer are usually what is agreed upon, or the descussion is based on what the parents agree upon.

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    i'm a legal student, in my second year at the moment.

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    Puppies77 [sign in to see picture]
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    Scrubber lmao ya funny woman :)

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    Honeytongue [sign in to see picture]
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    I am a full time primary school teacher. I've got my own three kids at home and of course I'm very busy keeping my OH happy.

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    ithinkaboutittoomuch [sign in to see picture]
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    i'm a house husband . We have 2 kids , 1 is 19 the other is 5. Need to get a PT job now the youngest is at school

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    Lady Luna [sign in to see picture]
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    I'm a final year archaeology student, hoplly soon to be a Masters forensic anthropology student if all goes to plan!

    And also a Morrisons slave, when my health actually permits me to go to work!

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    marriedjones wrote:

    prison officer

    I'd love to be a prison officer! x

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    Ilovemyman [sign in to see picture]
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    Lady Luna wrote:

    I'm a final year archaeology student, hoplly soon to be a Masters forensic anthropology student if all goes to plan!

    And also a Morrisons slave, when my health actually permits me to go to work!

    I'm sure i know you! I thought i did when i saw your pic but now you have said that i'm sure hahah! xxx Oh not know you as a friend just by sight!

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    Lady Luna [sign in to see picture]
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    ...Ulp! I've been recognised.

    Any idea where from?

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    My job title sounds pretty boring - Vehicle Examiner. I work in a bus depot and basically my job is to do mini MOT checks on the buses once a month.

    I trained as a mechanic, but somehow found myself lumped with a job which requires little more than a small hammer and a clipboard, and a pen...

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    SweetSubmission [sign in to see picture]
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    I'm a theatre director. I think I may be the only one here.

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    Despina Rose [sign in to see picture]
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    I'm a care assisstant at a local care home. Not that exicting. But when night comes, the claws come out....

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    Student with lots of free time!

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    Loves huni wrote:

    im a student at college but also work in the bakewell pudding shop (the original one )

    x

    I'm guessing in Bakewell then? I thought you were from Sheffield and its a fair distance away.

    Been there anyway! Don't think I really liked them... Sorry!

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    Bloody students! Bloody everywhere, bloody always in the way, bloody in the local bars, bloody always got loads of spare time on their hands, bloody students! ;-)Hey LH what's a bakewell pudding? SG x

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    Alicia D'amore [sign in to see picture]
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    Loves huni wrote:

    well i live near sheffield (chesterfield) but people recognise where sheffield is lol but yeah it takes a good 45/50 mins on the bus in the morning :( but its a lovely place to work and everyone is nice (except some mardy customer!)

    and yeah not everyone likes them i like them though so its all cool

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    I live about the same distance from Bakewell but in the other direction!

    SG - a bakewell pudding "consists of a puff pastry shell with a layer of jam covered with a filling of eggs, sugar, butter and almonds"

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bakewell_tart

    I'm not a fan.


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    SEXYGET 69 [sign in to see picture]
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    Not for me either. Not an Almond fan but I do like Marc Almonds tainted love! I'd rather have a Manchester Tart. They iz da biz! Rather tasty. SG x

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    SweetSubmission [sign in to see picture]
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    I LOVE them! I'm a big fan of anything almondy/marzipan esque. Yum.

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    WandA [sign in to see picture]
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    Aaa Chesterfield.

    I've seen the prices of the buses in Derbyshire too LH. Rip Off!!

    Bakewell is nice though. Tut Ad, not Bakewell tarts, Bakewell puddings.

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    Alicia D'amore [sign in to see picture]
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    WandA wrote:

    Aaa Chesterfield.

    I've seen the prices of the buses in Derbyshire too LH. Rip Off!!

    Bakewell is nice though. Tut Ad, not Bakewell tarts, Bakewell puddings.

    That page has a section about puddings further down - it's just named tarts!

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    Hi all, had some good news the other day so thought I would share it with you lovely people (good news and sunshine seem to go together atm).

    I did have my own gardening business, but due to a serious illness just after Christmas I had to stop work. Now not onlyis my condition managed, starting monday I will starting a new job in a factory as a kind of trainee manager. As they are only just recovering from the recession the idea is I learn the basics whilst they are still quiet ish, and in about 6months will take over from 2 people who are retiring So YAYYYY I may soon have money to spend on a few treats from the old wish list.

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