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The word dece. An absolute pleasure and privilege to have this tremendz word in my vocabulary.

How's this pronounced? Like decent minus the 'ent' (I assume it's that) or something stupid like 'dee-say' or 'dee-chay'? Stupid sound for a stupid word wouldn't surprise me tbh.

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How's this pronounced? Like decent minus the 'ent' (I assume it's that) or something stupid like 'dee-say' or 'dee-chay'? Stupid sound for a stupid word wouldn't surprise me tbh.

It's pronounced dece.

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We the people of P&B demand answers! What has happened to the old thread!

Oh and as of today I have an empty for 11 days! Glorious! :D

I had an empty for a week not long ago. It was sensational. I was gutted when my mum got back.

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You missed a great opportunity with the title of this. The prvious RTBC thread wasn't the original, this should clearly have been titled "Reasons to be Cheerful: Part 3"

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Just been told that my boss will be paying for me to get my Personal Alcohol Licence, usually costs about £400 for it.

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Just been told that my boss will be paying for me to get my Personal Alcohol Licence, usually costs about £400 for it.

Am I missing something? I got mine for free when I turned 18.

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Am I missing something? I got mine for free when I turned 18.

Everywhere that sells alcohol needs at least one member of staff that has a personal licence saying they are allowed to sell alcohol to the public and they usually charge about £400 to get it.

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It's pronounced dece.

Absolute catastrophic word. Only a Livi alias troll could come up with such bawbaggery.

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Everywhere that sells alcohol needs at least one member of staff that has a personal licence saying they are allowed to sell alcohol to the public and they usually charge about £400 to get it.

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Gotcha.

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Does the Personal Alcohol Licence holder get a significant wage bump for having sed licence?

I got promoted to manager last week so got my pay increase then.

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It just seems insane a worker would fork out £400ish and not at least be given a pay increase.

It makes getting a mangers job in the future a lot easier if you have your own personal licence, some places might give people a pay increase for having it but my work doesn't.

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Passed all my exams (just in some cases). Went for a run along the beach, it was lovely down there sunny and nobody about. Summer starts here I guess, well after my two 8 hour shifts today an tomorrow.

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Passed all my exams (just in some cases). Went for a run along the beach, it was lovely down there sunny and nobody about. Summer starts here I guess, well after my two 8 hour shifts today an tomorrow.

Congratulations

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