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Postby Lightning McQueen » Tue Jan 04, 2022 8:40 am

Thanks for the lack of support fella's, there's nothing more comforting in knowing that when I'm down I can always rely on you bunch to sink the boots in.

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Re: Things that give you the sh1ts

Postby whufc » Tue Jan 11, 2022 10:08 am

2022...…...only 10 days in but its fair to say the ball hasn't bounced our way on a few different fronts. Hopefully the year can only get better. Sometimes you just got to get through the shit.
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Re: Things that give you the sh1ts

Postby Lightning McQueen » Tue Jan 11, 2022 10:35 am

whufc wrote:2022...…...only 10 days in but its fair to say the ball hasn't bounced our way on a few different fronts. Hopefully the year can only get better. Sometimes you just got to get through the shit.

Mate, I'm hearing you.

This has been the darkest start I've had to new year for as long as I remember, living a friggin nightmare but it's my own doing and time will see me through it.

Work seems to be my escape atm.
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Re: Things that give you the sh1ts

Postby Spargo » Tue Jan 11, 2022 12:31 pm

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Re: Things that give you the sh1ts

Postby whufc » Tue Jan 11, 2022 12:33 pm

Lightning McQueen wrote:
whufc wrote:2022...…...only 10 days in but its fair to say the ball hasn't bounced our way on a few different fronts. Hopefully the year can only get better. Sometimes you just got to get through the shit.

Mate, I'm hearing you.

This has been the darkest start I've had to new year for as long as I remember, living a friggin nightmare but it's my own doing and time will see me through it.

Work seems to be my escape atm.


Yeah same mate...……

The most annoying part is most of my issues stem back from bad decisions made many moons ago...……..if only I knew now what I didn't know then. Throw on top of that some future happenings that aren't overly exciting to look forward to and I'm finding I'm really in a rut, not feeling a great purpose at moment. I know its only sport but seeing that coming to an end as it is (for multiple of reasons that cant be avoided) on top of everything else going on has amplified the sadness of that.

Luckily for me the relationship at home with the partner is strongish, we aren't the greatest couple on earth (who is) but one thing is for sure is that we have each's others back through thick and thin which is a great source of comfort and support. We love the community we live in and couldn't be happier with that.

Work was most definitely my escape but we are now in the middle of summer im moving from one issue to another at work and finding im moving from being the bad guy in one situation to playing the bad guy in the next situation. As a general rule of thumb I do like to make people happy and have never enjoyed the 'disciplinarily' element of management.

Safooty has also been a bit of an escape which is why my posting numbers have increased to many peoples dismay.haha..……….I understand how it all works though especially when you do go against the grain on many occasions.

Just need to book a big holiday or set some big audacious hair goals to get the old me back.
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Re: Things that give you the sh1ts

Postby Jimmy_041 » Tue Jan 11, 2022 12:40 pm

whufc wrote:
Lightning McQueen wrote:
whufc wrote:2022...…...only 10 days in but its fair to say the ball hasn't bounced our way on a few different fronts. Hopefully the year can only get better. Sometimes you just got to get through the shit.

Mate, I'm hearing you.

This has been the darkest start I've had to new year for as long as I remember, living a friggin nightmare but it's my own doing and time will see me through it.

Work seems to be my escape atm.


Yeah same mate...……

The most annoying part is most of my issues stem back from bad decisions made many moons ago...……..if only I knew now what I didn't know then. Throw on top of that some future happenings that aren't overly exciting to look forward to and I'm finding I'm really in a rut, not feeling a great purpose at moment. I know its only sport but seeing that coming to an end as it is (for multiple of reasons that cant be avoided) on top of everything else going on has amplified the sadness of that.

Luckily for me the relationship at home with the partner is strongish, we aren't the greatest couple on earth (who is) but one thing is for sure is that we have each's others back through thick and thin which is a great source of comfort and support. We love the community we live in and couldn't be happier with that.

Work was most definitely my escape but we are now in the middle of summer im moving from one issue to another at work and finding im moving from being the bad guy in one situation to playing the bad guy in the next situation. As a general rule of thumb I do like to make people happy and have never enjoyed the 'disciplinarily' element of management.

Safooty has also been a bit of an escape which is why my posting numbers have increased to many peoples dismay.haha..……….I understand how it all works though especially when you do go against the grain on many occasions.

Just need to book a big holiday or set some big audacious hair goals to get the old me back.


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Life has its ups and downs.
I dont dwell on the bad $hit - just move on and enjoy the good $hit for as long as it lasts
Then get on here and rev a few people up - that always makes my day happier :D (although it might be same said bad $hit for some others) :-BD
Mrs Jimmy's margarita slushies on Saturdays help as well. I'll send you the recipe if you want it
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Re: Things that give you the sh1ts

Postby Booney » Tue Jan 11, 2022 12:48 pm

whufc wrote:As a general rule of thumb I do like to make people happy and have never enjoyed the 'disciplinarily' element of management.


Management is about setting examples, demonstrating the proper habits and from there your actions will show your staff how to perform.

If and when it comes to actual discipline if you've done the above, set the right examples, shown the right habits then it's not your fault they've got into that position and you'll cope with the process much easier. It won't be your doing that they find themselves in that position and because of that you'll find the process easier.
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Re: Things that give you the sh1ts

Postby Lightning McQueen » Tue Jan 11, 2022 12:57 pm

Jimmy_041 wrote:
Keep your chin up: both of you
Life has its ups and downs.
I dont dwell on the bad $hit - just move on and enjoy the good $hit for as long as it lasts
Then get on here and rev a few people up - that always makes my day happier :D (although it might be same said bad $hit for some others) :-BD
Mrs Jimmy's margarita slushies on Saturdays help as well. I'll send you the recipe if you want it

Don't worry about the recipe, I'll just bring the leopard print speedos and a towel over.
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Re: Things that give you the sh1ts

Postby whufc » Tue Jan 11, 2022 12:58 pm

Booney wrote:
whufc wrote:As a general rule of thumb I do like to make people happy and have never enjoyed the 'disciplinarily' element of management.


Management is about setting examples, demonstrating the proper habits and from there your actions will show your staff how to perform.

If and when it comes to actual discipline if you've done the above, set the right examples, shown the right habits then it's not your fault they've got into that position and you'll cope with the process much easier. It won't be your doing that they find themselves in that position and because of that you'll find the process easier.


Yeah I'm comfortable in knowing a lot of what's happening is not my fault (albeit ive been absent for 3 weeks now between two covid close contact isolations and then having the bulging disc flair up) but its not enjoyable when you look at your calendar for the rest of the week and see all your dealing with is solving minor negative issues eg staff behaviour, plant room maintenance, budgetary issues, staffing number issues due to isolations. That's management though.

Don't get me wrong I love my job and usually I have a really solid balance between completing reports, dealing with day to day issues and developing and growing the business but at the moment im literally moving from one issue to the next and that is it...….it's not all staff issues either pretty much one of those if anything can go wrong will go wrong starts to the year including the obscure. Just not seeing an end in sight, I guess that's what happens when your job is manage rec centres and swimming pools in the middle of summer.

Just having a whinge...………..in football terms I'm not having many wins on or off the park at the moment.. Need a bit of change in fortune. Would help if all our 18-23 year old staff (90% of our staff base) stopped going to the city every weekend on Covid close contact tours hahaha :lol:
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Re: Things that give you the sh1ts

Postby Lightning McQueen » Tue Jan 11, 2022 1:02 pm

Booney wrote:
whufc wrote:As a general rule of thumb I do like to make people happy and have never enjoyed the 'disciplinarily' element of management.


Management is about setting examples, demonstrating the proper habits and from there your actions will show your staff how to perform.

If and when it comes to actual discipline if you've done the above, set the right examples, shown the right habits then it's not your fault they've got into that position and you'll cope with the process much easier. It won't be your doing that they find themselves in that position and because of that you'll find the process easier.


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I've had one that has pushed my boundaries and constantly challenges me (and everyone else) but I refuse to play the game.

They complained to my manager about me then halfway through giving their spiel that listened to what they had just said and reneged on the complaint.

I'll bend over backwards to support my staff but if they try to bend me over forward they're on their own.
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Re: Things that give you the sh1ts

Postby Jimmy_041 » Tue Jan 11, 2022 1:30 pm

Lightning McQueen wrote:
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Keep your chin up: both of you
Life has its ups and downs.
I dont dwell on the bad $hit - just move on and enjoy the good $hit for as long as it lasts
Then get on here and rev a few people up - that always makes my day happier :D (although it might be same said bad $hit for some others) :-BD
Mrs Jimmy's margarita slushies on Saturdays help as well. I'll send you the recipe if you want it

Don't worry about the recipe, I'll just bring the leopard print speedos and a towel over.


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Re: Things that give you the sh1ts

Postby Footy Chick » Tue Jan 11, 2022 4:22 pm

Jimmy_041 wrote:
whufc wrote:
Lightning McQueen wrote:
whufc wrote:2022...…...only 10 days in but its fair to say the ball hasn't bounced our way on a few different fronts. Hopefully the year can only get better. Sometimes you just got to get through the shit.

Mate, I'm hearing you.

This has been the darkest start I've had to new year for as long as I remember, living a friggin nightmare but it's my own doing and time will see me through it.

Work seems to be my escape atm.


Yeah same mate...……

The most annoying part is most of my issues stem back from bad decisions made many moons ago...……..if only I knew now what I didn't know then. Throw on top of that some future happenings that aren't overly exciting to look forward to and I'm finding I'm really in a rut, not feeling a great purpose at moment. I know its only sport but seeing that coming to an end as it is (for multiple of reasons that cant be avoided) on top of everything else going on has amplified the sadness of that.

Luckily for me the relationship at home with the partner is strongish, we aren't the greatest couple on earth (who is) but one thing is for sure is that we have each's others back through thick and thin which is a great source of comfort and support. We love the community we live in and couldn't be happier with that.

Work was most definitely my escape but we are now in the middle of summer im moving from one issue to another at work and finding im moving from being the bad guy in one situation to playing the bad guy in the next situation. As a general rule of thumb I do like to make people happy and have never enjoyed the 'disciplinarily' element of management.

Safooty has also been a bit of an escape which is why my posting numbers have increased to many peoples dismay.haha..……….I understand how it all works though especially when you do go against the grain on many occasions.

Just need to book a big holiday or set some big audacious hair goals to get the old me back.


Keep your chin up: both of you
Life has its ups and downs.
I dont dwell on the bad $hit - just move on and enjoy the good $hit for as long as it lasts
Then get on here and rev a few people up - that always makes my day happier :D (although it might be same said bad $hit for some others) :-BD
Mrs Jimmy's margarita slushies on Saturdays help as well. I'll send you the recipe if you want it


I can highly recommend Mrs Jimmys Margaritas! :partyman:
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Re: Things that give you the sh1ts

Postby Jimmy_041 » Tue Jan 11, 2022 5:45 pm

Footy Chick wrote:
Jimmy_041 wrote:
whufc wrote:
Lightning McQueen wrote:
Mate, I'm hearing you.

This has been the darkest start I've had to new year for as long as I remember, living a friggin nightmare but it's my own doing and time will see me through it.

Work seems to be my escape atm.


Yeah same mate...……

The most annoying part is most of my issues stem back from bad decisions made many moons ago...……..if only I knew now what I didn't know then. Throw on top of that some future happenings that aren't overly exciting to look forward to and I'm finding I'm really in a rut, not feeling a great purpose at moment. I know its only sport but seeing that coming to an end as it is (for multiple of reasons that cant be avoided) on top of everything else going on has amplified the sadness of that.

Luckily for me the relationship at home with the partner is strongish, we aren't the greatest couple on earth (who is) but one thing is for sure is that we have each's others back through thick and thin which is a great source of comfort and support. We love the community we live in and couldn't be happier with that.

Work was most definitely my escape but we are now in the middle of summer im moving from one issue to another at work and finding im moving from being the bad guy in one situation to playing the bad guy in the next situation. As a general rule of thumb I do like to make people happy and have never enjoyed the 'disciplinarily' element of management.

Safooty has also been a bit of an escape which is why my posting numbers have increased to many peoples dismay.haha..……….I understand how it all works though especially when you do go against the grain on many occasions.

Just need to book a big holiday or set some big audacious hair goals to get the old me back.


Keep your chin up: both of you
Life has its ups and downs.
I dont dwell on the bad $hit - just move on and enjoy the good $hit for as long as it lasts
Then get on here and rev a few people up - that always makes my day happier :D (although it might be same said bad $hit for some others) :-BD
Mrs Jimmy's margarita slushies on Saturdays help as well. I'll send you the recipe if you want it


I can highly recommend Mrs Jimmys Margaritas! :partyman:


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Re: Things that give you the sh1ts

Postby locky801 » Tue Jan 11, 2022 6:06 pm

Take care guys, you know your SA footy family is here if needed ;)
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Re: Things that give you the sh1ts

Postby carey » Tue Jan 11, 2022 8:39 pm

locky801 wrote:Take care guys, you know your SA footy family is here if needed ;)



Absolutely. Especially @WHUFC and @LightningMcQueen I’ve played a hell of a lot of cricket against these 2. Bloody good blokes.

Not Carey good, but close.
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Re: Things that give you the sh1ts

Postby mighty_tiger_79 » Tue Jan 11, 2022 8:43 pm

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locky801 wrote:Take care guys, you know your SA footy family is here if needed ;)



Absolutely. Especially @WHUFC and @LightningMcQueen I’ve played a hell of a lot of cricket against these 2. Bloody good blokes.

Not Carey good, but close.
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Re: Things that give you the sh1ts

Postby mickey » Tue Jan 11, 2022 10:53 pm

carey wrote:
locky801 wrote:Take care guys, you know your SA footy family is here if needed ;)



Absolutely. Especially @WHUFC and @LightningMcQueen I’ve played a hell of a lot of cricket against these 2. Bloody good blokes.

Not Carey good, but close.


Well we all know how whufc feels about Carey's cricketing ability at the moment

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Re: Things that give you the sh1ts

Postby whufc » Wed Jan 12, 2022 9:05 am

carey wrote:
locky801 wrote:Take care guys, you know your SA footy family is here if needed ;)



Absolutely. Especially @WHUFC and @LightningMcQueen I’ve played a hell of a lot of cricket against these 2. Bloody good blokes.

Not Carey good, but close.


Cheers mate, really appreciate it.
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