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Willie1Foot
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You are Shrek and I claim my fiver.
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Wyatt Earp
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I tell you what, all feminism aside, I'd fucking hate to be a porn actor. Even if I was still young and lithe. It would be rubbish, I reckon.
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Ginger Yellow
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Yeah, a mullet really wouldn't suit you.
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Amor de Cosmos
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Yeah. Ian Brown (the Canadian one) wrote a piece in Man Overboard on porn actors. Sad stuff. One guy, married with young kids, has real marital problems. Going home and making love to his wife after providing the wood all day in front of camera becomes impossible, physically and psychologically.
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lyra
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"Am I the only person on OTF who would prefer to live in a colder climate?"

Add me to the list. It gets too hot for me here in about March. My dream is to live in Iceland, Norway or Sweden.

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lyra
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Oh and apprently porn is one of the few careers where men get paid a lot worse than women.
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Reed
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I really want to take a vacation to see Scandanavia, but it's not really affordable, so I've heard.
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lyra
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It's not really but it's just the most wonderful place. I wish wish wish wish I could just go and live there. Not just for the weather. Everything is fabulous there.
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The missus and I are currently in pre-planning for living the dream.

Last week while on a snowboarding holiday in Chamonix, we hired a car and scoped out Evian-le-Bains, following up on the concept of running a bar/cafe as seen on a businesses for sale website. Unfortunately E-l-B was a bit too quiet and small for us, and there seemed to be a sufficient supply of the business we're interested in.

Chamonix would be good for a English Cafe/bar, somewhere where the Brit tourists and ex-pats (of which there are loads) could get a proper cup of tea etc. Unfortunatley property prices in Chamonix are hugely inflated, so that's a no go.

So in essence I would like to run my own simple businesss which would allow me time to get back into football management & coaching, something you can only really do as part of a couple of jobs (until you get a plum pro job).

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Ginger Yellow
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I'm struggling to think of a job that appeals less to me than running a bar/cafe for Brits abroad. Mortician?
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Croute au fromage et oeuf au plat
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Gus, you are a wimp, Irish winters are mild, windy and rainy. A bit like summers really...

Are there countries where you have cold winters and cool summers? Places you imagine to be cold in winter, like Canada or Switzerland, are also rather hot in summer (Geneva has average temp in midwinter of barely above freezing but low twenties in midsummer, that's average night/day temps btw)

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quote:
I'm struggling to think of a job that appeals less to me than running a bar/cafe for Brits abroad. Mortician?
Nah, a mortician would at least cop less grief from the patrons.
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Bored Of The Dance
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So in essence I would like to run my own simple businesss which would allow me time to get back into football management & coaching, something you can only really do as part of a couple of jobs (until you get a plum pro job).
Where were you doing it before, JtS?

I wouldn't mind coaching at an Academy for a pro club actually. I love coaching kids but prefer working with one set of kids and seeing their development.

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Ginger Yellow
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How about Helsinki or Stockholm, Croute?
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Actually, I reckon owning a bar on the beach somewhere like Mexico or something would be pretty good.
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