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Good and bad people at work

I don’t like people who were promoted by someone they were in a romantic relationship with. People who ran a department and gave their future spouse better holiday days off.

Some of these people said I wrote something in the wrong box. Because wasn’t sure which box to write “I don’t like you” in.

People who I do like. Including ones who say… I wouldn’t ask you to do something I wouldn’t do myself. People who help others to work and enjoy their work. People who push us sometimes out of our comfort zone.

I don’t like people’s whose faces look like they are laughing at you when they reply. I like people who smile at you when they open the door when you arrive.

I often don’t like people, who everyone else says, they are scared to speak to, or scared to talk to.

Other people, I know, don’t like people who say they will do something and then do not.

Somebody said to me today they like Gareth Southgate as England Manager

Yours Sincerely, Officer Clithero

I got my final reply from the Housing Ombudsman service although the name Clitheroe made me wonder if that was a such jab back at me for irritating them with my right to buy case.

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Then there’s the really weird football thing, where three black players all missed their penalties which resulted in England losing the match.

So I decided to include a throwback excerpt when it mattered if you messed up during a high profile match.

And you probably would have changed your name if you were called Clitheroe.