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Would you do this job for 13K per year?
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She had been doing it for 21 years!  How much did she start on? :o

There must be some type of error in that article, as Morturary Technicians are on about 48K per year! (i've done my research).

I must admit, even though its a 'dead end job'  Wink, it is something different to the norm, and could you imagine talking to some random stranger and they ask you what you do! :o

Also, sounds really interesting, as you obviously have to establish the cause of death etc., so a lot of investigating, i could be the next Quincy! Big Grin
resim


(i loved that program).
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#2
£13k - no chance - "over my dead body!"

Perhaps she just logged them and moved them in and out of their fridges.........

Mind you, thats usually a mans job as bodies are a "dead weight"
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#3
This story is clearly made up. Someone in Liverpool with a job? :o
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#4
&quot;redwinnie&quot; Wrote:This story is clearly made up. Someone in Liverpool with a job? :o

Plenty of dead bodies though.... so could be true.
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#5
Tbh I find this more worrying

DANGER MONEY

An American radio DJ allergic to perfume was awarded £5.8 million after a scent-wearing colleague made it worse

- Only in America (for now)
My riding is more up and down than the damn area I live in! And the tart's knickers who lives next door - Combined!  :o
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#6
You haveto think of the environment. Apparently it's a really nice place to work - people are dieing to get in Big Grin
And in located well - dead centre of Liverpool Big Grin

ok, enough. I get my coat.
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#7
Im corpsing!....


right behind you Tinc.........
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#8
Well it tasted like a prawn!

sorry, old mortuary apprentice joke ;D
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#9
13K a year. Doesn't mention how many hours she works though. Could be well paid. Not to mention she bound to be claiming of the social as well. She's probably really well off.By scouse standards anyway.
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