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littleone
Posted: 04-April-2007 at 12:36pm | IP Logged Quote littleone
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Hello everyone!

As the title says it's my first time at Glasto this year

I have a problem though, I could only get a ticket and coach deal, don't mind going by coach (even tho I'll be on my own, rest of party got normal tickets!), it's just the fact that I work in a school and i'm not allowed term time holidays so can't go down (and stay down) on the advertised Wednesday.

so I have two options, the first being to go down on the Wednesday am, meet up with my boyfriend there, then take his car back up to Wigan (where we live). then return on the friday night

or, invent a decent medical excuse for having three days off work and being uncontactable and go down on the Wednesday to remain there

both options involve having SOME time off, but which should I do?!

anyone any medical reasons they can suggest for the three days off?!
 
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pull a sickie

 
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Hi Polly, thanks for your reply - I would just need a reason for being completely uncontactable though. I regularly get called at home, even when I'm ill!
 
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You have the plague and your tongue has fell out and only sitting in a field in Somerset can cure it?
 
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Be in hospital for whatever. You're not permitted to use mobiles there ;)



Edited because I can't spell hostipal!


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you know what puts fear of got into any manager? rightly or wrongly its  "womens troubles"!!!!!      they either wont ask for more information or you can self-certificate, thats the joy of modern sickness policies  :)
 
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chronic depression has worked for me for 5 years now........ don't recommend it tho

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cheaper by the dozen?? only i can get a carer pass in 2013 ;)
 
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Hey, know it's a bit morbid and all that but it's sure to work - how about a convenient bereavement of a fairly close (but living far away) relative?

Good excuse to turn your phone off and have to visit family elsewhere in the country for a lovely funeral and ham sandwiches.....

...just make sure you don't end up accidentally on TV behind Jo Wiley....
 
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I can think of  worse places to be.






Slough?
 
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if you are not a teacher then I would say don't worry about it, I have said I am either going to G or I leave to a couple of jobs they have let me have the holiday
 
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