(full site)
Fark.com

Try out our new mobile site!


Back To Main
   Teacher fired for trimming bush

31 Jan 2013 12:21 PM   |   26282 clicks   |   Telegraph
Showing 1-45 of 45 comments
Refresh
Nothing To See Here     
What a Country

31 Jan 2013 12:22 PM
Just_a_Bear     
"pruned a bush without performing a risk assessment"
is that a euphemism?

31 Jan 2013 12:25 PM
realmojo     
rlv.zcache.comView Full Size

31 Jan 2013 12:26 PM
StrangeQ     
Well I can see this is not at all the thread I was hoping it would be.

31 Jan 2013 12:26 PM
iheartscotch     
I'd trim HER bush.

/ if you know what I mean

// if you do, please tell me

31 Jan 2013 12:28 PM
Fissile     
English "beautiful".  Are there no hot women in the UK?......Foreign women living in the UK don't count.

31 Jan 2013 12:29 PM
roblarky     
ourweed.comView Full Size


3.bp.blogspot.comView Full Size

31 Jan 2013 12:29 PM
one_drummer     
This thread, I haz a disappoint.

31 Jan 2013 12:30 PM
jonjr215     
Here's a trimmed bush:
 
t2.gstatic.comView Full Size

31 Jan 2013 12:33 PM
Yeah Whatever     
I need to see pictures of the bush in question before I can form an opinion on this subject.

31 Jan 2013 12:34 PM
Occam's Taser     
"The 43 year-old had been accused of breaking rules over disciplining a youngster, having poor relationships with colleagues and breaking health and safety rules, the tribunal was told."

Obviously, I don't know the woman, but she kind of has biatch-face in that photo. Wouldn't be surprised if she was a pain in the ass to work with and they were scraping together some reasons to dismiss her. Problem is you can count on a biatch to take you to court.

31 Jan 2013 12:36 PM
oldfarthenry    [TotalFark]  
i1151.photobucket.comView Full Size

Is that bare taint?
YOU'RE FIRED!!

31 Jan 2013 12:39 PM
jst3p    [TotalFark]  
Today, it emerged that she had been awarded £70,000 - the maximum possible amount -

We need a law like that.

31 Jan 2013 12:43 PM
ronaprhys     
goddammitsomuch.  This has got to rank as one of the most disappointing threads I've seen in quite some time.  A teacher trimming bush should be nothing but hawt lesbo stuff.

31 Jan 2013 12:47 PM
durbnpoisn    [TotalFark]  
FTFA:

One "ridiculous" allegation centred on suggestions that Miss Smith, from Crookes, Sheffield, had not pruned a bush without performing a risk assessment.


So did she do it or not?

31 Jan 2013 12:54 PM
MCStymie     

Occam's Taser: "The 43 year-old had been accused of breaking rules over disciplining a youngster, having poor relationships with colleagues and breaking health and safety rules, the tribunal was told."

Obviously, I don't know the woman, but she kind of has biatch-face in that photo. Wouldn't be surprised if she was a pain in the ass to work with and they were scraping together some reasons to dismiss her. Problem is you can count on a biatch to take you to court.


In all fairness, when you have to deal with "problem youths," a bittchface is probably an asset.  She can probably also fight, shout commands,  take control, give spankings...


/...aaaaand I'll be in my bunk.

31 Jan 2013 12:55 PM
cwolf20     
And what did George Bush beta aka George Bush Senior aka "Read my lips" have to say about the trimming.  Did he complain or did she sneak up on him.

(I read the FA live with it)

31 Jan 2013 12:56 PM
offmymeds     
wizbangblog.comView Full Size


What a risk assessment might look like.

31 Jan 2013 12:57 PM
Jument     
I am completely shocked that this was in fact, just a bush.

31 Jan 2013 01:00 PM
Smgth     
I thought the only women who could be fired for bush trimming were porn stars...

/Which this thread badly needs.
/TTIUWOP

31 Jan 2013 01:01 PM
farkstorm     
FTFA: She added: "I was on full pay for nine months doing nothing, which is something I was horrified about because I have friends who run companies and were having to make redundancies."

wtf does that mean in English?

31 Jan 2013 01:02 PM
jst3p    [TotalFark]  

farkstorm: FTFA: She added: "I was on full pay for nine months doing nothing, which is something I was horrified about because I have friends who run companies and were having to make redundancies."

wtf does that mean in English?


She was on paid leave for nine months which is silly because she has friends that run businesses that are downsizing.

31 Jan 2013 01:05 PM
vwr0527     

durbnpoisn: FTFA:

One "ridiculous" allegation centred on suggestions that Miss Smith, from Crookes, Sheffield, had not pruned a bush without performing a risk assessment.


So did she do it or not?


According to that sentence, she did do a risk assessment. Double negatives.

31 Jan 2013 01:16 PM
waterrockets     
May I trim your hedges?
www.sho.comView Full Size


/hotter than the teacher

31 Jan 2013 01:21 PM
Mikeyworld     
Obliviously, a ginger-based punishment.

/send her to my bunk...I'll handle this

31 Jan 2013 01:25 PM
durbnpoisn    [TotalFark]  

vwr0527: durbnpoisn: FTFA:

One "ridiculous" allegation centred on suggestions that Miss Smith, from Crookes, Sheffield, had not pruned a bush without performing a risk assessment.


So did she do it or not?

According to that sentence, she did do a risk assessment. Double negatives.



Either that or she didn't prune the bush because she didn't perform a risk assesment.

31 Jan 2013 01:34 PM
cig-mkr     

iheartscotch: I'd trim HER bush.

/ if you know what I mean

// if you do, please tell me


Like this?
cache.jezebel.comView Full Size

31 Jan 2013 01:38 PM
cig-mkr     
I had a friend from England visiting a while back and had a tree being removed at the same time. He couldn't believe that I didn't need permission from the "city counsel" first.

31 Jan 2013 01:41 PM
SlothB77    [TotalFark]  

waterrockets: May I trim your hedges?
[www.sho.com image 850x531]

/hotter than the teacher


came to post this.  i see this is already taken care of.

31 Jan 2013 01:48 PM
aesirx     
I'd love to put my penis inside her vagina.

/and by "put my penis inside", I mean "trim"
//and by "vagina", I mean "bush"
///wait, that's not right ...

31 Jan 2013 02:24 PM
dopekitty74     

farkstorm: FTFA: She added: "I was on full pay for nine months doing nothing, which is something I was horrified about because I have friends who run companies and were having to make redundancies."

wtf does that mean in English?


She felt guilty about being paid for doing no work, while some of her friends were forced to lay off employees due to the poor economy

31 Jan 2013 02:35 PM
Brian The Fist     
www.wearysloth.comView Full Size

Sharp knees.  Would not hit.

31 Jan 2013 02:54 PM
czei     
The poor bush probably got a brazilian and died.

31 Jan 2013 03:14 PM
Aquapope     
FTFA: After she was sacked she was placed on the "dismissed persons register", which hindered her chances of gaining new employment.

This would only be reasonable if there were a "Asshole Employer Register". Even then, they hold to much power in hiring an firing. Who hasn't had a boss who had a "fark you, I'm the boss, I can fire you! attitude?

I've run a business, and it failed, but not because of my employees. It lasted much longer than it should have because of those employees.

31 Jan 2013 03:19 PM
I agree with you     
I was all excited when I seen subbys headline, and then went to read the article,, now I'm like WTF, I am dissapoint

31 Jan 2013 03:33 PM
opiumpoopy     

GDubDub: Dismissed Person's Register?  They still have good old fashioned and state sanctioned blacklists in the UK?


Apparently there are. Although lawyers seem to be slowly waking up to the fee opportunities of getting some of them declared illegal by the courts.

Sometimes, lawyers just might perform a public service.

31 Jan 2013 03:42 PM
opiumpoopy     

cig-mkr: I had a friend from England visiting a while back and had a tree being removed at the same time. He couldn't believe that I didn't need permission from the "city counsel" first.


Depends on the age and type of the tree and where it is. We don't have HOAs, but if you live in a 200-year old house with a 200-year old garden, you're not free to do whatever the hell you like. You know this before you but the house.

This is England. We like old stuff.

31 Jan 2013 03:47 PM
opiumpoopy     
/ "buy the house"

// stoopid speelchuck

31 Jan 2013 03:48 PM
waffle299     

Just_a_Bear: "pruned a bush without performing a risk assessment"
is that a euphemism?


Wait. Is it even possible it is not?!

31 Jan 2013 04:02 PM
Another Government Employee     
It sounds like the manager needs to be in the secure unit (I'm assuming this is the UK equivalent of a Group Home).

31 Jan 2013 05:01 PM
Jument     

cig-mkr: I had a friend from England visiting a while back and had a tree being removed at the same time. He couldn't believe that I didn't need permission from the "city counsel" first.


In a lot of places in the US you would need permission. In most cities and many towns, I think you probably would.

31 Jan 2013 06:02 PM
lack of warmth     

jst3p: farkstorm: FTFA: She added: "I was on full pay for nine months doing nothing, which is something I was horrified about because I have friends who run companies and were having to make redundancies."

wtf does that mean in English?

She was on paid leave for nine months which is silly because she has friends that run businesses that are downsizing.


Okay, now who has this in German?

31 Jan 2013 09:50 PM
Clint_Torres     

durbnpoisn: FTFA:

One "ridiculous" allegation centred on suggestions that Miss Smith, from Crookes, Sheffield, had not pruned a bush without performing a risk assessment.


So did she do it or not?


This.

31 Jan 2013 10:13 PM
Fano     
She also... Pruned.. The hedges... Of many small villagers

01 Feb 2013 12:00 AM
sblafren     
In Portland, if the tree is in the parking strip you will need permission to remove it AND proof that you have already purchased an approved replacement. The street trees are part if the city's urban forest.

01 Feb 2013 05:46 AM
Showing 1-45 of 45 comments
Refresh
This thread is closed to new comments.


Back To Main

More Headlines:
Main | Sports | Business | Geek | Entertainment | Politics | Video | FarkUs | Contests | Fark Party | Combined