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1 What did this involve? on Sun Mar 06, 2016 12:00 pm

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Came across this occupation when searching for someone and wondered what on earth Question

It was for a 15 year old girl and a sister age 20 also had the same occupation.

Occupation:
Cream Covering

The mind boggles as to what it could be Shocked

2 Re: What did this involve? on Mon Mar 07, 2016 11:53 am

Some sort of dairy work?   Smile

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PS : Apologies for such a dull and unimaginative reply Embarassed

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3 Re: What did this involve? on Tue Mar 08, 2016 8:20 am

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It's a sensible answer Smile

I found out they worked for a chocolate manufacturer so perhaps they were covering choccies in cream yummy Very Happy

I wonder if you would get sick of chocolate if you worked with it all day.
Personally I like to dunk mine in a hot drink, keeping it in the fridge is a big no no Arrow

4 Re: What did this involve? on Wed Mar 09, 2016 11:16 am

I used to work with someone who was obsessed with chocolate.  She told us once that, years ago, when she was at school she had a friend who's father was some sort of manager/boss at a local chocolate factory.  He promised her and his daughter that when their exams (GCSE or A levels - I can't remember) were over, he organise a factory visit for them.  But apparently at the same time as the exams were over, he got a new job, so the chocolate factory visit didn't take place.  

The way she told the story, it was as if the father had deliberately got another job at that particular time just to deprive her of the visit, and it obviously still rankled (sp?) all those years later. Rolling Eyes

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