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  • I've got a silver Condor one you can have for cheaps

  • Condor - tenner I think.

  • Need a black one tommmm wouldve been ideal otherwise

    cheers cupcakes

  • Bargain Salsas in my parts bin

  • Tax question (And yes, I've UTFS but if you don't know what you're looking for you don't know how to find it):

    How do I know if I'm legally allowed to be a sole trader? I'm a social worker taking regular contracts that are unlikely to last more than 12 months, let alone 24 months. I was under the impression that this just allowed me either to set up a limited company or be paid under an umbrella company. Am I wrong? Can anyone point me to legal guidance that dictates who can and cannot register as a sole trader?

  • Anybody can legally become a sole trader, but some people might need a permit from their Local Authority depending on the kind of business they're setting up (I don't which businesses this includes, though). I take semi-regular contracts that last anything between a week or two to a couple of years. The length and number of your contracts doesn't matter, it's just a tax, administration, and liability decision. All you're really doing as a sole trader is telling the Inland Revenue that you're going to do your own tax returns and accounts and that all the money you earn, after tax, belongs to you and nobody else. There's not really much to it, tbh.

    https://www.gov.uk/business-legal-struct­ures/sole-trader

  • Call me when I an become a soul trader.

  • Anybody can legally become a sole trader

    While this is true, it does necessitate a change in the nature of the contract with anybody who employs you, one which a local authority looking to employ social workers is unlikely to be ready for, and may not even countenance.

  • In-laws are visiting from Sweden this weekend to inspect my parents for the first time, and I'm lumped with the cooking.

    Was thinking of doing roast pork loin, but how much meat do I need for 6 people? Was thinking 2.5 kilos?

  • Just spit roast a whole one.

  • In-laws are visiting from Sweden this weekend to inspect my parents for the first time, and I'm lumped with the cooking.

    Was thinking of doing roast pork loin, but how much meat do I need for 6 people? Was thinking 2.5 kilos?

    They're Swedish, surely a truckload of horse balls from Ikea would be more appropriate.

  • ^ trying to educate them!

  • Just spit roast a whole one.

    Now who is going to be the first: Snottyotter or Bare Necessities?

  • Oh no, definitely have to start with scoble.

  • They're Swedish, surely a truckload of horse balls from Ikea would be more appropriate.

    Prpblem solved.

    You're welcome.

  • cheap cross top lever for calliper brakes, fit on OS drops at the top and OS risers

    I picked up a pair of specialized ones for a cool £5 at my lbs back in cornwall.

  • Is it a 26.0mm cross lever that would fit a set of 'normal' road bars ? (that take a 26.4mm stem clamp)

  • how much meat do I need for 6 people? Was thinking 2.5 kilos?

    Bigger joints cook nicer, and cold cuts are lovely so it doesn't matter if you have some left over. You only really need about 1kg for 6 servings, that's about 6oz each in the old money, plenty if they are not complete gluttons.

  • Now who is going to be the first: Snottyotter or Bare Necessities?

    First what?

  • To have a skewer shoved so far up your bum that it comes out of your mouth.

  • We can make it a polo mallet if you prefer.

  • Just spit roast a whole one.

    Now who is going to be the first: Snottyotter or Bare Necessities?

    First what?

    To comment on Indra dodgy teen sex antics

    To have a skewer shoved so far up your bum that it comes out of your mouth.

    And again...

  • In-laws are visiting from Sweden this weekend to inspect my parents for the first time, and I'm lumped with the cooking.

    Was thinking of doing roast pork loin, but how much meat do I need for 6 people? Was thinking 2.5 kilos?

    Just spit roast a whole one.

    Now who is going to be the first: Snottyotter or Bare Necessities?

    Bigger joints cook nicer, and cold cuts are lovely so it doesn't matter if you have some left over. You only really need about 1kg for 6 servings, that's about 6oz each in the old money, plenty if they are not complete gluttons.

    I'm almost 100kg, so you'll probably be able to hold a street party.

    This weekends no good though. I need to marinate myself in whisky/rum/brandy for at least a week before cooking.

  • Well, I'm probably ahead of you there.

  • ^ Pre marinated?

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