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[[Government]] employee who delivers [[letters]] and parcels.
 
[[Government]] employee who delivers [[letters]] and parcels.
  
Used to be smart and courteous. Now scruffy, only occasionally polite and has a tendancy to keep most of the mail he's supposed to be delivering. Sometimes gets to shag the lady of the house when delivering recorded delivery letters ''(at least he does in the some of the movies in my collection!)''
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Used to be smart and courteous. The postie is now usually scruffy, occasionally polite, [[Nigerian]] and has a tendancy to keep most of the mail he's supposed to be delivering. Sometimes gets to shag the lady of the house when delivering recorded delivery letters ''(at least he does in the some of the movies in my collection!)''
  
Seen on bikes and in red vans with [[Royal Mail]] written on the side.
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Often seen on bikes and in red vans with [[Royal Mail]] written on the side. Most work for [[Royal Mail]] although a large number will be part-time students earning beer money by losing recorded delivery letters.
 
 
Most work for [[Royal Mail]] although a large number will be part time students earning beer money by losing recorded delivery letters.
 
  
 
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[[category: Trades, Roles and Professions]]

Revision as of 10:55, 14 October 2006

Government employee who delivers letters and parcels.

Used to be smart and courteous. The postie is now usually scruffy, occasionally polite, Nigerian and has a tendancy to keep most of the mail he's supposed to be delivering. Sometimes gets to shag the lady of the house when delivering recorded delivery letters (at least he does in the some of the movies in my collection!)

Often seen on bikes and in red vans with Royal Mail written on the side. Most work for Royal Mail although a large number will be part-time students earning beer money by losing recorded delivery letters.