Tacascarow wrote:I'd far rather have an honest miserable old git than a sycophantic 'have a nice day' but that probably says more about me than them.
I'd rather have a friendly (old or young I don't really mind TBH)chap or chappess,who knows there stuff and doesn't give me a pile of guff to wade through before coming to the point
What I can't be doing with is someone who dosn't know what they're on about but tries to bluff it,they're easily taken care of with a bit of techno speak
We called in at Gylside cycles in Ambleside,Cumbria a couple of weeks back,a young lad approached and asked were we OK,no aires and graces just honesty and openness,with a touch of reverence when he found I knew what I was talking about,nice young chap with a good attitude,I liked him a lot.
I don't do miserable old gits very well,they may remind me too much of myself