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11 minutes ago, Vincent Vega said:

Internet problems wouldn’t work would it? Our place would just tell you to connect to your phone and use 4G.

Depends what kind of phone contract you've got. If you don't get much data they can't expect you to use it on work. I'd only use the 'no internet' excuse very sparingly anyway. If you use it too often they'll just say you can't work at home since your connection is bad and you have to work from the office.

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24 minutes ago, Rick Sanchez C-137 said:

Is that a valid excuse? Then why have I been working for this last year?

I had my first ‘important’ meeting today that required me to be in business clothes.  They’ve all shrunk in the wardrobe.  

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On 18/04/2021 at 14:58, Sugar Ape said:

Depends what kind of phone contract you've got. If you don't get much data they can't expect you to use it on work. I'd only use the 'no internet' excuse very sparingly anyway. If you use it too often they'll just say you can't work at home since your connection is bad and you have to work from the office.

 

That's also a concern of mine. I don't want to give excuses that have ready made solutions.

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You've got a greenhouse and a three men ran in and bummed you. 

 

You went to a rough pub for dinner and someone made you snort a bag of coke off the bog cistern/threw a fruit machine at you/had a straightener in the car park/made a teenage mum suck you off in the bogs for a WKD Blue.

 

You've moved to Huyton and someone murdered you. 

 

You've got Virgin Media Broadband

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