Ouch, no beer at the end of TGIF, that's gotta hurt especially on the b-day.
What on earth do you do to work nights?
Your 6th????!!! I could have sworn you've only been there for 2 maybe 3 years max....and in this case it's not even just time flying cuz we've only known each other for 6 years...
I left Poland in 2006, lived in UK for a while, then Ireland, back to UK for five months and back to Ireland again, been living here since May 2008, got married and pretty much settled down. So yeah, it's been that long, though it seems as if it was yesterday when I was leaving. Or living in UK for that matter. I'm gonna visit UK this year, see how my old Birmingham is doing and visit my auntie and friends there. Those were good times
As for the shift, it isn't exactly a hard work as I either do formulation of a certain material used to make surgical lenses or run cnc mills that cut those lenses (in latter case I've lot of time since machines to all the work, that way I've watched tons of tv shows which would take me months to watch at home). Weeks fly when you work on nights actually, you just need to get used to sleeping during the day. So, watching tv shows and getting 30% premium on top of my wages for the night shift isn't too bad
Well, I only played Witcher, Witcher 2 and Dark Souls on PC in Polish iirc, most games I play are in English anyway. Witcher is a Polish book which I read and can't imagine it in any other language to be frank, same as I can't imagine Lord of the Rings in a different language than English. I use both languages on daily basis too, doesn't make any difference to me in the end unless for reasons specified above
Happy b-day fivefeet8 (where on earth does that nickname come from anyways?) It's great to see a 2001 member like you still managing to be fairly active, at least once in a while, far too many of you guys have been kidnapped by real life
Also a happy B-day to LoRd_SnOw and may you have had a a good time at least at some point during the day