Vermin taken care of

YamYam77

Member
Hello all, I’m Lee, a 44 year old Youth worker who would like some permission in the West Midlands to shoot vermin, can in exchange give help, advice and guidance on all thing Young people related, be it work, careers, FE drugs, gangs etc feel freee to message me

Thanks in advance
 

Mickey mouse

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Location
Moray
Would be.great.if.you.took the.lads and gals out into the countryside.to learn about pest control etc.
It give them an interest.in.life.rather than stuck in the inner cities where there's peer pressure and crime.
 

YamYam77

Member
I would love to do that think it’s a great idea especially the 1’s that like outdoors, only problem is finding somewhere or someone to help cater for this
 

Mickey mouse

Member
Location
Moray
I do molecatching.and pest control on a thirty.odd thousand acre estate, and showing young people a different way of life from sitting in front of a computer would be great.
Only problem is I am up in the north east.of Scotland.
 

YamYam77

Member
Don’t think anyone’s insurance would cover young criminals from the city visiting to do pest control
What sort of sh!t response is that..?? Not all working class kids from inner cities are criminals, admittedly there are some kids that are into that life style but not all are like that, it’s people like you make young people play to that stereotype…🙄
 

YamYam77

Member
I do molecatching.and pest control on a thirty.odd thousand acre estate, and showing young people a different way of life from sitting in front of a computer would be great.
Only problem is I am up in the north east.of Scotland.
That would be perfect bud, but yes it would be a trek 🤣🤣🤣
 

Mickey mouse

Member
Location
Moray
What sort of sh!t response is that..?? Not all working class kids from inner cities are criminals, admittedly there are some kids that are into that life style but not all are like that, it’s people like you make young people play to that stereotype…🙄
Never said they were.
Your overeacting.
 

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