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SUBBlue

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Don't know if anyone remembers Vic's Mrs & daughter 'helping' out in the club shop in the late 80's & early 90's? (Think I got £48 change once after I tendered a fiver to buy a scarf!)

Was in Shoebury Asda last Sunday & happened to see what looked like a thoroughly cheesed off looking Mrs J scanning through discounted Dairylea dunkers on the tills.
I then went in the next day & saw Jobson Junior doing the same job!
I would stake my mortgage that it was them

I know Vic didn't exactly leave his family a fortune but didn't think they would be reduced to working in a supermarket.
 
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SUFCEssex

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i've seen them in there but many years ago.

i think they both worked there previous to his departure but after he them for someone else.
 
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brilliant I was in there the other day (obviously waitrose was shut) and low and behold there was heather 'thick as two planks of wood' jobson working on the till, so I dragged my mrs past about 10 empty isles so we could be served by her, she say we had a young baby and started to talk the normall baby bolox, and then she comes out with a cracker infornt of a full que of people ' did you tear?' brilliant thats why I went out of my way to be served by this remedial comedy genius
 

SUBBlue

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brilliant I was in there the other day (obviously waitrose was shut) and low and behold there was heather 'thick as two planks of wood' jobson working on the till, so I dragged my mrs past about 10 empty isles so we could be served by her, she say we had a young baby and started to talk the normall baby bolox, and then she comes out with a cracker infornt of a full que of people ' did you tear?' brilliant thats why I went out of my way to be served by this remedial comedy genius

Ha ha, how very very amusing.
What a question: 'Did u tear?'. Does your Mrs resemble a paper bag or something?
 

Flaiming Moe

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brilliant I was in there the other day (obviously waitrose was shut) and low and behold there was heather 'thick as two planks of wood' jobson working on the till, so I dragged my mrs past about 10 empty isles so we could be served by her, she say we had a young baby and started to talk the normall baby bolox, and then she comes out with a cracker infornt of a full que of people ' did you tear?' brilliant thats why I went out of my way to be served by this remedial comedy genius


Priceless ! !
 

SUFCEssex

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this post is making me feel sick and i don't mean because of the tear i me the thought of miss jobson.
 

TMWLT

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just seen this post, to be fair to Heather Jobson, she is a nice lady, unlike her brothers, who inherited their fathers same traits. the reason her and her mother were reduced to working in asdas, is that jobson left them with f all
after running off with another women. Heather is very much into her horses
and I believe can ride very well. Her mother is excellent at her job, and I have nothing but praise for her. She auditioned for the asda adverts
but they went Julie Walters instead, cant see why though!!
 
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