Friday, 15 August 2014

Working with famous people

Weekend Fun.


Well, not really the actual famous people. Here at BQ Towers we have a Mega Famous pop Star , a 70s sitcom icon and a Ronnie Corbett character from the 80s. 
Long service account manager Michael Jackson. Processor, Penelope Keith. And driver Timothy Lumsden.
{Mike, Penny and Tim as they prefer to be known.}
Leslie Phillips left a while back. {he was called Desmond, for reasons I can no longer remember, but might have been that barber sitcom.}

But, new recruit Michael Caine starts Monday. BQ Industries only employ world class talent.

Thinking back I have worked with a Terri Christian, Diana Spencer and a Paul Young.
Mrs Q knows a Philip Green and a Daisy Cheyne.

Anyone else have any colleague, school or family 'famous' names they have lived/worked with?



22 comments:

DtP said...

We've got Tim Mallett which is pretty bad - not only do I expect people randomly call him Timmy but I bet he gets the South Park Timmy as well. And we've got Andy Williams so we all start whistling 'watch the girls go by'whenever we see him.

Malcolm Tucker said...

We have Malcolm Tucker!
65 years and never an issue until quite recently.

Nick Drew said...

I work with two crazy guys: one looks like wotsisname, a well-known backbench MP, I think he went a bit heavy on the old expenses

in poor lighting, the other looks like Mark Strong in The Long Firm ...

dearieme said...

We know a Wills & Kate.

heller said...

Ken Kong is in the warehouse.

Peter S said...

Used to work with a Charlie Manson, er...

john in cheshire said...

I worked with Dick Turpin.

Demetrius said...

Mickey Mouse was our Member of Parliament. My Dad told me this so it must be true.

Elby the Beserk said...

Prince Henry - an African engineer at the first IT place I worked at in the early 80s.

Electro-Kevin said...

Georgie Licker

Samual Massiah

Ricky Fung

No. Not famous. But for their names alone they should be.

Steven_L said...

We've an A Gilchrist, but try as I might I can't sign him up for the cricket team.

Timbo614 said...

We had a Bridget Jones come in the shop a while back.

We have actually had several real famous people in. (Guildford is very posh in parts).

unpaffable? Should be another additiion to the OED said...

I once worked in a very large office that had a Green, a Brown, a White, a Blunt, a Sharp, a Miller and a Carpenter. Not to mentiion 2 Joneses and a Smith


... and the wv for this post is "unpaffable" - how appropriate!

Peter S said...

Demitrius:

Mickey Mouse still IS my MP.

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