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Haynes Manual Working From Home £1.00 @ PoundLand

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banned6y, 3d agoFound 6 years, 3 days ago
I picked this up today in Poundland, it's set out just like a normal Haynes car manual complete with the monika on the front but its a guide to working from home, perfect novelty xmas present for anyone about to start working from home. Usual £1 bargain madness in store.
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1 Like #1
huh? working from home manual? does it show you how to build a soundproof dungeon to put your noisy kids in?
5 Likes #2
splatsplatsplat
huh? working from home manual? does it show you how to build a soundproof dungeon to put your noisy kids in?


no that's included in the best seller "Fritzel - a modern take on parenting"



Edited By: numptyj on Nov 30, 2010 22:34
banned#3
splatsplatsplat
huh? working from home manual? does it show you how to build a soundproof dungeon to put your noisy kids in?


Sadly not, but that is a best seller idea if ever I read one :D
1 Like #4
right then, ill get me shovel. just after I finish the water slide that stops over the school, through mcdonalds and back home like the advert.
#5
Saw this in the Plymouth branch a few days ago - alongside the Haynes manual for Teenagers!
#6
Is this not a serious manual then?
#7
Think the fact that it's dressed up as a Haynes manual gives the game away...
#8
The details on Amazon website and the review make it sound like it is actually an attempt at being serious!

Product Description
This manual is for anyone who's setting up an office at home or a base for a self-employed career. We start with the planning, taking into account limited space and the importance of making sure that everything will work together. We then explore the various hardware and software options, considering flexibility and economy. We show how to harness the very latest technologies and explain how to collaborate both with headquarters and other remote workers, including a thorough overview of security. Finally, we throw the taxman into the mix and conclude with ways of keeping your cool when the distinction between home life and office life has blurred.
About the Author
Kyle MacRae is a freelance writer and journalist living in Scotland. He contributes technology and internet features to magazines and the UK press, with a strong focus on debunking jargon, explaining how things work in plain English and helping to make everyday computing accessible to all.


Link to Amazon
#9
lol whatever next, haynes manual on how to breathe

Edited By: royals on Dec 01, 2010 13:03
1 Like #10
Wasn't there was a Mitchell and Webb sketch about this?

Ah, here it is:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=co_DNpTMKXk

Edit: Warning: a bit sweary.

Edited By: JayGreenspan on Dec 01, 2010 13:41: Warning
#11
Anyone know if it is worth £1?
#12
JayGreenspan
Wasn't there was a Mitchell and Webb sketch about this?

Ah, here it is:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=co_DNpTMKXk


devastatingly accurate.

(currently working from home)
#13
haynes must be really struggling with their normal car manuals with the amount of throw away gift kind of gimmicky crud they've been releasing recently.
#14
Get up have coffee start work turn PC on...Have another coffee then down the local 9 hole for a quick round, home again kettle on for Coffee..Feet up for quick nap...coffee and biccy's at the ready for when you wake up from your nap...Mosey on over to the PC and turn it off as it is nearing 5:00 pm..Coffee time as works finished for the day...
Hang on may just get an hours overtime in and grab another 40 winks...ha ha
banned#15
erics
The details on Amazon website and the review make it sound like it is actually an attempt at being serious!

Product Description
This manual is for anyone who's setting up an office at home or a base for a self-employed career. We start with the planning, taking into account limited space and the importance of making sure that everything will work together. We then explore the various hardware and software options, considering flexibility and economy. We show how to harness the very latest technologies and explain how to collaborate both with headquarters and other remote workers, including a thorough overview of security. Finally, we throw the taxman into the mix and conclude with ways of keeping your cool when the distinction between home life and office life has blurred.
About the Author
Kyle MacRae is a freelance writer and journalist living in Scotland. He contributes technology and internet features to magazines and the UK press, with a strong focus on debunking jargon, explaining how things work in plain English and helping to make everyday computing accessible to all.


[url=Link to Amazon]Link to Amazon[/url]


And only £13.59 at Amazon! lol
#16
thefunkygibbon
haynes must be really struggling with their normal car manuals with the amount of throw away gift kind of gimmicky crud they've been releasing recently.


They are because the demand for their DIY car repair manuals has gone through the floor because: (a) modern cars are getting too complicated for amateurs to fix and (b) people can't be arsed to do stuff themselves anymore!
#17
DonDraper
thefunkygibbon
haynes must be really struggling with their normal car manuals with the amount of throw away gift kind of gimmicky crud they've been releasing recently.


They are because the demand for their DIY car repair manuals has gone through the floor because: (a) modern cars are getting too complicated for amateurs to fix and (b) people can't be arsed to do stuff themselves anymore!


or they just google it instead of paying for a manual they'll hardly use...

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