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How many Pauls on Aweb

I count at least 5 identifiable regular responders claiming to be Paul

Didn't find your answer?

Anyone else prepared to confess that they are a Paul

Happy to include Paula and Pauline

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By tom123
27th Oct 2020 21:03

I thought, statistically, accountants were called Nigel(a)

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By Paul Crowley
27th Oct 2020 21:28

Paula is the new Nigella

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Just googled Nigel accountant
First on the list is from my Home Town

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By Anonymous.
28th Oct 2020 01:33

I'm Pauline at weekends.

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By Paul Crowley
28th Oct 2020 05:34

A reply that needs to be skirted around

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By SXGuy
28th Oct 2020 07:31

I confess. My real name is indeed Paul.

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By Paul Crowley
28th Oct 2020 09:05

Welcome
Its nothing to be ashamed of, ignore what all the johns and nigels say
We can work through it together

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By Bob Loblaw
28th Oct 2020 09:05

Never met a Paul who didn't have the aura of an Albert and the magnetism of a Fred. Very similar to a Mervin in their appearance and not an awful lot different to a Franklin in terms of personal hygiene. Would not recommend.

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By Paul Crowley
28th Oct 2020 09:08

Typical self entitled Bob that does not accept their innate Paulism
You need to go on the HR course yet again

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By Bob Loblaw
28th Oct 2020 09:15

Time to watch the Be More Paul webinar again...

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Hallerud at Easter
By DJKL
28th Oct 2020 09:15

Of course those who are Paul better (be) call(ed) Saul, and of course Saul was previously Jimmy, or James on Sundays, so surely the call for Pauls ought to include a few Jimmys.

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By Paul Crowley
28th Oct 2020 10:23

Bit of a Jimmy riddle?

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By DJKL
28th Oct 2020 10:32

Now you're taking the ....

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By jwgrogan
28th Oct 2020 11:15

And subsequently 'Gene'.

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By JD
28th Oct 2020 11:56

It seems that Paul is from the latin for Humble, so as a James, quite happy to be a Paul, even if I do keep it quite.

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By Ivor Windybottom
28th Oct 2020 09:25

St. Paul is the patron saint of spreadsheets and even had a little cathedral built in recognition of the contribution to accountancy.

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By I'msorryIhaven'taclue
28th Oct 2020 09:27

Then there's Paul the Midlands' leading insolvency practitioner (although he's not always visible as a good many of the threads in which he posts are later erased).

Anyone else remember the musical dynamism of Paul and Paula?

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By Paul D Utherone
28th Oct 2020 09:34

I have to confess that I am not actually a Paul

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By Paul Crowley
28th Oct 2020 09:41

No shame
Some people want to be a Paul with all the associated issues
Lots want to secretly support Pauls and we all thank you for for your support

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By SteveHa
28th Oct 2020 11:32

I used to sing that to an ex-girlfriend called Paula. It all went a bit pearshaped when she tried the response part :/

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By DJKL
28th Oct 2020 11:56

If you had loved her you would have changed your name.

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Stepurhan
By stepurhan
28th Oct 2020 10:36

Surely everyone wants to be Steve, who is a mischievous otter.

I swear that comment makes sense in context.

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By DJKL
28th Oct 2020 10:47

Of course Stephen has the added bonus of rhyming with "Deep and Crisp and Even" which is a great advertising tag line for someone marketing frozen pizza.

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By SteveHa
28th Oct 2020 11:33

Steves are far to rebellious and respectable at the same time to have anything to do with accounts or tax.

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By Richard Hattersley
28th Oct 2020 12:18

My name is actually Paul...

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By Jo Nokes
28th Oct 2020 13:03

Yes, I’m a Paul

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By Dib
28th Oct 2020 13:13

I'm Paul and so is my wife.

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By frankfx
28th Oct 2020 16:07

Michael ,aka Paul, MacIntyre has seen this thread.
One hour of accountant humour is in production for the Xmas Pantomime.

Paul? He's behind you.

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By Ken Moorhouse
28th Oct 2020 20:54

What about Pauli?
Or would you exclude him?

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By paulwakefield1
29th Oct 2020 08:30

I'm Spartacus

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By Cheshire
29th Oct 2020 08:37

But you cannot be! Awol said he was spartacus.

One of my brothers has Paul as a middle name.

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By Paul Crowley
17th Nov 2020 18:33

New Pauls keep appearing
It must be speadsheet listing time

I am not Richard Sharpe
I love lists

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