Anyone else prepared to confess that they are a Paul
Happy to include Paula and Pauline
I thought, statistically, accountants were called Nigel(a)
Paula is the new Nigella
Just googled Nigel accountant
First on the list is from my Home Town
I'm Pauline at weekends.
A reply that needs to be skirted around
I confess. My real name is indeed Paul.
Its nothing to be ashamed of, ignore what all the johns and nigels say
We can work through it together
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.
Typical self entitled Bob that does not accept their innate Paulism
You need to go on the HR course yet again
Time to watch the Be More Paul webinar again...
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.
Bit of a Jimmy riddle?
Now you're taking the ....
And subsequently 'Gene'.
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.
St. Paul is the patron saint of spreadsheets and even had a little cathedral built in recognition of the contribution to accountancy.
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?
I have to confess that I am not actually a Paul
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
I used to sing that to an ex-girlfriend called Paula. It all went a bit pearshaped when she tried the response part :/
If you had loved her you would have changed your name.
Surely everyone wants to be Steve, who is a mischievous otter.
I swear that comment makes sense in context.
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.
Steves are far to rebellious and respectable at the same time to have anything to do with accounts or tax.
My name is actually Paul...
Yes, I’m a Paul
I'm Paul and so is my wife.
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.
What about Pauli?
Or would you exclude him?
But you cannot be! Awol said he was spartacus.
One of my brothers has Paul as a middle name.
New Pauls keep appearing
It must be speadsheet listing time
I am not Richard Sharpe
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