If you are lucky enough to get a meal break during your shift, then other than eating, reading our articles and sharing our posts, there’s not really that much else to do….
Or is there?
These two oppos (colleagues) managed to put together a catchy little number during one of their recent rare moments of downtime on the ‘tropical island’ known as the ‘Isle of Wight’ – a place that floats randomly in the English Channel.
Now, personally, I think that one of these oppos has a slightly better ‘vocal talent’ than the other, but I will let you decided on which one you think has the better voice.
Believe it or not, we have a hotline that goes straight to Simon Cowell (just in case any of our uniformed comrades show exceptional talent when it comes to all-thing-entertaining).
However, each time we try to get through to him, the lines engaged.
So instead, you, our followers and readers both inside and outside of the emergency services/NHS will get to enjoy the audio and visual spectacle of some truly earth shattering Christmas ‘tones’.
If you share it enough, then you never know – these two could make it onto some sort of Christmas special and that prospect is far more appealing than some of the tosh which will plague your televisions over the forthcoming festive period.
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