it's not about looking down noses on people who are unemployed and are actually out there every day trying to find a job, it's about those people who are actually proud to be on jsa skanking off other people.
peoples attitudes like "im on jsa, 10 kids and couldn't give a f*ck, let someone else pay for it disgust me"
How about , Im a military veteran who fought for your well being , and im on JSA?.. Does that work?
work it out d-bag.
do you fit the sentence or not.
The trouble is that if you're on JSA, regardless of whether you're looking for work or not, you are automatically lumped in with the Jeremy Kyle crowd by the VAST majority of people.
i agree with you there, the vast majority of the nation do automatically assume.
however i'm trying to get the point across the can't be f*cked attitude is disgusting, however i would never look down on anyone on jsa who was trying their hardest.
about 4 years ago i was on jsa for 6 months and signed up to every agency i could, spent nearly every day in town looking and eventually it paid off. yes people looked down on me, but i was part of 1% that wasn't proud of being on jsa and wanted to make a difference.