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LOOK: Teenager handles UK railway Twitter, answers weird questions

/ 04:02 PM July 13, 2017

Image: Twitter/@SoutherRailUK

Getting work experience while you’re young usually helps when it’s time to finally get a paying job. One teenager is working up a good portfolio, being assigned by a placement company to run a United Kingdom railway’s Twitter account.

Eddie, 15 years old, was given the task of running the Southern Railway’s Twitter page as part of his Work Experience placement. Work Experience is a company that helps kids like Eddie get temporary or permanent job placements.

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Eddie cheerfully introduced himself with a tweet and offered to answer questions. Of course, he meant railway-related questions, but that didn’t stop Twitter users from poking fun.

Image: Twitter/@SoutherRailUK

This gentleman wanted to gauge Eddie’s mettle.

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Image: Twitter/@SoutherRailUK

One lady asked about men. Might not be a good idea considering Eddie is just fifteen.

Image: Twitter/@SoutherRailUK

Another gentleman asked which “monger” was the worst. Eddie recommended a really good fishmonger.

Image: Twitter/@SoutherRailUK

Then Jules returned, with a more serious question.

Image: Twitter/@SoutherRailUK

Apparently Eddie believes that boys and girls have equal potentials.

Image: Twitter/@SoutherRailUK

Thanks to Eddie’s witty comebacks, people have taken a liking to him and have started cheering him on.

Image: Twitter/@SoutherRailUK

A couple of organizations even tried to get him for themselves.

Image: Twitter/@SoutherRailUK

Image: Twitter/@SoutherRailUK

And the award for best question goes to…

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Image: Twitter/@SoutherRailUK

JB

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TOPICS: AskEddie, Eddie, Southern Railway, Twitter, UK Railway, Work Experience
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