A 31-year-old man is still documenting every one of his achievements in his Record of Achievement file he was given in Year 11, it has emerged.
Mike Jones, from Wrexham, has remained true to his ROA book for nearly 15 years by listing every event in his life that he considers to be an achievement, including the time he got past the bouncers in Cruise in a pair of trainers and a t-shirt.
“I thought this was what you were supposed to do?” Said Mike today after adding “Went to Cheshire Oaks and actually bought something” as his latest entry.
“I’ve been told that it could be the UK’s most comprehensive ROA folder, which is great. I take it with me to all job interviews and it never fails to impress. I managed to bag myself a job at MBNA last year.
“I suspect my achievement of getting 725 on a boxing machine in the Tiv back in 2015 swung that one for me.”