In classic literature, a Fatal Flaw is often what prevents a Tragic Hero from succeeding, or serves as the cause of their Tragic Mistake.It is usually some sort of character deficiency listed below or, in conventional television, an addiction of some sort.I'd love to be stressed about winning millions of pounds.'Another former colleague said: 'We're absolutely chuffed for them.It was just a syndicate they set up informally, it wasn't like we were all invited to take part in it.'There are no hard feelings at all, it's just nice that the money is going to a great bunch of girls.'Cheryl Edwards, busy serving food to customers in a cafe at the hospital told Wales Online: 'I could not believe it.If you were looking for a Pun fatal floor, see Pit Trap or Death Course.
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It is understood there are still around 25 cooks left at Neath Port Talbot, but the hospital is now likely to have begin a recruitment drive in earnest.The former colleagues of the Euro Millions jackpot winners have insisted there are no hard feelings towards them after they scooped a £25.4 million prize.Julie Saunders, 56, Doreen Thompson, 56, Julie Amphlett, 50, Jean Cairns, 73, Louise Ward, 37 and Sian Jones, 54, were named as the winners today after they ran a syndicate at work.The women all worked together at Neath Port Talbot Hospital but soon quit their £300-a-week jobs after cashing in their tickets.But despite two of the women ringing in sick after realising they had won, their fellow kitchen workers insist they are not jealous.If the flaw isn't quite so fatal, you're likely dealing with Mr. If someone else ensures that the flaw is fatal, it's Flaw Exploitation.