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3339
Bad Joke Eel
23618
Welp, life goes on
2648
Ruined it for everyone.
14029
Hopefully the scale isn't broken.
16253
Its the little things
2773
After seeing Trump last night equate the Florida school shooting with the FBI’s Russia probe on Twitter - just when you thought he couldn’t go any lower
6123
My wife is beautiful.
3164
Feels like 9GAG
163
What goes on at Costco HQ every few months
200
Every damn time....
102
Seriously I don't know what to do.
75
For the ladies
112
I'm stripping the fourth room in my house and have two more to go.
134
Makes sense
58
Out of spite, not for glory
306
I'm off every Friday and my wife works, it really helps with the brownie points
157
Every website now.
279
It’s okay fellas...
177
This doesn't seem like a hard choice to me.
11
I know their mascot is a ghost, but it feels like a ghost town
12423
It's time for this to stop ladies.
18
Oh, a reservation?
15687
I'm in my late 20's and just started online dating.
5
Reading /r/WTF today
12
It is really better than RoastMe...
531
Single friend just dropped a truth bomb
18
Several states are considering laws that will allow teachers to carry guns in class...
82
Every time I go to youtube.com. Is it really that hard?
9
Confession cat doesn't want to
729
Seems like an obvious courtesy...
22
It has been really helpful when I am homesick...
35
One day of meds for Strep and you’re feeling better? And you want to go out partying?
8
Can you really blame me
13
That's how you start conversations, right?
32938
Something I've learned about dating that I think guys who feel nervous about a first date should know
13
Congress could just act on stuff to make everything better for everyone at anytime.
2326
It really does pay off.
71
Thank you Jesus
56
Just take your bananas and go
22
Where I live in California, it has already begun.
14 AnxietyOrganized Interesting, if I could go back I would not have gotten my professional degree and would’ve gone in as an apprentice to my uncle who is in construction.
5 dutchbob1 rather -- rather in one sentence makes you blue collar, bubba
9 nimbleTrumpagator If you break your back, then you are doing something wrong. Lift with your legs!
8 HughRistik Took balls to say that on a site full of entry level IT workers who all love to talk about how much they love the trades for everyone else to work in
2 sthlmsoul I don't think you would be saying that if your office job was doing internal audit for Sarbanes-Oxley testing. Those people have my sympathies.
4 no1flyhalf This is about how I feel. When I was in school, I interned at a construction site. Talking with the guys out there, they asked how much a mechanical engineer would make. The figures I saw said somewhere around 60k starting out. They laughed at me and said they make that *before* they get their overtime. I was like "yeah, youre going to make more, BUT youre working 60 hour weeks digging holes in 110 degree weather. Im going to be sitting in my air conditioned office and get done at 5. I like my path." If you want to work your ass off every single day in the elements, more power to you and I hope you enjoy it. To me though, that sounds awful.
1 PlaceForMyPonies I have a huge student loan debt from a 4 year degree for an office industry in which I have never found a job. Recently went and got a 2 year tech school degree and have been steadily employed in a good paying trade since before I even graduated the program. Best thing I ever did. I'm a Land Surveyor. It's not that hard on the body if you stretch daily and keep in good shape. If you work for the city or state, it's even less physically demanding.
-1 SwollenPeckas I don't hire millenials anyway. The insane amount of entitlement aside, they really are terrible workers.
1 13thmurder I am a social worker and... somehow fell into the job without a degree. Most of my coworkers have a bachelors. The pay is shit, same as i was making in a grocery store before i landed this. It's a fun easy job, but my hobby is carpentry. I have way more fun building furniture than I do doing an easy white collar job for a shit wage. If i had the time or money to go to trade school i'd really consider going for carpentry and doubling my hourly wage. It can be fine for the right people.
0 DangerRanger91 And we're sorry you're a little bitch