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10009
I wish companies would just fuck off with that shit.
3750
Great article In the New York Times about monkeys understanding the value of currency
36042
Listen...I'm really sorry
1936
Not sure why this bothers me, but he is setting a bad example.
538
My kitchen is looking very nice today.
22957
I'm looking at you centurylink internet...
582
Maybe he's just ahead of the curve.
380
I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed.
144
It's The Little Things
271
BF talking about his grandfather – a BEEkeeper who raises BEES
45
GG Canadian Neighbour is getting homemade cookies tonight.
1633
Hey Jeff Sessions - shut up about marijuana already. You're not going to win this one.
34361
Trump is spending Martin Luther King Jr. Day (a day that he and every president since 1994 have designated as a “day of service”) golfing for the 94th time during his presidency instead of doing acts of community service and civic work like past presidents
50
I had been looking forward to this snack and movie for about a week. They still tasted fine.
26
My favorite bartender!
39
Netflix and chill was so 2013..
62
So satisfying
21
My day can't get much worse either
10914
Brags About How They Don't Have a TV
501
You cut me deep, automod
49
You’ve saved my hide a few times now!
27
Suddenly occurred to me...
26
Most people call her Cass anyway, but I always made fun of her for it myself too. I guess I'm a jerk.
85
I almost had it this time.
6
Gotta love ski bums. Needless to say, I politely declined.
174
It's as good as the person who assembled it.
2320
My coffee struggle is real.
3568
I'll see your dog, and raise you a human relationship
7
After hearing the results of Trump’s physical exam...
7
When the Pope "apologizes for 'irreparable damage' by pedophile priests"
6
My company fucked up so bad hiring this guy- he has no idea what he's doing
13
As an adult man living in the south, enjoying our annual snow dusting with freezing hands...
7
Do you not know how to set aside time for a morning routine?
246
It's just basic common courtesy, especially during flu season...or at least it used to be...
8
The second half of Star Trek: Discovery’s first season has been surprisingly good now that they’ve fully embraced what people loved in the original series
100
Guess who got a whoping 16 minutes later
10
I wish companies would really fuck off with this shit.
21
How little this wasn't in the news cycle made me realize the distressing new normal.
11
I didn’t even realize Ariz Ansari had a TV show until Grace accused him of being a terrible lover
6
When I have no idea why my transmission is making that "GrrrKhKhKhKh" sound
33 QQpayne That baby is 100% pooping.
15 raccoonwitharifle Reminds me of a closing shift I worked back when I was a smiling drone for Chick-fil-A. What we did was when the clock struck 10 PM, we kicked the customers out and locked the doors, but we kept the lights on so we could wrap things up inside and take off later. We lock the doors and a minute later at most, some dude comes and tries the doors. I dunno what the hell he was expecting considering even if he came in five minutes earlier, he would have multiple people ready to put him in the trash compactor. Anyway, he felt the doors were locked and probably saw me staring, so he went back the way he came. I shrugged it off, clocked out, threw on my jacket, and went outside to find this guy standing near his car talking on his phone. He spots my red uniform under my jacket and asks me with full sincerity if we were closed. I don’t know how I didn’t make him feel like an idiot then and there, but let’s say I was more careful back then. However, I didn’t even look at this guy as I ran to my car. I simply said something along the lines of “yes, we’re closed.” and got to my car. Easily one of the densest people who tried the doors when we were closed...
3 mrnoonan81 The movie theater I worked at had about 10 doors in the front. We opened the rightmost door for employees in the morning before opening. It happened multiple times where someone would start at one of the leftmost doors, try every single door until they found the one open one, casually walk in and ask for a ticket. 😧
3 Sir-Barks-a-Lot At least they would ask. I worked closing shift at Home Depot 3 years. An hour before closing we'd lock the garden register and gate. 30 mins later the Pro desk would get closed out and start making announcements every 10 mins that the store was about to close. When closing happened, half the lights in the store would turn off, the signs out front would turn off, we'd lock the front doors, and turn off the motion detector to the exit doors from the outside. Almost every night would get that one person who was trying to get in and realizing the last stragglers were going out the exit would either try to rush in or pry the exit doors open. When we would tell them we're closed they would just run into the store ignoring us. One guy ran in trying to buy a dozen or so plants. We would shut all but one of the registers. If the person didn't come back within 5 mins we shut the whole thing down. It's amazing how much people lose their shit when they pull crap like that.
6 cawclot "I'll just be a minute, I know exactly what I want."
3 Chafram "No, we're open. But you have to force your way in."
1 Keto179 Precious!!
0 alucard971 Running on 2 hours of sleep. Some questions swimming around right now: Are you the baby? If so, is the customer coming back tomorrow to get you out of the store? Do you work at the store as a baby? How do you reach the store shelves? Who hires a baby to work at the store?
-31 Jigsus Answering won't hurt you. Arrogant retail employees are a pet peeve.