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    Story time!

    My very last day of work at my customer service job for a 24-hour grocery store, I worked the closing shift. The desk closed at 9pm, so at 9pm I rushed to shut it down and get out of there, excited that I would never have to return. I practically ran to the break room to clock out. The feeling of freedom was strong and relieving. On my way out, I passed by a shopper who flagged me down to ask about a product. Of course, I thought to myself, she doesn't know it's my last day. She just sees a person wearing the employee apron and assumes I work here. So I answered her question about the product. She was very friendly and kind of chatted with me for a few minutes. I was anxious to get out of there but didn't want to be rude. Well, a few minutes turned into... over an hour. She ended up telling me her life story pretty much, about her failed modelling career and the time she got a DUI and the legal matters involved, about the time she got in trouble for looking sketchy while bringing eye glasses to a neighborhood kid at a school for some reason. At this point I was dying, I was itching to get out but couldn't find an opportunity to get away. After over an hour of talking to this woman, I heard my manager on the store's intercom: "Riley, you have a phone call on line 101." Confused, but finally with an excuse to leave, I parted ways with the woman and went to the desk by the phone, where my manager was. She looked at me and said, "You were talking to her for a really long time. I thought you needed to be rescued."

    Bless that manager.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 21lux View Post
    Ebay says you can't make an account until you're 18 or older but I made mine when I was *gasp* 16.
    Do you think that they have a reason for changing the age or choosing what is generally the age of majority around the world?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    Do you think that they have a reason for changing the age or choosing what is generally the age of majority around the world?
    I have no idea. But I don't see the point in the age restriction. If you have the money who cares how old you are? It's just ebay.
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    I have a problem with finding pants because I'm short and skinny with the body of a Swedish teenage boy. So I've been forced to buy pants in the H&M kids section - I wear jeans made for a 11 year old child, and dress pants made for a 10 year old (thank you H&M for thinking of this!). I'm seriously banking on the day someone tells me to put on my adult pants because boy are they gonna be disappointed.

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    I wunce fort ah had aw4renuss.

    Butt den ah furrgot.
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    I lost my bra so I'm not wearing one. No clue how this is possible it's not like I'm taking it off random places in public but i can't find it i probably should go buy a new one but it's winter so i can wear a hoodie and no one will know yay having small boobs
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    Eight months ago I bought some waffle mix. I don't even own a waffle iron. I don't know why I bought it. Maybe I could have used it to make biscuits I guess but I don't know. I don't know what came over me.
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    Next week I'm actively planning to spend $150 dollars on a video game as a late Merry Christmas to myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    I lost my bra so I'm not wearing one. No clue how this is possible it's not like I'm taking it off random places in public but i can't find it i probably should go buy a new one but it's winter so i can wear a hoodie and no one will know yay having small boobs
    I hate winter, but thank god for layering because I pretty much never wear a bra these days. I'm like the braless wonder, Sue Ellen Mischke. Summertime though, the tits need to be put away, woe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dyslexxie View Post
    I hate winter, but thank god for layering because I pretty much never wear a bra these days. I'm like the braless wonder, Sue Ellen Mischke. Summertime though, the tits need to be put away, woe.
    who is ellen mischke? i still haven't found it nor bought one, i don't know why i didn't pack 2 maybe i have one in my back pack i find random clothes in it all the time,
    Perfectly robust chickens
    Run laps a lot
    Pee on the garden
    Leap over fences
    Cock is a word for rooster
    Hen is a type of chicken?
    Kit kats are good
    Nice chickens don't belong in the
    Zoo
    ~@magpie

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