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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Ironbar, Nov 9, 2013.
#1 Dropping a deuce in a port-a-potty and getting back splash.
Gotta aim for the fecal ice bergs you can already see crowning out of the water. If it is a freshly-pumped thunderbox, throw down a big wad of that horrible single-ply. Not only does it minimize backsplash, but it frames the work of your food-extruder nicely for the next patron to see!
When your keys or wallet come loose in a clients crawlspace and you have to retrace your steps to retrieve them.. Sometimes at the farthest end of the crawlspace..
(This is why I leave it right by the crawlspace hatch now )
I had to get down inside our septic tank and shovel out buckets of ......well lets just call it stuff..
Taking the best dog you have ever owned to the vets and have them put her to sleep.
Finding a black curly hair on your hamburger after you've driven away from the drive-through.....
Cancer and cancer treatment.
Water heater starts leaking on a Sunday night, can't order replacement till Monday......
And no TP..........................
Dropping your razor in the toilet! Blanking happened this morning!
A vacuum cleaner.
First ding in your new rifle, :thumbdown:
Running out of ammo........
Or realizing three days ago your 6 yo daughter dropped your tooth brush in the toilet.
Getting called into work 10 minutes after you get to the range.
.....agreed. Been there, tough to talk about to this day.
Doing the best job you can for a large corporation then hurting yourself an the union and the company rake you over the coals and legally bubblegum you.
Having approved vacation time for a holiday, then being called while at the range that because no one "wants" to cover the shift, regardless of seniority (yes union) you now have to change your plans a week before said holiday...yes true story happened last winter...oh yeah also about a month after my grandfather passed.
My Standred answer to this type of thing was, "Good thing my tool box is on rollers because if the company is so close to folding that you think you need to pull this sort of cRap on me, I'd better take it home!" Never be afraid to try a new job!
My employer thought that sucked!
PS: Wife is a critical care cardiology nurse! No problem living on those wages!