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  Ugi  |  22

She dropped it, she should be the one doing the diving. If she drops her drink then you clear it up because it's your job to keep the place clean & tidy (I assume). If she loses her ring, why on earth should she expect that you would get it? Bloody cheek.

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  LouisianaBob  |  22

37 did you know that you can buy groceries and make your own meals? you'd spend like 4-5 dollars at mcDonald's for a meal when you could buy a jar of peanut butter and a loaf of bread for the same amount of have meals for a few days.

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  Daralea  |  22

wow... I bet that wasn't in the job description. Would have just pulled out the bag, tied the mouth, and handed it to her. Technically would be giving back the ring.

By  JQ60  |  16

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Ugi  |  16

It doesn't take much care to have someone else retrieve your item of value. If she cared about it she would either not lose it or would be prepared to get it herself.

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  orangeduck  |  23

I think OP states at the end it took a garbage full of half eaten food and sodas to find that sucker. Not sure though might have that double meaning.

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  Enslaved  |  16

One down side to that is, I can easily picture that lady going through the trash herself, finding her ring, and strolling out leaving an even bigger mess behind to be cleaned up by others.

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  rudegirlmania  |  16

Exactly. Her mistake, not yours. OP should've told her to feel free to dig. Maybe that would've given her the experience of doing something herself for once (since she went to him for help instead of fixing her mistake).

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