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By Anonymous - / Friday 22 July 2016 17:19 / United States - Washington
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By  zipJohn  |  16

What do you mean you had to "deal with your boss" what do you want him/her to do, throw merchandise at the customers and tell them to leave the KING OF THE NORTH alone?

By  alphafish17  |  16

I can understand how that could get annoying but it's not the worst thing in the world. At least they're trying to be funny instead of being assholes like a lot of customers are.

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By  alphafish17  |  16

I can understand how that could get annoying but it's not the worst thing in the world. At least they're trying to be funny instead of being assholes like a lot of customers are.

By  zipJohn  |  16

What do you mean you had to "deal with your boss" what do you want him/her to do, throw merchandise at the customers and tell them to leave the KING OF THE NORTH alone?

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  Oh_bother44  |  11

or the boss could not encourage the situation making it worse. I'd be pissed too if someone told me to "lighten up" over something that was seriously bothering me.

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  DoomedGemini  |  37

Yeah, I thought it was more of the listen/try to understand op's frustration rather than expect him to actually do something. When voicing frustrations, it could just mean they need to vent rather than expect you to do something, and people dismissing it or telling you to lighten up when venting makes the frustration worse.

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  LyricaSilvan  |  29

I used to have a coworker named Chris who hated giving people his full first name. Because it was Christoph. Not spelled the same as the character, but he still got Frozen comments whenever it was brought up.

By  Kailayla  |  27

*Jon

By  KingLewisII  |  33

You know nothing, John Snow

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