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By Anonymous - / Sunday 28 June 2015 15:00 / United States
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I really hope you've reported this to your work. You could carry them back to your place and then you're in for a costly de-bugging.

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Not only do they carry nasty diseases, they're just about unkillable! Took my family let a year to completely get rid of them and we spent well over 50 grand over that time trying to get rid of them.

I really hope you've reported this to your work. You could carry them back to your place and then you're in for a costly de-bugging.

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They're not actually that difficult to get rid of, it just takes time and patience. And yes, it is a huge pain in the ass. But not overly difficult.

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As someone who had them for about a few weeks: it was a hell I'd like to never repeat again. After about $1,000 dollars to fumigate and multiple hours of washing fabrics/clothing and throwing away good books and objects I can safely say that if I ever talk to my friend again it'll be to soon. Hopefully you had the chance to strip those clothes off OP and wash/dry them before going home.

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I do it at my part time job (kinda ironically- my full time is the typical 8), its not bad at all. only sucks when I have one day at 8:30am-11pm then open at 6:30 the next day.

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My mom does that too :( I can't imagine how difficult that is. I hope you aren't as stressed as she is!

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I've had plenty of days longer than 12 hours, and it's not at a desk it's going store to store breaking down Pepsi trucks and stocking the shelves.

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