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By  dwhite312  |  9

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By  dwhite312  |  9

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  Blueglasscup  |  9

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  cgchamp89  |  9

Have any of you worked in a costume outside before? Because I have... and sometimes you don't "sign up for it". More like sometimes, you do whatever the fuck someone tells you to because you're grateful you have a job. OP may have been a restaurant worker that got the short end of the stick because they were the new guy. Good luck OP. Hope that thing has a fan...

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  Bakayarou_fml  |  9

I hate the "At least you have a job" statement that people post. OP obviously hates the job but he/she has to do it for some reason! I would complain if I had a shit job, but I wouldn't expect anyone to fix the situation for me. I would however expect some fucking sympathy you heartless lot!

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  PurpleRae420  |  9

That suxs hun hope you can get it thru it fast and then as soon as your done run to your car and turn the air conditioning in it may not be much but atleast you'll feel a lil kool air

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  dwhite312  |  9

pretty much everyone has gotten a shitty job at some point or another. thats life. but you still get a paycheck from it. a lot of people arent that fortunate right now.

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  Bakayarou_fml  |  9

#69 it is an FML because the high temperature is in those 4 hours not because the shift is 4 hours long. #123 you are completely right. But everyone here would also be complaining is THAT is their job and in those circumstances.

By  yzf250rider88  |  13

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  TheCountess  |  13

Perhaps he was referring to water weight loss? That job will likely result in a net loss of water weight, even if OP is making a conscious effort to stay hydrated. The weight loss prediction is accurate, though not really valid in the context of obesity, since that refers to excess fats, not excess water.

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