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By vanity113 / Thursday 13 June 2013 04:04 / New Zealand - Auckland
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By  Fluffydemise  |  18

Considering your colleagues clearly didn't tell you about the slip up I'd say it's fair game to murder the one you like least and steal his shoes. It's the only rational thing to do!

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  asb818  |  14

IF any of the other passengers noticed, maybe they thought the OP was only wearing them for the comfort of driving and had actual shoes in the trunk. I rarely wear my work shoes while driving because my heels wear out the carpeting in the car.

By  LeeRed  |  14

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By  Fluffydemise  |  18

Considering your colleagues clearly didn't tell you about the slip up I'd say it's fair game to murder the one you like least and steal his shoes. It's the only rational thing to do!

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  perdix  |  29

#5, that's insane! Logic dictates that you murder the co-worker with the shoes you like the best! (If that happens to be the person you like least, then that's just a win-win.)

By  ManInTheMachine  |  19

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^Very true, I realized this after I commented. Which brings up another point, that is that it is extremely easy for an OP to twist a story into their favour. I suppose with this being taken into consideration, this is nobody's fault but OP's regardless, for forgetting what he was wearing on his feet.

By  buckdharma  |  34

Make sure you're the first one in the building and sit down, then be the last one to leave. Not only will they not notice, but you will look the most dedicated.

By  tootsie68  |  22

Technically if OP was driving, it's hard for his/her colleagues to see what kind of shoes OP is wearing. So I would give them a break. But go buy new shoes I guess

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