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By Bex - / Tuesday 15 March 2016 07:27 / United States - San Francisco
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By  abbyade  |  21

As long as you made it clear you worked there..that's all you can do. Hopefully he knows better. If he was gonna ask something so personal, he could have asked in private. What a git.

By  heirofhope  |  38

Hey, all's well that ends well, right? It seems like it was cleared up pretty easy. In sure your old friend didn't mean to embarrass you in front of your family. I think it's a nice thing to laugh at!

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By  heirofhope  |  38

Hey, all's well that ends well, right? It seems like it was cleared up pretty easy. In sure your old friend didn't mean to embarrass you in front of your family. I think it's a nice thing to laugh at!

By  abbyade  |  21

As long as you made it clear you worked there..that's all you can do. Hopefully he knows better. If he was gonna ask something so personal, he could have asked in private. What a git.

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  cocacola999  |  26

I think the guy knew OP was working at rehab, he just worded it in an unfortunate manner. I often ask my teacher friends: "How's school?" or doctors/nurses: "How's life at the hospital?". He probably assumed everyone knew where OP worked.

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  rykelmb  |  12

I do this too. My mom's husband is an emergency veterinarian and I often ask him "how was surgery?" A lot of people that don't know just figure he's a very unfortunate man with a lot of medical issues. Nope, he just has surgeries every day.

By  meggieeeeee92  |  16

You explained to your family or the guy that you work at a nursing home? Because it would be kind of weird if your family and friends didn't know where you worked or what you did.

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That's exactly what I was thinking. If someone you haven't talked to in two years knows where you work, surely friends and family know. Clarifying for acquaintances I understand, though.

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