By Masonlee89 - / Saturday 21 November 2009 03:59 / United States
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By  shanster  |  3

How do you NOT KNOW you were volunteering? It's usually made very, very clear and if you had an interview they would have explained it at least 6 times that "hey you do realize this is a volunteer position, you still wanna do this right?? " *hopeful look on interviewer's face* YDI for being the most moronic person on the face of the planet.

By  CallMeHush  |  0

Whatever you do please don't have children because you are a fucking retard and the gene pool seems like it has already been drained down to much.

  Twinklestar  |  0

"the gene pool seems like it has already been drained down too much"? Perhaps just awful wording on your part but it really makes it sound like you don't understand what the term refers to exactly.

  dralven  |  0

By saying it's "Been drained too much", you're kind of implying you DON'T want him to leave said gene pool. You don't seem to understand how this reference works.

By  amatayo  |  0

With ALL jobs when you're hired they say that (blank) is payday right! And if they did not say that then would you not ask which day is payday? With all in mind I call Fake

  cxal_fml  |  0

People that work for family often don't discuss it. It could be that a relative is a contractor for construction and asked him to help work on a house for Habitat for Humanity, and he just assumed that work meant pay

  Jernau_Gurgeh  |  0

Maybe he got fired, but nobody told him, and since there were also volunteers working on the project, the other bureaucrats just assumed he switched to volunteering?

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