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By _/ | \_ - / Sunday 6 October 2013 17:40 / Singapore - Singapore
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Haha, yeah..I may have gone a bit too far on that one. But hey, maybe I was able to persuade just one ambitious mind to follow their dreams and take the path not many dare to walk down. I speak to the people, the people who will decide that today is the day they want to go just a little above where they have already been, an opportunity to really dig deep into ones thoughts. A place.. A place of enlightenment not just for one, but for all.

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1: The customer most likely has a job of his own. 2: Insulting customers like that is the fastest way to the unemployment line. OP won't have a job for long.

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Well if OP works in a market they could just swipe a handful from a bottle :)... I find it so hard to believe a deodorant could cause reaction that bad... I wonder if OP shaved with a dull razor or something, and the deodorant only further irritated extreme razor burn.

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I hate to admit it, but I can't wear any deodorant due to my extremely sensitive skin. So yes, an irritation there does hurt that bad and can happen from it. Even my bathsoaps and shampoo, I have to be careful what I buy. Luckily, I'm a tiny lady that is cold natured so not too much worries about being sweaty and stinky since it has to be at least 82 degrees for me to even feel comfortable. Also, I have some nice body spray I can use that doesn't irritate my skin. :)

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