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By Wilf - / Friday 22 February 2013 15:48 / Australia
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My question is how hard is it to learn to ticket? Im almost positive you can train a monkey to ticket people, with enough training.

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I think the OP is more saying FML about how they are the sole ticketer who will have to deal with 550 angry people, not that it isn't hard.

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I always heard it as: "I don't care, teddy bear, you forgot your underwear". Unless that's a different rhyme.?(:

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52, I don't know whether to dislike your comment or not. If I do, 3's confidence may go down; however if I don't, I'm somewhat supporting your attempt to get a girl over FML.

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Oops! I didn't see it in quotes so I had no idea where it came from. :P Funny, I watch Sponge Bob too but must have missed that episode.

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If I don't know it's a quote? Then yeah. How else would I know? :P Btw that wasn't me that thumbed you down. I never do.

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Bad idea, guys. If you push the concert somewhere else, a giant worm could possibly fall on top of it. That lesson can only be learned the hard way.

Your company might have wanted to check the weather channel.. If the rain was due to stop or lessen a lot, it could have been postponed for a few minutes/an hour

Hey, it's good to get experience in stuff :3 And in the future it will probably be easier since you know how to do it better, so it's a win-win situation, and it is your job after all. And that is a excellent way to show off that you may be worth a raise in the future

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(world is going to end) Keev: well we still have a little while, so let's take this time to rejoice in the fact that we get to have this human existence, and the beauty of life and its experiences. And who knows what lies beyond? You would be a god-tier motivational speaker/hotline.

I've worked guest services at an amusement park, and the same thing happened every time it lightly sprinkled. I hope the guests were understanding and didn't give you too many problems OP

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