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By muffins / Saturday 9 August 2014 13:50 / United States - Potomac
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"Hey, I know you. McMuffin!!!" - Bum from Superbad.

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Hope you know the Muffin man, unless you are the Muffin man...

By  frozen92_fml  |  12

Sorry I couldn't help myself.

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  girlygirlomg  |  3

So he's an asshole because he objects to a unhealthy lifestyle? Nowadays, people get bashed for calling someone else fat. But it's totally okay for someone to call me skinny, right? It's a shame. People who suffer from obesity are more likely to get heart disease diabetes, etc. It's bad for your health. He obviously wants to have a healthy lifestyle but not if she ate all the muffins.

By  ImRJ  |  7

Hahaha. But seriously, are sure you didn't eat them?

By  tony1891  |  22

drop and give me 20 muffins that is

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  girlygirlomg  |  3

If you eat a lot of them, then it becomes a problem. Muffins have about 300+ calories (depending on the flavor) If you eat too much of them, you'll gain weight.

By  Flowtastic  |  16

This is just one of those times that you smile and wish them a lovely day. While licking your lips. Tends to annoy them even more, while also not jeopardizing your job for because of a wanker.

By  pussystank  |  18

Not sure which one is worst modern day customer service or slavery.

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  Flowtastic  |  16

Yeah because you know, getting yelled at by idiots is far comparable to being beaten, starved, and even killed.... You just made any follow up posts by you irrelevant with your logics.

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  DomiLove  |  26

Ummm people choose to be in customer service. Slavery, is forced and they don't get paid. People in customer service at least get paid and not everyone they deal with are rude.

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  imlifeless2  |  25

Slavery: little/ no money, physically and mentally beaten, Starved, often killed, no health standards, forced job (I.e. not done by your own will) Service: Chosen Job, payment, rude customers (sometimes), Health and worker protection standards, not physically or mentally beaten. See the differences now?

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