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Did he make you do work, OP? Why do you hate him so much? If you don't like your job (assuming that you don't like your work cause you complained about the wage) get a new one.

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You know, if he were to die, from say a 'heart attack' due to a high increase in sodium in his coffee, he wouldn't ride your ass so hard. Cause he'd be dead.

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Actually do you have any idea how hard it is to get a job at McDonalds right now? You go to apply along with 15 other people if there's an opening.

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It's a recession. Unfortunately there arnt Many jobs. You have to take what you get and be thankful you have a job

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Necrotic, from Necrosis (Greek νεκρός, "dead", νέκρωσις, "death, the stage of dying, the act of killing"). Erm, NOPE. Necromancers are usually portrayed as undead or immortal.

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And how is "near death" even remotely near to meaning "immortal"? For that matter, how in the name of Jesus Herbert Walker Christ do you manage to wilfully blind yourself to all but those definitions - academic or colloquial - which support your argument? Please do enlighten me, as I'm currently almost falling out of my chair, trembling with rapt anticipation, you vindictive wench.

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The CONTEXT is "for the rest of eternity", you raging imbecile, hence the OP using the word "necromantic" in the sense that any person still alive would take it, unless they're desperately misreading it for the sake of playing amateur Grammar Nazi. If you're going to do it, do it right. Pointing out one phrase while blatantly ignoring the other, and failing to rub more than two brain cells together just makes you look like a moron, as does using terms such as "FAIL"

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And what the twat are you ranting on about with, "substantial FML cred"? I've barely commented around here for a good year, so I'm pretty sure I have little "cred", and thank Christ for that, given the fact that your good-as-lobotomised ilk swarm the place like gnats to a ballsack. I'd frankly be worried if I WAS "approved of".

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"For the rest of eternity" = OP is likening him to a ghost, or a demon. "Or until his necromantic ass dies" = OP then clarifies that he's likening the boss specifically to a necromancer, which in today's fiction usually comes with powers of immortality. Necromancy, in Greek = divination from death. In modern usage, as you should clearly know, the affix -mancy is used to mean magical power over an element or a thing. And as I said, in modern times, the typical necromancer lore

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that might have been the biggest verbal rape i have ever seen. and trust me im a pro at raping.... anywayyy.....

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The difference here is that i actually looked up the definitions while you just made them up, trading on your popularity here to provide you with some sort of authority. There is no dictionary definition of necromancy that implies immunity from death. I still challenge you to find one and post it here. Your syntactic and grammatical analysis of the OPs FML is so wrong its worthy of an FML itself. I would also like for the readers to count the number of direct personal insults KaySL hurle

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What the "twat are you ranting on about"?That's KaySL for you, Calyx. Always been like that, don't take it personal. If you can't take the heat... you know the rest. Now, slowly back away from the Sun.

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Both of you are wrong. Necromancy is the practice of summoning spirits for the purpose of seeing into the future. Calyx you are a dumbass, it has nothing nothing to do with being close to death. KaySL I understand how you think it means you are immortal, some definitions make it sound like the conjurer is summoning spirits for the purposes of immortality but upon reading the further I found nothing suggesting immortality. http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/british/necromancy?q=Necromanc

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My proof is decades of pervasive usage of the necromancer trope in culture and the arts. I have made nothing up, and your utter ignorance of such a simple concept is the true FML here. Or maybe you know full well that you're wrong, but you can't back down for fear of appearing weak? "Popularity" here, I have none. But then, I already said that before, didn't I? Yes, I did. And as with everything else I've said, you've conveniently ignored it and plugged your ears, closed your eyes, and

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KaySL- you made a mistake in one of your arguments. You pointed that Calyx has two brain cells, that was a pretty bad overestimation, I would be surprised if he even had one

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Brool_Story_Co: I never said that necromancy means a state close to death. I said that necrosis means that. The evidence is above in black and white. KaySL: Last word. If the OP intended to imply that his boss was immortal due to the practice of necromancy then why would he finish the FML with implying that his boss will die? Hmm? Your caustic wit has dissolved your reasoning, but fooled the sycophantic hordes who agree with you.

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Calyx, that's very unbecoming and childish of you. Spiteful too. Just because people agree with me, doesn't mean they're ass-kissers. In fact, I despise ass-kissers of any kind, even in the rare event they're kissing my own. And truly, you need to stop playing with words and see the simple implication the OP made in his FML. If he wasn't sarcastically likening the boss to an immortal old demon/necromancer, why would he say "all eternity" to begin with? And he didn't say the boss WOULD

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calyx just shut up your not going to win, in fact youll just be run over by kaysl's awaiting army of words.

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Calyx & Kaysl, there is a chance that both interpretations are correct, you can interpret the FML both ways. But you where to blind to see that maybe just maybe it depends on how a person reacts to the fml. Ps kaysl, you are like a legend here, together with boners, docbastard and sirebc you are the most famous in here after the mods. And if you read carefully you see that a bunch of commenters actually do kiss your ass with passion

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It's funny that people would take the time to argue on this site... Do you 2 feel satisfied after wasting all that time over something no-one cares about? Read the FML, comment saying something funny if you must, then move onto the next, it's pretty simple...

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KaySL..... You are my God, and Boners is my savior on this site. Please, accept my humble offering if my insanity.

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I literally stopped after Calyx was stupid enough to reply to KaySL and got some popcorn. Why? I knew shit was going down.

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For some reason neither of you took into account the fact that as a necromancer the OP's boss would be able to summon them back to continue to work even after the OP has died. And IF necromancers are immortal then it would be for "all eternity". But either way any time spent working feels like eternity.

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Necromancers actually just summon the spirit back into the body which raises the dead... So this doesn't really make to much sence... I read a lot O.O

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I'm serious. it's the power thing. and well no one really wants to pay you more then they have to. and if they are making money. they dont care about you.

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"...get used to it." God it's POS's like you that really grind my gears. Toss the defeatist attitude or seclude yourself from society, we don't need people like you.

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Yeah sure they could do that... Or quit being lazy, strive for college, and in turn have a life they don't HAVE to get used to but rather choose to get used to it. If op isn't happy he could do something about it, rather than take advice from a cynic who expects the worst out of life and anticipates bare minimum.

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Ok you are being overly dramatic and rude about this I think you seriously need to take a moment to reflect on how your treating this random guy on the internet

Try changing your situation then? You're obviously a bit of a pushover if you're that "whipped" that your boss takes advantage of you. There's a difference between helping someone out and being their bitch. If not, I could set you up with someone who will eh, dispose of him, so to speak. Hehe.

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