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  ahamme06  |  27

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  garrett1999o3  |  27

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  MissWhitneyB  |  27

Not about having a degree is what youre not getting. All I'm saying is if you hire so,eone to work for you, they should at least know simple things about the job. You work there, know your stuff.

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  garrett1999o3  |  27

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  BrookRae  |  27

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  garrett1999o3  |  27

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  jramirez16  |  27

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  Liyuesigs  |  27

It's possible. I earned a law degree in English from distance learning in Asia, never lived a day of my life in the US. When I migrated here, although I spoke better English than most of Chinese immigrants, my lack of common knowledge surprised so many people when I took a job in an Asian restaurant. As Chinese, I didn't know what LowMain was, nor Pasta.

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  Jac_d_ipper  |  49

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  ViviMage  |  49

You realize pickles are historically served with sandwiches to fight off scurvy from lack of fresh fruit and vitamin C? Once upon a time you only had local produce and winter was tough without fresh produce around!

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  OhDearBetrayal  |  47

Maybe this person was young and English wasn't their first language. It's not mine and let me tell you there are a lot of vegetables that I don't know the English name for because I'm used to calling them by my languages name for it. I didn't know that parsley was called parsley until I got into a cooking kick last year and I'm 18.

By  Roseylace  |  17

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  hooligyn123  |  19

I don't know a single 5 year old that doesn't know what lettuce is, so what the hell does a highschool DIPLOMA have to do with fast food? They don't teach you what lettuce is in highschool... that's Elementary my dear Watson.

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  deepunder  |  19

What's the point? Get past middle school to learn what lettuce is? School won't give u all the answers if u don't ask. One time in science there was a video where at the end it says "u have been taught everything, get thinking". Immediately I said "what color is the sky?" The video couldn't answer a simple question.

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  life_sucks225  |  18

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  hashshim  |  18

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  hashshim  |  18

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  hashshim  |  18

148: Of course it's too much trouble to just do a google search and clarify right? Both are correct superlative forms while more stupid is generally preferred.

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  ViviMage  |  18

Siri? Define "let-us"

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  Mr_Satan  |  18

He's correct that "stupider" is a word. However, more intelligent people use "more stupid", because using the word "stupider" makes you sound like a 5 year old.

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  hanacurse  |  35

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