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By dysfunctional_ravenclaw - / Thursday 1 June 2017 15:00 / United States - Houston
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By  cakefete2  |  29

To which you replied: "the unemployment line is that way, you'll need it after I've had a talk with your boss". You shouldn't always go after a person's job, but there is no law against making them sweat a bit

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  RichardPencil  |  22

That's the point. If you can waste all that money on gas, insurance and repairs, you belong at the Four Seasons. Corolla owners belong at the more basic lodging. Before the hate comes, I've owned 3 Corollas and no SUVs.

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  cacheson  |  37

OR, you buy the corolla because you're a middle class citizen who would rather stay in a nice hotel than ruin the environment and you can only pick one of those two options.

By  cakefete2  |  29

To which you replied: "the unemployment line is that way, you'll need it after I've had a talk with your boss". You shouldn't always go after a person's job, but there is no law against making them sweat a bit

By  Lobby_Bee  |  13

Hand him the keys and reply, "Why thank you, kind sir. Now don't scratch the car, I promised my maid I wouldn't when she lent it to me this morning. Vintage Maseratis are not the most reliable automobile for daily drivers."

By  RockPrincess26  |  12

Since when have Four Seasons been a high end hotel? When I was a kid, my family and I moved to a crappy part of our state. There was a Four Seasons there that was tiny and looked dilapidated. The area was always poor. My mom told me that my uncle had stayed there once. Then again, this could've been a place that just had the same name. While we lived there, it got torn down.

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