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By Anonymous - / Sunday 4 May 2014 21:07 / Czech Republic - Prague
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  mfischer  |  23

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  JBChristian  |  23

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  junkman6  |  46

I'm the opposite, I punch things when I get scared. Much to the chagrin of the poor bastards that dress up in Halloween outfits in July at the fair and jump out to scare people.

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  ileenefudge  |  46

#33 if you know that things like scare actors are going to jump you in certain places (theme parks for example) on/near Halloween, and your bad habit it to punch people, you should really just stay home then because that is not a good reaction to have. Especially if you know they are going to jump out at you and you still go then that is still your fault. I work at Great America and one thing we are trained to know, especially at Halloween time, is that if "you don't touch us scare actors then we won't touch you."

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  junkman6  |  46

#69 didn't read my comment at all. What kind of person runs around a fair in July scaring random people. I'm not going to sit at home because some idiots think that's a good idea. If you want to dress up and do that do it in October in a haunted house. I'm honestly really surprised that OPs boss hasn't been clobbered a few times. I know plenty of people who will punch/kick first when something jumps out and scares them. Even friends at surprise birthday parties.

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  mario2012  |  37

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  AmexBlack  |  37

How is OPs boss a dick? Most people would call this a joke, pranking, hazing or banter. When you're old enough to get a job you'll find it's a fairly common occurrence in the workplace as part of an initiation prank/rite.

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