By Anon - United States
Today, while at work I passed out due to my blood sugar not being normal. Despite the fact that it took 10 minutes to wake me, no one thought I was in any sort of danger. After the episode, I then got fired for "sleeping on the job." FML
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  KaySL  |  24

In my experience, he could've been stone dead, drawing flies, and having maggots coming out of his rotting skull, and they'd still think he was just a little wasted on jagermeister. That's just co-workers for you: thicker than than the entire YouTube community put together.

  fireandice27  |  0

Yeah did you hear about that guy who was left dead in his chair at his desk for three days? Apparently all of his co-workers just thought that he was being "a hard worker" getting in early and staying late. They only found out because of the smell.

  KaySL  |  24

Smell? You mean instead of retaining his natural stink, he developed a kind of Intoxicunting cologne in his death? Yeah, that'd draw his colleagues out.

  KaySL  |  24

Only if you want it to be, baby, otherwise it's the sweetest (and incredibly witty) fragrance around. *bats her eyelids at--* err, does 'Cunty' work for you, or is that too informal?

  XOfiestypixie  |  0

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  KaySL  |  24

It's actually referred to as Eau d'Cunt for official purposes, and is only supplied to girls, trolls and Plexico. Tough shit I guess if you're a metrosexual guy.

By  b0rd3r1  |  0

If you had a legitimate low blood sugar from your diabetes I'm pretty sure that under the Disability Rights Laws they cannot fire you based on an illness caused problem. Go here... But I don't know if I would want to work at a company that would be so quick to dismiss your medical issues.

By  LLiizzzz___  |  0

Certain jobs its better you not tell them about medical things.
My mom worked at Co-op, she was top employee then she told them that she had MS and they fired her in the spot
i dont blame you for keeping it to yourself if you did. Since it seems like you did.
But that just means you should pay more attention to your blood sugar levels.
FYL forsure

  genius_man16  |  0

If there wasn't a contract saying that they could do that and your mom didn't do anything about it then she's pretty dumb.

Same with OP. Unless the company has some written policy in your contract (or whatever the equivalent would be) saying they can fire you for having diabetes then you should sue the fuck out of those bitches. You'd get more money than just asking for your job back ;)

By  waterynuggets  |  0

That fucking sucks. I'm anemic and that's happened to me a few times. I remember I blacked out and almost in the middle of the street on vacation and my mom was like, "Don't ruin my vacation." Thanks ma