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*me getting up to use bathroom after sitting on leggs all day* .. owwwwwwwwww ouch! noooo *crash* … my leg hurts and im to lazy to get up

*me getting up to use bathroom after sitting on leggs all day* .. owwwwwwwwww ouch! noooo *crash* … my leg hurts and im to lazy to get up

EACH AND EVERY PERSON TO REBLOG THIS WILL GET A “MERRY FUCKING CHRISTMAS” IN THEIR ASKS (Source: youshouldseemeina-crown, via kurorockshooter)

EACH AND EVERY PERSON TO REBLOG THIS WILL GET A “MERRY FUCKING CHRISTMAS” IN THEIR ASKS

Mom: If you were going to kill someone, what weapon would you choose? Me: A dull knife. Dad: Why a dull knife? Me: You want to really mess someone up and make it painful? Use a dull knife. Sure, it's going to take a bit more effort, but it isn't going to cut. It's going to rip. It'll be painful, and if they survive the healing process will be a lot more difficult and painful. A dull knife expresses more anger than a sharp knife. A sharp knife is kind of the nice guy murdering tool, but if I'm going to kill someone I'm going to assume that I have finally snapped so I'd go for something painful and vicious. Mom: We've raised a potential serial killer. Dad: I don't know about you, but I'm proud of the amount of thought that went into that.
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Hmm wonder what happen here
(I am working the register over Christmas.) Me: “Find everything today?” Customer: “Yup.” (Note: she is silent through the transaction, which includes a gift card.) Me: “How much would you like on this?” Customer: “Oh, sorry. Can I have $150?” Me: “No problem.” Customer: *after paying* “Can you do me a favor?” *she hands me the gift card* “The next customer you see that you think could use this, could you give it to them?” Me: *stunned* “…Of course!” (After a minute another customer comes up, a visibly upset young woman.) Me: “Hi! How are you?” Customer #2: “I’m okay, thanks.” (Clearly she is not ok, but she is trying very hard to be pleasant. She is getting very basic items: milk, bread, eggs, etc. Nothing very festive.) Me: “So your total comes out to $0.00.” Customer: “What?” Me: “The person before you gave me a $150 gift card to use for the next person I thought could use it. You look like you’re having a rough day, so here are your groceries, and there’s about $130 left on this card.” (The customer just started crying. Once she could, she thanked me about 100 times. Made my whole Christmas season.)
*boom* mom: what was that? me: my shirt fell mom: it sounded a lot heavier than that... me: i was in it
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