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Fried rice Showdown

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
Does one ever get too old for siblings competitiveness and the “I bet you can’t” and “I dare you” challenges? It was the last day of my brother’s visit. We were casually…

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Unsanitary Office Behavior

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There is a lady who works in our office who never washes her hands after using the toilet. She comes out of the stall, turns the water on and off quickly so…

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I’m Out of the Office ….

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It is June, or what I like to refer to as summer! That means some time away from the office. While many of us dream of going to our happy place, we…

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Fried Rice and Selective Hearing

“Who made all this rice?” was my comment as I pulled out the 10  cups  of rice from the fridge. My nephew walked in and said, “I did. You said to cook the whole bag when cooking”. I laughed and … Continue reading

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Please Do Not Wear Fragrances to Work

My manager often complains about the perfume I wear to work. I tried changing to another brand, but she still didn’t like it. She says perfume gives her a headache, so she’s moving me to a desk which is farther … Continue reading

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