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Old 05-23-2006, 09:47 PM   #1
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Step 1: Get fired on Friday
Step 2: Call and set up appointment with store manager <Monday, 10:00 AM>
Step 3: Enjoy the longest weekend of your life <felt like 3 weeks>
Step 4: Beg for your job back
Step 5: Get job back <different department>
Step 6: Come back to work Tuesday and make the other guy in the department look like a joke
Step 7: Stay out of more trouble for the next year
Step 8: Enjoy your new job, as the Candy Man <I am >



down 70 cents an hour, but hey, i still have a job, and am happier too
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Step 1: Get fired on Friday
Look for a job everyday since :(
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I Highly recommend going to a temporary agecy if they exist in your area. It'* an awesome way to mix things up and do different work, and if your lucky and you land a temp to perm position its even better!! (thats how I got my current job and ive been here 5 years now)

Temping may not be for everyone, but for those who like variety, its the way to go.
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i got my job back, it just seemed like that was the longest weekend of my life
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