Thanks for taking the time to come in, although I'm sure you weren't busy at all, seeing as you're unemployed.
Yeah, that's true. I mean I have DVR so I'm really not missing anything important. Although this is really early for me, I usually wake up around noon, lay in bed until 12:30. Ish.
Excellent. So why are you interested in this job?
I'm not, I just need a job.
Okay. Just so you know, we will be taking advantage of you and paying you the bare minimum.
And just so you know, I will be doing the bare minimum.
Concerts: a fun way to enjoy music, a chance to spend time with your friends, and if you're sort of a loser like me, the worst possible thing ever that a person could do.
First, you pay a buttload of money, setting yourself up to feel guilty if you don't have an amaaaazing time. Then you get there and it's crowded and too loud and you don't know any of the songs the band is playing because they're all from their new album that hasn't been released yet. The songs you do know, you're sick of, since you don't know very much music because you don't have the money to spend on iTunes and you're afraid of going to jail for downloading music illegally and you can't figure out how to sync your Spotify account properly to your phone when it's offline and the whole thing is a nightmare so you just listen to podcasts. And worst of all, everyone there can tell that you're the weirdo who doesn't know how to have fun at concerts.
Graduation is a time for celebration. However, sometimes these celebrations can run a little long, sometimes they can even be dare I say boring? Maybe consider adding a spontaneous beach ball toss, or a good ole' fashion streaking to your special day! We can personally guarantee you'll have just as much fun as these lucky graduates:View the Playlist ▶
What if your favorite childhood board games like Candyland, Operation, and Hungry Hungry Hippos featured the same realistic, logical-minded strategy of Settlers of Catan and other German-style board games? Worry no longer, kids, because we took your stupid old 'fun' games and made them way more practical!
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The Man In The Yellowish Hat is sick, so he and Inquisitive George go to the hospital. Inquisitive George wanders off, and learns a lot about what goes on in a hospital! A children's book written by Reid Faylor and Andrew Short.