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pup Name: Brian Rowe
Date of Birth: 9/7/1980
Location: Brew City USA

All-time favorite game: Fallout 2 (PC)
Least favorite game: Friday the 13th (NES)

Title: It's the little things in life.
Posted: January 05, 2008 (09:40 PM)
We have a back room at work where we have overstock DVDs and the bathroom. Assuming you can read the big red sign on the white door, it's pretty easy to tell that it's for employees only. That doesn't stop some people from trying though. My coworkers and I heard the door's trademark squeak and looked around to realize that all employees were accounted for. Someone was back there. I stomped my way over, slammed the door open, and threw on my hardest pose, ready to get hit with a bumrush. Instead, I caught some guy standing at the toilet with his junk hanging out.

I may have a crappy retail job, but at least it's always interesting.
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GenjUser: Genj
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Posted: January 06, 2008 (12:44 AM)
Haven't you ever heard of knocking?
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Felix_ArabiaUser: Felix_Arabia
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Posted: January 06, 2008 (01:26 AM)
I'm going to sue you for that.
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wayne_steedUser: wayne_steed
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Posted: January 06, 2008 (12:35 PM)
Personally, I think it would be much more intimidating to learn the German phrase for "Employees only, byotch!" I can see it now:

Customer discreetly enters employees-only bathroom. Pup hears customer. Pup shouts "Employees only, byotch!" in German. Customer cannot understand German phrase, but gets the point and runs far, far away. Pup wins. Pup celebrates with can of Red Bull.

EDIT: Oh, and were you referring to the guy's junk when you said "the little things in life?" Just curious...
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pupUser: pup
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Posted: January 06, 2008 (06:33 PM)
*smirks*
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