Why I Listened When Mama Said “Get an Education”

Is this what happens when you jaw-jack about your employer, behave irresponsibly, show up late, and represent yourself poorly, then suddenly find yourself squared off against the vicissitudes of the current job market, coupled with minimal education, few tangible skills, and the initiative of an obese man who’s allowed his TV to stay on a  channel he cannot stand because his remote is 2-feet too far from his grasp?

I present to you several reasons why you should appreciate your job and its conditions…

                                      

                                        

One thought on “Why I Listened When Mama Said “Get an Education”

  1. Maaaaaaaaaan, I can’t decide which of these “jobs” (if you wanna call them that) I’d LEAST like to do. At least with the first one, there is a chance to have interesting conversation.

    I’m gonna settle on job #2 being the worse of the worse.

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