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25th Aug '16 3:35:10 PM Twoeyesshort
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* Given the formulas, it's possible that a single event would end up creating multiple different accounts as well, especially if we're hearing about it second- or third- or nth- hand, after it's been telephone-effect'd into an UrbanLegend.



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17th Nov '15 5:36:06 AM Mouser
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* There are probably a lot of stories on there that start with a real customer encounter and then proceed to tell how the employee ''wishes'' it had played out.
23rd Oct '15 2:53:07 PM bravo104
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*** One story in particular was obviously fake, to the point where you wonder why they even bothered. The mixed-race daughter of an Arab woman and a white man is in a restaurant when the waitress starts presuming she's adopted. She's not even remotely malicious about it, just ignorant. When the daughter says that the woman's her biological mother, she suddenly flips out for no reason, screams racial obscenities, and says that she's being kidnapped and tries to "rescue" her. And then when the father arrives she asks why they didn't just tell her he was white and none of it would have happened? How on earth could anyone be fooled by such rubbish? Yes, idiots like the waitress do unfortunately exist, but if she was racist to such a degree why didn't she have any problems with her being adopted? Why is she a-okay with an interracial relationship, but not with an Arab woman having a white child?
28th Sep '14 2:02:56 PM MikeK
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* In this particular situation it makes sense anyway: She had no interest in the boy, but rather than turn his flirtations outright, she pretended to be completely oblivious to them, knowing it would make him give up more quickly.

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* In this particular situation it makes sense anyway: She had no interest in the boy, but rather than turn down his flirtations outright, she pretended to be completely oblivious to them, knowing it would make him give up more quickly.
25th Aug '14 9:59:39 AM MikeK
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[[WMG: AlternateCharacterInterpretation: The friend in [[http://notalwaysfriendly.com/causing-a-divide/35598 this Not Always Friendly post]] isn't TheDitz that the submitter makes her out to be, she just frequently employs ObfuscatingStupidity]].]]]

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[[WMG: AlternateCharacterInterpretation: The friend in [[http://notalwaysfriendly.com/causing-a-divide/35598 this Not Always Friendly post]] isn't TheDitz that the submitter makes her out to be, she just frequently employs ObfuscatingStupidity]].]]]ObfuscatingStupidity]]
25th Aug '14 9:59:23 AM MikeK
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[[WMG: AlternateCharacterInterpretation: The friend in [[http://notalwaysfriendly.com/causing-a-divide/35598 this Not Always Friendly post]] isn't TheDitz that the submitter makes her out to be, she just frequently employs ObfuscatingStupidity]].]]]
* In this particular situation it makes sense anyway: She had no interest in the boy, but rather than turn his flirtations outright, she pretended to be completely oblivious to them, knowing it would make him give up more quickly.
6th Jun '14 9:10:42 PM soothsayer
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18th May '14 10:07:52 PM MikeK
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* The manager needed extra help for the day, and rather than just flat out ask an employee to come in on their day off, he or she decided it'd be more effective to scare them into coming in by insisting they were late for work. The submitter was either chosen at random, or just seemed easy enough to intimidate.

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* The manager needed extra help for the day, and rather than just flat out ask an employee to come in on their day off, he or she decided it'd be more effective to scare them into coming in by insisting they were late for work.already supposed to be there. The submitter was either chosen at random, or just seemed easy enough to intimidate.
18th May '14 10:07:15 PM MikeK
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[[WMG: The manager in [[http://notalwaysworking.com/shift-your-gears-for-the-shift/34886 this Not Always Working Post]] knew the submitter had the day off all along]]
* The manager needed extra help for the day, and rather than just flat out ask an employee to come in on their day off, he or she decided it'd be more effective to scare them into coming in by insisting they were late for work. The submitter was either chosen at random, or just seemed easy enough to intimidate.
8th Apr '14 11:25:06 PM Twentington
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