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Old 03-27-2014, 08:19 AM   #1
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Norwegian kid gets McDonalds receipt tattooed on his arm

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Old 03-27-2014, 08:30 AM   #2
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I like it. Kind of Warhol-esque .
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Well.....there goes any chance of employment @ Burger King....


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What does he do when the prices change, or something added?
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What does he do when the prices change, or something added?
He issues a Change Order Request.
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A friend of mine calls his tattoos "memories of regret." I think that'll sum up this kids decisions pretty nicely.
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A friend of mine calls his tattoos "memories of regret." I think that'll sum up this kids decisions pretty nicely.
I'm not sure which would be the bigger regret... eating at mickey d or getting the tatoo.

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No worries, the kid will eventually become an electrician and demand respect form the common folk.
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No worries, the kid will eventually become an electrician....
Imagine having an apprentice with that tattoo? There would be no end to the ball-busting that would create.
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Imagine having an apprentice with that tattoo? There would be no end to the ball-busting that would create.
I would refuse to work with any human being who had that.
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I would refuse to work with any human being who had that.
Are you kidding? It would be worth it! Just think, you could buy a whole set of Harbor Freight box wrenches to throw at him.

"Don't use those. Those are the Discipline Wrenches."
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Why? Why the fuk you care what the guy as tattoed on him?
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Why? Why the fuk you care what the guy as tattoed on him?
I wouldn't hire that kid.
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Why? Why the fuk you care what the guy as tattoed on him?
I'm not against tattoos. I have a few. But the kind of person who would tattoo a McDonald's receipt on his body is a fricking moron and shouldn't be allowed to procreate or work near me.
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Are you kidding? It would be worth it! Just think, you could buy a whole set of Harbor Freight box wrenches to throw at him. "Don't use those. Those are the Discipline Wrenches."
If you can dodge a wrench, you're in.
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I don't judge people by their appearance. I would ear him first, than I could tell if he is a complete moron or just a guy with a weird sense of humor.
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I do. Anybody who does that wants to be judged.
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Imagine having an apprentice with that tattoo? There would be no end to the ball-busting that would create.
I make it a point to laugh out loud when the occasional full-of-piss-and-vinegar young guy proudly displays a tattoo of a set of Kleins, screwdriver, dikes, or believe it or not, wire strippers. Common sense is not so common anymore.
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I make it a point to laugh out loud when the occasional full-of-piss-and-vinegar young guy proudly displays a tattoo of a set of Kleins, screwdriver, dikes, or believe it or not, wire strippers. Common sense is not so common anymore.
Seriously? You have seen tattoos like that?
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Seriously? You have seen tattoos like that?
Not all those tools on one person, but yes, over the last couple years, I have seen all of them. I am actually embarrassed for the poor sots, not a clue.

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