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I came over to my dads house to learn to drive, and im fucking terrible, and I have to play down the panic attacks I get behind the wheel because my dad doesn’t know about my mental health.

Well I think he knows im autistic even though I didnt say anything to himbecause he used me as an exampleof someone who couldnt get funding because the paperwork isnt there.










i got angry and made a thing.


As a cashier who deals with this shit every day, it’s nice to see that some people actually care about us.

Change= no longer important to me

also don’t fucking talk on your cell phones when we’re checking your stuff and processing your payment. it’s fucking rude as hell.


The last one can span all jobs that require dealing with the public in a setting like that like restaurants or offices

Too many of these need to be filed under “how to be my favoritest customer ever” rather than “how to not be an asshole”.

Your ~*speed score*~ is really something’s that’s between you and your manager, and not something that should concern your customers in the least. Guess what, if you keep a steady pace over the hundreds of transactions you do each month, my fumbling for the change will  not only have an utterly negligible effect on your score, but will be evened out by the fact that the other cashiers (that you’re being compared against) also have customers that fumble for change.

And it’s also not my responsibility to know where the bar code is located on each item, and where the scanner is located on your register. If I can lift a heavy item from my cart and put it on the conveyor belt, you should be able to figure out a way to scan it. In fact, UPC barcodes are placed strategically in a way that’s designed to maximize the speed of scanning each item, so if it’s on the bottom, it’s probably because that’s where the scanner is located on most registers.

As far as using lane dividers and looking at lane lights, these are rather obvious suggestions, but don’t act like it’s that fucking hard to apologize and say that you’re closed, or to ask for clarification about which items belong to which customer.

The person who wrote this should ponder the role in which their sense of entitlement plays in their inability to find a job where they are less “underpaid”.

Most of these things I see going around, and the comments people add to them, can be pretty ableist so like … as long as I am not trying to be an ass I don’t give a fuck about all your little rules to help you have less of a self-made bitter attitude towards having to do your job.

I’m sorry that I lower your speed score, because i pay with coins. I’m sorry I’m poor, and i’m sorry i dont have the spoons to find the bar code for you. When I can I use self check out because I know I take twice as much time but if i end up in your lane I may be difficult but that is in no way my intention I want to get out of there just as fast as you do.



Yo its’ okay if you’re a white girl who likes Uggs and spray tans and pop music and instagramming your Starbucks. Don’t let tumblr make you think for one minute that liking things like that makes you inferior.

Same goes for if you’re a hipster trans mexican/japanese Pizza Underground enthusiast with a hello kitty neck tattoo.

If you’re not hurting anyone, you be you. There’s nothing wrong with that.




More fun facts about ancient Celtic marriage laws: There were no laws against interclass or interracial marriage, no laws against open homosexual relationships (although they weren’t considered ‘marriages’ since the definition of a marriage was ‘couple with child’), no requirement for women to take their husband’s names or give up their property, but comedians couldn’t get married

It’s Adam and Eve not Adam Sandler and Eve

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