“Recording the slow collapse of humanity”—that’s how the Inhumans of Late Capitalism Facebook page explains its mission in life. The page documents just how bizarrely inhumane and immoral life in modern capitalist societies can be by collecting depressingly hilarious pictures from all over the internet.

Scroll down for some of the very best images from Inhumans of Late Capitalism that show the bizarre reality we live in, upvote your fave pics, and let us know what you think in the comments below. And be sure to visit their Facebook page for more awesome content.

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Kaisu
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7 months ago

Yep this is true. No one can earn a billion dollars by working, but you can earn a billion dollars by making money off of other people

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Tee
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7 months ago

Exactly!

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Kaisu
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7 months ago

"I'm hungry help me" this is so sad and fucked up

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The Inhumans of Late Capitalism page (not to be confused with the Humans of Late Capitalism social media accounts which is a similar but entirely different horse entirely) has over 178.6k followers, all eagerly waiting for the next juicy post making fun of our dystopian everyday lives.

As many of you have probably realized by now, capitalism is far from a perfect system. But what’s the alternative? Does one even exist? Anyone who’s ever opened up a history book knows that communism isn’t an alternative—it’s just a more brutal dystopia that resulted in the deaths of millions of people. And don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.

However, things might not be as grim nowadays as we think. For instance, Paul Mason writes in The Guardian that we might be entering the postcapitalist era without even noticing it. The forces driving this are information technology, the rise of the sharing economy, and new ways of working. Mason’s point of view is refreshing because he paints a bright and sunny picture of the future, instead of one where we’re all doomed and fighting global warming, zombies, and the plague on all fronts.

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Rowes Binley
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7 months ago

this is horrible :(

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Hermione Granger
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7 months ago

"Like"

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Ilona
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7 months ago

The only appropriate response to this is a letter of resignation.

John L
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7 months ago

Not for people for whom it's the only source of income in a rural area. Unfortunately, corporations are getting a serf class in the new US economy.

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Ripley
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7 months ago

Send a copy to the appropriate authority - get their take on the "exemption" from a state of emergency travel ban.

Hiker Chick
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7 months ago

My organization makes arrangements with a local hotel so dining hall and snow-clearing staff can stay for free near work if severe weather (hurricane or freezing rain) is on the way. Why can't a ski resort set up a dorm or something for their staff? The tone of the note is really demoralizing and I would be looking somewhere else for a job.

Cristina Sacchi
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7 months ago

You would think a place like this SHOULD plan for employees quarters!!! What in the actual fuck.

Ljdia
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7 months ago

Ikr!!!

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Carol Emory
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7 months ago

Mark needs to be fired for even suggesting this. I had a boss one time that expected me to continue working after accidentally burning two of my fingers in the fry vat at McDonalds. When he tried to say "Why are you leaving? Can't you work?" I said "Chris..go stick your hand in the oil vat and tell me if you feel like working afterwards or do you feel like going to the emergency room!!" He shut up and left me alone.

Cassie
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7 months ago

My husband was once a manager for a pizza joint the owner of which insisted stay open during a hurricane. The owner wouldn't let anybody leave. My husband refused to let any of his staff deliver pizzas and did it himself. We nearly lost him that night. A tree fell on his car and he suffered a head injury. The owner still didn't shut down the store until it lost power.

xymox
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7 months ago

What kind of person orders food during a hurricane and expects it to be delivered...?!

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Mama Panda
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7 months ago

The problem is that these sorts of businesses rely on the simple fact that most of their employees don't know or understand the labor laws. In the US the majority of this is illegal and they could be fined a large sum of money if not shut down as well. No one is exempt from a State of Emergency. People need to educate themselves in the labor laws for federal, state, county and city.

Jace
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7 months ago

Explain how “the majority of this is illegal”. It even states they are exempt from emergency shutdown. I’m not attacking; I am asking.

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Laura Pantazis
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7 months ago

I can understand the need to keep the resort employed. However, safety comes first. If it is too dangerous too travel and the company knows it will be too dangerous to travel, then they need to accommodate their employees with both housing and additional pay for their time.

Brandi VanSteenwyk
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7 months ago

Dear Mark... Look outside in the snow for my response to this declaration. You won't be able to miss it... Bright yellow writing punctuated by pieces of my uniform.

Ed Souza
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7 months ago

I quit!!!... wait, I don't even work there.

Pretty Pangolin
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7 months ago

I'd get a job there just for the pleasure of quitting. What an asshat!

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Jessica Billings
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7 months ago

This is awful. Screw you, Mark.

DKS 001
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7 months ago

no questions ... just my 2 weeks notice. Cya!

Jennifer Biness
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7 months ago

Wow, that's fucked up. If you offer for your staff to stay, you need to provide some sort of accomodations for them, the hospital does it for us with bad weather

Destini Mattocks
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6 months ago

Ugh, not for the hospital I work at. We are expected to be there even if it means coming in two days early - without pay. We must also bring our own linens and food (the rest is for patients and family/visitors only...this is understandable, though), I had to sleep in my car the last time I worked during a snowstorm - no extra rooms as the place was booked solid (my fault honestly). No critical care pay or overtime. Unfortunately that's becoming the norm now. At least I work at a hospital though, not some resort!

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Missy Barton
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7 months ago

This is the same bull shit the call center where I used to work did. Remember, we're not employed, we are indentured.

Donna Rakowiecki
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7 months ago

Yea FU supply bed pillow and blanket + food if you expect this bull sht for a barely livable wage

Bill
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7 months ago

Shitty place, Sugarloaf and Sunday River have accommodations for employees that are free during bad weather

Terrakian Dragon
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7 months ago

Exactly.

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Slinkman
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7 months ago

What an ice cold company :O

Louise Munnoch
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7 months ago

Where is this place so I can never ever go there?? Also, Trip Advisor STAT.

Terrakian Dragon
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7 months ago

Massachusetts. Monika Soffronow mentions it upthread: Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort Hancock, MA, USA

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Honey
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7 months ago

I don't even work there and I feel as though I should quit.

bored_pander
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7 months ago

And if the employee dies on the way in to work? That will be one helluva lawsuit.

WilvanderHeijden
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7 months ago

No, The company will refer to the line : "If your vehicle cannot handle snow, make alternate plans." If you die during your travels you clearly ignored the advice given. I'm not being sarcastic. That's how companies think about employees.

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TheKnightOwl
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7 months ago

Pretty sure this is illegal. If you require staff during an emergency, you need to accommodate them. Often people work in hospitality out of necessity, they can't afford to quit, these arseholes know that.

Analyn Lahr
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7 months ago

Bastards.

OCDRobot
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7 months ago

Wow... Fuck this company.

knittin' kitten
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7 months ago

Well sir I hope you're expecting a letter from the labor board...

European other
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7 months ago

Any questions ?! I have many !

Terrakian Dragon
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7 months ago (edited)

Yeah, mine would be, "How many labour lawyers do you think you'll be talking to after this? Just asking for a friend."

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Malcontent
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7 months ago

Dear Mark; fuck you. **burns down hotel**

Id row
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7 months ago

I wonder how much backlash they received from this being posted so often. I've seen this sign on quite a few sites now.

Amy Hedges
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7 months ago

Had to look up jiminy peak, thought it was Vail. People who work in resorts CANNOT generally afford to live there. Including your ski instructors, waitstaff at restaurants, hotel staff. Realize that when you spend that $200 on a lift ticket. The frontline staff, not even maintenance or housekeeping ( that’s a whole level lower) are getting enough to live a day like you do.

Terrakian Dragon
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7 months ago (edited)

Yup. And these asshole employers are telling them to essentially risk their lives by forcing them to come in to work during a potential state emergency, insisting they find some way, ANY way, to get in to work, offering them NO accommodations except probably sleeping on the fucking floor of a big reception/dining hall, no blankets, or food while they're there, slaving away for the guests that are paying out those expensive ticket prices... This is a place I'd report for labour violations in a fucking HEARTBEAT for SO many things. People like this make me want to PUKE.

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tuzdayschild
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7 months ago

I quit!

serato
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7 months ago

Any idea what "Fischer" or "Clark" might be? Names of rooms, like a dining room for example ??

chi-wei shen
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7 months ago

Fisher Room and Clark Room are both located on the second floor of The Country Inn at Jiminy Peak in Massachusetts. They are often used as reception location. Fisher accommodates up to 130 guests, Clark up to 40 guests.

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Steve Cruz
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7 months ago

I don't know what establishment this is in Jiminy, but they should provide employee accommodations in the event of heavy snowfall so travel risks can be avoided. Any questions? "Mark, why are you a dummy?"

BusLady
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7 months ago

Mark sounds like a heck of a nice guy.

ChaiDai
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7 months ago

Jiminy F-ing Crickets - I hope the management has to sleep in the elevators due to overbooking

Avital Pilpel
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7 months ago

Isn"t this a ski resort? It seems that in that case they *should* make sure all the staff arrives in case of a snowstorm that will make thousands of the guests stranded in the place.

Tiny Dynamine
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7 months ago

It's made even worse by the bad English. Accommodation is an uncountable noun.

Colin Leetham
Community Member
7 months ago

What is Jiminiy? Not a store/chain I'm familiar with...

Pretty Pangolin
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7 months ago

It's a ski area here in the Berkshires. Our local economy has a huge split between the wealthy second-home owners and the people that feed, entertain and clean up after them.

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Steve Barker
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7 months ago

Mark is a tool.

gracefullikeagazelle
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7 months ago

I would wanna see Mark all right.

Jo Choto
Community Member
7 months ago

What the hell IS this place?

Mónica Sacco
Community Member
7 months ago

How do you plan to keep your employees??

Lisa Chambers
Community Member
7 months ago

The only response to this is to burn the place down.

Jaybird3939
Community Member
7 months ago

Mark, I have questions about the integrity of this company.

Edweirdo Contagious
Community Member
7 months ago

I worked at a ski resort for half a season.. the place I worked at had a shuttle bus at least to get workers up and down the mountain. No I never missed work, and if I had, a whole lot of other folks would have also

K.Kobayashi
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7 months ago

This is what happens when employees aren't unionized.

Steve Barker
Community Member
7 months ago

That Mark. What a tool.

Alex Travous
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7 months ago

Only emergency personnel are required to work no matter what. This mostly includes federally employed. Other than that they can't make you come to work if it isn't safe.

Donovan Strader
Community Member
7 months ago

Id quit

Randy
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7 months ago

would add GFYM

jamie1707
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7 months ago

I hope no one came to work at Jiminy (whatever the eff that is) that Monday.

Dorothy Parker
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7 months ago

A friend in the brokerage biz is required to live within 3 miles of work. No excuses indeed

Aileen Grist
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7 months ago

I wouldn't stay there

Sandy Kavanaugh
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7 months ago

Is death an acceptable excuse?

Gabi
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7 months ago

Only if you bring in your death certificate in person.

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1337
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7 months ago

This place? https://www.jiminypeak.com/

Roxy Eastland
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7 months ago

Honestly, I understand that guests need looking after and shouldn't suddenly find themselves almost alone in a big hotel. But if there was decent management a) the staff would be invested in doing the best by the guests naturally and b) management would arrange accommodation or find ways to help staff get into work. Everyone would automatically want to work together for the same ends. This is horrible management and my heart goes out to the staff and the guests.

nvee
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7 months ago

Insensitive f....s

Guinny
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7 months ago

Let's get Mark fired and sell his company to a nice one this is awful

Twitch Mitchell
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7 months ago

I can exempt myself from anything I want. Snow included.

Peter Kelly
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7 months ago

On the face of it, a truly heartless and brutal diktat, but when you understand that Jiminy is a skiing resort it begins to look rather ridiculous. I'm pretty sure that the staff would be well aware of the travel issues caused by snow!

Coco
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7 months ago

Whole staff resignation should be the answer to this imbecility. ALL of them.

Blueplanet
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7 months ago

Question Mark

Leon'
Community Member
7 months ago

This resort just made my list of places to boycott... And screw you Mark!!!

Joel Emmett
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7 months ago

https://www.jiminypeak.com/

David Gripon
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7 months ago

That's the way to motivate the troops!!

Maria Rohlen
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7 months ago

I actually agree, snow is not an excuse if you live and work where it use to snow. You have a car with winter tires so you travel safe on the roads.

Gabi
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7 months ago

Honey, did you ever experience a SNOWSTORM?

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Yaaa I live in Northern Canada, WE didnt get a day off from school when it was -30 -40 Celcius for School or work. The roads didnt get plowed immediately after it snowed, your under carriage would push the snow out of the way

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I don't see the issue here. They have made valid points: if their guests can travel through these conditions to be there, the employees can travel through the conditions to serve the guests. It sounds like this is a ski resort ... who in their right mind expects a "snow day" off from work at a ski resort?

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What? People are expected to show up for work and plan for bad weather? What a concept.

Marcellus the Third
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7 months ago

Knowing you'll be snowed-in at work for an unknown number of days, do you leave for work or stay with your kids.

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According to Mason, information technology has reduced the need for work, blurred the “edges between work and free time,” and “loosened the relationship between work and wages.” The amount we have to work will further diminish as automation increases. But that’ll still take a while because our way of thinking has yet to catch up with the power of robotics.

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Anne
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7 months ago

Well.. they are not wrong...

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Rowlie
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7 months ago

I hope it's an inside joke

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Kali Fugatte
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7 months ago

I find this kinda funny, personally

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Mason also states that we’re “seeing the spontaneous rise of collaborative production: goods, services, and organizations are appearing that no longer respond to the dictates of the market and the managerial hierarchy. The biggest information product in the world—Wikipedia—is made by volunteers for free, abolishing the encyclopedia business and depriving the advertising industry of an estimated $3bn a year in revenue.”

In other words, we’re seeing various new forms of work, ownership, and businesses that will (in the long run) change our society as we know it. But whether or not it’ll be a postcapitalist society or something else entirely, we’ll find out in a few decades.

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M.J.
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7 months ago

That's pretty sad!!!

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Ilona
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7 months ago

Oof, that's unfortunate advertising

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T Simmons
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7 months ago

Tree showing CODIT around heartwood indicates rot

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Slinkman
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7 months ago

Like a vegan wearing a real leather jacket :D

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M.J.
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7 months ago

How sick is that?! Sure, make a person loose their job so you get a discount!

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Slinkman
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7 months ago

Huh?

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HorrorWeirdo
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7 months ago

That’s scary, man.

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Colin Leetham
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7 months ago

Pseudoscience meets capitalism!

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So you spend money but you are still loitering...ok

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M.J.
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7 months ago

Seriously?! Now they are stressing you... I know it's called fast food but some people (like me) eat slowly!

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Slinkman
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7 months ago

Hmm it's good to set boundaries for your kids en give them a sense of responsibility. But not in the way you are proposing mr Coach-dad wich sons and daughters are probably real sad en feel no self worth because you give them the feeling they are never good enough for your approval.

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HempFairy
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7 months ago

This can't be real !! This CANNOT be real! (O_o)

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Daniel Lewis
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7 months ago

I hope to meet someone who is wearing that tee shirt.

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theproplayer 2016ender
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7 months ago

I feel..attacked

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theproplayer 2016ender
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7 months ago

When youre at home all day playing games and your mom tells you to go play outside 🤡

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James Thompson
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7 months ago

*artisan gourmet ice

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M.J.
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7 months ago

Even fortune cookies sold their soul!

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Rowes Binley
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7 months ago

do not buy from a company thats owned by a man who hoards billions! wealth should be distributed!!

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Slinkman
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7 months ago

But loitering with a 30 minute time-limit is so stressfull!

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Monday
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7 months ago

What's wrong with a handicapped delivery guy? A job is a job, he doesn't seem to mind.

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Slinkman
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7 months ago

Well i'm not dying to win this one...

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M.J.
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7 months ago

Please tell me that is a joke or something!

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*sigh*, The Yellow Teletubby
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7 months ago

WTF is wrong with the people who make these posters lol

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chi-wei shen
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7 months ago

Puccino's is well known for its often self-deprecating humour. From an advertising point of view it seems to be successful.

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Slinkman
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7 months ago (edited)

If you love work you will probably like it... that's how that works i think.

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Anne
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7 months ago

My "dad-joke" in the elevator at work is: which floor do you live on... (law firm.. we are really more here than at home..)

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Ripley
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7 months ago

Alternative translation: "you should find somewhere else to eat".

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