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2 months ago
Thomas might be toxic
Or had a retail job in which case the customers were the problem
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Make them pay
They should sprain their empathy muscles
Make them pay
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Not legal
Though they probably made you sign you agree with it so quit!
Not legal
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Working retail is hell
Amazing they would have never tested this after buying it
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Black Cat is Boss
Better learn to respect the Cat, I am not biased
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Huge Work Fail
This kind of thing should be illegal and it probably is, hope this guy sued. I'm talking about the boss this is clearly an employee sabotaging the company going out of his way to disrupt the peace with his vile working class memeing! This boss should be the CEO of the year for his brave stand against this tomfoolery! Here are some reasons why you SHOULD fire an employee for daring to poop and meme about it:

"The Meme Meltdown": Firing your employee over a meme is a surefire way to demonstrate your commitment to workplace decorum and professional conduct. After all, who needs a team member who's more focused on generating laughs than generating revenue? Time to send them packing and reclaim your office's meme-free zone!

"The LOL Liability": Firing your employee over a meme sends a clear message to the rest of your team: humor has no place in the workplace. Sure, a well-timed meme might elicit a chuckle or two, but at what cost? It's better to nip the LOLs in the bud and ensure that your office remains a meme-free zone—because nothing screams professionalism like a strict ban on internet humor.

"The Meme Misstep": Firing your employee over a meme is a strategic move to protect your company's reputation and brand image. After all, one ill-advised meme could send shockwaves through social media and tarnish your carefully cultivated corporate identity. It's better to cut ties now and distance yourself from any potential PR disasters—because when it comes to memes, there's no such thing as a harmless joke.

"The Meme Management Masterstroke": Firing your employee over a meme is a brilliant display of managerial prowess and leadership acumen. It shows that you're not afraid to make tough decisions in the name of upholding company values and maintaining a professional workplace environment. Plus, it sends a clear message to the rest of your team: when it comes to memes, there's no room for error.

"The Meme-Free Meritocracy": Firing your employee over a meme is a strategic move to weed out the weak links and ensure that your team is composed of only the most serious and dedicated professionals. After all, if someone's more interested in generating internet laughs than driving business results, they're not cut out for the high-stakes world of corporate success. It's time to separate the meme-makers from the moneymakers and build a team that's focused on winning—not meme-ing.
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4 months ago
Must be because they were paid so well
At least he said have a great day!So why did they quit? Speculation is the name of the game on funnybanter so we thought up a few reasons:

"The Nugget Nonsense": "After a disastrous attempt to juggle chicken nuggets for a customer's entertainment, I realized my talents were better suited for a different stage. Let's just say the nuggets weren't the only things taking a tumble that day!"

"The Frosty Fiasco": "When I accidentally set the Frosty machine to 'eternal churn,' I knew it was time to bid farewell to the world of soft-serve. Let's just say we had enough Frosty to last a lifetime—assuming anyone could stomach that much chocolatey goodness."

"The Spatula Showdown": "My attempt at mastering the art of spatula juggling ended with a burger launch that could rival SpaceX. Turns out, flipping burgers isn't as glamorous as it looks on TV—and the ceiling definitely wasn't impressed."

"The Drive-Thru Disaster": "Trying to decipher orders from hangry customers in the drive-thru lane was like playing a high-stakes game of charades. Let's just say my interpretation of 'extra pickles' wasn't exactly what the customer had in mind."

"The Baconator Blunder": "After one too many encounters with the infamous Baconator, I realized my arteries deserved a break. Let's just say my heart wasn't on board with the idea of a daily bacon binge, and neither was my waistline."
Must be because they were paid so well

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