Published on August 26, 2007
Fed up with your job?
Bad working environment? Constantly ringing phones? Uncomfortable office chair? Smelly co-workers? Reflections on your screen? Extremely noisy collegaues? Not earning enough money?
Constantly ringing phones?
Uncomfortable office chair?
Reflections on your screen?
Extremely noisy collegaues?
Not earning enough money?
Shut up! It could be a lot worse!!!
NOW GET BACK TO WORK !!!
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