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A Gamer's Struggle

That moment you're a gamer with a retail job realizing you're the IRL equivalent of a Stranglethorn bread vendor.
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I...I never thought of it like that.....time to go on an adventure.
nah. I work in tech support. I answered the phone while playing GTA 5 and fixed their problem on the second monitor without dying at 3 stars.... this is my job. XD
lol thanks danidee
@danidee Ahhh...gotcha
@ACGPhillip NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO It's okay. You won't be an NPC forever. One day you will gain crazy amounts of life XP.
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