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Also about work ethic+233It's silly that employers look you up on Facebook before they hire you and make assumptions about your work ethic from things you post, amirite?
Also about work ethic+176"It's all about who you know," is what lazy people say as an excuse for their lack of a work ethic, amirite?
Also about work+246The internet went down for three hours this morning, plunging the nation into productivity. The outrage, which caused major work startages from New York to California, prevented an estimated 120 million American employees from messing around on the web at work. amirite?
Also about People & Celebrities+10It can be quite exhausting coming up with excuse after excuse and constantly trying to find someone to blame for the way we feel, amirite?
Also about number+117Facebook status popularity = (number of likes x number of minutes since posted)/number of friends you have, amirite?
Also about work ethic+260Although working yourself to a point of extreme exhaustion is very unhealthy, it's sort of a proud feeling knowing your work ethic is so great that the only thing to ever stop you will be your own body's physical limit, amirite?
Also by StickCaveman+166When the 2020's get here, we should refer to them as The Roaring Twenties like they did in the 1920's, amirite?
Also about work ethic+628The problem with heroes, really. Their only purpose in life is to thwart others. They make no plans, develop no strategies. They react instead of act. Without villains, heroes would stagnate. Without heroes, villains would be running the world. Heroes have morals. Villains have work ethic. amirite?
Also about People & Celebrities+7If people weren't so busy with P o r n...they might be having $ex instead... Amirite?
Also by StickCaveman+371The main character in TV shows is always the loser or geek at school. They never show the point of view of the bully, amirite?