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A growing number of employers don't mind informal wear but most of them prefer that you wear trousers
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our team have adopted an informal dress code for video calls... we call it "business from the waist up"

it's optional, but strongly encouraged :lol:
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our team have adopted an informal dress code for video calls... we call it "business from the waist up"

it's optional, but strongly encouraged :lol:
That seems to be a running theme this year. :lol:
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Good evening ladies & gentlemen. We are just making our final approach to Los Angeles International Airport so if you look out of the windows on the left you can see......a guy with a jet pack
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Man makes impassioned plea on one of the most pressing matters facing our world today
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Man makes impassioned plea on one of the most pressing matters facing our world today
The thing is, he's not wrong. Boneless chicken "wings" aren't generally wings at all, they're made from breast meat. https://www.cracked.com/article_28525_b ... there.html
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Woman issues plea to find new home for lost kitten that was wandering a Sheffield car park...Did I say, "Kitten"? I actually meant crayfish
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Is there anything worse than.....an Iceland Jobby Horror?
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Should I email her a Louisiana Cajun boil recipe? I actually don’t eat them, I can’t stand to look at them. I think I got turned off as a kid when I was told to “twist the tail off and suck the head”. I’m not that southern
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Omg! Hahaha, the goodwill gesture of Lindor chocolate balls, those employees were having a good laugh!
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We've all been there. A fly gets in the house & you blow up half the house trying to catch it
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We've all been there. A fly gets in the house & you blow up half the house trying to catch it
I didn't expect that swat flies with my hands saved me so far from the same fate as that man :innocent: :lol: :lol: :bat:
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Slow news day goes full-glacial at OTS news. Phil's wife might just have a valid point though
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Things you shouldn't do while having a covid test include swallowing the swab stick
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Pro tip: Clear your internet search history for artificial hands before attempting to scam your insurance company
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FFS :lol: , I better not get any ideas at work on monday .
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FFS :lol: , I better not get any ideas at work on monday .
That’s insane! I can’t believe anyone going through that. Then again there are constantly people driving wild on the interstate trying to get in a wreck with an 18-wheeler to collect insurance money. The world these days :?
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Remarkable bird, the Norwegian Blue, isn't it, ay? Beautiful plumage
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“While there is a small degree of interpretation that can be applied to face coverings, we do not believe it extends to the use of snakeskin – especially when still attached to the snake.”
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