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Like many of you out there, I used to work retail jobs and I still remember how much my feet would hurt after long shifts. I used to head home (my feet hurting all through my long commute) and then just lie back in my bed once I'd arrived and wait for the feeling to pass.

Baths would help, as would sleep, but... ouch. The feeling of finally being able to lie down hurt, but eventually gave way to immense relief. Oh, and have I stressed that retail jobs in the United States really need to allow people to sit down while doing their jobs at the cash register? Seriously.

People told us about similar experiences after Redditor Grantsb asked the online community,

"What hurts at first, but feels good after a few seconds?"
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Ah, yes, we are in the age of the unsolicited non sequitur outburst.

You know the kind, where you mention the weather and someone launches into a rant about Jewish Space Lasers causing wildfires.

It's time to bring them back to reality and say, "Representative Greene, this is Congress."

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COVID-19 has been a part of all of our lives for the last two years now... it's okay to admit that you're exhausted and that you're completely over it. Those feelings are valid.

You've had enough? So have the rest of us.

But before COVID upended society as we knew it, there were plenty of things that frustrated us... regular things... like people who don't return shopping carts to the corral... and racism. You know the deal.

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People Share The Most Absurd Personal Complaint They've Ever Heard
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The amount of frivolous personal complaints seems to have hit new levels.

Whether it's complaints from co-workers or customers, nonsense is nonsense. The things I've heard people complain about in the workplace boggles my mind.

"Your smile isn't bright enough."

"I didn't feel appreciated."

"The color of your shirt is too loud."

"Your name is offensive."

Redditor InfiniteCalendar1 wanted to hear about some of the drama that's been thrown people's way, so they asked:

"What is the most ridiculous thing someone has filed a complaint against you or someone you know about?"
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