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People Who Work In Someone's Home Describe The Weirdest Thing They've Ever Seen
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Working in someone's home must feel like your walking on eggshells, but instead of organic, free-range eggs its the Fabergé kind. You're in someone else's personal space, their sanctum, where a litany of secrets and revelations could be revealed to you if you open the wrong cabinet or peak under their bed by accident.

You never know what's going to happen when you open their door, and that's what these people found out one day.

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Factory Workers Describe The Scariest Workplace Accidents They've Ever Witnessed
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Never doubt it, working in a factory is one of the most dangerous jobs around. Living day to day, completing tasks alongside massive machines with enough power to crush and shape metal, is of course going to make our fleshy, soft bodies quiver with fear. But, if you pay attention during safety training, have a good head on your shoulders, and follow all the rules, you can avoid injury.


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People Confess The Most 'Not Safe For Work' Thing They've Ever Done At Work
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I used to work in restaurants and I cannot tell you how many of my former coworkers were caught fooling around on the job. The thing you have to remember about restaurants (especially lower end ones) is that everyone is dating each other.

Or at least they have. Or might be considering it.

The point here is don't get mixed up in any of that because it will come back to haunt you and make your workday uncomfortable.

And please, please, PLEASE do not go make out or have sex in the walk-in freezer.

That's just nasty (but people did it on the regular).

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Warning: Some NSFW content ahead.

Security guards do have an important job. Generally, they are tasked with securing the premises and personnel by patrolling and monitoring surveillance equipment. They might verify visitors, too.

It seems pretty simple, right? Well, you can trust that other people don't make this particularly simple job very easy. Let's just say that just about every security guard out there has a story involving human feces.

People shared their stories with us after Redditor Conscious-Cause-2917 asked the online community,

"Dear security guards of Reddit: What was the most f**ked up thing you've ever seen on your shift?"
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"The Office" was, of course, a piece of satire. Surely, no actual office workplace is that absurd, that full of that many inappropriate comments and behaviors, run that ineptly on a daily basis.

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