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Working in a doctor's office means helping people when they're at their lowest. Sometimes, that leads to wonderful moments when the patient is thankful for all the advice and care you provided. Other times, it means taking something out of someone's bum.

Turns out, that second one happens a lot more than you might think.

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Sometimes your job can be a point of pride in your life, something you happily discuss with people either because you're proud of what you do or because you want people to know what kind of impact you make in others' lives.

However, there are those who prefer to keep what they do on the down-low.

Speaking about what you do could lead to complications, and who has time for that?

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Teachers are supposed to be kind individuals, instructing a class of open-minded (most of the time) students how to learn and grow and critically think. In an ideal world, this would certainly be the case for all educators, but as any person who's been through the education system can tell you, this is not always the case.

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If you've never worked retail then it'll be hard for you to have any idea of how it feels to be yelled at for something you have little control over. You do your best to help them out, but sometimes their feelings get the best of their human logic, so they lash out, screaming even, and it's up to you to calm them down. However, the hilarious thing is sometimes it's the customer's own fault, leaving you to fix their mess.

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It's hard to imagine your child as anything than what you've known them as. If you spend all weekend with them and they act like little monsters the entire time, you might shed a small tear for their teacher come Monday morning. However, one positively glowing parent-techer conference later you might question who your child really is.

Just like these stories from these parents below.

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