Never Too Early For Christmas Shopping [Pic]

Submitted by: SaintPatty 6 years ago in Funny

Especially for your son who didn"t graduate high school and had to settle for a job picking up other people"s filth.
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Female 1,356
what`s with david`s star on the left?
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Male 25,417
i left you a big present :P
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Male 521
Wow, specific card is specific.
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Female 833
I want this for my karate sensei, in his day job he`sa bin man.
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Female 24
@VictoryRider, haha I hear you-- the Walmart snip was just an example as we don`t actually have a Walmart here in New Zealand. I have to shop at weird NZ baby clothes places that charge 30-40 bucks for a pair of baby jeans for some reason (more expensive than MY jeans). Closest we have to Walmart is a KMart and they have the fuggliest baby clothes I`ve ever seen (even though USA Kmart has an okay variety) :(

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Male 15,510
Keep on mopping man
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Male 758
Hehehe...`hard on work pants`...

I`m sorry I keep making a post and then another post...I`ll expand the comments and read some before making my initial comment...
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Male 758
Aw hell...I HATE how f`ing touchy-feely and bubblewrapped this f`ing country is getting. I mean, `sanitation worker`?? It`s no longer acceptable to call someone the garbageman? And freaking specified x-mas cards for them? WTP, `merka, WTP?
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Male 1,268
Me thinks saintpatty is one of the animal science majors who just found out the only job he`ll be able to get once he`s done with school is picking up elephant dung.
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Male 1,461
Jennish - I was with you up to the "Walmart clothes" thing. Not sure what the problem with those are. I`ve got $8.00 jeans from there that are probably 7 or 8 years old now. Beats $50.00 jeans that are no better aside from the name. And for the money, they have the best work pants that I`ve found...and I`m really hard on work pants.

That aside, cleaning is great money for the time. About 20 years ago, when my wife and I were starting out, we had a cleaning business. We made enough to live on working about 10 hours a week cleaning for predominantly doctor`s offices.
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Female 24
I do cleaning and it actually works out GREAT for me, as I`m not a career-minded person at all. I clean a clinic and a hospice after hours. I get paid $13.10 an hour to do 20 hours a week and I only actually *work* for FIVE because I`m quick and efficient. 30 minutes Mon-Thurs, an hour Fri-Sun. The rest of my time I get to be a stay-at-home-mom. Works out amazing because I`m here for my baby 23 hours out of the day but I`m still contributing to my household. I could EASILY afford to quit my job but that little extra keeps my baby out of Walmart clothes. Win/Win.
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Male 183
I`m with Spatulaboy.
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Male 2,121
Presumably this is from one of those make-your-own card sites.
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Male 670
surprised it actually says christmas
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Male 35
The starting rate for a sanitation worker in my town is 58,000 a year thats not bad for collecting trash
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Male 1,256
I think instead of giving it to them in an envelope, you just sign it and throw it away, assuming that they`ll get it.
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Male 997
Sanitation workers get paid very well actually.... wouldn`t look down on them.....
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Female 843
While I find nothing wrong with giving your sanitation worker a Christmas (or any holiday) card, I think it`s a little weird that they actually make one that says it.
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Male 1,461
I don`t know, with the way unemployment and the economy were this past year, I wouldn`t be surprised to see a college graduate doing that (or any other job that might have been available).
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Male 35
Star of David on a Chrismas card?
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Male 970
Link: Never Too Early For Christmas Shopping [Pic] [Rate Link] - Especially for your son who didn`t graduate high school and had to settle for a job picking up other people`s filth.
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