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Work … every morning…
With sleepy seeds still in your eyes, you start whining at the thought of going to work
The same over and over again, day in day out, enough I can’t take it any more!
With your jaw grinding the pavement and sleepy seeds in your eyes, you head towards your car…
However, you shouldn’t complain about what you do for a living!
There are worse jobs than yours
You probably have a better job!!
Or maybe one more photo to be 100% certain!
Good morning and have a good day at work because you have both
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