3rd shift sux

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  1. jobbey

    jobbey Well-Known Member VIP

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    Just got outta work having a beer and eating some breakfast... Booo yaaaaaaa
     
  2. Westerberg

    Westerberg Perfectly Lethal

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    Dude?
     
  3. Phil McKrakin

    Phil McKrakin AKA Howie POTY The Bar VIP

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    He should jump into that other thread,
     
  4. artiesoffspring

    artiesoffspring Hugs and kisses

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    Are you talking about the beer called Third Shift?
     
  5. Ben Dover

    Ben Dover Well-Known Member

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    3rd shift is not for everyone. Kudos to those who can get used to it
     
  6. The Snork

    The Snork Well-Known Member VIP Gold

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    Usually a nice pay differential ... no suits to bother you. Even if there's days with nothing to do they have you come in and you can find someplace to just nap. The trouble is getting home fast enough to catch some Zs before it gets too light and noisy out.
     
  7. HeinousMark

    HeinousMark Creepy-Ass Cracka VIP

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    I did graveyard shift long ago for about a year. At first I thought it was cool, because I tended to be a night person anyway. That lasted about a week... Sucks trying to go to bed when the sun's coming up, the damn birds start chirping and shit, and the whole rest of the world is on a completely opposite schedule...........:(
     
  8. Schmoopy

    Schmoopy Shit Mult Hunter

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    At least you have a job, hairy ape!
     
  9. Gomez

    Gomez Well-Known Member

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    you should talk
    your future employment prospects are stellar :thumbup2:
     
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    Schmoopy Shit Mult Hunter

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  11. Lemmy

    Lemmy Douchebag Extraordinaire Gold

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    I worked graveyard when I was in my 20's and loved it. I worked it in my current job a few years ago and it kicked my ass......just could not get adjusted to the sleep schedule.
     
  12. jobbey

    jobbey Well-Known Member VIP

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    Ya it sux yer always sleeping if not want to
     
  13. artiesoffspring

    artiesoffspring Hugs and kisses

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    Dude, you're a moron.
     
  14. FunnyFarm2

    FunnyFarm2 voice of reason VIP Gold

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    Good points. I use those curtains that block out the sun and a fan to drown out the noise. Sleeping during the day is not a problem for me.