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Hello! My name is Christina. I'm 24, and I'm from Florida. I love animals and puns.

Here you'll see lots of tv shows, movies, music, and crying over comedians apparently.

Aykroyd, Belushi, and Murray appreciation life.

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Today was my last ever day working at the Craft Store (~the big M~) !! I took this picture right after my shift and if I look a little dazed, yeah, that’s about right.
I’m still struggling with mild guilt for leaving but, for the most part, it’s like a great burden has been lifted from my shoulders. That place was toxic and I know it’s better to get out now than stay and suffer more, and have it be even more difficult to leave later.
My store manager wished me luck and when I thanked him for everything he said “thank you" and was generally really bummed that I was leaving. He made a comment to the effect of "it’ll be really hard to replace you" and that was nice but also made me sad. I’ll probably never get such a chill manager/boss again.
Other coworkers hugged me and said they’d miss me and it was a bit of a shock, like “what really??” but it was really nice. My favourite coworker (Belushi Buddy!) bought me some lemonade ice breakers as a last day gift because I offhandedly said I liked them at some point months ago and I was so surprised. It was all so sweet. ;w; She also said she tried to get Jim Belushi to show up for me, but it’s the thought that counts lol.
I’ll miss almost everyone there a lot, but I’m relieved to get away from the constant negative customers and the unrealistic pressures put on me by upper management. So, for the most part, I walked out of there like

Today was my last ever day working at the Craft Store (~the big M~) !! I took this picture right after my shift and if I look a little dazed, yeah, that’s about right.

I’m still struggling with mild guilt for leaving but, for the most part, it’s like a great burden has been lifted from my shoulders. That place was toxic and I know it’s better to get out now than stay and suffer more, and have it be even more difficult to leave later.

My store manager wished me luck and when I thanked him for everything he said “thank you" and was generally really bummed that I was leaving. He made a comment to the effect of "it’ll be really hard to replace you" and that was nice but also made me sad. I’ll probably never get such a chill manager/boss again.

Other coworkers hugged me and said they’d miss me and it was a bit of a shock, like “what really??” but it was really nice. My favourite coworker (Belushi Buddy!) bought me some lemonade ice breakers as a last day gift because I offhandedly said I liked them at some point months ago and I was so surprised. It was all so sweet. ;w; She also said she tried to get Jim Belushi to show up for me, but it’s the thought that counts lol.

I’ll miss almost everyone there a lot, but I’m relieved to get away from the constant negative customers and the unrealistic pressures put on me by upper management. So, for the most part, I walked out of there like

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do not stay up late drinking four glasses of sangria if you’re sad and tired because you will get really emotional and then you’ll pass out and won’t wake up until noon which is the opposite of what you wanted

and you might have had a dream where you made Harold Ramis laugh and then you will be sad for new reasons

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Unpleasant customers who complain and say they’d rather go somewhere else.

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god I hope my parents don’t find out that the Ghostbusters blu-ray special edition box set was $100

"you already had them both on DVD why did you need to buy them again?"
"why couldn’t you get it cheaper why did you need the special box set?"
"you need to hurry up and find a career so you can move out if you’re going to waste your money like this"