Minimum wage is crap. There. I said it. We can all stop pretending it's not. If you've never worked for minimum wage, consider yourself impossibly lucky. Those of you who have will totally get what this reddit user meant when they asked:

Minimum wage workers, what is something that is against the rules for customers to do but you aren't paid enough to actually care?

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You can't even begin to understand.

Schizophrenia, in its simplest terms, is a mental disorder most often characterized by a failure to grasp reality. You may hear voices that others can't, or think in confused and muddied ways. Additional mental problems, such as anxiety and depression, sometimes follow with a schizophrenic diagnosis. It can affect how a person thinks, feels, and acts. To even begin to understand what it's like to have it is a monumental wall to overcome. You can try, though.

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Why do some employers need to treat employees like serfs? It's bad enough that we already live in a society that devalues labor, but being personally devalued feels pretty awful.

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We all have those people that we thought we could trust as our best friends, but they deceived us in one way or another. These people reveal how they were back stabbed by trusted friends.

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Guys are already so weird about girl things. So why would they want to know everything? No, girls keep their own secrets and for good reason. Dudes aren't ready.

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Sometimes an idea wall is a very bad idea.

Working in a corporate environment is not for everyone. Some people thrive in them, others (like me) wilt and start to slowly unravel mentally. But what about those companies who pride themselves on their "alternative" corporate culture? We've all heard about companies that let you bring pets or have slides between floors, but even that isn't enough to keep some people there.

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