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Re: What's on your mind? My boss has one of those wretched scentsee things on her desk and the entire room reeks something awful. They were banned from use around here ages back. If only that rule was still in place. The odor is making me sick to my stomach. Fuck not being able to work from home.

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My boss has one of those wretched scentsee things on her desk and the entire room reeks something awful. They were banned from use around here ages back. If only that rule was still in place. The odor is making me sick to my stomach. Fuck not being able to work from home.
Bring a vat of tar or gasoline. It will conflict with her odor and make the point that smells make it difficult to concentrate. Goodness knows I can't do math when I smell stir-fry downstairs.
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haha i'm guilty of that too :L trying to write music and then accidentally writing a song you know, then you want to listen to that song . . . then that album . . . then another album eventually it all just ends up with me listening to music for about 9 hours straight :L
LOL, that's happened to me before. You come up with what you think is a killer lyric and a riff but it feels strangely familiar and then you hear exactly what you wrote. Always a heart breaker when that happens. :lol:
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