Tuesday, January 4th, 2011
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People Who Go To Work When They're Deathly Ill

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deepomega (#1,720)

Wait, Diddy doesn't fall under Sex Workers?

Smitros (#5,315)

Only if he pays extra [rimshot].

garge (#736)

You are lucky, the Juggalette I know was fired from Ruby Tuesdays before this chart was published.

C_Webb (#855)

Please immediately write post entitled "The Juggalette I Know." Thank you.

Miles Klee (#3,657)

Bloggers.

saythatscool (#101)

I assumed they were a subcategory with the crossover between "sex worker" and "entrepreneur."

Art Yucko (#1,321)

Professional Mathletes.

garge (#736)

Also, this chart would make a lovely tote bag [which I could use to haul my over the counter meds, herbal remedies, heating pad, electric kettle and kleenex to work]!

Van Buren Boy (#1,233)

Only a crazy person would waste a sick day when they're actually sick. Everyone knows that sick days are reserved for nice weather when one is healthy.

Yes, if you are going to be miserable you might as well be at work. AND those of us that are healthy are not penalized.

Joey Camire (#6,325)

Also, catholics/new englanders… terrible guilt about calling in.

theheckle (#621)

This is actually why many New England trash-hauling firms continue to have dead people on the payroll. It isn't a mob thing, it's a guilt thing. So your dead? You can still put in a solid 4 hours of work and 4 hours of lunch.

Joey Camire (#6,325)

Guilt is a powerful emotion. Oh, also, labor unions are pretty powerful too.

hockeymom (#143)

Where is the "Deadly-Ill-Martyr-Mother-In-Law" circle? Because that one would be large, obnoxious and not able to shut the hell up about it.

SeanP (#4,058)

Are all the schnooks down the hall really also Americans? Surely there must be some European schnooks.

davetar (#1,114)

And what of the Poor Schnooks???

DoctorDisaster (#1,970)

I want an uncropped version for my work computer's wallpaper! I will add the "you are here" dot myself.

cherrispryte (#444)

Where is the "everyone I can see/hear at my office right now" circle? Cause it sounds like First Med up in here.

Bonjourmiette (#9,282)

I'm pretty sure the guy in the office next to mine is dying of tuberculosis as I type

KarenUhOh (#19)

How the hell else am I supposed to infect all these mopes?

boyofdestiny (#1,243)

Even if I hadn't called in sick today, I'd be doing the same thing at work as I'm doing at home: frantically trawling the Internet to figure out which debilitating "flu-like symptoms" ailment I have.

deepomega (#1,720)

Scrapies.

boyofdestiny (#1,243)

Ugh. Why do you know about that?

deepomega (#1,720)

Too many friends in vet school.* The things I could tell you about animal penises!

*Two. (2)

cherrispryte (#444)

Ought I to google "scrapies" or not?

boyofdestiny (#1,243)

Just do it. If we go down, we go down together.

Joey Camire (#6,325)

Are you talking about scabies? or is this something entirely different and equally gross?

cherrispryte (#444)

@Joey – different disease, similar symptoms, or so I have just learned.

@bod – THERE IS GRATUITOUS SHEEP ASSHOLE(?) ON THE WIKIPEDIA PAGE FOR SCRAPIES AND I BLAME YOU FOR MY SEEING IT. Hence, no "we go down together" joke for you.

Greg Damiani (#9,285)

is that supposed to be a venn diagram? because it's snot

Tulletilsynet (#333)

I am thinking the "lawyers" globe should maybe read "associates". Also, good job leaving out the Europeans, who ask for and get a doctor's note whenever they expect well-deserved public embarrassment. ("Mr X was on sick leave and unavailable to comment on the third-quarter results.")

6h057 (#1,914)

Late to the party, but I'm still liking the shit out of this.

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