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(Daily Hive)   Online candy retailer is hiring Chief Candy Officer for $100,000 a year, will be in charge of trying all new candies. Sweet   (dailyhive.com) divider line
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2022-07-19 2:25:45 PM  
Will this person also be in charge of the Oompa Loompas?
 
2022-07-19 2:48:57 PM  
Seems like a pretty wonky idea..
 
2022-07-19 3:46:55 PM  
But that doesn't even cover the cost of insulin.

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On a side note, that fact, is farking sad.
 
2022-07-19 4:22:12 PM  

waxbeans: But that doesn't even cover the cost of insulin.

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On a side note, that fact, is farking sad.


The place is in Canada. Insulin is cheap there.
 
2022-07-19 4:23:28 PM  
in middle school, I worked retail in the factory-attached storefront of a local chocolate mfgr. - https://gorant.com/

think they maybe paid $10/hr, and that was only part time. and they insisted we had to try every single variety of chocolate at least once - mainly so we could inform customers on our own experience/opinion.

apparently I am eminently qualified for this new position!

/also where I learned mad giftwrapping skillz
//and I got to wear a shop jacket + tie, just like Mr. Mash
///no mustache tho'
 
2022-07-19 4:29:44 PM  
Someone's been eating way too much candy. White, powdery candy.
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2022-07-19 4:55:29 PM  
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2022-07-19 5:01:45 PM  

tintar: in middle school, I worked retail in the factory-attached storefront of a local chocolate mfgr. - https://gorant.com/

think they maybe paid $10/hr, and that was only part time. and they insisted we had to try every single variety of chocolate at least once - mainly so we could inform customers on our own experience/opinion.

apparently I am eminently qualified for this new position!

/also where I learned mad giftwrapping skillz
//and I got to wear a shop jacket + tie, just like Mr. Mash
///no mustache tho'


Why don't all, ALL, restaurants do this????? fark restaurant management and owners. They farking useless farking idiots.

Oh and servers, look at the food. If you wouldn't eat it. Please don't place it front of me. You fark .
 
2022-07-19 5:26:10 PM  
Homer and marge at the candy convention
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Best Simpsons episode ever.
 
2022-07-19 5:38:10 PM  
Canadian residents would have to work in Toronto... not bad.
American residents would have to work in Newark, NJ... $100k seems a bit low to deal with that.
 
2022-07-19 5:56:56 PM  
You get a company car too.
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2022-07-19 6:42:53 PM  
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HFK
2022-07-19 9:45:09 PM  

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2022-07-20 12:11:37 AM  

Tyrone Slothrop: Someone's been eating way too much candy. White, powdery candy.
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That dude on the right has some serious beard flow, yo.
 
2022-07-20 7:14:58 AM  

baxterdog: Tyrone Slothrop: Someone's been eating way too much candy. White, powdery candy.
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That dude on the right has some serious beard flow, yo.


woman seated to his right has long straight hair...
 
2022-07-20 11:14:07 AM  
Meanwhile on Mars...

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