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– It’s funny, I’ve had
a lot of bad day jobs, but the worst one I had was being a shift supervisor at Starbucks, ’cause I was assaulted
seven different times. And I was a stripper, so that’s like saying something. (upbeat techno music) – The worst job? – Oh. (exhaling) – I haven’t had many jobs. – The worst job I ever had
was cold calling people. – People’d hang up on me and
tell me that I was terrible, and I’d get a morning break
and I’d sit in my car and cry. – Which is very taxing on you. – It’s a good way to
learn how to get rejected. – When I worked at a laundromat. – Wash and dry dead people’s clothes, after they passed away. It would sometimes be
blood or shit stained, and that was horrible. – I took care of elderly people. – Saw a lot of naked old man booty. – Filming a video for someone who completely took advantage of me. Oh my god, ew, that sounded
like I just did a sketchy porn. – Probably coaching five year olds. Too rowdy, too many of them in one pool. Nobody drowned. – Babysitting a bunch of children. – For rich people. – Very stressful. – I got yelled at by a parent. No. – Working retail. Can I name-drop the company? Aeropostle. – Sears. – PacSun. – Office Max. – Hollister. – Abercrombie greeters
had to stand outside. Do it with my shirt off, and I’d go, “Hey, welcome to Abercrombie!” – I worked at a grocery store. – It was really boring. – Mind-numbingly boring. – I was working graveyard shift. It was eight p.m. to four a.m. And it was really back-breaking labor. – Worked at a store
called Brandy Melville. They preached a one size fits all policy, which is the dumbest shit I
ever heard in my entire life. – Pet store. – Shoe department. – Any job in retail. Just annoying to do a
bunch of crap for people and then them treat you like like shit. – They would just come in like savages, and like be throwing
the clothes in the air and you know, we would
have to fold everything. – I will forget this one Black man. He was like, “Do you hang out
with white people all the time “or is that why you just have
all that shit on your face?” And I was like, “What?” – Working out of a taco truck. – I got paid in tacos. – For sure McDonald’s. – McDonald’s. – I fried food and took
orders, it was ugh. – I went underneath the
fryer with a spatula, scraping away four inches of grease. – People and their sauce. Like if they ordered three
sauces for their chicken nuggets, and we gave them two. I’ve had sauce thrown at me. – Burger King. – Wendy’s. – They made me clean
shit up every single day, and it was disgusting. Shit. – I worked for a cult that
ordains people online, and the holy water we used
to sell was tap water. – I used to be a caddy. – Making car batteries. – Breaking down TVs. – Working at a shelter. – UPS. – Construction. – Working at a dispensary. There’s very low pay, nobody
gets health insurance. I mean, the low pay
and no health insurance is pretty fucking bad. – I sold Kirby vacuum cleaners. Nobody wants to buy a thousand
dollar vacuum cleaner. – I was working with one
other gal in the office, and she was a bully. One time, she came in and I just wasn’t gonna have it that day, and she’s like, “Boy, isn’t
somebody bitchy today?” And I’m like, “You know what? “Yes, I am.” (laughing) – Snow shoveling, and it
was the definition of hell. $10 an hour. – I wasn’t making that great of money. – It’s very depressing. – I just wanted to get out of there. – I was like, “Maybe you
should give me a raise.” And they didn’t, so I quit. – I lasted two days. – That’s how I feel about most jobs. If I don’t like it, I’ll move on, so. – Jimmy John’s. – I worked at Jimmy John’s. They didn’t like pay me jack. – Delivering pizza. – Coffee shop. – Menchie’s. – Chipotle. – Taco Bell. – Yeah, that shit’s pretty gross. – Everything comes in bags. Bags of meat, bags of beans, bags of eggs. Just put it in hot water. – Applebee’s. I was a host. People want a booth. Everybody can’t get a booth. – Subway. Picky people would come up and destroy the most complicated sandwiches. Like, it’s a sandwich, bro. Stop putting stuff on it. It’s a fucking sandwich. Just take the sandwich how it is. – Being a U.S. soldier. I mean it’s supposed to be
someone to break you down, so that they can build you up. And being broken down, of course it sucks. – Hooter’s. They have you hula hoop and in front of men while they’re eating. It’s just really degrading. – I was a server at a strip club. They wanted me to strip. They wanted me to get on the pole, so I told my boss I’ll
take a 15 minute break, and I hopped in a cab and went home. – I worked as one of those
if you go into Costco, there’s some sad person and they go, “Come ask us about our
deals for our members.” Someone had grabbed me. He like ran his hand down my back, and like rested over my butt. I called my boss and I told him about it, and he was like, “I knew you were weak “from the moment I talked
to you on the phone first. “We shouldn’t have hired you.” And I just never went back. I don’t think I even
collected my last paycheck. – I was serving somebody
who had a daughter that was about my age, and they flirted with me. I was 15. – I worked at a bakery. The management was not ideal. – I did have a terrible boss recently. – He just, he sucked. – Disrespectful. – He was just a dick. – Wayne, you’re a dick. (laughing) – I was working on a cruise ship, and it was a fucking nightmare. I didn’t never sleep. I didn’t never sit. All the senior citizens
with their fucking walkers was walking faster than me. I was out. – I have to be honest,
I’ve loved all my jobs. It’s true. I’ve had great bosses. – Hey guys, it’s Marina. – I’m Dave. – Check out our Patreon,
patreon.com/watchcut. You won’t regret it. Right? (hums indecisively) Come on, there’s like an almost
nine million of you guys. We gotta have more than 20 patreons.

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