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Post Reply Have you ever worked with someone that you could have sworn was on drugs?
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Posted 2/7/15
When I was a teen, I worked at a convenience store. One of the employee's did meth, weed, and many other things...
I didn't figure it out by myself, but she happened to tell me for some reason. I think she was drunk at that time too, heh..
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22 / M / Michigan
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Haha. I'm SURE over half the people on the planet have tried some kind of recreational drug in their life. Even your parents. They may tell you, they may not. But yeah I'm confident in saying I've worked with people on drugs.
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17 / M / Crimson Mage Village
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Posted 2/7/15
If we're talking Over the Counter Drugs, then pretty much everyone I know is on them.
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Posted 3/19/15 , edited 3/19/15
I've worked with a few who were on drugs and even used them on break while on a shift. I knew them on a casual basis and was embarrassed for the both of them. I'm someone who's never smoked a cigarette or had a sip of alchohol, but I don't judge what people do on their personal time. If you do it at work, while I'm working with you, that's another story.
Posted 3/19/15

slfcmore wrote:

Yeah I helped get someone fired one time for drinking on the job. He was a lousy worker and that was a surefire way to get rid of him.


Bare sad lol.
Posted 3/19/15
In Brockton, you can smell the marijuana in the air. I swear people over there are always high on something.
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This is a little off topic but I think there are some psychological illnesses and torments that's just about as bad as any long term drug abuse. I'm one of those who don't automatically assume drug use when someone acts a little weird or has a bad day. If they start acting like a schizophrenic when they normally never have then I would assume drug use. But I see nothing wrong with a little buzz while your working if that's what you like to do. There's a lot of factory workers who do their job with something like a dip of tobacco in their cheek. However they should be immediately fired if they show up drunk or on a hard drug.
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26 / M / Santiago, Chile
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Posted 3/19/15 , edited 3/19/15
I do drugs sometimes (recreationally) but I would never go high to work or drunk or anything like that, that's just stupid, I mean, come on it's your job so do it right you scumbag, people who do shitty at their job really bother me >:v
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Posted 3/19/15
I've volunteered at a hospital gift shop and worked at a fast food restaurant, and there have been several encounters I've had with customers on dope/meth. Some are in a trance like state so that it's almost like they're asleep, and others are very, very jumpy. The ones on meth usually don't have many teeth, unfortunately.
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Posted 3/20/15
I knew of one he was pretty cool
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Posted 3/20/15
I used to have a co-worker who would often drop acid before coming into work. He would showed me the tab on his tongue one time.

Like great to know, dude, thanks for wasting all of our time. I blame you if anything goes wrong.
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34 / M / Ontario, Canada.
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Posted 3/20/15
half the staff is high for part of the day and I know it for a fact lol. no need to wonder if they're lit up or not.
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28 / M / Canada
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Posted 3/20/15
I'm fairly confident my coworkers don't come to work on drugs. I would say a couple of them partake regularly, but people normally seem pretty cogent on the clock. Customers that are obviously high, though, are more or less an hourly occurrence, and many of them bring the stench with them.
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34 / M / Eastern US
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Posted 3/20/15
Years ago, one of our male employess came into work (a grocery store deli) wearing shades. He thought he could just keep wearing those while working with the slicer. My boss at the time forced them off and his eyes were red. She didn't do anything besides that, because he was in a great mood, and it was more convenient her to let him work than to make a last-minute call to replace him. Within the first hour of his shift, he somehow managed to slice off a huge chunk of his finger. About a third of his finger tip was on the floor. The dumbass was bleeding everywhere and he just stood there, holding his hand (nothing to stop the bleeding though), and giggled. Customers were just staring at him while we're trying to quickly get his hand wrapped in bandages and the blood cleaned off the slicer, tables, and floor. Evenetually, an ambulance arrived to take him and his chunk to the hospital. He didn't work in the store after that, obviously, but he did continue to shop there for a few months until he finally moved west. He was a nice kid... just not very bright.
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Posted 3/21/15
Many, Many times.
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