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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #50 - nightlynutria
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jokeexplain plx
User avatar #52 to #50 - thepunchedface [OP]
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Guy's applying for a job and the interviewer is being nosy and asks him about the several years that he did not work (gap in the CV). He wasn't working because he stayed over in an always open all you can eat restaurant.
User avatar #53 to #52 - nightlynutria
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thanks m8
User avatar #51 to #50 - nightlynutria
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jokeexplain never mind I got it
#1 - thepunchedface [OP]
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#34 to #1 - schwerdaddy
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I know where you got that. It's a secret to everyone
User avatar #70 to #1 - Greevon
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Hover-caption thingy:
"I think washing myself every day in their bathroom sink shows ingenuity."
#11 - grimmwaters
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>Eats endlessly for 5 years straight
>Doesn't get fat
User avatar #27 to #11 - amuzen
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he said 'gap' in the resume implying that at some point he started doing stuff again before the 5 years was up.
User avatar #33 to #27 - schwerdaddy
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No, he didn't imply that at all. The gap in the resume is the 5 years he spent at a restaurant. He had no occupation during that time period, thus a gap.
User avatar #35 to #33 - amuzen
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That's more of a fall off than a gap, a gap implies things start up again.
#62 to #35 - pridefulmatthew
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It was still a gap of 5 years...
User avatar #71 to #62 - amuzen
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I could have just as easily been a gap of one-four years, he had a gap in his resume that started five years ago and ended at some arbitrary point since then.
User avatar #15 to #11 - reaperssprint
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OR, just maybe, he only ate when he was hungry but stayed in building.


Also, its a comic.
#17 to #11 - zzRedzz
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I've been eating since I was born and I haven't gotten fat
I've been eating since I was born and I haven't gotten fat
User avatar #37 to #17 - centifolia
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Technically speaking, you've been eating even before you were born
#4 - viktordiaz
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#67 to #4 - dguitarhero
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#59 to #4 - daix
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I lost myself when I read that and thought you just capped a section from the content and  got loads o' toes for it and then realized the joke.
I lost myself when I read that and thought you just capped a section from the content and got loads o' toes for it and then realized the joke.
#6 - irreleventpicture
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#64 to #6 - dguitarhero
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let me see here...   
   
The tumbleweed crossing the road is an archetype for desolation, representing the absence of any substance in the interviewee's resume. The next frame cuts to the man, and presents a paperclip. The paperclip is stability, it keeps papers together and in place. The paperclip stands alone; the man has lost his control, as he has no paperwork to show. The thought of the paperclip as a non-present desire is accentuated by the glaring white background to it, starkly contrasting the dark grey of the room situated in reality. At last, the final frame gives us a hammer. This is the blunt and destructive decision making of his younger self that led to his predicament. Though the backdrop and restaurant look much happier and colorful, this is the illusion of his folly. A hammer was clearly chosen because it has a duel relation in that if you notice the strange "sprinkles" on the table in this diner, you'll notice they look vaguely like hammered nails. His decision nailed him into his coffin so-to-speak, and is thus symbolically shown as the table being nailed down, enclosing him in this fantasy for 5 years.
let me see here...

The tumbleweed crossing the road is an archetype for desolation, representing the absence of any substance in the interviewee's resume. The next frame cuts to the man, and presents a paperclip. The paperclip is stability, it keeps papers together and in place. The paperclip stands alone; the man has lost his control, as he has no paperwork to show. The thought of the paperclip as a non-present desire is accentuated by the glaring white background to it, starkly contrasting the dark grey of the room situated in reality. At last, the final frame gives us a hammer. This is the blunt and destructive decision making of his younger self that led to his predicament. Though the backdrop and restaurant look much happier and colorful, this is the illusion of his folly. A hammer was clearly chosen because it has a duel relation in that if you notice the strange "sprinkles" on the table in this diner, you'll notice they look vaguely like hammered nails. His decision nailed him into his coffin so-to-speak, and is thus symbolically shown as the table being nailed down, enclosing him in this fantasy for 5 years.
#65 to #64 - irreleventpicture
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#40 to #6 - mrfartypants
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Comment Picture
User avatar #29 to #6 - hermaeousmora
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Looks like something from the Sims
#36 to #6 - WheresMyAccount
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#66 to #36 - slightlycynical
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i never got this because the things on a kitchen counter or something
#19 to #6 - myaccountisnew
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I see you're name, I just like this picture.
#13 to #6 - Bruceman
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wat
wat
#7 to #6 - childpls
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What is this supposed to mean?
What is this supposed to mean?
#8 to #7 - irreleventpicture
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User avatar #9 to #8 - childpls
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Oh I see your name now if that shows up as you are I was trying to dodge word filter thinking it was still enabled
#10 to #9 - irreleventpicture
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#18 to #10 - atma
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What do you think about climate change and its effect on the GDP of small islands?
#38 to #18 - irreleventpicture
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#16 to #8 - anon id: fb35e008
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majestic toad
#2 - mudkipftw
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MFW we can end world hunger
MFW we can end world hunger
User avatar #3 to #2 - misticalz
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We can
if we didn't just waste all of our wheat and other agriculture, we could easily end world hunger.
#21 to #3 - anon id: 477a8354
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maybe if the admins dont pillage villages and try to learn to farm. stupid intense bodyloveing admins!
User avatar #26 to #21 - misticalz
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tru
I don't think much dirt there is even soil though.
It's just dry digestive end product
No water there unless it rains, or you live next to a river that floods. Like the Nile.
User avatar #23 to #21 - misticalz
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politicians ?
#22 to #21 - anon id: 477a8354
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I mean N I G G E R S!!
User avatar #25 to #22 - misticalz
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ok
User avatar #24 to #22 - misticalz
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admins
User avatar #5 to #3 - atrocitustheking
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Yep, if companies didn't pay farmers to let some of their crops spoil (thus making it "rarer" and more expensive) then we could use that extra food to benefit a vast number of needy people.
#32 - bluwizard
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**bluwizard rolled image** when I find the all you can eat
#41 to #32 - anon id: 5193d7d0
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oi nice rol m8
#42 to #32 - swampertftw
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**swampertftw rolled image** dat roll tho
User avatar #14 - unstoppablegiggle
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faggot
User avatar #20 to #14 - bitchplzzz
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faggot
User avatar #45 to #20 - comedicturtle
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faggot
#56 to #45 - dorfdorfdorf
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#58 to #57 - dorfdorfdorf
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#30 - zamka
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I thought that he was stuck in the restaurant for 5 years and never got the chance to masturbate.
#39 to #30 - mrfartypants
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**mrfartypants rolled image** why would you think that?
#43 to #39 - zamka
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Since there was a "gap" in his resume I thought he finally got the chance.
#54 to #43 - dorfdorfdorf
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How could you have possibly come to that conclusion?
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