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I went to a job interview today, you will never believe what forum the boss was on!

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Thats right,

The Atlanta Falcons Message Board!

Good thing I had a pullover on over my Panthers polo.

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you should have ripped off your shirt, screamed and walked out while slamming the door give him the finger too...well no thats taking it a bit far

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you wore a panthers polo to a job interview?

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don't wear team gear to an interview

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you should have ripped off your shirt, screamed and walked out while slamming the door give him the finger too...well no thats taking it a bit far

I should have called him a turd too.

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You wore a panthers polo to an interview?

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alright, hmmm, honey, help me out here, do i go with the affliction t shirt, the under armor polo, the ed hardy long sleeve, the panthers polo, or the butthole surfers t shirt

hmmm

hm

hmmmmmmm

god i gotta get this job oh god hmmmm

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you wore a panthers polo to an interview?

No I didnt actually wear a Panthers polo, it was Nautica polo. I said I had on a Panther polo just to add spice to the story.

I did have a white Panthers undershirt under my polo and pullover though.

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