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    Default If you found a body, would you take off of work?

    Would you take one or more days off?

    Edit: The body of a person that died of unnatural causes. Hell, my mom works at a nurses home and finds old ladies dead fairly often.
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    Is it a body of someone I know? Or just some random dead guy? When you say "body", you do mean a non-living body. right? I don't have a job so I can't take time off of work. I don't know why I'm here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KickHimWhenHe'sDown View Post
    Is it a body of someone I know? Or just some random dead guy? When you say "body", you do mean a non-living body. right? I don't have a job so I can't take time off of work. I don't know why I'm here.
    I don't have a job either, but since we're talking about a hypothetical body, I guess I can imagine a hypothetical job too... I think I would take off work, just as an excuse though. I mean who wouldn't want to call into work and be all like "yeah, Joe, I'm not coming in today...." and Joe'd be all "Why not ______?" "BECAUSE I JUST FOUND A BODY MOTHER FUCKER!"

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    Yes, of course. Which idiots said they'd rather work?
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    I once took two days off work because I ran out of milk for my cornflakes (I made up a different excuse though, obviously).

    Yeah, I'd take the day off.

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    If it was just some random body no I wouldn't take off of work. But If it was a body of someone I knew and I was close to then yeah I would take off of work.

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    I found the dog we adopted from my great aunt ran over flat in the street many years ago. That was rough.
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    What? No, I wouldn't take off work. Why would I take off work?
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    Kinda depends on the situation. The age of the deceased, state of the body. Like an elderly person who's physically still okay, it wouldn't effect me as much as a child who's... you know, not okay. I'd be very shocked with the latter, not sure how I'd respond to that.
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