We're also wearing 3 layers of clothing, one layer thicker than it should be for this time of year that they never apparently account for. It's hard to stay out there for 15 minutes in that without sweating bullets. And an hour you're drenched in it and aren't allowed to change it unless you've bought another uniform. It's wonderful in winter, and I still wish it was. But sadly, it's not, and all 3 of those layers are mandatory to wear when you are outside since two are part of your uniform that you can't alter in any way and a vest that only make light flash into your eyes sometimes. And on top of those four hours I ended up helping out a number of times anyways because one person outside wasn't enough for most of the day with how busy it was despite how it was hotter than hell. And it was always me since most of the people on staff that do this either went home sick, were already useless outside, or were new hires. Probably added up to most of my full shift. Didn't add that since it wasn't really for long each time. It just happened a lot more than it should have.
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on Sat Jun 29, 2013 1:38 am, edited 1 time in total.
"Cogito, ergo es eggo." A.K.A. "I think, therefore you are a waffle."