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Top Ten Ways To Tell That You've Been Working At A Nuclear Power Plant Far Too Long
(submitted by El Booya)
You and your work buddies can only gather in groups of three or less. Four of you will reach critical mass, and it's not pretty.
(JDAii; Reactor Operator for Real)
Your right hand doesn't know what your left hand is doing. And they argue constantly about it.
You get a high-six for a job well done.
(what's happening to me?!)
You look back lovingly at your days as a Soviet coal miner.
Your belches have a half-life of 2 years.
"Get back in your tank, junior, before your gills dry out!"
(juparc chacar (email@example.com)
You light flourescent tubes at 20 paces.
When you sing to your child, it's become, "This little piggy goes to the market, this little piggy stayed home, this little piggy had roast beef, this little piggy had none, this little piggy sang in choir, this little piggy didn't, this little piggy danced the salsa, and this little piggy went 'Ay yi yi!' All the way home!"
Ever since you started your garden, you've been able to defend your home with a pack of watchcarrots.
You are banned from the electronics department at Sears because you make the TV's go all wobbly.
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