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One-Liner Wednesday – True Story

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That moment when you buy an electric toothbrush and the cashier says, “The box might have a sticker on it so if the alarm beeps when you go out, don’t worry about it,” so you walk out of the store and the alarm beeps and you look back and wave and smile at the cashier and keep walking.

It’s more freeing than you’d think. Or maybe it’s just because it doesn’t take much to excite me…


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  7. There are many a front line worker, who, in spite of the technology, tools, job description, warnings from corporate, will just engage in TRUE customer service, and back it up, too, risking themselves (being fired) – That, to me, is the True Story of what shows up to ‘keep the promises’ made by visionaries, dreamers and marketing gurus –
    Me? My heart and loyalties lie with the True Story entities that are the unsung heroes of our daily lives! 😀 ❤

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  11. Oh! I do understand that feeling 💜💜

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  14. I always think I’m still going to be stopped by security when the happens! 😦🤣

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  15. It’s good to look for small things that lift your day. My luck, an over zealous security guard would tackle me in the parking lot.

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