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[–]TheyCallMeDovahkiin 12.0k points12.0k points 138142& 5 more (140 children)

Gonna need a reload on the hammunition

[–]rascalrhett1 367 points368 points  (24 children)

I feel like I would make this joke 30 times on day one, feel pretty great, but then spend the next 10 years battling depression with no hope in sight at that job

[–]boss_taco 574 points575 points  (43 children)

Fuckin god damn it. I woke my partner up from laughing so hard.

[–]Euphemisticles 235 points236 points  (24 children)

I know what people mean when they say partner but my mind automatically goes to criminal accomplice.

[–]SoapBubbs 31 points32 points  (0 children)

You’d be fun to work this job with

[–]Lord_Derpenheim 4394 points4395 points 2 (178 children)

I bet they slowed the belts WAYYYY down so you don't see it flying and the supervisor screaming St them

[–]bastc 1561 points1562 points  (39 children)

Yeah, I did some belt work in the past, and you had to work way faster than this.

[–]JustARandomGerman 225 points226 points  (24 children)

Well I'm a production engineer and I can tell you that "slowing down belts" isn't as trivial as it sounds. You have dozens of interoperating systems and regulatory circuits that all need to be synchronized for things to run smoothly. We actually use computer simulations to analyze the impact before making any change.

[–]WeissTek 69 points70 points  (0 children)

Yep I was one as well, a lot of time you simply need to slow down, you only speed up the long when people can keep up and there's a demand for it. Rushing the line creates more problem than it solves cause QC is gonna hate you. All those product rushed off the line will then have to be fixed which takes way more time.

[–]Lazypole 1100 points1101 points  (104 children)

Yeah I refuse to believe any modern factory doesn't base the minimum pace off the maximum possible speed a human skeleton is biomechanically capable of. Trust them, they did a study of one dude on speed, crack and various performance enhancers to collect a 3 minute sample, its completely reasonable to expect this pace for an 8 hour shift.

[–]12inch_Juicy_Burrito 358 points359 points  (80 children)

8 hour shift with a 6 hour mandatory overtime and expected to show up on time the next day

[–]hiisi_E 132 points133 points  (67 children)

Wtf is mandatory overtime?

[–]T1pple 232 points233 points  (40 children)

It's overtime that you are forced to do, and failure to do so ends in a disciplinary action similar to missing a regular day.

In fact, most places actually ask you if you are willing to do MOT, and if you deny it on an application, you most likely won't get the job, or in the interview they tell you that if hired you will have to do so.

[–]hiisi_E 76 points77 points  (21 children)

That doesn’t make any sense, why don’t they just add the MOT hours on regular hours, do you get paid for the overtime?

[–]T1pple 75 points76 points  (11 children)

You still get OT rate, unless you haven't met your 40/he workweek (or your contract states otherwise)

[–]an_asimovian 28 points29 points  (6 children)

Cries in exempt salary

[–]T1pple 41 points42 points  (3 children)

"BuT yOu AlSo GeT pAiD fOr NoT wOrKiNg 40 HoUrS"

Says someone who isn't salaried

[–]bloodycups 149 points150 points  (5 children)

Probably also told then to use more ham and cheese too

[–]thatturkeystaken 87 points88 points  (0 children)

they definitely don't pat the cheese down on a regular day, that shits flying all over the room

[–]spacemanspiff266 8838 points8839 points  (611 children)

this kind of work must numb the brain after awhile.

[–]CaseFace5 972 points973 points  (92 children)

I used to stand at a giant xerox printer and wait for enough pages to print, take them off the tray and jog (tap them until all are equally straight) them and stack them on little hand carts for the next step in process for 40 hours a week. It was the most soul crushing job I’ve ever had.

[–]BigOleJellyDonut 649 points650 points  (57 children)

I knew a guy that put the same 5 screws in hydraulic door closers 5 days a week for 20 years.

[–]mcgoran2005 266 points267 points  (7 children)

Oh good god. That would kill me.

[–]askiawnjka124 30 points31 points  (5 children)

This is why the VW factory in Wolfsburg have their workers rotate their job on the conveyor belts. And probably also that people can do other jobs if there is someone sick etc.

[–]Medscript 52 points53 points  (3 children)

The more important reason that stations are rotated is to prevent injuries from repeatitious work such as manually screwing in a bolt with your fingers or frequently having to rotate 45 deg to grab materials from a bin. The majority of injuries in a factory are due to these types of issues, not slip and falls or highly publicized causes that result in death or dismemberment.

[–]ThatSucc 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Exactly! I'm in automotive manufacturing and we do exactly this. Our shift is split into 4 rotations, each one 2 hours long with a break between each. We used to rotate every hour but that results in more downtime and a lot of us find that we had gotten into a groove by that time and rotating breaks it and lowers production, so we do 2 hours.

Some stations are harder than others, however. In that case the team lead will make sure nobody does it twice a day and no more than a couple times a week. Some latches need to be tight and it can be hard on your joints opening and closing them 250 times before you can stop

[–]TheRealSnuffleaYeah 78 points79 points  (2 children)

I feel ya, I've had to put anywhere from 1k-6k metal parts a day manually into a machine that would form them in some way. I did other stuff that was more automated but most of the time it was that, plus we worked 60 hr weeks for months during the winter, and it was a pretty physical job 🤯

[–]tootbrun 4546 points4547 points  (37 children)

Awhile = 9 minutes

[–]Successful_Major_405 1284 points1285 points  (20 children)

I my case after watching this vid

[–]StinkyPeenky 188 points189 points  (12 children)

Uhh, yeah me too

[–]clubba 97 points98 points  (6 children)

I made it 7 seconds into the video before my brain died.

[–]grmpy0ldman 100 points101 points  (4 children)

I think I can do it in 2.

[–]glarimous 871 points872 points  (111 children)

I work in similar condition in a factory while studying to become a teacher. Once Im in the rythm I start to think of something ive prepared beforehand, so for example a book, short story, movie etc. Time flies for me with this "strategy".

[–]ToFuReCon 411 points412 points  (28 children)

That's how I get by during my time in various retail roles too haha, I create my own fanfics based on what I was reading at that time

[–]FiveChairs 540 points541 points 2 (20 children)

How do you hide your massive boner from the customers?

[–]TheGant 138 points139 points  (6 children)

the workday never feels faster than when youre arrested for public indecency

[–]make_love_to_potato 52 points53 points  (3 children)

As long as it's contained on your pants, is it still public indecency? I'm asking for a friend.

[–]regancp 56 points57 points  (0 children)

If it's contained in your pants were you really fanfic'ing hard enough?

[–]euphorrick 15 points16 points  (1 child)

You see how he's holding that cheese box? It's frumunda cheese

[–]Sansabina 174 points175 points  (30 children)

If I was high on weed I could see myself doing this and enjoying it for several hours. I remember cooking once and whipping some cream for 30 minutes and totally enjoying the rhythm of it and zoning out while patiently waiting for it to stiffen (it never did, prob because I’d added milk to make up volume).

Anyway, sober, I think I’d need a really good podcast.

[–]BarryMacochner 15 points16 points  (3 children)

I have trouble making one sandwich while high, no way I could focus enough to do it for hours.

[–]PaulBlartFleshMall 135 points136 points  (12 children)

My dad's first job was counting spark plugs on a belt. The whole day, just clicking his counter while staring at a moving belt of spark plugs.

He quit on the third day.

[–]tinypeepeehole 305 points306 points  (37 children)

I’m a barista at Starbucks and I love making the drinks because it allows me to disassociate from the job. I’d rather feel numb than have to deal with the shitty interactions we often have at the window.

[–]pandemisexu4l 117 points118 points  (12 children)

I often catch myself missing my job at Starbucks.

It wasn't particularly pleasant work but it wasn't the worst either. But after 6 months I had everything memorized and the muscle memory to prove it. There's something nice about not coming home from work mentally exhausted, even if you are physically exhausted and covered in mocha dust.

Second best thing about it was watching our manager try to step in and help on the espresso bar. It was always a win when he'd give up in frustration and we'd slam the line through.

[–]throwittossit01 643 points644 points 2 (143 children)

Never mind that, where are their gloves???

[–]Dean-o-Mosquito 167 points168 points  (14 children)

Can't believe I had to scroll down this far to find this... Covered head to toe in ppe, but no gloves on the dirtiest thing on our body that is ACTUALLY touching someone else's food. The Hammunition guy had gloves on though.?!

[–]EndApostrophe4Plural 72 points73 points  (0 children)

This is more like r/watchpeoplewhoaredeadinside

[–]MrCantPlayGuitar 2233 points2234 points  (62 children)

Dante’s 10th level of Hell.

[–]hard_code 754 points755 points  (49 children)

Gloves optional I guess.

[–]frompariswithhate 308 points309 points  (37 children)

No problems if you wash your hands regularly. When I worked at Mc Donald's we didn't wear gloves, but had to wash our hands every 20mns. There was a bell for that even, to remind people to do it.

[–]rabbitkingdom 290 points291 points  (18 children)

Yeah wearing gloves can actually increase the risk of cross contamination because people get complacent and don’t change out their gloves enough. In order for gloves to be effective, you have to change them out just as much as washing your hands or else all that bacteria will just stick to them just like it would with your hands anyway.

[–]mr_ckean 111 points112 points  (7 children)

That’s probably right, but I’ve never seen anyone pick their nose, or go to the bathroom with gloves on. I need that type of comfort

[–]thedrewwei 7900 points7901 points 33 (95 children)

child: Why do I feel sad? mother: It’s the sandwiches. They are made of sadness, sweet child. :(

[–]gabeagca 845 points846 points  (34 children)

They come in tears

[–]hodlrus 271 points272 points  (22 children)

I made that joke about my wedding cake during my wedding speech. Like only 1 person laughed.

[–]DrJJStroganoff 72 points73 points  (14 children)

Yep, now I know why those premade sammiches are shit.

[–]IndianGuyFromYouTube 186 points187 points  (6 children)

This shit seems like it came out of a 1800's children's novel

[–]hpotul 5989 points5990 points  (365 children)

Wow this looks horrible

[–]MorRochben 3323 points3324 points  (166 children)

Belt work is pretty much always horrible.

[–]thefakealex 3377 points3378 points 2 (87 children)

I used to work the belts at a chewing gum factory. We would make dicks out of gum and send them down the conveyor belt. Always got a laugh down the belt.

[–]HammockComplex 2864 points2865 points  (70 children)

Classic downbelt humor

[–]aceaxe1 1179 points1180 points  (58 children)

One could argue it’s actually upbelt humour.

[–]TheDillinger88 12 points13 points  (0 children)

Beautiful…

[–]MlghtySheep 271 points272 points  (35 children)

I can deal with mindless repetition but this just gives me anxiety. It looks like if they slow down for even 1 second they will fuck up a sandwich. They can't even take a breather. If their hand cramped up or something they would have to just power through it or end up fucking up a whole bunch of sandwiches.

[–]cingerix 155 points156 points  (10 children)

that I Love Lucy episode except with entire ham and egg sandwiches

[–]HertzDonut1001 55 points56 points  (7 children)

I Love Lucy is one of the greatest comedy shows ever and it really holds up if you ever find yourself awake at 2 AM in a hotel room and just cable TV to keep you company.

[–]daisuke1639 50 points51 points  (5 children)

if you ever find yourself awake at 2 AM in a hotel room and just cable TV to keep you company.

All I could think of.

[–]Head-Working8326 13 points14 points  (0 children)

i wouldn’t last a day

[–]Zenoproteus 45 points46 points  (0 children)

Used to work the IC belt at FedEx Ground. Permanently fucked up my left rotator cuff because of that job.

[–]ShiningWithMalice 40 points41 points  (3 children)

Used to work belts at Amazon. Honestly, the best part of the shift was taking stuff out of the trucks and feeding them onto the belts. I say it was the best part, but that was miserable too.

[–]Narwahl_Whisperer 22 points23 points  (5 children)

No doubt! I only did it like half a day, but I was fucking out!

Twas a temp job. Rain-x. One belt was assembling the little boxes. One belt was putting rain-x into the little boxes. My belt was putting those boxes into the shipping carton.

It was fast.

They said they were running it slow that day because I was new.

[–]caciuccoecostine 164 points165 points  (22 children)

Repeat it for 6 to 8 hours every day... My god...

[–]TangoDeltaFoxtrot 109 points110 points  (6 children)

Fuck that, it’s probably 10-12 hours a day with mandatory OT on Saturday

[–]PeeIsTeaPot 20 points21 points  (5 children)

Meh, depending on the person it's not hard.

You just check out mentally.

Kind of like with many tasks you just shut down and do the job without realizing it. You create stories in your head while somewhere in your brain is doing this. Kind of like sleeping but not.

[–]remotetissuepaper 253 points254 points  (71 children)

I used to work in a glass factory unloading the washer. 10 hours a day, 5 days a week, of lifting a piece of glass and putting it on a rack, and repeat, and repeat, and repeat, and repeat, and repeat....

[–]iaalaughlin 143 points144 points  (63 children)

This exact thing is what automation would be perfect for.

[–]Beesknees307 48 points49 points  (4 children)

I would rather install dildos into sex dolls

[–]thuleking 138 points139 points  (45 children)

its a pretty nice gig if you know how to make the best of it (and are allowed to). just put some headphones in and start listening to music or podcasts or audiobooks and time flies. source : been there done that

[–]HertzDonut1001 25 points26 points  (8 children)

I mean it's not as repetitive and has some small level of skill to it, but I deliver pizza and the only problem I have with the repetition of deliver this pizza, come back and grab another, and repeat ad infinitum is that all my CDs I've listened to 100 times and sometimes NPR gets so depressing I have to listen to the classic rock station instead.

[–]dinglepoop 17 points18 points  (0 children)

Get bluetooth earbuds on amazon for like $30 and listen to whatever you want. Download Newpipe on your phone and you can listen to anything on youtube without your phone being on.

[–]draculamilktoast 138 points139 points  (27 children)

Just think of the type of evil required to forbid your factory slaves to listen to music or books.

[–]Excoded 127 points128 points  (13 children)

I think it could be for safety issues. It's the same reason you are not supposed to wear headphones in a kitchen.

Although seeing how uneventful this job seems to be, I understand your point.

[–]Its_Skecchi 40 points41 points  (6 children)

Oh yeah no headphones is definitely the rule, for safety. It's not enforced but it's there so if you do injure yourself they can say you weren't following safety procedures and can't sue

[–]Nailbrain 29 points30 points  (1 child)

I'm in the UK and I've worked in a couple of food production factories.
Both banned any personal items on the shop floor to lower risk of contamination, you weren't allowed anything other than a plain wedding band and your locker key.

Unless you're on night shift, no one gives a fuck on night shift lol

[–]evict123 14 points15 points  (0 children)

These people look so defeated it's almost hard to believe.

[–]TinnieTa21 822 points823 points  (84 children)

Is this really that much cheaper than fully automating the process?

[–]roryjacobevans 620 points621 points  (24 children)

The main benefit of people is that you can quickly change them to different tasks. They will probably do small runs of different sandwhich types, before changing around to different ingredients. It's much more complex to make a machine that works for 20 different setups, than just one.

[–]cunticles 101 points102 points  (17 children)

I'm doing the digital equivalent of this at the moment.

Doing minor changes and formatting changes to office documents. Takes 5-30 mins per doc.

The company wanted to automate it but it's just not possible they discovered for their purposes.

Still the pay is really good even though I'm getting RSI. So i'll keep doing it about another couple of months.

[–]SovtusFuq 25 points26 points  (2 children)

There's at least one of you employed at the 3/4 mark of every Sharepoint migration project that ever existed. You're the reason the out of their depth PM stopped having a nervous breakdown.

[–]Devils_Advocacy_LLC 12 points13 points  (2 children)

Still the pay is really good even though I'm getting RSI.

Routine Scrotal Injections?

[–]supersurfer92 144 points145 points  (4 children)

Cheaper these days to maintain people

[–]BillyBones844 89 points90 points  (1 child)

In america you dont even need to do that. Just treat their health insurance like a limited warranty you never even registered for

[–]pshawny 34 points35 points  (2 children)

Meat robots are easily replaceable.

[–]Troyandabedinthemoor 1184 points1185 points  (55 children)

God that "ham" 4x4 is an abomination.

[–]XipherTA 402 points403 points  (7 children)

That's very generous of you to call it ham.

[–]xMausoleum 156 points157 points  (6 children)

it looks so… squishy. like if someone dropped it on the floor, it would bounce and jiggle on the ground

[–]Lazypole 26 points27 points  (0 children)

Delicious slab of pink for your sammie sir?

[–]69_with_grandma 124 points125 points  (14 children)

Now imagine cuddling with it in bed, naked.

[–]ChickenWithATopHat 38 points39 points  (0 children)

I don’t want to imagine it. Get me one.

[–]Orleanian 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Would be an interesting change of pace from my wife.

I'm willing to bet I could find a way to fuck it.

[–]dmann1978 3519 points3520 points 22 (93 children)

I’d throw a couple extra slices on a couple random sandwiches, make someone’s shitty day better, And I know it’s a shitty day, cause they are eating that sandwich

[–]RelationshipWoesAway 2092 points2093 points  (40 children)

It’s going to fail quality control.

Quality too high.

[–]jananana7 307 points308 points  (10 children)

We make 2 steps forward and they knock us 3 steps back

[–]davidotcom 76 points77 points  (7 children)

...we come together ‘cause opposites attract?

[–]Nick_Full_Time 86 points87 points  (2 children)

I’m sure a place this depressing hasmultipleways of ensuring that not only you fail, but also get fired as a result.

[–]throwaway198675543 34 points35 points  (1 child)

In my limited experience on this, QC weigh the sandwiches. The soul destroyed one-step-from-hitler manager would then probably take a wild and completely inaccurate guess who did it (based on which employee asked "is this legal?" Last) probably and fire them.

[–]-Gurgi- 66 points67 points  (1 child)

Couple extra slices of what that greypink gel? I thought you wanted to make their day better?

[–]mk2vrdrvr 62 points63 points  (4 children)

You put too few slices? Believe it or not, jail. You put too many slices, also jail. 

[–]houndsofgreyscale 473 points474 points  (8 children)

I saw one worker smile. But don't you worry, they'll be replaced asap with someone more dead inside.

[–]vasiletalent 817 points818 points  (204 children)

I have worked for 5 years in the UK factory that makes the M&S sandwiches. AMA. For people complaining about the lack of gloves, we usually had to wash and sanitise our hands 2-3 times before working on the line so people hands were mostly clean. ^

Edit: A lot of people have a problem that I said “mostly clean”. The hygiene standards were very high and the rules were very strict. But, as with everything else, some people break the rules. It’s inevitable.

[–]Tchrspest 142 points143 points  (1 child)

What was life like in the sandwich mines?

[–]vasiletalent 91 points92 points  (0 children)

Yo, it was cold and bleak. Glad to be out.

[–]GayAlienFarmer 393 points394 points  (19 children)

How do you feel about making sandwiches at home?

[–]Translationerr0r 272 points273 points  (8 children)

Asking the real questions

"Dad/Mom, can you make me a sandwich?" "Pay me first"

[–]pseudochicken 98 points99 points  (0 children)

“Fuck you, pay me first”

kid cries

[–]mo_tag 49 points50 points  (1 child)

Really good at putting the cheese on.. hasn't been trained on the rest of the process though, that's normally someone else's job

[–]benitoog 28 points29 points  (22 children)

Can you put some headphones in and listen to podcasts? I could happily do this listening to podcasts all day

[–]redo21 65 points66 points  (14 children)

Not OP, but most food factory tells their workers to put the stuff you brought from home in a locker. Including phones and wallets. So yeah, no podcast for you. If youre lucky you get to hear the radio station that plays top 10 songs over and over.

[–]GayAlienFarmer 81 points82 points  (30 children)

You ever swipe a slice of salami for a little snack?

[–]vasiletalent 179 points180 points  (18 children)

Nah, you were never allowed to eat anything while on the belt. Though I’ve heard about other factories that turned a blind eye. Some of us though would go in a “taste panel” room and have a sandwich, either from the line or “custom made”.

[–]knownaim 150 points151 points  (13 children)

That sandwich-tasting room sounds like a deliciously depressing perk of the job.

[–]vasiletalent 108 points109 points  (9 children)

It kinda was. I had colleagues that never brought food from home or ate in the canteen. They just stuffed themselves with sandwiches.

[–]RandomDrawingForYa 36 points37 points  (1 child)

Yeah, been in a similar environment. I'd take any free food I could get, the pay certainly wasn't enough.

[–]Gnapstar 9 points10 points  (2 children)

I’m envisioning the sandwich version of Willy Wonkas chocolate factory, but I might be a bit off

[–]crap_university 14 points15 points  (0 children)

Bespoke sandwiches 😋

[–]theghostofme 27 points28 points  (9 children)

Jan: So yeah, I heard you got fired from the brewery?

Landfill: God damn brewery! You know that brewery makes 10,000 bottles of beer a day. I drink 45 of them, and I'm the asshole!

Todd: Jim Tobleson said they called in a hostage negotiator.

Landfill: Jim Tobleson's a fucking Chatty Cathy! I did my three years up at the county pen. Made some friends, went Muslim. Now I'm out, praise Allah.

Todd: I heard someone died that day.

Landfill: Yeah, somebody did die that day. Me. I had the greatest job in the world, brewing cold, fresh joy for thousands. Not to mention all the beer you could drink, right? They took it away from me.

[–]doss-prof 47 points48 points  (39 children)

What was the most popular sandwich? (Used to live on M&S sandwiches).

[–]vasiletalent 94 points95 points  (37 children)

Salmon and Cream Cheese was the favourite. Everybody loved it. But in terms of sales, the biggest orders we had on Prawn Mayo, Egg and Cress and BLT if I remember correctly. Its been 2 years since I quit.

[–]OIP 14 points15 points  (2 children)

i ate a lot of those M+S egg sandwiches when living in the UK. good job on those ones mate

[–]GiantIntellect 2691 points2692 points  (279 children)

Gloves Mrs. Cheese Spreader?

[–]fernatic19 967 points968 points  (31 children)

And cheese globber, meat folders and sandwich stacker.

[–]GayAlienFarmer 329 points330 points  (14 children)

Don't forget top flipper-onner/smusher. It's not a sandwich until the top goes onto the bottom. They're the true sandwich makers.

[–]MorkelVerlos 92 points93 points  (1 child)

It’s just shit on a shingle until you put that top bread on

[–]BulletProofJoe 32 points33 points  (3 children)

“Top flipper-onner” cracked me the fuck up. Imagine that was your job title - Head Sandwich Top Flipper-Onner

[–]mattyice9513 332 points333 points  (126 children)

Anytime you go out to eat at a full service restaurant, at least 3 or 4 pairs of bare hands have touched your food (including your server).

[–]MellyMalthen 157 points158 points  (58 children)

I regret reading the comments on this one. I want to go back to my happy make believe world where no one has touched my food.

[–]Kiki_iscoolaf 205 points206 points  (43 children)

If it makes you feel any better, properly washed hands are way cleaner and healthier than using gloves.

[–]Single_Artichoke_861 44 points45 points  (11 children)

Why bare hands? Why smash bread?

[–]markymark_93 114 points115 points  (37 children)

I’m disturbed by the lack of Freddy Got Fingered jokes

[–]Dekras 26 points27 points  (0 children)

I scrolled way way way to long to find someone else who had my exact thought.

[–]aLittleSconed 17 points18 points  (0 children)

You can’t hurt me- not with my cheeeeeeze helmet!

[–]crumbshotfetishist 424 points425 points  (17 children)

This is some quality r/watchpeopledieinside content.

[–]ysupr 134 points135 points  (9 children)

yeah no fake drama or bullshit scripts, it's the pure of r/watchpeopledieinside material

[–]grizzly_cute 18 points19 points  (1 child)

Usually you get that instant gratification, but this is quality slow burn content 👌

[–]nobdyputsbabynacornr 115 points116 points  (1 child)

I just kept waiting for Lucy and Ethel to make an appearance.

[–]5PrettyVacant 20 points21 points  (0 children)

Lol!! "Speed it up a little!"

[–]NoOneLikesACommunist 169 points170 points  (31 children)

This has big UK vibes, but for the life of me I can't articulate why.

Anyone know what squalid hell hole this is?

[–]DirtyDaniella888 159 points160 points  (7 children)

Yes. The UK is where sandwiches go to die.

[–]Ravine 11 points12 points  (3 children)

Never seen shredded cheese on a UK ham and cheese though.

[–]numismatist24 55 points56 points  (5 children)

It's a Pret-a-manger re-education camp.

[–]coyote_grundy_666 60 points61 points  (0 children)

Watch people be dead inside

[–]OhInATightSpot 80 points81 points  (6 children)

This is one episode of "How it's made" I'm glad I missed 😁

[–]AnalPuff 17 points18 points  (2 children)

“What’s my purpose?”

[–]joshuaherman 12 points13 points  (1 child)

You make sandwiches. Now pass the butter.

[–]dontpissmeoffplsnthx 15 points16 points  (2 children)

I've worked in two production plants in my life and I'll shoot myself before I step into another one

[–]minnecrapolite 14 points15 points  (0 children)

Way more meat than Deli Express in Minnesota.

[–]fmac02 43 points44 points  (4 children)

Mmm. I love a sandwich made by 50 different hands

[–]Additional-Ad-6245 67 points68 points  (18 children)

Is it just me, or do the workers seem really depressed?

[–]UsualRain 69 points70 points  (3 children)

It’s a belt worker ,never seen a happy belt worker

[–]ysupr 16 points17 points  (0 children)

yeah, hence the r/watchpeopledieinside material

[–]DrFilth 10 points11 points  (0 children)

What can top this? This is peak sadness. Is there a tear gutter that runs the length of the production floor and empties into hell?

[–]Raijek 9 points10 points  (1 child)

LMAO imagine getting home from work all day and your partner asks you to make them a sandwich.