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Celery is Under the Left Rear Tire
A secret code which would notify the HTBC (if it existed, which it doesn't) that a Qmember had finally snapped and done in a cow-orker, authority figure, etc. The non-existent HTBC would then dispose of the evidence. Not that it has ever done so. See also: Cow-Orker, HTBC.
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photoThe stress making you reach for a cigarette is the withdrawal pangs that begin the moment you put one out, NOT your life or circumstances. Quitting actually LESSENS your stress.
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