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Urgh! Dentists!

I offically hate my teeth! They cost me WAY TOO MUCH! Starting with my loosing half of each of my next three lunch breaks just so I wouldn't loose pay for going to the dentist in the first place! Unimpressed! And now I have to go back next month because two teeth look like they "might need fillings in the future - so we'll do them as soon as possible to be safe".... I SWEAR they wouldn't be doing that if I was still getting free dental!

And I think Gemma's gone off the job at my office already - I did warn her it was gonna be meanial stuff, but I guess she didn't bank on it being THAT repetative. Hopefully she'll change her mind this time next week when things start to get busy again. I like having her there for a start, and I really need the help when it's busy. Plus, if she packs it in, I'm gonna look really bad infront of Glenn.

Guess I've had a pretty shitty day actually. I was still jittery after being at the dentist and hit the curb calling into the Spar shop - hit it REALLY hard and I have a horrible feeling I'll have a flat tyre in the morning. Looks ok now... but that's just the way today's gone, so I wouldn't be suprised at all.

Actually - I feel really fed up!

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