The factory worker by Matthew Best
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One day in a city named Bucket City there lived a guy who worked at a sock factory. His name was Jeff. He hated his job but that was the only job he could find that would accept someone like him. He also had a terrible boss who didn’t even pay him in minimum wages, but instead he payed him in socks.
Jeff also lived on his own in a small house and could normally only afford to eat cupped noodles every night. The way he got money to buy cupped noodles was usually by selling some of the socks he earned.
He made the curtains and blanket on his bed all out of the socks he earned. He even made some of his own clothes out of spare socks. The socks weren’t clean either. They were usually sweaty, dirty, and used. He couldn’t wash the socks either because he couldn’t even afford to buy a washing machine.
One day Jeff had a discussion with the other co-workers in the factory and talked about the payment issue and what they were going to do about it. “Let’s wedgie the boss till he begs us for mercy.” Jerold said. Then Jeff had a better idea. “Bring me all the socks that were made this month and also bring me the boss.”
A few minutes later all of the other workers came out of the room with a mountain of socks and the boss tied up in one of the office chairs. “Turn on the incinerator please.” Jeff said with a smirk on his face. “WHAT ARE YOU DOING?!?!” The boss screamed. “Raise our salary and pay us with actual cash or all of those socks go into the incinerator!”
The boss then finally gave in and raised their salary. The boss also started being nicer to the factory workers and they ended up being good friends. Every Friday after a long week of working Jeff, the boss, and the other workers went out to fancy restaurants instead of eating cupped noodles. (Jeff could then actually afford a washing machine aswell. THE END.
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