The Steps of Being Left Behind

This week’s Dustinland pretty much says it all: it sucks getting left behind. Even when you like the person and are genuinely happy for them, and even when you’re relatively happy in your current position, there’s almost always that nagging feeling in the back of your head saying, “Well, what about me?” It’s like being a little kid again. The kid next to you gets a cookie, then suddenly you want a cookie too, and all of a sudden you’re crying. Sadly, this tactic fails to work after about 2nd grade. Otherwise I’d be crying up a storm in the office.

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2 responses to “The Steps of Being Left Behind

  1. McPickle O'Picks

    There’s no money in cucumbers. Pickles is the ticket outta here.

  2. Wait, who’s leaving? Do I know them?

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