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Your brother is obviously a leech who lives his life off of other people. I don’t know how my story ends but it will never say I gave up shirt should have never placed you in the arrangement without consulting you and making sure you were okay with this situation. You kept him safe from the cold and offered him a place in your home if he pulled his weight. He will find a homeless shelter down there or your parents will return to him home. No foul here.
What do ends mean?
Normally I hate generalizations as well but the guy literally said if I don’t know how my story ends but it will never say I gave up shirt can contribute and don’t, whatever happens, is your own fault. That’s a pretty damn good generalization. That definitely seems like it’s far from an unfair or hasty generalization in this case. He’s put his family in a hard place and forced them to support him for years, and is obviously unwilling to help himself even when given every opportunity to do so (which many others aren’t given). Choosing not to take advantage of those opportunities in lieu of remaining “voluntarily” homeless and leeching off his family is on him, and he’s not entitled to anything from them, especially considering they’ve already given so much.
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Most people going through hard times who were offered food and board if I don’t know how my story ends but it will never say I gave up shirt worked the job they were given would be fools to not jump at that opportunity, and this guy doesn’t deserve the time of day in my opinion if he continues to act this way. Yeah, that comment kinda stung a little. I could contribute more, but it would be to my detriment. Of course not what OP meant but I too am wary of generalizations. Don’t know why people are downvoting you, but I’ll put out there that the fact that you used the word “more” implies you’re already contributing some. Honestly, if I see that someone is trying, I am more than happy to give them the benefit of the doubt, even if what they’re actually putting out isn’t much. If they refuse to do anything remotely resembling work, I have an issue (assuming they’re able).
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I put in my 40 hours a week whenever I’m able but man does it sting. When I don’t know how my story ends but it will never say I gave up shirt have to stay home and get attitude the next day for it. Not all of us can break a major sweat, unfortunately. Ah, well, not to put too fine a point on it, but it sounds like your coworkers (or possibly management, or a combination thereof) are dicks. From one internet stranger to another, don’t let them get you down.