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VIDEO: The grandma that keeps dying

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You've probably all done it. Well, we have anyway.

When you're faced with a day at work that you just can't bear and your fake migraine stories have started to become absurd, you're pretty much forced into bringing your poor grandparents into it.

Yes, there's been another accident/funeral/funeral accident and it means you won't be able to make it for that 6 hour meeting you were supposed to be presenting.

Taking this guilty lie and running with it, Argentinian job search website Zonajobs released this genius advert which imagines what would happen if your stories were real.

Planning on doing it again? Yeah, didn't think so.

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