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I KEEL you weeth THEES.

Lucy Kellaway from the Financial Times recently started this agony-aunt column featuring some typical problems of interest to FT readers. I would think something pertinent like "what to do when the Viagra ain't working so good with your young mistress" would have been the first one she ran, but instead it was this rot, which I happened to read at 10:40 pm right before leaving the office for the first time in 48 hours:

I did not grow up wanting to be a lawyer, I just ended up there because I had good grades and was attracted to the big salary. I left everything in my early 30s and travelled the world for two years, but then I had to come back to law-related work to pay the mortgage. Now I'm in my late 30s and desperately want to do something meaningful. But I have obligations, have acquired a lifestyle. So I lack the courage to change completely, to give up the big salary, even though I know I could be much happier living another life...but how to get there?

PLS SHOOT YRSELF NOW & STOP BREATHING MY AIR K THX BYE.
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