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"With the bump in salary comes a lot more responsibility and my choice of three new stress related illnesses."
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'I didn't get the salary increase, but I've been moved one parking space closer to the entrance.'
'Money won't make you happy, Waldron, so instead of a raise, I'm giving you prozac.'
Massive hike in CEO pay.
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"Make yourself comfortable so that we can discuss your raise."
It had taken nine months, but Jim was finally ready to go back into his boss's office and claim his raise.
'How did the staff take the news that you gave yourself another rise?'
"I never ask for a raise any more. I just hack into the boss's computer and give myself one."
"For the first year, you get a cost-of-living raise every three months. Then, you hit the donut hole."
"I was thinking of giving you a raise, Caldron. But, then I decided I think too much."
'Sorry Bob, but I don't have the authority to give you a raise. I'm only your boss' dog.'
"I can live on my salary. Why can't you?"
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"I'm glad you like your starting salary, Bradford. You'll be getting it for a long, long time."
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"I can't give you a raise, but how 'bout a shout-out on Yelp?"
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'Henry - are you still complaining about Justin Bieber, or are you watching the president's tour?'
'Instead of raising the minimum wage, we should lower to $4.00 an hour and create more jobs. Plus, low wages would encourage car pooling.'
1863: The president calls for raising the minimum wage for slaves from $0.00/hour to something/hour.
'Does that mean I don't get the raise?'
'I appreciate the new title, Mr Boyle, but what I could really use is a raise.'
"Who gave you permission to ask for a raise?"
"I let you work 70 hours a week but why should I give you a raise? You don't have enough free time to spend the money anyway!"
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"We demand an extra 12%."
"You're the first in the company to get a raise!"
"I knew there would be a catch."
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