And it's ****ing disorienting. I work at a grocery store's deli, slicing meat and cheese all day. Cleaning everything all day. Putting disgusting food in containers. Saying thank you when I don't feel thankful, and saying sorry when I'm not sorry. Waiting on b@#^%&$ who need some d!%$ and come to the store to get their frustrations out. And asian dudes who want their cheese CUBED. Idiots who come asking about produce and spices to the deli... Et Cetera. So at one time, I felt my hair itched my eye, so I scratched it, and moved my hair away. Couple hours later I felt my eye a little weird so checked it out and was kinda droopy. I got home and put some antihistamine in it (visine) and went to sleep. Next day, I couldn't open the ****ing eye. P.S: Don't buy foods that are manipulated by humans at the grocery store, e.g, cut out fruit, sliced meat and cheese, salads, meat... Unless it's boiling when they give it to you. The salads that we put out on display, run out in about 2 to 3 days, which means that they will last about 2 to 3 days more... Glove wearing is enforced, but even though we use gloves to manipulate everything, they are so feeble (can't find a common word) that they tear when we mix the salads and print stickers to put on cheese and meat bags... Sometimes when I go put the meat in the slicer, there are like 4 flies chilling in the slicer and run away when I come with the meat. I try to wipe the tables and slicers often, but customers keep coming and it's impossible to maintain everything spotless all the time. I don't eat anything from there, or anywhere really... Not anymore. Ignorance is bliss.