What a person of Jamaican decent says when he is asked to stop standing around with his hands in his pockets and help some customers.
Boss: "Suphel" please stop standing around with your hands in your pockets and help some customers.
"Suphel": Calm down, calm down, no need for the hostility.
Boss: What? I'm not being hostile. I'm telling you to do what I pay you to do.
((a little later))
"Suphel" (in H.R. office): Dat man needs to calm down and stop the picking on me. I do my job.
Boss: "Suphel", what did I do to deserve being investigated?
"Suphel": Calm down, calm down. No need for the hostility, mahn.
Boss (exasperated): Fine, do whatever you want. But, so you know, reviews are coming up.
"Suphel": Calm down, calm down....
Prices shown in USD.
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