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Old Oct 9, 16, 6:38 pm
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atword
 
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I understand the irritant and enjoy the nuts myself. But I work with someone that has a peanut allergy and it's a serious matter. I also have a non life threatening food allergy. Sorry for the inconvenience OP. Some of us with food allergies have a bad day once In a while, like anyone, and get tired of explaining repeatedly.

Most on this thread would stick up for themselves. Why is the person with an allergy not allowed to do so?
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