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Do Stacys assert their dominance when another Stacy comes along?

I was, in short, bullied at work by a Stacy. That Stacy was the prettiest, best-dressed girl who goes to the best college in my state...until today.

Yesterday we got a new girl. Well, technically she started working back in October, but she's a full time student so her hours are miniscule(per her request). Yester was the first time the two crossed paths.

Physically speaking, Stacy is the better looking one, but New Girl has the 'I don't know Im beautiful ' air about her. She wore no makeup, had her long hair tied back in a low ponytail, super quiet, no gossip, no drama, wore rubber gloves so she could do dirty work even with manicure nails. Aka, in total 'productive employee' mode. We all made acquaintance. She was quiet, chill, and an anime fangirl. She's studying for her Master's degree at the best tech university in our city. She's also a party-goer. She mentioned how she decided to leave her New Year's party early at 1AM so she could get enough sleep for work the next day(yesterday), and show us pics. She seemed social outside of work and got tons of friends.

The next day, Stacy came to work in trendy Holister cloths(she also works at Holister) and her long wavy hair down even though it could easily get caught in sauces during catering. She's not even wearing our work uniform. I couldn't believe the coincidence. Like, it's one of those moments when you read it in a YA novel and be like "ha! This cliche would never happen in real life", but then it happened in real life.

I'm not making this up. I don't think anyone is as aware of this as me(I'm so pink-pilled bc I've been browsing this subreddit during work for the past 2 weeks), but I swear I'm not reaching here. Though in a way it makes sense bc Stacy is 19 and still got that High school mentality. New Girl is 24, got a corporate internship, grad school, AND this. She's blissfully oblivious and probably doesn't give a shit anyway.

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