My last panic attack happened over 6 years ago. I was employed at a local convenience store during tourist season. It was a weekend, and the cooling system was not working, even the A/C. We had to pack all our beer and sodas in an iced down cooler. This was summer, mind you. The time of year it gets to be 90 degrees or more, so it wasn't pleasant season. The store started with people, and there were even more outside. The counter space was minimal, and very cramped. My thoughts started racing, and my heart felt like it was jumping out of my chest. One of the customers was in a hurry to pay for his ful and leave, and I became agitated. Asking him which pump he was on, and trying to be attentive. In his agitated state, he became very rude. Saying " there are plenty of cars out there, find the one with nobody filling gas" I was taken aback, and replied. "Excuse me sir, you don't have to talk to me like that." To the asistant manager it was intepreted that I basically said it in the tone of "Fuck you" I stepped outside and apologized for me actions. This was a full blown panic attack, because I am pretty claustrophobic already. After my shift was over, I went home. I had lost my job, and that was it. Because of that one instance, I am not qualified to ever work for that company again. Anyway, I learned a valuable lesson that day
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