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Would You Rock These KPMG Kicks?


  1. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve decided that I’m not going to advertise someone else’s company for free. If KPMG pays me (like they paid Phil), I’d wear their ugly ass shoes. I work in the accounting department, not marketing. It’s not my job to help my employer do advertising. They don’t pay me for that.

    P.S. I even took the dealership’s shitty-looking license plate frame off my car. If they would’ve given me a couple thousand off of the MSRP, I would’ve agreed to do advertising for them.

  2. Not a big 4-er but they don’t actually look half bad! Though agreed, not wearing them publicly without added compensation

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