Stereotype - Tyler Wimble
<Tab/>In a suburb of London, a young worker named Tyler Wimble lives in a small two storied apartment building. He is a short man of twenty-five who wears thick glasses and earns a living by fixing electronic toilet seats in London. Each day, he wakes up at six to go to the office. There, he gets a short list of toilet seats to be fixed for the day. Most of his transportation is done by train, because London Plumbing can not afford to provide him with a car. He can not afford a personal car either. He ends up using half the day on the train reading advertisements above the lu…
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