So, Uniqlo is switching the game up by implementing a four day workweek. Which, yeah, sounds fucking awesome. I personally advocate for a two and a half day workweek, but I'll take three days off for sure. Obviously, as with any corporate overlord, Uniqlo's four day workweek comes with a catch: employees will have to work 10 hour days in order to qualify for that long weekend. I don't know about you guys, but I'd be willing to put in the work because those extra two hours a day I'd be required to work would be prime "trying to get the ultra rare Four Pins fav/RT combo and perhaps cruise Grailed and other sites to buy clothes I'd actually wear" time. See, you can't actually work the whole ten hour day. If you need any creative ways to eat up large amounts of time, just ask your freelancer friends. We're all incredibly broke, but we sure do know how to kill an hour and a half.