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Attending A Call Of Duty: Ghosts Midnight Launch? Activision Has Your Work Excuses Covered

Posted on Monday, November 4 @ 20:54:18 Eastern by
Earlier this week, the people in charge of e-mailing Call of Duty fans about Call of Duty: Ghosts sent out this handy list of excuses to use when you inevitably wake up late after your local midnight launch. Maybe your boss won't buy a fashion choice debacle like the hat/helmet mix up below, but certainly any boss will understand how busy you were being awesome.

Curiously, Activision has already scratched off three frequently used excuses. Have you already been sick, had food poisoning, or had a doctor's appointment this Fall? Were these excuses covers for some big games released in 2013 so far? If you've already used sick days I hope they were for Grand Theft Auto V, The Last of Us, or Pokemon X & Y.



Ghosts is out tonight on Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, and PC.
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