I lost my wallet on a commercial repair job

My boss bought everyone a couple of new uniforms last week and I wore them all in the beginning of the wait.

When I finally wore the last clean shirt, I grabbed one of the older shirts from the back of the closet. I grabbed a faded pair of pants that would match. I knew the pants had a small hole in the pocket, but I still put my wallet in that pocket. It was safe and secure all morning and I used my wallet at lunch to buy a couple of tacos and a bean burrito. When I stopped to buy gas after work, my wallet was missing from my pocket. I checked all over the truck, but I could not find it anywhere. I started to panic when I thought about the credit cards, drivers license, and Social Security card in my wallet. I grabbed all of the repair tickets from the day and I started calling all of the customers. I called the bank, the grocery store and the fitness center, because I was servicing the air purifiers in those buildings. We rent air purifiers daily, weekly, or monthly. Nobody found the missing wallet, but they all promised to ask around. I had two residential air purifier service calls as well. Neither one of those people saw my wallet either. I suddenly remembered the last time I saw my card was at the taco chop. I decided to call them. Sure enough, someone found my wallet in the bathroom stall. It must have fallen out of my pocket. A kind and good person found it and gave it to the manager.

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