I woke up this morning with a pretty intense headache. It was too late to bother calling in, so I threw some clothes on and made it to work at preload this morning. I told my supervisor I had a migraine and it had me feeling pretty down in the dirt and that I wanted to leave if we had a few extras. When he told me I could leave, I was intercepted by the preload supervisor who started interrogating me on why I didn't feel well. I explained everything to him and he turned me around and put me back in the sort aisle. About thirty minutes later, they call me to come with them. They take me to their office and start asking me if I drove to work this morning, what kind of prescriptions pills I have, etc. I explained that I had no prescriptions and had taken nothing. So they pop "Well, your pupils are dilated" at me. I checked, and they were a bit bigger than normal, but I'm not sure dilated was the word. As soon as they tell me that, I see where this is starting to go. I protest that I told them I didn't feel good and had a migraine and that I was sober - that I would never even THINK about coming into work if I was under the influence of anything. I've been the hazmat responder and one of the better employees when it comes to safety (4 years in preload). They tell me I have to take a drug test because I look like I came to work high. They told me they became suspicious of me because of my slow movements and actions and that I was "being suspicious". I usually try to be the life of the party when I go to work on preload, so I guess my silence this morning made them suspicious? The issue is, I've been around and even smoked a little weed about a week ago. They technically didn't strong arm me into resigning. They instead worded it as "If you take this test and fail, every job you apply to will see that you were fired for drugs". Even though I was not high at work this morning, I chose to resign to avoid any long term consequences on the change it DID come back positive. I was told if it came back positive with anything, I'd be immediately terminated and future employers would see I was terminated for a drug offense. Do I have ANY options at all? If UPS doesn't want me, I can find something else, but I legitimately feel like I was wronged. To be sat down in an office and asked why I'm high when I know for a fact I've done nothing other than a joint over a week ago. I get that I shouldn't have touched the joint in the first place. But the reason for the original test was bull.