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2008-06-23 01:19:17 AM  
My least favorite one is the one that never calls you back when you need them for something (that is specifically part of their job description). The moment they need something from you, however and they are all over you like white on rice.
 
2008-06-23 01:21:07 AM  
Quantumbunny: geetus: FattyDaddy

Link (link pop)


Jesus H. Christ!! $212??? I can find much MUCH cheaper ways to annoy my boss. Hell, for $10, you can get a remote controlled fart machine, which is WAY more entertaining.

Wow... that is an awful lot of money for 3 dollars in random electronics parts from radio shack. I mean crap, if I cared, I would make my own, not pay 75 times markup for a simple beeping circuit.


I think that's an error. It's $9.99 at Thinkgeek. I have it and it's glorious. Set that bad boy up and your victim will think he's going crazy.

Not that I would ever do that to anyone.

(Unless they deserved it)
 
2008-06-23 01:32:16 AM  
My worst ever co-worker was a Pentacostal prick who would preach like a motherfarker at every chance he got. He was a hypocritical farkstain, too. He would interupt conversations to talk about "finding Jesus" one minute and then "farking the shiat out of his wife in the back of a truck," the next, and then he'd be back onto Jesus, and 30 seconds later be laughing his scrawny arse off about hunting snakes and killing them in creative ways.
His favourite story was about beating his step son so badly with a wooden spoon that he split the thing in half (the spoon, not the step son). But oh man, what a judgemental, loud-mouthed, bigoted arsehole. It was almost literally impossible to have a conversation with anybody if there was a chance he would see or hear it. Just about everybody had to be dragged back from wanting to beat the shiat out of him and one stage or another. Man he pissed me off, I've got the irrits now thinking about it.

There was this one other puff of cocksmoke too but I'm angry enough thinking about that first prick.
 
2008-06-23 01:37:52 AM  
I can't wait for the smell if burning popcorn tomorrow. I did not know a lot of offices did the whole popcorn thing. I am not alone.
 
2008-06-23 01:40:02 AM  
geetus: The weekend caller.

The night time caller. (*3am* "This better be a farking emergency." "No, I just had a question about this e-mail.")


I have the perfect solution for these.
It is sort of a combination but any one will probably work.

1. Don't answer the phone at 3am
2. Don't answer the phone if work is calling
3. Get caller ID
4. Get an answering machine/voice mail
5. Don't tell work your phone number
6. Seriously who answers the phone at 3am unless it is a family member calling or something?
 
2008-06-23 01:42:26 AM  
- People who hold two hour long, heated crosstalk converstations in the middle of a cubicle farm. Dude, if it's gonna last longer than 15 minutes, GET A CONFERENCE ROOM.

- People from across the room who listen to every detail of your private phone conversations, even though you do your best to talk softly, even whisper on the phone. Dude, even if you can hear me, don't bring me that memo I told my wife I misplaced.

- Guys who wait until 5PM to masturbate in thier corner cubicles, thinking no one will be able to tell. Dude, that shirt you wear over your lap while you fap -- it reeks of month old spunk. Take it home and wash it.
 
2008-06-23 01:44:43 AM  
ooh I almost forgot about the person that claims to have to work every weekend cause they are sooooo busy....but during the week they may get about 2 hours of work done a day. a-holes.
 
2008-06-23 04:38:05 AM  
The Lost Poem of Dr. Seuss
I Love My Job!!
I Love my job, I love the pay!
I love it more and more each day.
I love my boss, he is the best!
I love his boss and all the rest.

I love my office and its location, I hate to have to go on vacation.
I love my furniture, drab and grey, and piles of paper that grow each day!
I think my job is really swell, there's nothing that I love so well.
I love to work among my peers, I love their jeers, and leers, and sneers.
I love my computer and its software;
I hug it often though it wont care. I love every program and file.
I'd love them more if they worked a while.

I'm happy to be here, I am, I am.
I'm the happiest slave in the firm, I am.
I love this work, I love these chores.
I love the meetings and deadly bores.
I love my job- I'll say it again- I even love those friendly men,
those friendly men who've come today
in clean white coats to take me away!
 
2008-06-23 04:40:31 AM  
Fact Man: Frank N Stein: That should be

"...and still thinks he is 'working class'..."

Many days I'd rather be operating a forklift than dealing with the shiat I have to deal with at my computer and on the phone.

Just because your biceps don't hurt at the end of the day doesn't mean you didn't do any work.

In fact, counting the 4-5 years of the late nights of studying to get where we are = probably more work.


If that were the case, than maybe you should have picked a different line of work. If you would enjoy manual labor more, why did you pursue an office job instead?
 
2008-06-23 05:00:23 AM  
Well I gotta defend the naysayers personally. In my experience in meetings (of which I am always a passive observer, I don't like to speak up) people NEED naysaying. Yes, even at the "blue sky" brain storming sessions. Two reasons:

1) The shiat being proposed is just plain impossible and thus a waste of time to talk about. Doesn't matter how "blue sky" the discussion is, if you are talking about something that is just physically impossible to do, it is a massive waste of time. That shiat needs to be shut down.

2) Because they've seen things too often go from "blue sky" to "mandatory requirements". The talk gets going about how wonderful it'd be if we could have all this stuff and then wouldn't you know that is now what is required to be done, even though there are no resources to support it or ability to get it done.

So I gotta stick up for the naysayers. I'm sure there are some that just shoot down anything, but if you step back and look probably most of the "naysayers" are just people who want to put a stop to things that are a waste of time.
 
2008-06-23 05:24:03 AM  
None of this made sense as i'm wearing a towel.
 
2008-06-23 05:28:31 AM  
More reasons why I enjoy my night shift.
Me and 2 other guys in the whole building for 4-5 hours.

/paid to Fark.
 
2008-06-23 05:43:56 AM  
6. The Stick in the Mud. This person is all business all of the time. Disapproving of any attempt at levity, the constant killjoy doesn't have fun at work and doesn't think anyone else should either.

Uhhh...It's not supposed to be a fun happy place to be. That's why its called work and you have to pay people to do it. If it was meant to be fun, it would be "SUPER HAPPY FUN TIME! FUN TIME POWER GO GO GO!" and you wouldn't have to pay people to do it.

I'm not saying a job should be so dull you feel like throwing yourself off a bridge, just don't sit there and talk with friends or play computer games.

\Get back to work people
 
2008-06-23 05:52:53 AM  
there is nothing more useless than the IT "Manager" at whatever level. Sorry guys, but your developers know what's going on even if you don't.

oh, and stop taking credit for all their good ideas.

I verily hope Mike the Sarth Eiffrikan is reading this...
knowing a bit of SQL and some 'nix shell commands doesn't make you a "programmer" bud.

that is all.
 
2008-06-23 06:01:35 AM  
freakdiablo:
I'm not saying a job should be so dull you feel like throwing yourself off a bridge, just don't sit there and talk with friends or play computer games.

\Get back to work people


and yet here we are.
 
2008-06-23 06:19:04 AM  
phamwaa

thanks for playing: I want to find the farker who developed cross-functional teams that need strategic plans and annual plans to determine measurable objectives and deliverables, as well as the issue resolution process that requires 14 steps and a flow chart, and choke them with their own colon.

I did not make any of this shiat up. This is my life at work.

THIS. ^Google Power.

Well. Some things should be done by the book. There are proven best practices for a great number of processes. I have no problem with said processes, so long as you don't have to know the SECRET FARKING HANDSHAKE and DO THE FARKING HOKEY POKEY to get them done. Where's the handbook for the handbook, asshat? Can't answer that, can you? I listened to a ten-minute spiel about server naming conventions from a member of the GD database services group. When I asked for a link or a reference or a voodoo-pin-doll incantantion for the company standard, the answer was "Oh this is the way we always do it."

/ARRRGH
//Said my piece.
///Now back to fulfilling standard 0905-14, paragraphs 7-4 (1) through (7).



My company was recently bought out and we're in the process of trying to get ISO9001 certified. Trust me - I feel your pain. We have 16 farking documets for wiping our own ass when we take a dump. I'm in the process of relabeling every single power receptacle in the datacenter (there are thousands) because the old standard wasn't compliant. Yeah, it's a more informative and dynamic naming scheme, but who besides auditors really care what farking phase cabinet 9 in row 5 on UPS 2 PDU 5 breaker 3 in room 109 is on? The electricians already know and the client doesn't care if he's running at 99% capacity. I know I don't.

/Don't they know I could be farking or playing some video games instead of this monotonous bullshiat?
//oh wait...
 
2008-06-23 06:22:41 AM  
Amish Animal Scientist: How about:

1. christian: wishes she lived on an island with just christians and feels that forcing gospel music on the rest of us is the same as listening to an hour of NPR news in the morning.


I was going to say christian evangelist, but you covered it.

Also, how about these clowns who insists on wearing religious garb in the work place? Nothing like trying to have a conversation with some woman who has her face covered. Or the guy who runs around in his night gown. If I showed up for work in a caftan, I'd get fired.
 
2008-06-23 06:41:16 AM  
EsteeFlwrPot:

/dreading work tomorrow


In case you've wandered back to this thread and you see this, or for any interested youngsters passing by --

WHEN YOU SPEND ALL DAY SUNDAY IN A FUNK BECAUSE YOU DREAD GOING BACK TO WORK ON MONDAY, YOU NEED A DIFFERENT JOB.

I'm deadly serious. Not all jobs are that horrible. Life's too short to work somewhere that kills your spirit. Polish up your resume and start hunting for a better gig at once.

Trust old people when they give you advice like this, it comes from experience...
 
2008-06-23 06:50:16 AM  
Most people I work with are retards.
Most people I meet outside of work are retards.

People = Retards

/People = Soylent Green
 
2008-06-23 07:07:10 AM  
In my most recent job I've experienced the following jackasses over the past year:

- Mr IT Buzzword Guy: Here's a 40 something year old who just learned a bunch of new tech jargon and insists on using it in every other word. He probably cannot get his USB printer to work at home without his kid's assistance.
-The INCREDIBLY Loud Talker: This woman talks at the top of her lungs and I have the unfortunate privilege of sitting behind her cube. It is a non-stop assault on the ears. I'm trying to sit there and concentrate and program and she's biatching to everyone about everything under the sun, from her take on the world's events to other workers complaining to her about the rough economy. Bonus Points: She talks to herself aloud...nothing like having to hear her internal monologue of what she's going to do next or where she's going.

I wish I could turn off my hearing at will like a flip of a switch.
 
2008-06-23 07:16:14 AM  
Needlessly Complicated: They forgot: The Collectors... they're always collecting money for a gift for everyone for every occasion. The worst ones are the ones who go ahead and buy flower arrangements or gift baskets first and assume you wanted to go in on it.

Co-worker: We bought pregnant so-and-so from accounting an SUV stroller that cost $500. Your share is $20.

Me: You bought who what now? And we don't even work in accounting.

I hate those people.


/I exaggerate for comic effect, but it happens much more often than I'd like.



You aren't aware that this is called "The Gift Scam".

The Gift Scam - Claim to collect money for a boss's or coworker's birthday, anniversary, baby shower, anal cleansing, dog's hernia operation, going away gift, etc...

Then spend 1% of the collect money on the claimed gift, pocket the 99% leftover. As an added pointless guilt factor, the Gift Scammer will try to whisper-campaign shame to anyone that does not contribute to the Gift Scam. You can think of them as budding Evangelists without an obnoxious religious factor. Same tactics, same scam, same assholes at the core. The only benefit is that somebody ends up getting a cheapass gift eventually, but usually the money is squandered on a lavish lifestyle for the Gifter and poverty for the actual givers.

Some scammers can triple their income this way. Usually there are a few legitimate Gifters, but they are very rare and those people have accounting lists of how much was collected so that they can prove they are on the up and up.

// I recommend poisoning these Gift Scammers, but it is politically better to get the office manager to ban these gifting sessions although the usual result is the office manager becomes the Gift Scammer after demanding a cut of the scam from the previous Gift Scammer.
/// I still recommend poisoning as a longer term solution.
 
2008-06-23 07:20:11 AM  
m3thod21: what about the IT guys that think they are god.

We are. *smite smite smite*
 
2008-06-23 07:20:12 AM  
Chastain86: I've got this cocksucker in the cube next to me at work that won't stop quoting Austin Powers movies, and constantly talking about his time in high school band. HE IS 38 YEARS OLD.big>

I wish it were legal to kill this man.


Depending on how cute he is, then tell his to crawl between your legs to give you a little lip and tongue action.

A good cocksucker is often found to be hard.
 
2008-06-23 07:45:18 AM  
The Machiavellian: Every encounter is political. She is destined for greatness, and if you're not actively helping her achieve it then you're part of the problem. No opportunity to belittle or dominate goes to waste. Not even the smallest challenge is met with anything but blind fury and relentless attack. Get on her bad side and she will do anything and everything she can to destroy you and your career.

/Glad the subject of this particular message can't see through walls...
 
2008-06-23 08:01:19 AM  
Rule 1. Who refers to people. That and which refer to groups or things.
Examples: Anya is the one who rescued the bird.
Lokua is on the team that won first place.
She belongs to an organization that specializes in saving endangered species.
 
2008-06-23 08:06:26 AM  
Elminst: More reasons why I enjoy my night shift.
Me and 2 other guys in the whole building for 4-5 hours.

/paid to Fark.


...thats pretty gay
 
2008-06-23 08:09:18 AM  
m3thod21: I can't wait for the smell if burning popcorn tomorrow. I did not know a lot of offices did the whole popcorn thing. I am not alone.

The flavored popcorn that smells like dirty sox is bad but the smell of reheated fish, unbelievable. Pleas dont bring that to work.
 
2008-06-23 08:10:37 AM  
Lord_Dubu: G'head. Run your business without us.

So you can farking fix computers. Its great. I am so glad that you know how. But there is no need for SO MANY IT guys to be complete and total douchebags. Do your job, go back to your office. You are not gods. You are guys who can fix computers.

I cannot stand IT guys who expect people to fall over backwards and beg for their forgiveness whenever somethings broken. Because what happens when I call you down because once again there is a crappy, non-user error that cannot be fixed by me because you won't just tell me how to fix it? You'll biatch and moan for a couple minutes...

then you'll do it. Because you can't not do it. Because if you biatched, then left, chuckling in your superior fashion about the stupid underlings who cannot even work a computer, you'd be fired for not doing your job.

So do your job. Nobody cares that you can fix a computer.
 
2008-06-23 08:14:38 AM  
This is 100% on target.
What happens to all these people?
Link THIS
Turn up the volume, prepare to be rocked.
this is war.

/not a rickroll.
 
2008-06-23 08:37:10 AM  
What about the people who use proverbs all the time? Or stupid sayings like "well, we've gotta break a few eggs to make omelettes". Ugh, I can't stand them.

/IT guy for investment bankers
//Some of the biggest douchenozzles you'll ever have the displeasure of knowing.
 
2008-06-23 08:54:07 AM  
Begoggle: geetus: The weekend caller.

The night time caller. (*3am* "This better be a farking emergency." "No, I just had a question about this e-mail.")


I have the perfect solution for these.
It is sort of a combination but any one will probably work.

1. Don't answer the phone at 3am
2. Don't answer the phone if work is calling
3. Get caller ID
4. Get an answering machine/voice mail
5. Don't tell work your phone number
6. Seriously who answers the phone at 3am unless it is a family member calling or something?


In engineering, you own a lot of mechanical systems that run 24 horus a day. They can break at any point and you have to be there ASAP.

/need my degree to get a real full time assignment
 
2008-06-23 09:45:15 AM  
What about the loud talking warbly voiced old woman who is constantly on the phone with her children/butcher/hair dresser/etc. who wears enough perfume that you still smell her 2 hours after she left? And no, I don't give a fark about your grandkids and stop showing me pictures!!!
 
2008-06-23 09:47:09 AM  
m3thod21:
what about the IT guys that think they are god.


What was your username again?
 
2008-06-23 09:50:55 AM  
Pregnant co-workers are missing from the list. Look, it's great you're having another baby, but no one wants to hear all day about how fat you feel today or what happened at your last ultrasound or how your boyfriend wants to name the kid Adam or how your clothes don't fit right but you wore them to work anyway to make other people uncomfortable. Shut up and work, no one really gives two shiats about your festering fetus.
 
2008-06-23 09:55:10 AM  
I have a pack of cow-orkers I call the "Old Girls Club"
- They know it all
- They've seen it all
- Clearly I don't know shiat and therefore do not need to be listened too
- They biatch about each other members when they are not around

In the lunchroom one day, one of them said how glad she will be to retire. I replied that we all were too.

/did I say something wrong?
 
2008-06-23 10:05:32 AM  
phaseolus: In case you've wandered back to this thread and you see this, or for any interested youngsters passing by --

WHEN YOU SPEND ALL DAY SUNDAY IN A FUNK BECAUSE YOU DREAD GOING BACK TO WORK ON MONDAY, YOU NEED A DIFFERENT JOB.

I'm deadly serious. Not all jobs are that horrible. Life's too short to work somewhere that kills your spirit. Polish up your resume and start hunting for a better gig at once.

Trust old people when they give you advice like this, it comes from experience...


I would but I need to stay here for the experience. I'll fix up my resume and all, maybe i'll go on a few interviews but I really should stay at least another 3 months because I need it on my resume. THIS BIATCH JUST DUMPED SOME MORE OF HER WORK ON ME AS IM TYPING THIS POST. WHAT THE FARK. DO YOUR OWN SHIAT! I FARKING HATE THIS SHIAT.

/I FARKING HATE UPPER MANAGEMENT.

bughunter: Guys who wait until 5PM to masturbate in thier corner cubicles, thinking no one will be able to tell. Dude, that shirt you wear over your lap while you fap -- it reeks of month old spunk. Take it home and wash it.

WTF?!?!?!
 
2008-06-23 10:20:00 AM  
Stumbleine: Lord_Dubu: G'head. Run your business without us.

So you can farking fix computers. Its great. I am so glad that you know how. But there is no need for SO MANY IT guys to be complete and total douchebags. Do your job, go back to your office. You are not gods. You are guys who can fix computers.

I cannot stand IT guys who expect people to fall over backwards and beg for their forgiveness whenever somethings broken. Because what happens when I call you down because once again there is a crappy, non-user error that cannot be fixed by me because you won't just tell me how to fix it? You'll biatch and moan for a couple minutes...

then you'll do it. Because you can't not do it. Because if you biatched, then left, chuckling in your superior fashion about the stupid underlings who cannot even work a computer, you'd be fired for not doing your job.

So do your job. Nobody cares that you can fix a computer.



As an IT guy (and hopefully a non-douchebaggery type) people come to expect you to do anything related to they think can be done. Most workers don't realize that there are standards / protocols for handling requests, installing/maintaining hardware/software, etc. In my experience, when an IT guy tells you No, I'm sorry I can't do that.. it usually has to do with a security issue.

The typical one I run into is "Why do I have to fill out this online form??, why can't I just add it straight to the database?? It would be much faster and more efficient. Please Please it would help me out so much to get back on track."

There are only so many ways to tell them A) I don't want you on my SQL Server B) I don't want you on my SQL Server C) We build these forms to keep you out of SQL Server. D) other reasons related to not wanting you to have direct access to the server.

Typically we have to be somewhat douchebaggeries to our customers (when I say customers I mean the people we service) to be sure that they know the line of what is/isn't possible. Though I usually try to explain why it is like that, being as non-technical as possible..everyone's known lingo is different. When I say SQL server maybe half the people know what server means and only 5% know what SQL means. We really just don't you farking anything up and making more work for us and lost time for the organization.

O, and just because I'm an IT guy.. I don't know Fark about why your computer isn't connecting to the internet.. I just write the software you use when you get on the network. Call the guy across the hall he can help you more. --> We have different titles for a reason you non-IT douchebags. lol
 
2008-06-23 10:27:46 AM  
Let's see...

I have to deal with the following:

1. The Christ-huggers - All the emails I used to get from coworkers were signed with something like "Jesus loves you" or "I'll say a prayer for you in church" or "let us pray." When one of my newer coworkers said she was wiccan or something, the emails basically stopped...is it bad that I have some of my coworkers on a "send DIRECTLY to the trash folder" list?

2. The Non-Email Readers - I sent the same damn email with different wording....4 times in the past 2 hours. It involved sales people, so see the marketing comment that someone posted earlier. This can also include management, as I have run out of ways to phrase things so that they can understand.

3. The PTO-ers - I swear, every week I'm stuck covering for someone else because little "Johnny/Susie/whatever has had something come up and I need to take a day of leave." This ALWAYS falls on a Friday. And since we each deal with a large number of accounts, it sucks...royal...azz... I think I'm going to start taking PTO at random points...I was covering for 2 coworkers a couple weeks ago...and almost got stuck covering for a 3rd...that would have put me at watching 30+ accounts...I think my cat's going to have a monstrous hairball this afternoon, causing me to miss the next 2 days of work.

I work with the Buzzwords people....if I have to hear Synergy again...I will blow my brains out. The spotlight stealer is one of the resident Christ-huggers (he wears his Christian shirts to the office), and also gets to be one of the "non-email readers" too. Said spotlight stealer is also the one who will provide unsolicited feedback/advice...heya dipchit..that was already COVERED IN THE EMAIL I SENT YOU.

Our home office holds the award winning "inconsiderate emailers"--I've already gotten my "locate your nearby pedophiles" email today.

It's no wonder I hate waking up in the mornings...
 
2008-06-23 10:35:41 AM  
As an added note..

When I was managing Active Directory for my organization awhile back I can't tell you how much hell we caught for enforcing Strong passwords. When I did try to explain why it IS a necessity in this day and age, the typical response was "Yea Yea w/e...can't you just set it to something easy like password for me so I can remember it".../sigh.

Moral of the story.. if you don't listen to why the IT guys says it has to be like that. By your actions of demanding to be better than the policies and procedures set out for the organization...you are creating the douchebag.
 
2008-06-23 11:12:17 AM  
Lets add:

1. Whoever keeps stealing lunches. What is it with you people?

2. The guy who gets sick and spits in his trashcan all day...right on the other side of the cubicle wall. Nice thing to think about. A can of virus, not the mention the disgusting noises. That was a fun day.
 
kth
2008-06-23 11:17:37 AM  
The Unwilling to Help in an Emergency Girl.

Every now and again, through no one's fault, something would morph into an emergency and suddenly I would need someone to help me make a very small change to a dozen different documents and prepare them for execution. Secretary for the big boss was perfectly fine with this. Legal assistants for the big boss totally okay with this. Other attorneys in the department were more than happy to help in the event that no one was around.

The secretary for the junior partner was unwilling to help. Or would agree to help, then do it incorrectly. Little Hint: if you're changing dates from May to June, you cannot do a global change, you have to individually change the dates with find and replace. Then, when the crisis was over, she would go to her boss and complain that I was asking her to do my work and that I was mean to her.

She also was the type that had a combination of hunky firemen pictures and jingoistic cartoons/sayings/stickers in her cubicle. We get it, you love america more than we do. Now shut up.

And worst of all, did not understand that forms are password protected for a reason. She would go in, put in the password, and then put client information in my beautiful forms.
 
2008-06-23 11:23:11 AM  
The dreaded Food-lurker.

"mmm, that smells good! What is it?"
 
2008-06-23 11:24:12 AM  
EsteeFlwrPot: I think the #1 most annoying coworker is the one that has a thing for you and makes it so farking obvious. He never leaves you alone, always tries to trap you in conversation when you're obviously busy working, wont stop asking you out to lunch when you've told him no several times and makes you feel overall very uncomfortable. I'm glad I dont work with him directly because if I did I would have quit by now.

So, uh, is that a no for lunch?
 
2008-06-23 11:27:31 AM  
I can't stand the loudmouth middle-age soccer moms that feel it's absolutely necessary to talk about my love life when I come to help them with their computers. They all gang up and start talking about "oh, have you found a girl yet?" "You know, I was married when I was your age" and "I know a girl who'd be perfect for you and blah blah blah"

We get it, you're old and loud.
 
2008-06-23 11:34:34 AM  
I have a problem with what I will call" the sh*t house terrorist"
It is common to find massive craps left unflushed and this person also seems to bomb from altitude. I have observed foot prints on the seat.

The artist has taken to finger painting slogans and pictures in poo on the stall walls.

Some are quite good actually,but still quite disturbing.

He actually managed to get some on the celling.
 
2008-06-23 11:37:50 AM  
WoWgirl: It's no wonder I hate waking up in the mornings...

I hate waking up in the mornings too. I wake up early and go back to sleep so many times before actually getting up. My coworkers suck ass and everything is so freaking boring in here. This is an advertising company, we should have crazy colored walls and creative things all over the place, not pale white walls and boring ass bitter people. My boss yells at me when hes wrong, the other girls dont talk to me or anything, upper mgt dumps work on me that I really have no time to do, I dread coming here every day. Before I leave every morning I look back at my room and tell myself I cant wait to be back. This sucks.
 
2008-06-23 11:39:40 AM  
greenapple2step: I have a problem with what I will call" the sh*t house terrorist"
It is common to find massive craps left unflushed and this person also seems to bomb from altitude. I have observed foot prints on the seat.

The artist has taken to finger painting slogans and pictures in poo on the stall walls.

Some are quite good actually,but still quite disturbing.

He actually managed to get some on the celling.


Are you serious? Maybe it's a giant prank because he hates the office?

/I wish this thread wasn't dead because I love it.
//why dont we have a work thread every day so we can vent our frustrations to eachother as we work?
 
2008-06-23 11:44:03 AM  
How about the guy in the cube next to me? I went to take a leak, and I could hear him talking on his bluetooth head set in the stall next to me.

...while dropping a large and noisy bomb.

...and grunting.

...and I'm pretty sure it was a woman on the other end.


Seriously, this guy has got to be the weirdest guy ever.
 
2008-06-23 11:47:40 AM  
Saddamsars: How about the guy in the cube next to me? I went to take a leak, and I could hear him talking on his bluetooth head set in the stall next to me.

...while dropping a large and noisy bomb.

...and grunting.

...and I'm pretty sure it was a woman on the other end.


Seriously, this guy has got to be the weirdest guy ever.


Well I dont have a problem with talking to my friend on the phone while im in the bathroom, but we have an agreement between us that doing that is ok. We call eachother while we go. We're like bathroom buddies.

/tmi?
 
2008-06-23 11:58:41 AM  
what about the boss who won't do anything to upset a client...NO MATTER WHAT. i was sexually assaulted by one of my jobs regular customers and my boss did nothing about it, i tried calling the cops, but because there were no witnesses it was a he said/she said and the jerk-off STILL comes in to my work place like he did nothing wrong
 
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