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» Bastard Colleagues

my new colleague can be an absolute nightmare at times
She doesn't speak a word of English; seems to be manic depressive: one minute crying her eyes out, the next minute all smiles. Worst of all, she's incontinent and more often than not it's me that has to clean up.

I'm at home with a new baby. I just wanted to join in.
(Fri 25th Jan 2008, 16:19, More)

» The Dirty Secrets of Your Trade

I am a housewife
married to a wonderful Polish guy. I have no interest in learning Polish despite my protestations to the contrary. I already speak four European languages and I am too old to learn a new one. Plus my ignorance means that on family holidays in Poland I can sit blissfully daydreaming instead of joining in boring conversations with his relatives.

He never reads this site.
(Sat 29th Sep 2007, 22:43, More)

» Insults

from Bill Hicks
You should have been a blowjob!
(Thu 4th Oct 2007, 20:02, More)

» Bastard Colleagues

there once was a boss...
who for some reason thought I was really intelligent - I have that effect on a certain type of insecure man - god knows why.
Anyway, we were out in his car for some reason and he had classical music playing on the stereo. He kept on looking at me, as if he wanted me to remark on the music and when we stopped and he had to get out to go to the shop, he turned on the engine and left the music playing for me (which he'd never done before and I certainly hadn't asked for) staring intently at me all the while.
(Mon 28th Jan 2008, 10:52, More)

» Bastard Colleagues

My team leader at the call centre I worked at (well still work at, if I go back after this maternity leave). He got the job because he was 'good in the interview' despite having no experience whatsoever in the role (and where did this reliance on interview skills come from anyway? If you're good at your job but crap at interviews - like me - you don't progress). Now I worked in a busy call centre and everyone who has done the same will know, when it's busy it's all hands on deck, managers on phones etc. Dan was happy to go on the phones - and then would go into not ready and surf the internet - a sackable offence for a lowly advisor. Once he had a crush on a member of his team and had her off next to him all the time. Then some of his friends joined the team and ditto. Eventually he left after repeated warnings and a threat to demote him. Made me laugh one day when a senior manager (who was game for a laugh) walked by his desk and asked if the internet connection was down as there was work on Dan's screen.
(Fri 25th Jan 2008, 19:13, More)
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