A chance to get it off your chest
That is all for now.
SOLB, good for your sis, sticking with breastfeeding and a..
Dear Senior Management,
What was the point of the 15 min briefing today? The e-mail made it clear that we should attend or else, but I really don't understnad why you needed us all to down tools for it.
You didn't provide us with any information. You didn't try to reassure us about all the changes that are happening at the moment.
In fact, all you did was spend 5 min telling jokes and then 10 min telling each other how wonderful you all were.
Was it supposed to be some sort of morale boost? Did you mean to praise us, who have done all the hard work, but it came out wrong?
Well, it's not convinced me that I want to stay with your organisation any longer. In fact, I might write my resignation letter tonight instead of waiting until August.
Another visit from the police. Another sleepless night in A&E. Another day chasing around town trying to find you. Another session of foulmouthed abuse and threatened violence. Grow up. Stop taking the stuff that is frying your brain and try to start living as a normal human being again.
PS we still love you.
Dear company I sent my CV to last week
Please, please, please call me tomorrow and invite me for an interview because I really want to work for you... mostly because it would cut my commute from an hour and 15 each way to a 10 minute stroll
That is all...
I told you this would happen 2 months ago. And now the penny has finally dropped.
So go on then, get out of this one instead of sticking your head in the sand the way you normally do.
To forget that you were supposed to be teaching guitar to someone at 7.15 this evening is bad. To go out for a run, and wave at him as you pass him as he arrives in your road is embarrassing. (I thought it was a neighbour!) - But to only remember at midnight, and then realise you haven't written his phone number down is just bloody STUPID. You don't deserve a job you pillock
she_of_little_brain wrote (see)
Dear Charge Nurse Thank you so much for looking after us as we stayed in hospital with my 3 day old niece
He even refused to come in and talk while I was cuddling the baby on the bed because I had pyjama shorts on ... a little odd. (My legs aren't THAT bad)
AllNew wrote (see)
Dear BBC, less of the super-slow-mo repeats of players' celebrations please, it's really freaking me out. Ta muchly, All New
I suspect if you actually played tennis it would be a lot more useful if you showed slo-mo of how they move the raquet over the ball to get spin/slice etc.
I know it's mean but I'm really glad that both the Williams sisters are out. If someone could just beat Sharapova and Azarenka we might get a quiet Ladies' final
Dear boss, thanks for saving my bacon last night...and extra thanks for the explanation of why you phoned to let me know my mistake.
Damn, you know me too well!
Yes, I forgot to take something round to the next department, yes I would have remembered at midnight and had no way of letting anyone know. Yes I would have stressed about it. Spotting it and taking it round for me meant customers will have their order. Telling me you did it means I didn't panic. Telling me you were only telling me so I didn't panic not that you were calling me out on a mistake means I continue to respect you and the way you work!
What a nice boss Kwilter! Dear M,Please stop grovelling to people. It's making me
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