A chance to get it off your chest
OK, so you went to the Reading festival. That was August, why are you still wearing the wristband?
You may think you are some super clever engineer but e mailing me asking where the information is shows you are not super clever.
The file i attached has all the information you need so reading it will increase your understanding by 100%.
.....and i can reply in an e mail without being rude unlike yourself.
Could someone please stop the emotional rollercoaster? I'd quite like to get off now.
Why do you insist on being such an A1, first class, prime adolescent playground style bitch? You'd better watch yourself though, people are catching on to you..
It's nice that they made you smile, but you know, I really resent having been ripped off quite so badly to get you those flowers today.
To the guy in the supermarket this morning buying the £1 red rose and the bottle of mouth wash.
I don't think you will be needing the mouth wash
If I was only half as good as you think you are, I'd still be brilliant.
No i don't want to put my religion, gender, ethnic origin, age or whether i have a disabilty on your application form. It's all politically correct nonsense.
I deeply deeply resent having to go on strike to force you useless overpaid lazy HR and management types to do your jobs. But unlike you I have principles and a backbone so I will down tools with pleasure. I'll claw back the money at a later date of my choosing.
I lost any respect for you and withdrew goodwill years ago so you probably won't notice any difference in me when the work to rule starts.
Catalin Bond wrote (see)
Dear boos, when three members of staff plus on ex-staff member go out for dinner, have a couple if jugs if cocktails and a couple of bottles of wine, and round off the evening saying 'he's just a knobhead,' you should take a look at yourself. In seriousness there are three of us working in your team full time, and the other two have talked about handing in their notice. I don't realty want to stay once my contract is over, and every problem in our team can be traced back to you. The trouble is, you can be a nice guy and a good boss when you 're in the right mood. But we shouldn't have to creep around on egg shells watching your moods. FFS you're a psychiatrist so you'd think you'd have some people skills!
Email this morning. He'll take a 'dim view' of us if we don't go to his ex-PA's leaving do. Well I was going to go to her leaving do, even though I don't really want to, because I knew he'd take a dim view if we didn't. Except now he'll think I've only gone because he told me to!
The more I think about it the more annoyed I get. When someone leaves. if they want a leaving do, fine. But it should be up to each member of staff whether they want to go. And if a few of us don't want to go, maybe you should be asking why and what was wrong rather than taking a 'dim view' of us for not going. It's not even in work time.
You've just blown your runny nose... and now you're walking up to me to shake hands? Er No. I will go ahead with that formality, but only after you've washed the germs off.
Last week, you did not have a migrane, you had a headache.
Now, you do not have flu, you have a cold.
It seems to have passed you by that actually I am quite good at my job. My boss thinks so, the rest of my department thinks so, the senior managers think so.
So I will be passing up on your offer to show me how to use your spreadsheet. I know it is quite complicated but I'm used to working with things far more complicated than a spreadsheet.
You are right that it is 'more complicated than entering a few numbers' as you have to press a button too as it says that in the procedure. But I think your statement that 'I won't understand it without spending an hour being shown how to use it' was a slight exageration.
Womble wrote (see)
Don't go. Haven't you got a class/appointment/school play/headache/girls' night out/family funeral to deal with? I'm afraid I decided many years to opt out of the hypocrisy of going to the leaving do of anyone I didn't like or care for. No excuses, just don't go.
Yeah, f*ck that Catalin, there's no way I'd let myself be forced into going to an out of work event if I didn't want to. Not that you need to make up an excuse but I'm sure there must be something more important you have to do that evening...
Twits on the train, the open button is marked with a sign " press button and hold to open the doors", just follow the instructions and the doors will open.
Hmmm...this is not the first time I have been left out of the loop on something over the past few weeks. Dare I say it but communication around here is deteriorating quite rapidly as far as I can see.
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