Stream Of Consciousness
Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-04 01:47:40
ID: 4730
I'm kinda picky about the bread I eat. I like it to be as healthy as possible. So today I was browsing the bread aisle and found these loaves. They have 4 different kinds: brown rice loaf, tapioca loaf, white rice loaf, and corn loaf. I chose brown rice and was so excited to try it. Well I'm sorry to say it tastes exactly what I imagine insulation tastes like. The weirdest consistency and no flavor whatsoever. :(
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-04 01:26:47
ID: 4729
I work in a doctor's office and most of the delays are caused by patients. Sometimes it is the doctor and or nurse fault but usually not. Each type of visit is slotted for certain length on the schedule. Patients will schedule an appointment for a certain type of visit or one ailment but when they get to see the doctor they have 5 things wrong with them or tell the doctor long drawn out stories that are usually nothing to do with their visit. If that doctor tried to hurry the visit then he would be tagged with bad bedside manners. If you schedule an appointment for a cold don't go in and want to discuss the cold, your blood pressure meds, pain in your leg, medications you seen in a commercial, your diet and refills for other meds. If you want to do all that at one visit make sure you let the receptionist know so they can schedule accordingly. Many times patients will schedule an appointment for themselves then their spouse comes with them to the appointment. Once both get to the room then the spouse starts talking about their ailments as well and they were never scheduled to be seen and they want the doctor to give them a free visit since they came in with the patient. The same thing happens with parents and their children. Be respectful of your doctor and other patients when being seen.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-04 01:17:22
ID: 4728
Boobooboo, you come up with the best theme pics!
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-04 01:16:53
ID: 4727
Went grocery shopping, came home and unloaded the bags, then had to rush off again. Was gone for 3 hours, then came home and realized I had left 2 containers of plain Greek yogurt and a tub of cottage cheese out on the countertop. They're warm now. Do you think they're safe to eat?
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-04 01:12:53
ID: 4726
I don't think my company won't hire me because I don't have a certain image. I work at a funeral home after all. I have a theory it might be because i'm a pretty quiet person. Maybe they figure a quiet person wouldn't be a good fit since I would have to greet customers and answer the telephones. It is just bothering me because I want to better myself. Maybe being the receptionist at this place isn't a good idea anyway. Like I said i've worked there three years...the last two years they have sat me down and said I would be getting a raise and nothing has happened. So maybe it's time to leave.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-04 00:51:32
ID: 4725
At my job the biggest drama queens are the single mothers. " I can't I have kids, I am a single mom, its soooooo haaaaaard you don't understand" Just a simple yes or no will do when I ask you to stay late or come in early and you can't. And no, I will not delay the meeting because you had to call your "kiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiids daycare" No, you do not get first choice for summer vacation times. It goes by ranking for seniority and performance. And if you tell another associate who does not have kids that they "have to switch" weeks with because you have kids and they don't, I will write you up for harassment/hostile work environment. One last thing- stop hounding everyone to buy your kids fundraiser stuff. Hopefully we will get a break from that over the summer.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-04 00:00:43
ID: 4724
Yeah... companies do want a "certain" type of person at the front desk. We saw that in Mad Men, no? Where the black woman who was a perfectly good secretary couldn't be the receptionist?
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-03 23:11:26
ID: 4722
Companies often want a certain kind of person at the front desk. Someone who will present the imae the company is trying to show to the world. Sad for those who aren't that type, but it's true. Being a receptionist isn't always about how you can do the job.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-03 22:48:27
ID: 4721
Drama Queen/Snowflake story of the day - this one is in her late 40s. A friend of friend ("S") said last night "I just can't handle divas. I have to cut three different friends out my life this week. They know I don't like to leave the house by myself, but none of them would drive to my house to pick me up, so we could go out dancing together." By the way, this story was told at a friends house, where "S" has driven all by herself, at night.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-06-03 21:57:36
ID: 4719
I had a break down at work yesterday. The receptionist is leaving for a new job so I told my boss a couple days ago that i'm really interested in the job. Well yesterday someone came in to interview for the position. I have no experience as a receptionist but I thought that I would have a shot with a company i've been with for three years. They know i'm a good worker and i'm always there and on time. I don't know what to do. I want to better myself but if no one will give me a shot i'm screwed.
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