Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-31 18:31:13
ID: 65330
Housecleaner here. I have a regular client, a busy executive, who I would visit two times a month, for 2 hours. When COVID hit, she suspended service, but called yesterday to resume. She has a gorgeous, nice-sized house that was always fairly clean and easy to do in 2 hours despite the size. I will say, however, that the master bathroom was always kind of disgusting, with the kitchen a close 2nd. Just terrible. She said she needs me this time for 4-6 hours. Not gonna lie, I'm a bit scared. How freaking dirty is this place going to be for me to need to be there that long?!?
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-30 07:02:13
ID: 65323
I used to have a coworker who used to spend hours on amazon and Wish, shopping for stuff. We had a list of tasks that had to be completed every night. She wouldn't do a single one. I wasn't the only one to work with her. Someone else complained about it, told the manager, then the manager talked to her about it. On a night the manager was with us, coworker is going on about someone tattling on her, she tried to gaslight me by saying "I work with you most, don't you see me start all the tasks as soon as I come in every night?" (BTW she was always 15-30 minutes late). I dead ass said "No, I do it all." Manager looked at me with wide eyes, she knew I was dead. Coworker had a habit of throwing tantrums, at 45yrs old. Coworker gave me and evil look, got on her phone, and went outside yelling about me. From then on I got the cold shoulder from her lol
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-29 22:27:21
ID: 65318
My CW has been leaving early almost every day now. It's getting super obnoxious too because she also loves to tell me what needs to be done and likes to order me around, but spends most of her workday on her phone buying things on FB marketplace. Whatever. It's just frustrating because I feel like she should be doing stuff to help me but she doesn't want to learn because she doesn't want to actually work.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-25 01:25:42
ID: 65288
Ugh, I still get tense when I have to take my coworker. She's in my Dept so we talk a lot, but something about her really triggers on. I think it's that she always wants to be right, has a rebuttal for everything, and rarely just ever listens.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-22 23:21:21
ID: 65261
I don't think I'm cut out for the working world. I'm way too sensitive to stuff when it comes to office politics. I hate drama and I just want a job where I can show up, work, and get paid for doing it. I have a more involved job right now where I am expected to be involved heavily with the company workings and I seriously wish all I had to do was just do my job. I am a total introvert and I know this makes it hard for me to interact with people the way I should at work. I fake it every day but it's exhausting.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-21 23:05:57
ID: 65250
Thank God I had a half day today. I have to do about 100 test cases for validating a spreadsheet next week and I spent 3 hours this morning and got through 10 of them. It's gonna be a long week. Ugh.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-19 13:12:48
ID: 65233
Was that cute guy in the parking garage checking me out? Maybe I looked badass schlepping my bike into my car. Haha I haven’t seen any cute guys at work since Covid so this is welcomed!
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-18 13:08:32
ID: 65227
In response to a confession. My CW tells me about every single physical ailment she has. She tells everyone. All the time. About every appointment she has, in detail. Her gastric issues have to do with diet, I'd bet my paycheck on it. Honestly, I believe 100% that most of the physical ailments that we, as a species, suffer from could be directly linked to diet. But that's just me. And yes, love, I know I'm not the food police. That's why I'm here bitching about it (like a good little confessor) and not getting all preachy with CW about how her westernized processed disgusting (IMO) diet will lead to a shorter life, full of discomfort and sickness. Cheers!
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-17 21:37:29
ID: 65225
I applied to work at a dollar store that was by my house 3 years ago. They're just now contacting me, asking if I'd like an interview. 3 years....must be desperate for workers to be looking at applicants that far back. And for others curiosity, I moved 5 hours away so I will not be going on that interview.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-16 21:45:46
ID: 65219
In response to a confession. Or maybe your CW has a physical illness like IBS, Crohn's, UC, IBD, celiac disease, etc. that gives them a bad reaction to some foods and they can't always predict when they'll have to go. I get that it's not pleasant for you, but most people aren't like, going out of their way to make you miserable. And it's not like you can be the food police and govern what they should/shouldn't eat--that's not your business either.
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