Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-21 04:11:17
ID: 57205
I understand now about not wanting to work with the cussing co-worker. I used to work with a woman who frequently threw tantrums. She held everyone hostage because we never knew when she was going to explode. It was manipulative and draining. Cussing I can handle, but I would quit if I worked in close proximity with someone like that again. It sucked. The more you try to set boundaries with someone like that, the more dramatic they get.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-20 20:44:10
ID: 57341
I'm slightly freaking out. I have to do a project at work that involves a pilot-scale study of a new piece of equipment that we'll have to purchase when we upgrade our building next year. I'm doing a lot of research on how to set it up and whatnot, but I'm so scared I'm going to screw it up.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-19 21:07:21
ID: 57320
In response to a confession. Knowing me, I probably would have though water coolers were cool as a kid. I was weird like that. I loved going places that had blue toilet water because I thought it was fancy LMFAO.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-18 18:52:30
ID: 57303
I have a client who's kids are obsessed with our water cooler. It's like they've never seen one before. Every time she stops here, they want to come in with her and get some water. It's weird.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-17 19:33:57
ID: 57278
In response to a confession. Agree about the yeast. We've had to prop patients up in crazy positions and have a fan blow on them to dry them out. It's not fun for anyone involved. If she's allergic to artificial scents, try putting peppermint oil on gauze squares, and then strategically place them around the office. You can also try setting out some dry coffee grounds to absorb the odor. That's what we normally use in the hospital to combat funk.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-17 06:24:22
ID: 57270
My coworker and trainer is huge, about 400 plus pounds. I don't mind the big part, but she smells like a period every day! She's allergic to everything so when she leaves, me and the other girl break out our spray. Big lady seems clean, always gets her hair and nails done, seems OCD about germs and cleaning, just has that gross period smell. Ugh....
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-16 18:30:01
ID: 57260
OMG! Elderly CW just crop-dusted her way out of the office. Not quietly, either. I really hope I'm in a position to retire before I can't control my ass anymore.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-16 16:04:43
ID: 57253
I am so screwed. I've handed in my notice and signed a contract for a job I am massive underqualified for. I'm so in debt I have to take the gamble on this new role. But conversely, if I lose it, I'll be literally forced to declare myself bankrupt. I am so ashamed and lost. Nobody knows how many tens of thousands I owe. I literally will lose everything. I'm never going to get out of this hole at my current rate. Not even my husband knows how in the red I am. I'm hemorrhaging my whole paycheck on interest payments alone. I had to leave a role I loved and change to a career I hate and it still wasn't enough. I'm starting to realize it'll never be enough.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-14 07:49:46
ID: 57220
In response to a confession. It went well, but man, I'm introverted and really have a hard time making small talk. I didn't talk to many. I think we met our goal, though.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-13 03:07:36
ID: 57208
And it's my first big event with 90% new staff members (like me!) I'm so nervous about tomorrow. Fingers crossed all goes well!
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