Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-12 16:32:55
ID: 65175
Dear coworker: Perhaps the reason you have so many digestive issues (that are super obvious because of the proximity of my desk to the bathroom- yay) is because you eat so much junk and grease all the time. Your diet is abysmal (this is super obvious from the countless snack that you eat, and the lunches that you bring here, not to mention your lamenting about all the vegetables that you refuse to eat) and if you ate better, you'd feel better. And I would maybe get a break from your uber-frequent trips the to bathroom that are just.... gross. My desk the closest one to the john. And the walls are paper thin. And it's gross.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-03 15:27:46
ID: 65107
I have NO desire to do side work. People ask me all the time to do side work. Usually QuickBooks consultations/training. I hate doing it. I agreed to a side job over the weekend, and I already regret it and I haven't even started yet. It's decent money ($35/hr) but on the whole it's not worth it. If I only worked PT and needed the money, I'd do more side work. Other than that, I'll 'side' work in my garden. :D
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-02 08:06:27
ID: 65084
Anyone else in healthcare just completely over morons arguing covid facts with you? I don't fucking care what you read on Facebook, your PHYSICIAN advises that you wear a fucking mask and stay away from people FOR THE LOVE OF GOD.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-07-24 05:07:31
ID: 65011
In response to a confession. I respectfully disagree with you 100%. I'm polite, friendly, and set boundaries like mf. These people aren't my friends, they are my coworkers. I have a great working relationship with everyone, but they know I won't go out with them, attend their baby showers, or friend them on social media. We work together. That's it. Tall fences make good neighbors. I'm almost 40 and it took me this long to figure it out. I watch all the "friends" at work deal with all this drama, and here I am, working, minding my own business, not bothered at all.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-07-23 13:17:49
ID: 65016
In response to a confession. One of the schools would like to continue working with us on grant consultant services. I really love this new and different part of my job!
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-07-19 03:47:55
ID: 64975
In response to a confession. The grants were awarded! I don't know if I played a big role as grant writer/consultant or if it was a non-competitve grant (as least that's what they said). One was for $18,000 for a school district and other was $6,000 for an elementary school. I'm so relieved and happy it went through successfully. The tight timeline and major stress was worth it for the schools in low-income communities to receive some funding for their programs. Yay!
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-07-14 16:44:24
ID: 64936
In response to a confession. Thanks, PastryGirl. In an interesting twist, all fitness centers (and a bunch of other businesses) are being closed down again at the end of today because the numbers are tending the wrong way. So it was open for a total 48 hours. I *definitely* made the right decision. I created a online 'social hour' for the owner and other teachers in a few days to see how everyone is doing. Of the dozen teachers, only two of us refused to come in. I really hope there are no hard feelings.
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Posted by: hanginin
2020-07-16 19:54:19
ID: 64958
Dear POS client: First off- I am NOT 'your lady' or 'foxy lady' or 'sweetie' or 'honey' and you're a fucking creep. Secondly- With your logic, we should be able to completely eliminate unwanted pregnancies and abortions just by BANNING PREGNANCY TESTS! I hate you right in the face and I wish you would just close your shitty restaurant that everyone hates and go hide under a rock until the end of your miserable life. And never ever EVER talk to me again. *fume*
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-07-15 06:35:00
ID: 64945
I write press releases for our organization sometimes. I asked someone in our working group for a quote, which she sent to me. It ended up having a lot of references to Christianity in it. As a public org it's best for us to be neutral, so I told her I that I respected her beliefs but needed to ask her if she would feel comfortable with me editing the quote or would she rather I ask someone else. She said she did not want to edit it and I told her I respected that. Four days later she texts me at 10:30 pm to tell me how much this offended her. I told her It had nothing to do with her beliefs or mine- only my desire to do our communications work up to the highest standard, that she is entitled to her feelings but that I stand by my decision. I get really tired of slapping a smile on my face and thanking people for their feedback. I have feelings and beliefs too, but I'm a professional. I'm proud of the fact that I was able to validate her feelings without apologizing for doing my job.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-07-14 01:18:02
ID: 64928
In response to a confession. I decided my job and friendship isn't worth my health, so I told the owner I'm not coming in anytime soon. So the studio is opening today without me. The owner hasn't told me if I will have a job there in the future. I don't think she knows yet. I'm a little sad, but mostly relieved. I made the right choice for me. And yes, I know how lucky I am to be able to make that decision and not have to worry about how I'm going to afford to eat.
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