Posted by: anonymous
2021-03-29 12:53:14
ID: 66874
In response to a confession. My DH is kind of the same way. He has a great job, but he hates it. He's talked about finding a new job for 10 years. In that time, he's probably sent out half a dozen resumes. He's your typical entitled, middle class 50 year old white guy. His first job out of college was his dad's friend's company. Then he got hired on at his current job because a golf buddy was leaving and he recommended my DH be his replacement. He's still at that company. He does work hard, and he is good at what he does, so for those reasons, he doesn't believe he was given special treatment. He is completely delusional about how privileged his life has been. And he thinks opportunities should literally fall in his lap because they always have.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-03-28 18:44:36
ID: 66863
In response to a confession. Wow, delusional much? What normal adult man just thinks potential employers are going to find him somehow, somewhere, and just offer him a job? Good luck with that. Sounds like he doesn't really want to work.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-03-27 23:36:34
ID: 66852
My DH is the most arrogant job hunter I've ever met. He literally thinks companies will just reach out to him and offer him jobs. I tell him he has to APPLY FOR JOBS so people know he's interested. He also thinks that if he really wanted to, he could go back to being a mechanic (he was a mechanic when he was 20 and then quit to go to school for engineering) and I'm trying to tell him no auto shop will hire him when they can hire some 18 year old kid fresh out of school who will work for less and probably has a fresher skill set. He is just so clueless it isn't funny.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-03-25 23:06:45
ID: 66840
Screw you, Army! DH put in for vacation starting Saturday. We're staying at a $500/night resort and have things planned every day, including Saturday. We have to leave at 6am. Army decided not only is he working during the day Friday, but he comes home for a few hours and goes back at 9pm for a night shift. They told him "We'll give you an extra day of vacation", that'd be fine if my resort wasn't completely booked and they reimbursed us for day since he'll be spending it sleeping & have to change travel. All other resorts are booked, only crappy hotels are available, but we need the resort because of the perks that go with our plans (everything is pre-paid & nonrefundable), so we're going to lose a lot of $$ and cancel an event.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-03-25 01:14:12
ID: 66831
Flossing in the lunchroom where other people are sitting and eating is absolutely grotesque and disgusting! And that's all I need to know about you.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-03-24 00:54:55
ID: 66826
In response to a confession. Yeah, but apparently not one that OP's company makes. No need to be snarky.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-03-23 00:25:30
ID: 66821
In response to a confession. Too bad there are already a ton of different chewable melatonin pills already on the market.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-03-22 19:41:33
ID: 66819
My online training is earning CPE credits under my boss's name. Boo.
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Posted by: Spectra
2021-03-20 23:47:05
ID: 66807
Great. Found out from my boss that we have to develop a melatonin chewable tablet. This means we have to taste them at work. I am EXTREMELY sensitive to melatonin and 1/2 mg puts me out cold for 10 hours. I am going to be such a zombie at work until this dumb project is done.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-03-17 13:11:05
ID: 66794
In response to a confession. OMG WHO!?!?!?! I must know!
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