My boss asked me to re-design our assembly instructions over a year ago. When I finished it, I sent it to him.
We never updated those instructions and he re-designed them himself about half a year later.
Our shipping department ran out of instructions and asked me to print them more the other day. I decided to try using my re-designed instructions, so our sales manager is looking over them to make them “more accurate” (aka make them more complicated than they need to be, but whatever).
My boss walked into her office and asked what they were, as if he had never seen them before.
We don’t have a receptionist at work anymore, so people will often walk inside and wander down the hall looking for someone. This used to only consist of FedEx delivery people looking for a signature, and we put a bell by the front door for people to ring so we’d know it was a visitor.
We got a crazy guy in last week who wanted to sell us his art. He walked down the hall, shouted “Marco!” and walked into my office. He sounded just like my boss, so I assumed it was him, but when I turned around in my chair (my back is to the door) I was surprised to see a stranger.
He rambled on about wanted to sell us his art and whatever, and eventually left. I immediately made a sign saying “Visitors: please ring bell for assistance” and sat it on the receptionist desk next to the bell, in large bold letters, because people obviously hadn’t been noticing it.
When I came in this morning, my sales manager had replaced my sign with a tiny sliver of paper, smaller than the bell itself, with a script font that says “Visitor bell”. It is about the length of my thumb and completely unnoticeable.
And it doesn’t just piss me off that no one is ever going to see that sign, or that she replaced my sign. It pisses me off that whenever anyone in the office does anything, she has to re-do it to fit her standards, which are not only less reasonable most times (I swear, she is the least organized office manager I’ve ever met), but this also wastes everyone’s time.
CARD WARS!!! #adventuretime #target #floopthepig
If I ever win a large sum of money and don’t need to work for a while, I’m going to spend the first week playing video games non-stop.
I don’t know if this has been said before, but the main character of Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs looks like Gavin Free.
I see it.
Main character’s name is Flint Lockwood, btw
Good morning from #SparrowtheCat (at Home In Catonsville)
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Secondary world language.
#Cremesoda is the best soda. #soda #boylan #glassbottle
Brawly actually turned his gym into a gym. It’s finally been done.
The gym gym is finally reborn
Can we spend a minute to notice that the exercise bikes are Pokéball shaped? How many things in the Pokémon world are Pokémon themed?
There’s bedspreads and statues and road signs, all with the Pokéball symbol on it. You can’t go into a single store without seeing some sort of Pokémon themed item for sale.
And yeah, there are lots of aspects of life that revolve around Pokémon. But there have got to be some people in the world that just don’t care about Pokémon.
Like, there is some accountant or something, some job that a Pokémon can’t do, and every day on their morning commute they see Pokémon trainers flying overhead on their Staraptors. They go to a cafe for their lunch break and the plates are shaped like Voltorbs. They drive home and see billboards advertising Pokémon food.
At the end of the day, they go home and turn on the tv and it’s just endless channels of Pokémon battles and news reports about Team Rocket stealing a Pokémon and commercials for Pokémon boutiques and they are just like, “If I see another goddamn Pokéball shaped thing I’m going to fucking lose it.”
wtf is wrong with people