Thursday, March 1, 2012

Go home! Get lost! Stay home! FECK!

I am so MAD.

Thank you SO much co-workers for bringing in your lovely colds. Thank you SO much for giving your sickness to me.

You say, "I don't get paid if I don't work." Well here's $50, keep your sorry ass at home! Talk to the fecking boss about sick wages for part-timers. Ask for full-time work. Get a fecking FLU SHOT. FIX the problem but don't make everyone else in the office sick just because you are!

FECK!

Well, guess what, I give up.

If you're gonna bring your germs to work well, by god, so am I. I'm gonna sneeze on ya and cough on ya and then go into the bathroom and smear my snot on the sink and the toilet and then lick the coffee maker for good measure.

I love the taste of coffee makers in the morning ...

22 comments:

  1. Oh man...don't tell me after all you've been through with your eyes you are now sick? Rats!!
    When I worked I would get so mad at these people who came in sick. It was like they thought they were saints or something. I did develop a few tactics. 1. pop a halls in your mouth if someone you are talking to is obviously under the weather. 2. as soon as possible take a vitamin c and an ecchinacea and 3. buy some "flue Killing pellets" from the homeopath and at the first sign of anything in yourself start taking it. Of course the best tactic I developed was in my last couple of years on the job...I worked from home.

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    1. YES. And I am so MAD that I could SPIT.
      Sigh.
      Thanks for the advice, Delores.
      Blargh.

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  2. People who go to work sick need attention really bad.

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    1. I'll give 'em attention - lots and lots of slimy, snotty attention. They'll be sorry ... MUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA...

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  3. I picture you standing on a desk in the middle of the office, coughing & hacking and fecking all over them! Love yur stuff Cuz.

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  4. Lick the coffee maker - that's great! Do it.

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  5. You get 'em! They deserve it.

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    1. "out with anger
      In with love!"

      love the Marie Curie advert
      thanks xxxx

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    2. Joanne, you look so SWEET in your picture!!! ;)

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    3. *looking for John's Marie Curie advert*

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  6. Har! Be sure to give everyone a big old hug as well. Wait! Hug the coffee maker and lick the co-workers!

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    1. Hehehehehehhehehe--- licking the co-workers..... HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

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  7. Friends share nothing if not disease. Only competition is photos of their kids.

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  8. I am now immune to everything, having licked everything at least once.

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    1. *looking at the flagpole outside in -12 degree weather, seeing Murr fully attached*

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  9. I'm at home now, cuz I'm sick. Someone on an airplane gave me mine, but I decided not to share the love. Feel better soon. And yes, lick that coffee pot. Better yet, sneeze and cough into your hands and rub them all over everyone's keyboards. Peace...

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    1. I think it's cute that we're sick together. Y'know, cute in a mucous-dripping red-nosed kind of way.

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  10. We have an advertisement for a cold/flu tablet which comes on every winter encouraging people to soldier on. Each time I see that ad I start to froth at the mouth and say bad things. The tablet reduces their symptoms but IS NOT A CURE. So they come in like good foot soldiers and infect every one around them. And these are also the people who do not have the manners to cover their mouths when they cough and their noses when they sneeze. Bah. Grrr.

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    1. I'm bah-ing and grrring right alongside you, EC... also I'm blowing my nose.

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