Hating Your Job–Lafemmeroarism #2

You know you hate your job when you’d rather be in HELL than sit behind your desk.

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30 Responses to Hating Your Job–Lafemmeroarism #2

  1. Abby says:

    There’s a difference?

  2. Right about now, I can think of several places I’d rather be than in my office…but thankfully hell isn’t one of them! I guess I don’t hate my job thaaaaat much 🙂

  3. sayali611 says:

    Err..I have bad days but I love my job. Don’t kick me out of CCC, I’ll really try and pretend well for you all

    • Lafemmeroar says:

      You’re a CC and will always be. It’s okay to love your job … 🙂 I love writing and blogging, but sometimes I feel like that chick in the picture ’cause I’d rather be inside a movie theater or lunching with a friend or anything else at the moment. We all have these days 🙂

      • sayali611 says:

        Hmm I do have days when I want to use the stapler not on the papers but somewhere so my boss/colleague/client screams, so yeah count me back in again. Crazy always! 😛

  4. I thought you would be a lil more elaborate but I get the message

  5. beider says:

    I love my job, becoming a programmer was one of the best decisions I ever made. Good pay, flexible hours, can work from home, can slack off and read websites without anyone noticing. Sure everyone thinks you are a complete geek when you tell them what you work with, but still worth it 🙂

    Even though I hope to one day turn my hobby of self improvement into more of a job, being paid to teach guys how to flirt with girls sounds like a good deal to me ^^

  6. Aurora says:

    LMAO LFR your comments are as entertaining as your blog. Desk hells are all relative I have found and nothing compared to the hells of online dating… at least desk hell is usually monotonously predictable to a fair degree. Those horned toads can be shocking, disgusting and so revolting, I can see why some women say if it doesn’t improve, they might consider joining the other team. Oh dear, I blather. On your blog.Sorry (do that when I’m tired). Love’em or hate’em we can’t live without men and jobs are kind of in that same category for many of us, don’t you think?

  7. I agree! I hate my job, my hubby always says get a new one but I can’t!! Kate already took my job ;-P

  8. Doctor Shoko says:

    You know you hate your job when you start wondering whether you can fit in the kitchenette’s freezer.

  9. hawleywood40 says:

    OMG – I’ve had one of those days where I probably look like that woman! I appreciate having a job, but sometimes it just feels like a hamster wheel that sucks away brain cells I’d rather use writing ….. Yep. I’m one of those who lives for the weekends : ).

  10. Alexandra says:

    Oh, man, I had a PT job that I HATED.

    I mean, I nightmared about this place and boss.

    I quit verbally 3 times, she kept emailing me with work and leaving me cell ph messages.

    I finally typed up a formal resignation.

    She said, “you should’ve let me know this was coming.”

    What in the world???????

    • Lafemmeroar says:

      BFH = Boss(es) from Hell think that the world revolves around them. They are oblivious as to how much they are despised and they think every one is their slave just because they have the power to hire and fire.

  11. eva626 says:

    id quite my job if it was like that… but i dont work yet so ..LUCKY ME lol

  12. Ruth D. says:

    That has to be a really, really, crappy job. Like super crappy. 😉

  13. hollyjb says:

    I think I would take boredom with an above minimum wage pay rather than work in fast food…..

    • hollyjb says:

      Which is what I have to look forward to upon arrival back in Canada.

    • Lafemmeroar says:

      Wow, your comment just brought back memories. I’ve never worked in fast food, but I think the first job I ever had is the worst. I was a surveyor in the mall. We carried around clip boards asking people if they wanted to take a quick survey. Shoppers avoided us like flies. I’d hide my face behind the clip board when I saw my friends, I was on my feet all day and I suffered the indignity of getting yelled at by strangers when they saw me approaching. It taught me to develop a thick face and I actually got pretty good at it so I got the super hard surveys like birth control pills. I was only 17 and getting a girl like me to ask people about contraception was embarrassing and I couldn’t keep a straight face. I did it and I’m glad I never have to carry a clip board again.

      • hollyjb says:

        Well, at least I don’t get yelled at very often, hardly ever. My customers love(d) me. I know that it gives you good training (McDonald’s anyway) and I tend to nit-pick on the service of other fast food restaurants (same chain or different) because I know what was expected of us where I worked. I just feel like as someone who had a university degree (yeah!) I’m wasted there. Or rather, I feel like it’s below me. I feel bad about feeling that, but it’s the truth. I do have fun when I’m there (most of the time) and I’ve made good friends, I just don’t want to have to admit where I work when people ask….especially now that I’ve graduated.

        • Lafemmeroar says:

          You’ll be surprised how much knowledge you can pick up from working fast food (at least that what friends have told me). I guess it’s not about the literal duties, but understanding what goes on behind the scenes and how you can leverage that information in a job interview.

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