135
Add a comment
You must be logged in to be able to post comments!
Create my account Sign in
Top comments
Comments
Reply

That might be a generalization. I think many of them concealed their sociopathic tendencies and seemed 'normal' and 'well-adjusted' even though they were actually batshit insane in their basements making dead lady skin suits. Who ever sees THAT coming? "I just had a feeling Fred was frying brains next door."

Reply

4, That's how they disperse any feeling of suspicion people might have against them. If they were a person you might suspect of being capable of murder, they wouldn't last long enough outside the bars to commit enough murders to qualify for being a serial killer. It just has to be the person you'd never think would do it.

Reply

Well when it comes down to it, at virtually every job you have to maintain a sense of seriousness and professionalism. This includes keeping a physical and emotional distance with other coworkers. You can't be bouncing about all of the time

Reply

Theres always that one waiter thats too happy and smiles too much at a restaurant. i dont know if you are one or not but i can see where your boss is coming from.

Reply

I don't get it. Either OP is one of those really annoying people who sticks right in everyones face when he/she's happy, or OP's boss and coworkers just don't like being happy...

Reply

74 - There is another definition of 'gay' that is not as commonly used anymore. And that would be 'happy' in a very gleeful and cheerful way. Not gay as in homosexual.

Reply

I understand that, I work with someone who is always just a little to nice and cheerful. It does creep me out sometimes, and their laugh, holy shit, when they are really happy, she sounds like a screaming cat.

Reply

Smiley people are okay to a certain extent. It really starts to bug me, though, when their smiles are all smug just kind of saying "ha-ha I'm happy and you're not"

Loading data…