By Anonymous - / Thursday 25 May 2017 04:00 /
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  rickAUS  |  16

HR and the boss are probably one in the same since family are employed in a direct working relationship... so telling HR is a pointless endeavour.

  RaylanGivens  |  13

An acceptable use for colons is script dialogue. For example; Batman: I'm Batman. If he's using it like that, he's not wrong, at least by descriptive grammar rules.

By  mariri9206  |  32

Ring, ring. "Hello, HR?" Ring, ring. "Hello, Department of Labor?" Ring, ring. "Hello, Lawyer."

By  species4872  |  19

Predictable outcome. Tough situation.

By  ohsnapword  |  17

That sounds like a toxic place to work anyway.


Today, one of my regular customers asked when we were getting married. I told him as much as I would love that, I didn't think my boyfriend would be very happy. He called me a "stuck up b*tch" and informed me he only comes to my line because he can always see through my shirt. He is 72. And married. FML

By peejay6831 - / Monday 23 September 2013 06:27 / United States
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