By mybossisanass - 23/04/2013 08:17 - United States
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That's F'ed up on so many levels. Time for you to find a new job and, apparently, a new boy friend.
96 - For starters, manners have absolutely nothing to do with this. Sure, the boss is a bitch, and that's certainly unethical use of authority, but the sad fact is that's life. Those who are willing to abuse power to get what they want, tend to get what they want. They also tend to end up with no true friends/loved ones, because most people eventually see them for what they are.
Abuse of power? OP said she needed the double shifts. She should have kept a balance between her relationship and work or spoken with her boyfriend beforehand. If she just kept taking overtime, no wonder he felt unwanted. Her boss gave her the means, but OP accepted the overtime willingly.
If your boyfriend still decides to leave you after this is explained, he didn't need to stay your boyfriend anyway.
4 - Maybe her boyfriend didn't believe her? I mean, if I didn't show up at home until very late for a while, I don't think "My boss is trying to break us up by making me work a lot" would be a believable excuse. It sounds like an excuse that's made up on the spot. But then again, if the OP's been trustworthy in the relationship, I don't see why her boyfriend wouldn't believe her.
Sucks OP, but isn't there a law that protects you against working an extreme amount of hours?
Depends on where you live. If it's the US, different states have different restrictions. Only ones I know are for NY, where an employer has to give you 8 hours between shifts, and you can't work 6 hours without a half hour break. I doubt there are laws restricting total work week hours (other than mathematical/physics laws, of course).
There's always some dumb bitch trying to ruin other relationships. Hopefully in their case, that bitch is karma.
Wait, OP, the boss is a her and you had a boyfriend? Giggity giggity
Do you have any idea how hard it is to get house paint off a car? It's amazing! No particular reason I posted that here. Just an interesting observation.
Since you guys are going out on a nice starry night to plant flowers; the extra thick trash bags will cover them nicely but might suffocate them on the way, so use holes. The chloroform will do an amazing job if used on a soft cloth to gently but forcefully put that bitc- those flowers to sleep. You also have to use those knot tricks you learned during the time you took the Boy Scout up here. *sigh* It makes me happy to see people work together to save the world; one idi- flower at a time.
See if there are any pig farms in there area it's a great way to get rid of any compost waste you may have left over from planting the flowers they can even eat bones so if you've been hitting up KFC a lot it's a great Eco friendly way to dispose of your "remains"