By Unemployed - / Wednesday 30 September 2009 09:03 / Malaysia
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  leiziueyes  |  0

Don't judge the guy. I'm a pretty productive person when it comes to doing things, but meetings and classes aren't stimulating enough so I fall asleep. I hate it when people think I sleep because I'm not interested, because that's not true.

  dsl135  |  0

HAHAHA, fantastic. That's exactly what I was thinking... "Oh, its not that I'm not interested, its just not stimulating..." Same thing, moron!


That is why leiziueyes will get fired in the future. I mean, come on, who in the hell wants to be at work? I have a really cool job and i dont even want to be here most of the time, but guess what? I dont fucking sleep at work


Similar but not the same thing. I understand what leiziueyes is trying to say.
Work =/= meetings.
So he could be interested in the topic, it's related to his work after all. But meetings might be boring, hence not stimulating enough.

  HaveNoShame  |  3

Yeah, it's tough to stay awake through some boring meeting where endless sales figures or company projections are being listed. But there's a big difference between starting to feel drowsy 45 minutes into a long, dry presentation, and dropping off before you even know the purpose of the "emergency" meeting. That's pretty nonchalant.

By  plexico  |  3

Bad shit happens when you fall asleep in meetings.

You get volunteered to do the worst tasks. You get assigned to supply the main dish at the company picnic. Your douchebag colleagues snap cell phone pics of you dozing and mass e-mail them all over the company. The office prankster dips your in warm water and then they video your crotch. This goes on to YouTube with your full name posted.

Getting laid off is merely a slightly worse-than-average consequence for falling asleep in a meeting.

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