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  stacianichole  |  2

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."

  ShroomsOnAcid  |  16

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.


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

  NKG7896  |  3

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.

  dre_bro11  |  12

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...

  ihasbrains  |  10

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.

  _streets_  |  19

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.

  Supahnova  |  14

#7, would you rather work with miserable, grumpy assholes all day? Honestly, what's wrong with someone being /genuinely/ happy at work all of the time?

  rebekahah  |  7

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"