By smokeysarah94 - 04/03/2013 01:17 - Canada - Ottawa
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I always feel like the strange people at least provide something interesting to my job because there are too many of my coworkers who live to just clock in, work their shift and leave but it's always these people who complain about how boring their job is. A job is what you make it and I'd take a strange person over a boring one to entertain me anyday.
6, you would probably like working with me, I've been working retail since I was 14. I'm a bit ADHD so I'm usually not boring unless I'm absolutely lazy, and even then I have a way of making people laugh. I have a love/hate relationship with work, but who doesn't? :p
Haha a coworkers did this for me too! I understand and it sucks balls..so awkward!!
I have this exact same problem. From a very young age, I have always attracted every weirdo/wacko within a country mile. Keeps my life interesting to say the least. I wouldn't have it any other way. Normality is so over-rated!
One of my close friends (and former coworkers) has the same problem. When we worked together, the creepiest of creepers would bother her. None of us other girls had the problem, and none of us could figure out exactly WHY. It's not like she's any different from any of us!
We had to set up a buddy system for leaving work late at night. One of us would drive her (until she got her own car), or our boss would, because some of the weirdoes tried to FOLLOW HER HOME. I've had my share of creeps. My favourite was the middle-aged guy who approached me while I was walking my dog and told me I had "an awesome rack" and asked if I'd show him my tits. I was fifteen. And never happier to have an unfriendly, overprotective grump of a dog.
By code, she means dress code. She dresses up as Nicki Minaj, and then no one even looks at her anymore, voilà!
8: inappropriate is quite the subjective term but yes I see and acknowledge your point