By Moose - 02/08/2016 11:18 - Poland

Today, my boss signed and sent me back my timesheet. He named the PDF file "Timeshit". Now I don't know whether he's terrible at spelling, or just expressed his view of my job. FML
I agree, your life sucks 13 685
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"How best do I convey to my employee that I don't find his work satisfactory? Telling him might be ambiguous. OH! I'll name his timesheet 'timeshit'! Clear as day!"

I don't see FML with this, rather it hilarious to me.

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I don't see FML with this, rather it hilarious to me.

I wouldn't doubt that whole spelling thing, there are people who spell "Oreo" as "Orio."

Autocorrect strikes again.

if auto correct were to strike again this wouldnt be an fml

That's absolutely fucking hilarious!! Hope you keep your job.

Why would they lose their job? They don't name it; the other person did.

@20 I think #4 means that they hope OP keeps his job because this could mean that the boss doesn't like his performance and therefore, will fire him.

"How best do I convey to my employee that I don't find his work satisfactory? Telling him might be ambiguous. OH! I'll name his timesheet 'timeshit'! Clear as day!"

Probably neither, he probably just thinks he's funny.

Sometimes I'll name files ridiculous things that don't mean anything. I could see myself doing this.

Probably just meant Timeshift, and forgot the f.

Does he speak Spanish? Because in Spanish you pronounce "i" as "e" in English, so he could have gotten confused.

OP's from Poland. Depending on the age of OP's boss, he may not know English very well, not living in an English-speaking country and all. In former socialist countries, younger people generally know very good English, while 40+ generation did not have many chances to practise when they were young.

Also, in Polish, too, like in a lot of other languages, you would pronounce "i" as "e" in English. I could definitely see someone who has only ever /heard/ the word "timesheet" and not read it, and who has limited knowledge of the English language, spell it as "timeshit".

Never mind the boss..what do you think matters..!

um not really, the boss has control over whether he keeps his job or not, so it kinda matters what he thinks

Unless you really suck at your job I 99.9% sure he meant time sheet.