By Anonymous - 25/05/2017 04:00

Today, my boss held a meeting to talk about how we can't overlook others and no one should pick favorites. I walked out unemployed when I pointed out that she completely ignored the person who made the biggest sale in company history and constantly gave her son raises for mediocre work. FML
I agree, your life sucks 5 821
You deserved it 994

Same thing different taste


HR and the boss are probably one in the same since family are employed in a direct working relationship... so telling HR is a pointless endeavour.

The old: do what I say, not what I do!

Druu 53

You don't: know how to use colons correctly.

An acceptable use for colons is script dialogue. For example; Batman: I'm Batman. If he's using it like that, he's not wrong, at least by descriptive grammar rules.

Hats off! I love how you roasted and smoked her right in her face after the BS "no favouritism" talk.

If you criticized a child to his mother you must be new to this life.

mariri9206 32

Ring, ring. "Hello, HR?" Ring, ring. "Hello, Department of Labor?" Ring, ring. "Hello, Lawyer."

species4872 19

Predictable outcome. Tough situation.

If FML teaches you anything kids, is that you *don't* criticise the boss.

Nepotism occurs in more places than we want. Doing the right thing from a managers point of view is shaded by such. That is why Human Resources exist.

ohsnapword 21

That sounds like a toxic place to work anyway.

TheyCallMeDamien 17

How did you see that playing out in your head?