Could not be more bored
How boring is this meeting?
Rather do burpees
that last one.. is how I feel every day at work.
I am so sorry. I will say this, of all of the things I could complain about regarding work, boredom is not usually one of them. Today was an anomaly, which is probably why I was such an impatient baby about it. A boring job is pretty close to my version of hell for me, but everyone has their own pet peeves, vices and priorities. Some would hate the unpredictability and inconsistencies of mine.
I am with you there on a boring job. I have been spending my boredom getting paid to search and apply for something less boring. And to think .. this job is “in my field” .. I did not go to grad school to be bored. That’s for sure. Anyway, I am being a spoiled brat now. Must go back to doing something “productive”.
Talking to myself
A one person department
Yes! Much less frustrating.
No, I still get frustrated. I just can’t complain to my boss about how much of PITA my direct report is. =)
Before posting, I did pause to think if I could recall if anyone from work subscribed to this blog. I don’t think they do but I stopped worrying about it when I remembered they had to sit through this snoozer too.
If you get in trouble, you could always say it’s not against the law or company policy to exercise the First Amendment……..
I’m self employed so I work at their discretion. They could choose to cancel or not renew my contract but I think I’m safe.
Me too. You would have found out by now. =) And everyone hates meetings just as much as the next person, no matter how much they deny it.
I am not having a boring day…haven’t in a while (would almost kill for just one)…but did need the laugh I got when I read the haiku and the cartoons! Love it!
I thought the Dilbert comic was a nice find. I’m tempted to send it around to colleagues the next time I get pissy in a meeting. Instead of apologizing, I think it will sufficiently explain the reason for my moodiness.
Been reading Haiku
Running – Time to say Thank-You
Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:
You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change )
You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change )
You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change )
You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change )
Connecting to %s
Notify me of follow-up comments via email.
Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
Join 1,213 other followers
Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.