So I'm wondering how long it will take ding dong Overtime Hawg to realize that she can stop asking me to
switch days with her cuz I'm not doing it. She's denser than a fog over the San Fran Bay.
She called me yesterday and asked me to switch because her grandson is in a play, blah blah blah.
Well, isn't that special? Awww, too bad I'm not going to be home that weekend. The funny thing is that Boss #2
told me she originally asked Boss #1 to ask me, and she said, "Ask her yourself, but she won't do it." LOL! And yet she asked me anyway.
Denser than a bowl of my vegetable soup.
We got a new refrigerator at work yesterday, and I don't know, it must be a woman thing, but by
afternoon everyone of the chicks I work with called me to ask me how the new fridge was. Who cares?
It was all I could do not to reply with a sarcastic "it's white with shelves, what more do you need to know?" Eh, maybe
I'm just pissy because I got stuck cleaning the old one one out and restocking the new one but
appliances just don't get my motor running, ya know? They're a necessity and little else to me.
I guess I'm not thrilled either about the fact that the boss has her Christmas decorations all piled up for MOI to put out. I got stuck with this shit last year.
I said, "Maybe NightTimeChick will do it while she's here in the evening." The boss said, "Oh, no, she doesn't like to do that sort of stuff."
Yeah, because that "stuff" is WORK.
I was watching some of that USA show about how different people celebrate
Christmas called The Great American Christmas. I think the two gay dudes, Drew and Ted, were
trying way too hard. They were painful to watch. You should NEVER bring a gay lover home to a
family that is not accepting at Christmas time. The holidays are stressful enough without
throwing that into the mix. The gay dude's brother Bobby didn't even want to meet his brother's lover but he finally
gave in and called them to his house. They stood on the front step for about five minutes exchanging stiff "pleasantries" and then they left. Bobby showed up at his parents house to join the family on Christmas Day and in typical "happy ending" fashion, the narrator says, "Even though Bobby had only driven a few miles, he'd come a long way." Yeah, right. The dude couldn't even LOOK at his brother's S.O.
And I had to laugh at the Schullers giving
someone a Bible for Christmas. A minister giving Bibles as gifts. How original. The kids probably all get Jebus lunchboxes.