Category Archive: Workplace Merriments

things I think about at work.

The Flake Who Cried Wolf

The Flake Who Cried Wolf

I have very few pet peeves. 1. Passive Aggressiveness 2. Beating Around the Bush 3. Making me Wait 4. Interrupting Others 5. a) NOT LISTENING TO RULES 5. b) Not …

 

What a Performance

What a Performance

For the last month or so I’ve been interning at my old highschool, SAAS, teaching and directing theater alongside my mentor Paul. Today during the …

 

With Love, From Me, to You

With Love, From Me, to You

Dear Rachel, I am going to write you a time capsule. A year from now, when you go stalking your own blog re-reading and re-rendering post …

 

That’s What I Said

That’s What I Said

Today during the festive hours I spent at the lovely Allstar Fitness (many of which were spent heeding Niko’s domestic requests nothing short of clipping …

 

Superficial/Fly

Superficial/Fly

I’d rather be alone than waste my time with the wrong person. I spend far too much time getting ready in the morning. I pay careful …

 

I’m a Yes Man

I’m a Yes Man

I’ve never really considered myself an athlete. I’ve engaged briefly in almost every sport (except basketball because I’m short and semi/full-retard), tasting the different ingredients …

 

If Only I Could Braid My Own Hair

If Only I Could Braid My Own Hair

I (in la madre’s words) am an incredibly dedicated employee. I will cover your shift and cancel my plans to do so. I will stay …

 

This Makes Sense

This Makes Sense

I’m already off on the wrong foot. (Actually, I’m laying on my stomach.) When I was a child (how proper), I had the most fantastic …

 

Cumulasmic Tellings; Teach a Man to Oozle

Cumulasmic Tellings; Teach a Man to Oozle

Cumulative efforts of my thoughts once again resolve themselves in multiple conclusions, to which I haven’t yet fused a single thought. Forgive me, my story/ies …

 

Easier Dispensed than Spent

Easier Dispensed than Spent

I have a horrible tendency to let myself down in lieu of others. It’s completely partial to my people-pleasing aesthetic and partly compelled by my …