Dumb F*** Moments

At the moment I am trying to log on to work. Mainly cause I forgot my time sheet and I do like getting paid. I have loads of bills and other things to, well, pay myself.

I am about to start studying again too. Think I'll clean my room [again] and shower then curl up with some chocolate and my textbook.

Also does anyone else think that Friday's normally result in no work? Like I got stuff done but feel... I don't know, unaccomplished

Oh I got to be someones passport person today! So that was cool

And yeah not much else. really avoiding study

Oh god one last thing;

Angelica: Liz can you process this cheque?
Liz: Sure, sure throw it on my desk
Liz picks up cheque and throws into the jumbled up pile of already processed cheques sitting on her desk
Randomly looks around
Liz: Angelica... where is the cheque?

One of those mortifying OMG I'm a dumb fuck moments


P.S: I will stop swearing I swear
P.S.S: ALSO someone be a dear and text me to pack my calculator for my exam tomorrow


littel-philow-cat said...

Oh, Lizzie, we all have those. I'll be bagging customer's goods on a Friday afternoon, and I'll attempt to make lame conversation. I'll ask them 'do you want a bag for that at all?' as I hand over their bagged goods and get weird looks as I realise I haven't given them much choice.

Don't forget to pack your calculator for your exam tomorrow!

Best of luck!

Anonymous said...

lol I didnt forget my calculator but I did forgot how to do share allocation journal entries

LOL that is true. I remember when I worked at Mitre 10 I said have a fantastic day and then served another customer who got up me when I said to him have a great one

I was like I try to vary my hello and good buys cause trust me you go nuts after a couple of hours. Eventually I stopped saying hi. But when you work that long standing and talking to people by the end of it you dont care what they are doing and how they are feeling. Or I should say you dont really want to pretend too anymore

nothing to do with what we are talking about. think its lack of sleep

littel-philow-cat said...

LOL I get that too. I don't get customers whinging about the inconsistency of greetings, but I do worry that someone will feel left out if I'm chirpy and 'HI! How are you today?' to one customer, and 'would you like a bag with that?' to the next. I try and make a spur-of-the-moment decision on how quickly they want to get away from me. I mean, it gets embarrassing having a 'hi! how are you?' go unacknowledged.

Seriously. The ensuing awkward silence is TERRIBLE. You price the items and weakly as if they'd like a plastic bag. I always feel so defeated

Liz, go to sleep. :P

Anonymous said...

lol well I rather like those people. I mean they know you dont really care so they dont bother trying to go ohh at it. so I kind of respect them from not pretending to give a damn