Category Archives: Need New Job
Joie & Prentice Shenanigans: WE’RE BAAAACK!
You may have felt a slight earthquake beneath your feet a week ago. Sorry about that. It was just Joie and me creating another Earth shattering collaboration. It’s been a while, so the world was less prepared for it than … Continue reading
Receptionist Ass, Meet Insanoflex!
Spoiler Alert: This is my formal announcement that I’m back to the occupational drawing board. Yes, I was laid off again. If you’d like to hear the whole story, buy me a beer. Otherwise, let’s move on to something more … Continue reading
The Ten Dollar Poem
Happy Wednesday, Everybody. I know it’s been a while since I wrote a magnificent poem for this blog, but that’s changing today. I’ve been toying with this idea of my ten dollar poem for a while now. It started when … Continue reading
Spooky Shenanigans and Sheisty Tea
Happy Discounted Candy Day, Everybody! Take a look at my awesome jack-o-lantern I made. It’s a pedo-tastic masterpiece, and I created him all by myself. If that and the fact that my aunt and I scored a Words With Friends … Continue reading
Cee Lo Green & The Little Caesars Girl
Today I’m going to commemorate one of the most impressive people I’ve ever seen within fifty feet of me. No. This person is no executive or manager or musical performer or superhero or anything like that. I’m talking about the … Continue reading
When Timesheets Attack!
Anybody who has ever talked for me for more than an hour or so probably knows that I hate doing timesheets at work. It’s my least favorite task. I’ve gotten pretty good at finishing them quickly though, much like ripping … Continue reading
I am the Ultimate Morale Booster
So, this probably isn’t news to you, but I am an amazing source to boost morale in the office. The things I’m mostly known for are the fridge poems, listening to people vent, being quirky and participating in any variety … Continue reading
Mindless Tasks at the Chocolate Factory
I know the Oompa Loompas had to do some weird jobs for Willy Wonka, but I’m sure they understood the logic and reasoning behind it, as whimsical and eccentric as it may have been. There is a lot going on … Continue reading