Don't tell my boss, but I am doing the equivalent of standing in the corner behind the counter texting my friends instead of working. I've been observing some stuff:
~On the account of the economy, instead of buying hot red convertible sports cars, men in the midst of a mid-life crisis are now getting tattoos and shaving their chests. Being hairless and inked apparently screams I AM STILL YOUNG AND DON'T NEED VIAGRA.
~I keep hearing people say they want to be their own boss but I never see anyone with a boss actually doing anything resembling work. Being your own boss is hard. It involves doing actual work and frankly, it's overrated. Some days, being one of those people who gets paid $10 an hour to not really do anything because they weren't supposed to be there sounds not too bad. Have you tried to get service anywhere lately? Those people behind the counter texting their friends instead of helping you are getting paid to do nothing. Sounds good to me. Why would you want to quit that? Nobody pays me to text my friends all day.
~Online camera stores are the new equivalent of used car lots mixed with debt collection agencies recently profiled on Dateline. Why would threatening potential customers make them want to buy anything?
~That whole thing people tell you about new windows making your house less dusty and more energy efficient is a TOTAL LIE. Also, those energy saving lightbulbs don't really save you money if you have to replace them every 2 weeks because they burn out really fast. Also, they give off weird light. Also, they haven't made my bill any lower even when combined with my energy saving windows and doors.
~The new trend of people who facebook friend me because they "love u r books" then friend my relatives to ask for money or a job is just lame. Nobody is doing it the right way. That's the most annoying thing. If you want to scam someone out of some money, first try to buy a camera from a New York camera seller to see how they do it. I'd totally pay for a good story but so far, none have happened.
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