So today when cleaning my room I came across my old visor. McDonald's was my workplace for a little over a year. First things first I want to say that if you think working in fast food coins you as an unintelligent individual, you are extremely wrong. Perhaps some people who work there could have strived for a better education, a better career, but to brand all of us with the stupid label is incredibly insulting to those of us who are not brain dead robots. I truly cared about my job, and that sounds
Oh. I suddenly remembered something. My mother was telling me how my aunt forgot to put up the wet floor signs, so she asked my uncle to help her to put it up and then he SCOLDED her and said if someone falls down, itíll be her fault.
My mum was like, new things have to take a while to get used to, and I agreed with her. And I think my grandma or aunt or mum agreed, and then I just exploded in agreement.
ďMy uncle! All he knows how to do is talk! Weíre the ones wiping
Me: Hrm. Kinda hungry. Thought of going down to buy noodles.
Mum: What? But itís so late!
Me: Yeah. I think I better not.
Mum: Thereís instant noodles in the cupboard.
Me: Nah, donít want that. Hrm. Itís okay. Iíll just eat some of my baby cousinís sweets. Lol, she has so many.
Mum: Youuuuu ahhhh!!!!
Me: Ah, itís like that. When I start a new exercise regime, I get very hungry. Have to take a while to get used
Updated 09-14-2014 at 09:47 AM by Reluctanine
Mum: Your uncleÖ he said why I didnít register onto the scheme for him.
Me: What. Thatís his problem. Why do you have to do it for him.
Mum: Exactly! He said why we never tell him, and I told him we already told him, he didnít do anything about it.
Me: Yeah, I told him I think two times.
Mum: Yeah, I heard you tell him a few times and he didnít do anything about it! And he even ask me to do it for him afterwards. Iím not under contract
Recently, I embarked on an ill-advised attempt to tritype people in the "What is my type" folder, and discovered I was relying far too much on peoples' responses to the questionnaires and not looking more carefully at what they weren't saying. I fell into the trap of seeing the stereotypes and keywords as direct indicators of type. It was a complete and utter disaster, and I sincerely apologize to those I may have misled in my reckless desire to help others. I will learn from this experience