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    Category: Rude & Risque

    Your Brain Is Totally Checked Out

    | Houston, TX, USA | At The Checkout, Bosses & Owners, Employees, Rude & Risque

    (Our new cashier is a little ditzy. He is talking to the floor manager when a customer walks up to his register. It should be noted that he and the manager are not chatting, but talking about work and are not friends outside of work.)

    Manager: “[Cashier], check out that woman.”

    Cashier: *exaggerated look up and down her body* “Nice!”

    Manager: “[Cashier], ring her UP!”

    Married To The Job

    | Denver, CO, USA | Language & Words, Rude & Risque

    (I am a receptionist at a bank.)

    Me: *answering phone* “Good morning! This is Banker’s Life!”

    (Next call.)

    Friend: “Good morning! This is Banker’s Life!”

    (Next call.)

    Friend: “Good morning! This is the banker’s wife! Um… oh, dear!”

    Sleeping On The Job

    | Salt Lake City, UT, USA | Language & Words, Rude & Risque

    (I work in the human resources department for a large company, with a centralized HR model. My job is to answer the phone calls of employees, and I usually start out with a greeting and asking who I am speaking with. Only today I slipped up:)

    Me: “This is [My Name], may I ask who am I sleeping with?”

    Endowed With Knowledge

    | WY, USA | Bosses & Owners, Language & Words, Rude & Risque

    (I work as a cashier at a popular craft store in my area. A customer has asked me a question I don’t know the answer to and it just happens that my manager is up front talking to my supervisor. I escort the customer over to ask the manager to help us.)

    Me: “Here’s my manager! He’ll be able to help answer your question!”

    Supervisor: “Yep, he’s very well endowed!”

    (There’s a very long pause as she and everyone else processes what she just said.)

    Supervisor: *who is now a bright red* “Oh d***, I meant well INFORMED! WELL INFORMED!” *we’re all laughing at her at this point* “I’m never going to live this down, am I?”

    (Nope, she’s never gonna live it down!)

    You And I Can Write A Bad Office Romance

    | Buffalo, NY, USA | Bad Behavior, Bosses & Owners, Coworkers, Rude & Risque

    (I have a boss who is a pretty hard worker, but has no clue about being professional with his workers. When we go out after a long night to have drinks, he always tags along even if he works early the next day. One night I get crazy drunk and hook up with him, which I really regret. I am terrified it’d be weird at work, but he makes me swear to not tell anyone because he’d lose his job. I figure we are cool, but a couple days after I leave the job for a different position, I am getting a lot of calls and texts from former coworkers, asking me to come over and hang out with them. Finally, I have enough.)

    Me: “Okay, what is going on? Why is everyone trying to get in my pants?”

    Former Coworker: “Oh, [Boss] said you guys were hooking up all the time at work and that we needed to lay off trying to get with you because you guys were an item. Now he’s mad because he says he dumped you and you had to take the new job so you didn’t have to see him anymore. He said you were good to go with the rest of us, though, so wanna hang out?”

    (Definitely didn’t appreciate that he’d given all those guys my number, too, since I never gave it out. I had to block everyone in my phone from that place. Moral of the story is don’t make mistakes with classless people from a crappy place of work!)

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