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November 28, 2008

Hurry, I'm Desperate

Author: Staff

Okay, so my boss is definitely a hypochondriac. She is absolutely annoying. Not only does she have a different "disease" every week, she is also a very large woman who seems to be content with being very large and very unhappy. She constantly wants us to accomodate her every whim, and she can't perform the necessary functions of a GS Rep. She says it's because of her "diseases", but really its just because she's lazy. I don't want to hurt her feelings, but it seems like that is how SHE makes HERSELF feel better. I recently caught her looking on WebMD on popular "diseases", and everytime I see WebMD on the days history, her "disease" seems to correspond with the most popular "disease" on the site. What is the best way to deal with this kind of person, being that she is my supervisor, and pretty much has a permanent position (pity position) as such? Please help, they say if you can't beat 'em, join 'em right? The problem is, I only want to beat her, or make her stop complaining and being lazy.

Hurry, I'm desperate...

UPSET GS Rep.

Posted by Staff on November 28, 2008 9:27 PM | DIGG | del.icio.us | furl


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