THIS AIN’T A SCENE, IT’S A
WE’RE GOING DOWN DOWN INANULLIARAN
AND SUGAR WE’RE GOING DOWN SWINGIN’
I’LL BE YANUMBAWAH WITHABULLIN
ALLUDIGA CORNFLAKES COCKITENBOOLIT
i think a lot people misunderstand that part of customer service is acting like you truly want to be at work. it’s not just putting on a happy face and greeting customers, a big part of it is giving the impression that you’re having a fantastic time at work and not letting on that you’re exhausted/your feet are killing you/you have a massive migraine/you just got your ass handed to you by your boss/etc…
i’ve had so many people tell me they want to work here because “it seems like you’re having so much fun”.
no booboo, i’m just getting paid to look like i’m having a lot of fun.
i don’t like talking with people about emotional stuff because then they learn things about me and get to know me and can defeat me
I’d never, ever hurt a lady but I’d be happy to punch a feminist.
It’d bring me great joy.
let’s take a second to laugh at how this nerdlord looks
can u imagine this dude throwin hands with anyone? literally anyone? just picture it. his weirdass steampunk peacoat would tear at the seams the moment he tried to raise a hand to defend himself. unless there are laser cannons in those fuckin marykate olsen sunglasses i dont think hes going to last any longer than the Josh Macedo Bowtie Wave that has left him stranded on these weathered shores
people act like it’s some kind of revolutionary subversion of gender roles when men do things like bake or paint, as if those things as crafts and trades have not historically been and are not still dominated by men, as if women pursuing them are not marginalized and reduced to hobbyists, i’m just saying is all