At my job we have an inter-office chat where your co-workers can hit you up about whatever they have a question about, or just general shenanigans. We can put little inspirational quotes above our names that give glimpses into the inner psyche of you as a worker bee.
Here is mine:
and she wouldn’t give it to me!!!!
No one’s gotten it.
PS I did not green-light that photo of me. It’s the cruel image that the sadistic people that take our ID photos took. And for some reason it’s linked to everything I do at the office.
At the end of the work day my energy is sucked dry and I’m left a shallow husk of a person.
me at 5PM
To compensate (and more accurately, self-medicate) I like to drink box wine and watch music videos on YouTube endlessly until I eventually fall asleep watching Law & Order: UK
because all of the episodes are free on YouTube.
While I have a great affinity for pop music from the late 90s and early 2000’s, I am pretty confused about YouTube’s recent suggestion for me. Because one these things is not like the other:
Enter the Dragon
Is this some media push by YouTube to make Sisqo relevant again? Because I’m only into Dru Hill era Sisqo; I hate thongs. Though, to be fair, I did listen to this once the recommendation was made. You win this time, Sisqo.
A few years ago I was on the phone with my mom and was telling her about my weekend plans and she responded with this direct (and haunting) quote:
You’ve got your cats and your knitting…sounds like you’re really clickin’ your heels over there in Philadelphia.
So…I tried to brush that off, but upon some re-inspection I might have to reevaluate all of my life choices, and drink a bottle [box] of wine, and cry while shout-singing “Part of Your World” to my feline companions.
Friday night. Just got paid. My cat found my knitting
…like, it’s not a GREAT feeling when even your cat kind of disrespects you
I’m ready to know what the people know!!!!!!
For the last several years when someone was talking about this person:
I thought they were talking about this person:
American record producer and former co-president of Columbia Records
For the last several years I thought legendary record producer Rick Rubin changed his career and became a rapper that loved talking about weed.
Outside of this:
Funemployment has taken a dark turn to focus on Dre, cats, and Microsoft paint
Zero – no fucks. Not a single one
The Cheez-its are an arrow pointing to the stars in reverence for this song:
Cause when you are facing cardiac arrest by pizza, truly the “only way is up,” from there.
Did I mention that this was a microwavable pizza for one? Cause, yes.
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