1.15.2009

Happy Drinking Game Friday urrybody!

The Quitting Your Job Drinking Game!
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Rules
Drink when:
- You walk into work, heart pounding, palms sweating, like you're about to break up with someone
- Tasks you would never normally do seem inexplicably important to complete before you talk to your boss about quitting
- You consult with a friend about how you should quit
- You text a friend "I'M NERVOUS"
- You remind yourself of all the things that piss you off about your job to give you the adrenaline needed to confront your boss
- You inevitably fumble your well-planned quitting speech
- Every time you say "um"
- Every time you say "I'm so sorry"
- Your boss tells you that he just doesn't know how he's going to fill these shifts
- Every time you compromise your schedule and agree to work on days you clearly can't work because you feel guilty
- You justify working more shifts (even though you promised yourself you wouldn't) because this means you'll be making more money
- You realize that you'll be working during Inauguration weekend/day/week and it will be hell on earth not worth all the tea in China
- You suddenly adopt a "fuck this noise" attitude, walk out mid-shift and go to Cosi's to get a slammin' bowl of soup and spend the rest of the day catnapping

...See you all Monday morning when hopefully I'll be an ex-bartender and full-time young professional again...

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17 comments:

Bradley James said...

It should be "all the booze in Scotland, not "All the tea in China." Tea doesn't get you fucked up. I love your blog, BTW.

2 Birds, 1 Blog: The sardonic voice of 20-somethings everywhere, Monday through Friday. said...

Hmm, point taken.

And thank you!

Anna said...

GOOD LUCK TODAY MEGLET! i wishes you allest of the luck and cant wait for your return to the 9-5 where we will take turns de-ledging each other once again!

"Meg, I'm crying in the bathroom...should I quit this second?!"


"Anna the Meek just pushed me down a flight of stairs, should I backhand her?!"

ashleigh said...

remember! channel the wax! it's like you don't even know you're doing something he might dislike!

2 Birds, 1 Blog: The sardonic voice of 20-somethings everywhere, Monday through Friday. said...

I haven't quit yet!!! I'm so nervous!!! My boss comes in at 5. You have no idea how hardcore I'm channeling the Wax. They're going to ask me to work this weekend and I'm going to Wax my way out of it.

But frankly at the moment I want to take Andrew's advice and just never come back after today. Man that would be easy.

Anonymous said...

let's drink bloody marrys and retire!!!!!!! and have diane judge us!! oh wait, we don't live with our parents anymore, see ya never ex- judgmental roomies!
Talia

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