When I watch you, I wanna do you right where you’re standing
Right on the foyer, on this dark day, right in plain view
Of the whole ghetto. The boots stomp meadows, but we ignore that
You’re lovely, baby. This war is crazy. I won’t let you down
No, I won’t let them take you, won’t let them take you
Hell no no, oh no, I won’t let them take you, won’t let them take you
Hell no no.
buying a new bra and just having a moment of oOoOoOoOo
i work with a kid who’s 28. he’s been in community college since he got out of highschool… so that’s ten years of community college. he’s got multiple degrees, but has a job that requires none of them. he’s got a degree in accounting, but when our company needed an accountant…he didn’t get the job. he’s one of six men employed with me, so i work in a very, very largely female-dominated workplace. i think he likes his “odds”…but other than that..nothing else going for him except some male pattern baldness and body odor.
no offense, but i don’t want to hear what an overachiever you are at community college, because every time i do, i think of this character.
[Image Description: Background is several triangles in a circle like a pie alternating from true red, scarlet and black. A robin is sitting on his perch looking to the right.
Top Text: “WHERE DO I SIGN?? IT’S NOT WORKING!!”
Bottom Text: …HIT NEXT FIRST, SIR.]
I work as a pharm tech at a big name retail pharmacy. When customers pick up their prescriptions, they have to sign on the little credit/debit card machine to show that they picked up their meds (mainly just to show that the script was picked up just in case they claim they never got their medication). Easy, right?
You’d think so, but the little disclaimer page that states they picked up their meds that pops up BEFORE the signature page confuses nearly 90% of the customers I ring out.
at my pharmacy it’s “just press okay…yeah..the button that says okay”
grown people not following the most basic instructions…..