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Entitled And Incompetent Coworker Gets Rightful Comeuppance

Nothing quite flares the temper like realizing that you're working alongside someone who is clearly not qualified for the job, and is only there due to glaring favoritism. In this particular scenario it sounds like she was bound to fail big time and beyond repair. It was really just a matter of time. So if anything maybe this tale's a mixture of karma and pro revenge. 

An entitled and incompetent coworker gets what's coming to them. | r/ProRevenge u/JCCR90 12h Join 2 S 2 8 2 Years making, satisfying end entitled co-worker Background m, 30) have been working at private equity fund 7 years now first started member team had been long time accountant (F, 54 no one really questioned why they were there doing junior work. As started doing more and more realized this person never trained or went school accounting (not need basics) but became glaringly clear whenever
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The Strangest Things Coworkers Say

Twitter users are sharing the strangest things their coworkers say. It could be something as simple as an enthused "good morning" from a coworker that always seems to wake up on the right side of the bed, while you are busy cursing the daily morning grind. Or maybe, it's genuinely puzzling nonsense from clueless coworkers that has you scratching your head. Some of these might ring a bell. 

People share the strange things that their coworkers say on Twitter | tweet by dead and betty'd @Ur_Eggcellency were having potluck and someone seriously said Next time, let's do salad theme StrangeThingsCoworkersSay
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Coworker Tosses Package In Bin, Unknowingly Triggers Life Alert

Let this be a lesson to all that we need to be ever mindful of what we're throwing away. This coworker casually tossed away a seemingly innocent package, and went on to ignite a full on life emergency alert. Well, you live and learn. 

Coworker tosses package away, and unknowingly sets off an emergency life alert. | r/tifu Join u/Dr-Wankenstein 16h TIFU by tossing package M So this happened last week know midst all Christmas chaos work one those delivery companies 's rather well known world wide should also point out my coworkers fault and not mine. Anyway had just finished unloading my truck and depositing my "ground packages" into 's proper bin and taking care my paper work there's commotion coming front station.
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Man's Colleague Reports Him For Having Christmas Tree In Background

Man, it's stories like this that might end up making you feel lucky about the coworkers that you do have. This poor dude took to Reddit's infamous AITA community to ask folks if he was in the wrong for having a dang Christmas tree visible in his background during Zoom calls. Apparently all of his Christmas spirit really ended up getting under the skin of a coworker. You've got to be kidding. 

Man's colleague reports him for having a Christmas tree in his background. | AITA not using zoom background on meetings because have Christmas tree? Not hole been at my company more than 6 years work client support and used have go person client meetings (rarely With year 's been sure everyone knows now doing this via zoom. Client calls have now become client zooms and always look presentable meetings this reason not complaining.
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Co-Worker Scams Free Lunches Out Of People, Gets Called Out

Mooches are the worst. They plead and they whine and they often try to take advantage of other people's kindness. Then when they get caught up in their cheap little scams they cry out from their pity trains, and try to make the people that originally helped them out, to be the ones that are in the wrong. It's ridiculous, and a poor reflection of humanity. This particular choosing beggar co-worker got called out, and honestly it seems like it was a long time coming. 

Co-worker scams free lunches out of people, and then he gets called out | AITA refusing buy coworker lunch Not hole 23M) have coworker (25M) who is mooch. If get something lunch, he wants get him something too, but expects buy him because since mentioned he says offered. At first thought maybe he had money problem, but then overheard him laughing and bragging someone another department about he able scam lunches out his coworkers, and he's attempted bully free meal out someone more than once.
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Man Buys Old Lady Coworker Coffee, Regrets It

Betty was playing with fire and she didn't even realize it. You can only imagine the kind of incredulous fear that gripped this poor dude as he watched Betty unknowingly, fearlessly chug a coffee drink that had six shots of espresso in it. It sounds like those 911 drinks are nothing but bad news. Why not just stick to a coffee, or even a double shot of espresso? That's just so much caffeine. 

Man buys his old lady coworker a coffee, and lives to regret it | TIFU by buying my coworker coffee M So work an office with "Betty Betty is an older woman, probably mid late 60s. She doesn't have car and is all around struggling with finances right now so usually give her rides and work both enjoy coffee, she refills her 12oz travel mug at least twice day during work with just little bit cream and sugar, im pretty much same, except only refill my mug once.
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Co-Worker Expects Free Dinner Two Weeks After Operation

On the one hand some of this is completely understandable if you go through a serious operation, but that doesn't excuse the nasty, entitled tone at all. It's the wildest thing that people expect other people to go out of their way to be nice to them, when they can't even be bothered to act vaguely decent in the first place. 

A co-worker expects a free dinner after an operation from two weeks ago | Are getting dinner today? M isn't so 's just and Not today brought mine cos skint til Friday haha Fuck sake am supposed do then don't know, perhaps go get dinner by yourself?
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Arrogant Employee Disrespects Coworker, Sneaky Petty Revenge Ensues

The moral of the story here is to never mess with the person who's responsible for preparing your coffee. If you do decide to go that rude and inconsiderate route, you'd best be prepared for some kind of fallout similar to this one. The barista absolutely had the power to ban the arrogant employee, but they decided to take things to extraordinarily petty heights instead. Wonder how long it took that employee to notice that the coffee wasn't giving them their desired caffeine rush. 

Arrogant employee disrespects coworker, so a petty revenge ensues | r/pettyrevenge u/purplehairbabe Touch my station make sure never get caffeine again Hello reddit. First time poster this sub, long time lurker on mobil typing this and had few beers so feel free roast comments grammar and such. So work at coffee shop 6 mornings week. My shop is open 7am-12:30pm and leave by 1pm s location within another business and only takes one person run so 's usually until want
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Employee Battles Demerit System with Creepy Plant Hunger

Working in an environment with stupid rules is a real bummer. Demerits for having an uncovered coffee? Sounds like the kind of place where you'd want to start eating people's plants. For another bit of workplace revenge, here's a worker who deployed petty revenge on an elevator rule stickler.

coworker threatens to eat plants for BS demerits | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by u/MontezMahal 6 days ago 3 4 e 3 3 05 3 May Suck Succulent oc M So worked this torturous company killing slowly, sort like Venus Fly Trap, but worse company gave out demerit points rules were broken instance, if forgot put cover on coffee mug-2 demerit points. If forget gate card 1 demerit.
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Man's Coworker Brings Him Meals Every Day, Wife Tells Coworker To Stop

Um, the fact that this guy's wife told his coworker to basically back off, and said coworker continued to bring meals after that, makes this a very unsettling situation, indeed. Not even unsettling as much as it's just plain old inappropriate. If anything, it seems like something far more extramarital could be afoot in this unfortunate "love triangle."

Man's coworker brings him meals every day, and his wife tells her to stop | AITA telling my husband's colleague stop bringing him meals she cooks everyday? Not hole F35 been married my husband Tom M32 three years recently moved new home about 4 months ago and he started his new position at private company and met new people who became friends with him outside work. His work colleague claire is bit intrusive and doesn't really respect boundaries. She'd bring meals my husband at work pretty
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Entitled Coworker Learns Lesson On Christmas Day

Jane was playing with fire. She thought she'd just go on and on, not helping out her teammates, and instead proactively making their work situations genuinely unpleasant environments. Just picturing the mystified look of pure confused, terror on Jane's face when this employee dipped out on Christmas Day is enough to put a smile on your face. Sounds like the manager wasn't doing anything to help the situation either, so it's not terrible he had to show up to address the meltdown on Christmas Day. 

Check out some more juicy revenge drama with this property manager who was terrible, and ended up getting canned.

Entitled coworker gets humbled and learns lesson on Christmas Day. | r/ProRevenge u/MorganLeFatal 2y Join Merry Christmas quit. Quite few years ago moved into house with few my best friends. One my friends got job with her at local gas station within walking distance our house and thought pretty set with my new arrangement living with my best friends, able walk work and job should have been one easiest positions ever held is, until met my coworker Jane worked nights didn't get too many customers
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Fastest Ways People's Co-Workers Got Fired

It's nothing short of a miracle that these people were able to weasel their way into getting jobs in the first place. You've got the dude with the next level situational awareness, who decided it'd be a good move to light up a smoke next to a bunch of hay. Or you've got the other prime job candidate who was hired, and then proceeded to just never show up. It's as if some people get hired just to see how long it'll take them to get fired. Try hard enough, and it really won't take too much time to get canned at all. 

Check out another entertaining AskReddit thread that's about the ways workers got their bosses fired.

An AskReddit thread about the fastest ways that people got fired | KnightofShaftsbury New guy started on Monday and gone by Friday guy hit some racking warehouse with forklift, boss saw him do and guy decided lie about asked if he knew happened.
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Coworker Complains About Free Pizza, Petty Feast Ensues

Oh man, the look on that choosing beggar of a coworker's face must've been more delicious than any kind of Thanksgiving dinner. This guy addressed an unappreciative, office bully in just the kind of way that makes it deserving of a petty revenge medal. 

Petty revenge is taken on a coworker who complains about free pizza | r/pettyrevenge u/anon98199 225d Join Coworker complains about free pizza So told this belongs here as well. Please enjoy So one my coworkers is huge choosing beggar. Like aggressively choosy point he will bully people who are buying him free things get exactly he wants. This normally doesn't affect as have learned just tell him fuck off course he always complains and pretends like just attacked him out nowhere but 's not
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Fastest Times People's New Co-Workers Were Fired

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the fastest times that people's new co-workers were fired from their jobs. If anything, it's just surprising that these people were able to get their jobs in the first place. You never know what kinds of red flags people might be hiding before you hire them on. Yikes. Makes us think of the recent story about a nightmare Karen employee who got fired, and used the same employer as a reference.

The fastest times that people's new co-workers were fired from their jobs | alejo699 video game test lead, and once had guy who came on his first day, sit down less than an hour, then shout can't play video games eight hours and storm out.
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Coworker Snitches On Employee For Being Late, Petty Revenge Ensues

Man oh man, it sounds like this coworker was a whole lot of extra. The dude was late, as some human beings are prone to be on occasion, and the coworker made a whole deal out of it at 7:10 AM on a Saturday morning, Sounds like the boss was having none of it as well. At least the petty revenge was satisfying! If you enjoyed this quick petty revenge story, check out another tale of pro revenge with the time a county mower messed with a dad's shrubs, and proceeded to lose to rebar.

A petty revenge about a coworker snitching on an employee for being late | r/pettyrevenge u/fixerofthings 2y Join say only called boss out concern my well being? Well being called him had follow suit few weeks ago, my coworker (CW negating some minor protocols which left some equipment down overnight. He also didn't send emails some our remote teams regarding downed equipment. So did him solid (or so thought) and sent him and only him an email telling him he did wrong very next night, he did
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Poor dude was just trying to see if Tess was around. By the time he went and connected the dots it was far too late.