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Employee's Attempt At Lying To Boss Backfires

This employee's hilarious attempt at trying to use photoshop to get out of work, backfired in glorious fashion. Clearly, they were in a rush or had no idea what they were doing. Because that cartoon nail isn't going to fool anyone!

Employee's attempt at lying to boss by using photoshop ends up backfiring terribly | posted by sydneyywhitson my coworker called yet again and said she had nail on her tire caused her have flat need everyone stop they're doing and ZOOM NAIL PICTURE SHE SENT MY BOSS
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Guy Stands Up to Jerk Boss Who Makes Him do Two Jobs

People deal with their fair share of ignorant bosses, so it's incredibly satisfying to see an employee who's in the right win something, like this overworked employee who revolted by doing his exact job description. And to prove that your boss is being a complete hypocrite is icing on the cake.

Guy stands up to boss who makes him work as a courier | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by CleverNamePodcast Sorry not courier work large shipping company Canada work early morning loading trucks but as needed would go out and deliver packages. At first here and there but soon became normal after my regularly scheduled shift would go out and deliver
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Middle-Aged People That Got Their Big Breaks

Twitter users that are "middle-aged" are breaking out their most inspirational stories, when it comes to enjoying big breaks. Some people are just born late bloomers. You never know what kind of wild successes might yet wait for you around the corner. 

A collection of inspiring success stories from various middle-aged people | tweet by dandelionmama am mother four released my first full-length book at 45, and started law school this year-at 47-with four teenagers house. Some us are late bloomers, but wow figure out
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Smart Employee Gets Fake Fired to Prank Awful Customers

This young employee asked whether it was wrong to toy with the emotions of overly dick-ish customers by getting fake fired in front of them. It seems like a pretty harmless practice and gets bad customers to rethink their roles. We wonder what would happen if a customer just said "good!" People have ways of dealing with bad customers like this flight attendant who handled a problem flyer or this donut shop owner responding to a bad review with humility.

Employee gets fake fired to combat bad customers | r/AmItheAsshole Posted by throwRA-fhfsveyary AITA pretending get fired customers get temper with Not hole am high schooler with weekend job at coffee shop. My coworkers who work weekends are:
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Glamorized Career Paths That Are Nightmares

Someone on AskReddit asked for people to share those glorified career paths that are actually total nightmares. Take these people's advice and hard-earned life lessons about careers, so that you don't have to find yourself in the middle of a job that you utterly despise. 

A collection of AskReddit replies to glamorized career paths that are actually nightmares | post by kahli-dub Flight attendant travel would be amazing, but let's face glorified waitress working cramped, steel tube.
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Work Memes For Those Of Us Who Can't Stand Our Jobs

We've all had really rough jobs, and while ruminating on your annoying job can suck, some well placed work memes can be cathartic. Whether it's some customer service role where we have to deal with Karens having freak-outs, incompetent bosses or straight up boring jobs where you have nothing to do. The grind can lead to a sort of existential dread and a cycle that never seems to end. But don't worry, there are other jobs out there, and more often then not, the total BS you have to deal with will lead you to bigger and better things. Anyway, here's some work memes for the grind.

Funny, relatable and sad work memes about jobs | red forman from that 70s show: someone at work asks doing today IF BIRD FLY INTO CEILING FAN. girl crying while brushing her hair: Let's get this paycheck
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Barista Pretends To Get Fired In Front Of Jerk Customers

This barista asked the people of Reddit whether or not they were in the wrong for trying to get back at their rude customers by pretending to get fired. They're either the hero that the retail world needs, or they took it too far!

Barista gets back at her rude customers by pretending to get fired in front of them | AITA pretending get fired customers get temper with Not hole am high schooler with weekend job at coffee shop. My coworkers who work weekends are
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New Manager Gives Resident Homeless Guy A Shot

This new manager did their part to break the cycle of homelessness and help out the guy camped out behind their restaurant by giving him a job. Reminds us of this donut shop manager who handled a customer's angry review. Here are some wholesome memes to go with the theme of people helping each other out.

New manager helps homeless guy by giving him a job | r/TalesFromYourServer Posted by amiraisredditing Awesome new manager breaks cycle with homeless guy outside Short My old manager real “working weekend" type and never went out their way us or customers, no matter
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Woman Gets Co-Worker Fired For Offensive Joke

This woman asked the people of Reddit whether or not she was in the wrong for reporting a class clown of a co-worker who continued to tease her about her name. She took great offense to it, and decided to inform her supervisor about it. He ended up getting fired during the holidays as a result. So, was she in the wrong for running that back to the supervisor, or was her decision absolutely called for? 

Woman gets her co-worker fired over an insensitive joke, and asks people on Reddit whether she was rude to do so | AITA getting my coworker fired being offensive work an open office environment is very casual am newest person there, and Thave noticed s office culture my co workers tease each other bit, and make jokes about each other. Everyone is pretty close, they often go out drinks after work on weekends have one coworker is like class clown. He makes majority jokes, everyone loves him.
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Overworked Employee Revolts By Doing His Exact Job Description

People often find after they're hired that their job description doesn't cover nearly as much as what they're actually expected to do. Already stretched to the limit with a dwindling and under-qualified staff, this guy was asked to "do his job" so that's exactly what he did. People have different responses to being bullied at work, like this employee who prank fires themselves or this guy who stood up to his boss who didn't allow sick days.

Stress employee revolts against bad bosses by just doing his job | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by EricCartmenez Would just do fucking job 19 years old and fresh high school (or my country's equivalent) graduate had no idea wanted do with my life one thing did know is needed money, so started applying all kinds jobs. After few weeks writing applications, going interviews and waiting nervously replies hired as full-time sales assistant an international company making
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Entitled Office Coworker Can't Handle Service Job

People overlook the day-to-day frustration of working in retail, service, and anywhere else where you might come into contact with a wild Karen. Anyone who has worked a physically demanding job for very little pay has a special type of appreciation for less demanding work, and a special type of disdain for a life-long office type who's never had to get their hands dirty. This Tumblr user got to see their coworker have a learning moment.

Office coworker couldn't handle service job | post by fuck-customers lot them probably wouldn't last at job Last year had an internship at fancy office during day, and food service job at night. One ladies at office told she needed part-time job some extra cash, and let her know about an opening my food service job, described would be expected, all
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The Weirdest Things People's Co-Workers Have Done

Someone on AskReddit asked for people to share their weirdest experiences with co-workers. Everyone has that "one person" at work that just drives everyone else insane, and/or pulls the weirdest stunts. These people are really out there. 

A collection of AskReddit replies to the strangest things people's co-workers have done | post by DigitalLD woman at my company has decided instead paying on her student loans, she will simply get more degrees. She's 40 on her 4th masters degree, and does nothing but complain about school work all day. Probably at least hundred k debt. No comprendo.
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People Who Worked Smarter, Not Harder

Some of the greatest innovations at work come from human laziness. It's just not a good idea to work extra hard when you can think of a way to do the same work more efficiently. That said, don't do too good of a job or your boss might find out that you don't need to work there anymore. One or two of these definitely backfired. And a few definitely weren't as smart as the person first thought.

People tell stories of times their laziness made them work more efficiently | post by SirSithsalot remember having peel 20kg charred eggplant at restaurant worked asked chef if there an easier way do His reply yep, get someone else do
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An Imaginative Conversation On Getting Out Of Work

Who even cares if this one's fake. The imaginative conversation revolving around what one would do if their boss texted them telling them to come in, is entertaining enough. Sometimes the best course of action is to just play dumb, and act like it's the wrong number. 

Boss texts wrong number thinking it's his employee, ends up getting trolled | DM - My Boss - I need you to come in on Saturday, I know it's your day off
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Dad Gets Fired For BS Reason, Plays The Long Game

This one definitely qualifies as a pro revenge. The dad apparently got fired for a total BS reason, but ended up being the one in charge in the long run, and on top of that was able to take the extended family on a cruise!

Dad gets fired for a stupid and ridiculous reason, proceeds to play the long game, ends up in charge | r/ProRevenge by dromio05 Dad gets fired BS reasons, plays long game, ends up charge, takes extended family on cruise
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Unsafe Coworker Who Can't Be Bothered on Phone Gets Caught on Phone

This one seems obvious. Anyone who's worked around heavy machinery knows how important it is to be mindful of  your surroundings, yet there's still coworkers out there who can't be bothered to understand how hazardous their own working conditions are. Some coworkers just don't get it, like this Karen who didn't check her email for years. Sometimes it's customers who are a nightmare, like this lady who tried to get a free washer and didn't get her way.

Unsafe and lazy coworker gets caught on phone | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by asherMorte He's finally gone, and all had do nothing Do know guy at work every one hates rude, obnoxious, lazy one no one quite understands he still has job? Well mines name Bob months Bob "partnered" himself up with with lovely 90/10 split work. Any time called out on he got more and more obnoxious, and if actually possible did less and less work.
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