Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Friending Bosses: Haven’t We Learned?

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  1. […] think before you fire off a salvo to a co-worker online. If you need an example, consider this fairly innocuous Facebook exchange between “Yvonne” and her manager, “Cheryl.” It takes on a new and unflattering life on Lamebook, a site that highlights “lame and […]

  2. […] think before you fire off a salvo to a co-worker online. If you need an example, consider this fairly innocuous Facebook exchange between “Yvonne” and her manager, “Cheryl.” It takes on a new and unflattering life on Lamebook, a site that highlights “lame and […]

  3. Yvonne wasn’t complaining, but Cheryl did have sand in her vagina.

  4. Fuck you, Cheryl.

  5. This is bullshit. She isn’t complaining; she is saying she is excited about her day off.

  6. […] think before you fire off a salvo to a co-worker online. If you need an example, consider this fairly innocuous Facebook exchange between “Yvonne” and her manager, “Cheryl.” It takes on a new and unflattering life on Lamebook, a site that highlights “lame and funny” […]

  7. @55 I agree.

    Seriously, when I was working a lot of hours I was happy for the money and thus the work, but I also loved it when I could just chill for a day or two once a month.

  8. This is why I’m not ‘friends’ with my boss.

  9. John Players Standard

    That is more of a statement rather than a complaint. Maybe the “boss” should remove themselves because they seem to take thinks quite literally. My old boss used to think I was always trying to sell my shifts to people. Riiiiight like I’m really going to pay $100 for somebody to take my shift. All she did was state that she couldn’t wait till Monday her only day of out of the stretch. Was it really that bad?

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