Where does the good go

Awww crap

The crackwhore apologized to me. Now I suppose I must desist hostilities or I’m the asshole. O_o Also, should probably learn her real name.

16 Responses to “Awww crap”

  1. Astin Says:

    Apologized for what? The pen? The reporting? Being a fruit loop? All of it?

    Because if it was “I’m sorry if it feels like I’ve been coming down hard on you. You’re a great worker and I was just in a bad mood. Sorry.” Then she was probably instructed that you were more valuable than she is by someone more important than both of you.

  2. Dawn Summers Says:

    She quote wanted “to apologize for the atmosphere between us last week. We need to be able to work together and communication is an important part of that. I’m still figuring all of this out and I wanted to apologize for my part in making you feel like you can’t talk to me.” (oh, I haven’t been talking to her. Including an awesome elevator ride.where she stepped in after me and I stared right through her.)

    I did NOT apologize for anything. I mostly tried to keep myself from breaking out into a huge grin. I have a feeling the case manager, who told me this morning I was doing a very good job (to which I replied, you should tell that to crackwhore) must have spoken to her. She did kinda look like she was chewing glass throughout her apology.

  3. Astin Says:

    Looks like a win for Dawn!

    Now don’t epically screw up in a manner she can take advantage of. In the mean time, watch as she shifts the attitude to some other subordinate who doesn’t measure up to you performance-wise. Likely a woman.

  4. Dawn Summers Says:

    Except, I still hate her. A lot and now can no longer be obviously mean. #pout Actually, I think she’s turned on my officemate who is charming but doesn’t seem that bright… I don’t think he understands the case yet and it’s week three…but she’s chewing me out for being ten minutes early. Uh huh.

  5. Crystal Says:

    Don’t trust her…

  6. Anwyn Says:

    Wow. Plus, what Crystal said.

  7. Dawn Summers Says:

    Lol. But, yeah, I agree. But I still don’t think I can keep not talking to her.

  8. VinNay Says:

    I don’t think I can cancel the contract on her.

  9. F-Train Says:

    It’s alright, VinNay, I had no intention of actually going through with it. Was just looking for a sucker to put up half in cash up front.

  10. Drizztdj Says:

    ITS A TARP!!! /Admiral Ackbar

    Seriously, anyone who throws that much corporate-speak into a sentence doesn’t even view you as a person.

    Stick to your guns. Be cordial, but do not share personal life stuff with her under ANY circumstance. Might as well have a baby monitor sitting on HR’s desk when speaking to her.

  11. Pdov Says:

    I don’t see why anything needs to change. Go to work, do your job, and avoid the psycho bitch.

  12. RedxBranch Says:

    Just to throw something out there totally the opposite of everyone else’s advice……Invite her to dinner at steak-n-ale and then a sleep over/slumber party w/pillow fight? No…..?

  13. elana Says:

    her name is Ivy. I used to work for her. Or was that a different bitchface twat?

  14. VinNay Says:

    I was pretty sure her name was Madeline. That, or there are a cabal of these women out there.

  15. Pearatty Says:

    Her name was Dot.

  16. Anwyn Says:

    Pdov for the win. But really, if anything is going to change, I would start talking to her–by calling her out on her stuff. “Why are you sitting here in the dark?” “Because it’s peaceful and it didn’t bother anybody else when I was here alone. But feel free to turn on the lights.” “I know I can turn on the lights!” “Oh. Usually people ask, when they are newly arrived and want to change the circumstances. But if you’re prepared to overlook that courtesy, then yes, you already know and I stand corrected.”

    I crack myself up. I *always* know how *other* people should confront psycho@#$#@es.

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