I may or may not have eaten my clients chocolate easter eggs.
I may have borrow their piggy bank funds but I always pay it back with a few extra coins.
I may gotten them home late or feed them late because I was too busy gossiping with my other work colleagues.
I may have hidden a clients things or broken accidently on purpose because the thing drove me batty.
Luckily my clients love me so much they forgive me and while they might dream of firing me, they can't I have a iron clad for life contract. Mwahahah...
The joys of being a stay at home mum.
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07-04-2015 09:48 #91
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07-04-2015 10:00 #92
Ok... I'm going to let my crazy show here for a second.
I used the office printer to print out 18 pictures of Barry manilow which I then hid all through a colleagues desk/folders/draws.
When I went in for a visit with bub and she wasn't in the office, I re-hid all the ones she had found.
I also regularly changed her desktop to a photo of Barry Manilow if she walked off without locking her computer.
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07-04-2015 10:02 #93
A few years ago a did a night shift security job I did it for 3 weeks in one building in progress and I fell asleep everyone of those nights for 2 hours.
Another job I would purposely order one extra meal so I could eat something other than noodles.
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07-04-2015 10:40 #96
A guy at my work kept stealing toilet paper and milk. His work mates got jack of always running out and told him to stop but he didn't. So they dobbed him into security who did a bag check. He was going to retire in a months months with a package. Lost his job and the package, about $200k. Our toilet paper isn't even good stuff!!
07-04-2015 11:00 #97Senior Member
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when I used to work in retail, any smashed easter eggs used to get bagged up and sold at a discounted price (eg buy a bag of smashed up chocolate for $2 or something). We all used to hide them under the birthday card rack (there were drawers under there) and buy them ourselves at the end of our shift. We also used to hold stuff for ourselves under there if we didn't want customers to buy it before we had a chance to. It was a department store, so we used to put stuff under there if we unpacked it before the store opened and if it was on sale and we knew it would sell quickly.
at my last birthday, I finally returned the knife from the work kitchen that had been in the box with my 30th birthday cake a year earlier...
I still have work tea towels in my house that I took home to wash 2 years ago. I don't even need them - i have heaps of my own!
sometimes, when i am just at my desk working alone, I sit there on bubhub and facebook instead of working. This only happens when I'm not flat-out though, or when i'm too exhausted to concentrate... and I always get done what needs doing - it just might mean more work in my own time later... Keep in mind most of my job involves working with kids, so I'm not alone at my desk all that often... another colleague once got caught by the IT guy looking on ebay. I don't use the school computer to do it though, and IT guy doesn't have access to my personal ipad...
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07-04-2015 12:01 #98
I really have never done anything bad at work… I don't think anyway. I may have eaten more than my fair share of argots biscuits but that's it. Oh well and the time I was a teenager working at coles and me and the fresh produce boy had to come into work the same day covered in hickies…. Ughhh grosssss that makes me cringe why on earth does anyone thing that is a good time at the time.
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07-04-2015 12:15 #99
I used to do the stationary order in my old job, we used a really cool company for stationery and the stuff was nice, anyway I used to order way too much and just take one or two things for myself! 😮
Also I used to work in a lingerie store, when new stock came in we had a cupboard in the shop where we used to stash the nice new stock to buy for ourselves once payday came.
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07-04-2015 12:46 #100
In staff meetings and PD days I menu plan and write my groceries lists giving eye contact to my boss so it looks like I'm taking notes... It works well until we are given a group task and I have no idea what's been said. I always offer to be the scribe so I just collate others ideas and get off the hook for not paying attention
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