Thursday, November 8, 2007

"I Will Most Likely Not Be Your Friend If. . ."

I will most likely not be your friend if you feel compelled to narrate every possible mundane thing you're doing or thinking. Really, it's obnoxious. It doesn't make you more important. Looking for a fork? Go right ahead. Can't seem to find a specific file? I don't care. Not sure why the printer is broken? By all means, fix it. But...EVERYONE IN THE OFFICE DOESN'T NEED TO HEAR YOUR EVERY WAKING THOUGHT. Can't you do anything in silence? Can't you walk 10 feet without broadcasting your mundane workaday office life?

Help me, Jesus.


K. Myers said...


K. Myers said...

and also:
perhaps it makes these ppl feel important? or i guess they think that ppl actually care about their mundane details, so then they develop a complex that they are important? who the hell knows, but it needs to stop!