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Are you at your wits end with that one straggling idiot who runs like a maniac for the elevator door? Or the hacking, germ-infested neighbor in the next cubicle who insisted on coming to work to spread her illness? Dont just take it, text it! Vent your utter frustration to a kindred individual who, like you, really hates his job. Such is the litany of hysterical one-liners exchanged between authors William Crooks and Gregston Hunte in their laugh-out-loud texting rant, I Really Hate My Job- I Think I Work With Morons. You might just feel like someone downloaded your own festering, secrets thoughts about rampant workplace ridiculousness onto a jump drive for the world to access. Whether its the continuously singing colleague or the one with the constantly circulating envelope to collect your hard-earned cash, I Really Hate My Job- I Think I Work With Morons ridicules the many stereotypes that anyone who has worked in Corporate Americas cubicle life has come to know, and thoroughly detest. There are the TMI types who over share their divorce details or crazy kid stories; the illiterate managers who cant make it through an email without misspelling every other word; or the creeps who steal other peoples lunches from the communal fridge. Lets face it: In any given office, there are more than enough morons to hate. Structured as a humorous text conversation between two co-workers as they deal with all the issues and characters on their job, their daily exchanges provide them a release since they are not able to verbally communicate, as well as tons to laugh about when the whistle finally blows. If you think you might really hate your job, or that you may very well be working with absolute morons, this take-no-prisoners gripe session will provide the humor therapy you so definitely need, so you can once again deal with those morons at that detestable job first thing tomorrow morning!
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