Look, we both know that you’re supposed to be working right now.
Maybe you’re at the office or maybe you’re at home, but instead of being all productive like you’re expected to be, you’re staring at your phone or your computer and trying to make your face look like it’s pointed at important, relevant work stuff.
And in a way, your face is not lying.
Because these tweets are all about work stuff, and in that regard, they’re very relevant. So read on.
10. Five days of suffering
It’s funny but it’s bleak but it’s also funny.
…in a very bleak way.
i can’t do this whole 5 days of suffering and 2 days of trying to distract myself from the next 5 days of suffering for the rest of my life man
— first-mate prance (@bocxtop) March 12, 2021
9. The update
It’s all about the wording, baby.
Trying to update my resume. Anyone know a more professional word for “dumpster fire”?
— Red Mobster ? (@MobsterRed) March 30, 2021
8. Answering the call
There are two types of communication in this world.
[getting a text from my boss]
if it was important they'd call
[getting a call from my boss]
I'm not fuckin answering that
— john (@mrjohndarby) September 6, 2021
7. In this economy?
I prefer to let my emails age on the vine, like grapes for a fine wine.
We're really following up emails within 7 hours? In this economy?? no thank you
— Bibi Lewis (@Bibi_Lewis) September 9, 2021
6. The grind
The thing about all that is, it’s supposed to have a result.
when i hear people talking about working 80 hour weeks and grinding nonstop its so inspirational. really inspires me to never get a shit job like that
— not three raccoons in a trenchcoat (@50FirstTates) August 23, 2021
5. Working NINE TO FIVE
What a way to make a liiiivin’.
a 9-5 is two hours of work and 6 hours of anxiously trying to justify my existence to my employer
— cass city (@HeavenlyGrandpa) September 7, 2021
4. The door policy
If only we could all be so wise at this one.
new office neighbour has a very sensible office door policy. pic.twitter.com/stCNUqvo1d
— ? hugo reinert (@metaleptic) September 7, 2021
3. No downtime
No matter what, you can pretty much always find time for internet nonsense.
The great thing about new job is it allows almost no downtime to look at the internet during the day, and by the time I get home I'm too tired to give a fuck & don't look then either.
— Sam Kay (@Scarlett_Fields) September 29, 2021
2. F*** this s**t I’m out
Sorry, find somebody else to bother now.
The great thing about preparing to leave a job is that when people ask me hard questions, I say sorry but I am irrelevant now ??♀️
— Ashley Bachelder (@ae_bachelder) September 8, 2021
1. Up the corporate ladder
Well, when you put it that way…
“the great thing about this job is that we start you off at a competitive salary and then you can work your way up to a minimum wage”
— jame (@tundemason) August 23, 2021
Alright, you can get back to work now. Or keep wasting time. We won’t tell either way. We’re a website, not your boss.
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