In my workplace, the salary is good. I guess I get what I deserve. My boss is awesome. He’s very kind to me. Maybe because I am his childhood friend’s daughter. Also, I was able to build relationship with my customers.
But one thing pisses me off. Its the petty fights between my co-workers!
During my first year in my job, N1 and N2 were not talking. I thought it was normal since they have no transactions. K told me that before, N1 and N2 are best of friends until N1 have a relationship with J. J was the dispatcher. N1 and J broke up and N2 secretly likes J. They end up together anyway (forget delicadeza!)
After maybe 4 years, N1and N2 finally talked. They already forgive each other.
N2 is now in bad terms with L, her former “best” friend after she and N1 fought.
Ahhhh. I feel like I am in high school! To think that they are in the same age as my mother annoys me.
I will make new series of blog. The title is “RANT!”.
1 : to talk in a noisy, excited, or declamatory manner
2 : to scold vehementlytransitive verb
: to utter in a bombastic declamatory fashion
rant·ing·ly \ˈran-tiŋ-lē\ adverb
Origin: obsolete Dutch ranten, randen.
First use: 1601
Synonyms: bluster, fulminate, huff, rave, spout
1 a : a bombastic extravagant speech
b : bombastic extravagant language
2 dialect British : a rousing good time
First use: 1649
Synonyms: diatribe, harangue, jeremiad, philippic, tirade