Monday, June 05, 2006

Hello, Monday. What is up?

It's Monday morning. And you know what? That's not so bad. It could be worse.

Looks like somebody has a case of the Mondays...

Mondays are usually pretty low key for me at work, so I don't really mind them. It's kind of nice to ease back into the work week. It's pretty okay with me.

We always have a meeting on Monday mornings to figure out what's going on over the next 2 weeks and stuff. Those meetings sometimes make me angry. Because I always have SO MUCH CRAP TO DO. What makes it worse is that the other guys laugh at me cause I always have SO MUCH CRAP TO DO.

For example, this morning's meeting went something like this:

Boss Guy: "All this stuff is for Sarah... more for Sarah... more for Sarah..."
Me: "Grrrr..."
Platypus: "HAHAHA!"
Me: "Shut up."
BG: "... more stuff for Sarah..."
Platypus: "Sucker!"
Me: "SHUT UP."
BG: "... and this one is for Sarah..."
Me: "Crap."
Platypus: "HAHAHAHAHA!"
Me: "Seriously. Shut UP."
BG: "...Sarah gets more stuff..."
Me: "Grrrr."
Platypus: "That's a lot of stuff. HAHAHA!"
* I half-assed kick him in the foot and glare*
BG: "... and another one for Sarah..."
*Platypus giggles like a girl*
Me: "Shut up."
Platypus: "You shut up."
Me: "I'm going to kill you."
All the guys: "Have fun with that." "Yeah, have fun!" "Hee hee hee."
Me: "Shut it."

This was followed by an incident at the fax machine when somebody (gee, don't know WHO that would be...) tried to put the Sully mask on my face when I was trying to read. The mask is awesome and all, but having masks on my face supremely freaks me the fuck out.

Now it is almost lunch. I think I am going to get udon. It will be good times.

Joyeux Monday, mes amis!


Anonymous said...

I did NOT try and put that mask on your face...I merely suggested it.

The rest of the story is true (but slightly exaggerated for dramatic effect(ie., I don't giggle like a little girl, I guffaw).

Plus, as a side benfit of wearing the mask, you would be Sully...who doesn't work you could leave.


sarah said...

Hmmm... interesting point. If I can conquer my fear, I just might be outta here by 2:30 today!

I consider the fact that you were waving the mask in front of my face and saying "Hello Sully!" to mean that you were trying to put the mask on my face.

BY THE WAY, if you can hear a distinct "hee hee" in a laugh, it means you giggle like a girl. So there.

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