8 thoughts on “December 30, 2018

    • Nothing accidental about it. Once I clock out, I go deaf. If you can’t understand that, that’s on you, not me. I don’t get paid anywhere near enough to be on-call 24/7.

  1. I can almost see this happening with Warren’s “The Nekogawa Report” over on FurAffinity — especially with Kim’s off duty hobbies…

    (That’s all I’m gonna say)

  2. Your own fault if you actually do that. If the boss calls while you are leaving you’re not there anymore. Most bosses know when their workers leave (or atleast good ones do). And when your boss calls you at home you don’t have to pick up, you’re not on standby for him.

  3. ‘Hi there; you’ve reached Dethany’s iPhone. If this is an emergency to get in touch with me after hours, call 1-850-EAT-DIRT Otherwise leave a nice message and have a peaceful night’

    • “Yes, hello?” *a few seconds of silence* “Hello, is anybody there?” *another few seconds of silence* “Hello?” *and again, a few seconds of silence* “Just kidding, you’ve reached my answering machine. You know what to do.” Beeb.
      Former colleague of mine had something like that as his answering machine text, boss called him and didn’t think it was funny. The angry message he left was quite hillarious. The same boss once left a message on our office answering machine on January 1st asking where everybody is and why nobody picks up the phone.

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