You're Captain Barbossa, or should I say, First-mate Barbossa. Aren't you a little old to be playing pirates? With the Captain's hat seems to come being cruel, mean and cursed. Ah well, better you than Jack.
Which X2 Character Are You?
Whee! My favourite X-Man!
How random are you?
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So that's where my marbles went to.
Jolly good, wot! Anyone for tennis? That'll be ten ponies, guv. You're the epitome of everything that is english. Yey :) Hoist that Union Jack!
Would I be anything else?
Odd day at work.
Gary decided to give Craig an ultimatum yesterday apparently. Him or me. I personally think it's just wrong to make anyone choose between people, but between your two friends? Wrong. Especially when Gary thinks it's perfectly alright for him to continue talking to the both of us, but not allow us to talk to each other. So naturally, being irritated at him already for his childish behaviour over the past week (and being generally irritable when I am unwell) when he came up to me first thing this morning, stood in my personal space and asked me if I was still talking to him, I believe my answer was something along the lines of Cock off.
He's been sulking all day.
More to the point Craig hasn't been in all day, not like him at all.
It also seems when I stop talking to someone, so does half the factory.
He's been annoying my mother for some time too. He used to be a line 1 worker until he seriously pissed them off by being an argumentative, idle twat. The standard thing to do in such a case is punishment. He's been sent to line 4. My line. The most wonderful, relaxed, fun line in the building. Unless you're an argumentative, idle twat. It is very hard to wind us up, so there is no fun in trying after a while.
Anyway, he's been being incredibly lazy, wandering off when he's supposed to be working, having conversations with people on other lines etc. We put up with it for a week or two. We didn't tell him the line has come to an unspoken, mutual decision it will not continue any longer. Today he was capping up at filler with my mother when he wandered off. Bad idea. She was already in a bad mood with him (he's very childish) and the particular order we're doing (Japanese again!) is very fast. It needs two people capping. Being the filler operator basically means you control the entire production, with some of the responsibility going to labellers who more or less control the speed of production as well as labelling. She stopped the entire line. When the manager asked why Mum pointed to his empty chair and explained. He was dragged back and watched. He was also given the duty of cleaning the gum out of the labeller (a job everyone tries to avoid due to the fact you end up covered in sticky, slimy, horrible camel snot like glue).
From now on when he stops working, so will everyone else.
He'll learn quickly, or lose his job.
< /rant >