paybacks are hell  

rm_bucfannn 61M/60F
1805 posts
2/24/2006 10:28 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

paybacks are hell

Everyone has one at their place of employment. You know the type, the "I'm so much better than anyone else in this place, and I will rip to shreds anyone that stands in my way to make ME look BETTER".

Well, where I work, we definitely have one. A true "snake in the grass". He is kind and courteous to your face, but, the minute you walk out the door, he's at the supervisior - slamming you, cutting you down, etc. And the supervisor, (even the manager), eats this crap up. My personal opinion is, (but I haven't checked yet), their knees are calloused, if you catch my drift. I won't go into the unprofessional attitudes/actions of management in this circus-type atmosphere, it can be for another post...

I have nicknamed this person the WB, which stands for weasel bastard, which, actually fits him to a T. He's tall and skinny, with a ferret type face. His eyes are always darting, as he's always on a mission to stoke his massive ego. A legend in his own mind, (and of course, managements, too, as he is the biggest damn kiss ass/suck up I have EVER seen, and they feed on it completely), basically, he's just a total dick.

But, even Sampson had his weakness, and I found his. Yes indeedy. Our darling WB has OCD, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Now, before you all slam me, I am in NO WAY making fun of a true disease. But, being the person I am, well... let's just say that finding the chink in his armor was a banner day for me. And if you knew all the shit he has pulled, all the trouble he has caused, you will understand my reasonings.

His OCD isn't as bad as some. His is an everything-must-be-in-order OCD. As in, lining up all of the tubes, racks, etc., so they are in a perfect row. I mean, evenly spaced and EXACT. Even his lab jacket is hung a certain way, and in a certain spot.

Ok, so in finding out his little "secret", I decided to have some fun. He comes in just as I am leaving. I hang out in the break room and watch his nightly rituals. As I leave, I would take the long way, past the desk, and nonchalantly move things as I walk by. I would hear him scurry behind me to replace the items I moved. I think in the beginning, he thought it was just an accident on my part. Until I stepped it up. Then, the WB would actually get pissed off, (and his temper is that of a petulant child), throw things around the lab, and I would just walk out laughing. I would also move his lab coat. Or, re-hang it facing the opposite direction. Yeah, I know. Silly and immature on my part, but, what can I say?

Now, I didn't do it every night. Sometimes, I would lull his sorry ass into a false sense of security, and not do anything for weeks at a time. Even that was fun. He would watch me like a hawk, and I wouldn't do a thing, except, of course, have a very self-satisfied smirk on my face. I'm not sure what made him more crazy. Me destroying his sense of order, or him waiting for me to destroy his sense of order. Either way, it was/is a hoot. He's too thick to understand the concepts of paybacks...

So, that's how I spend some "productive" time at work. Have to keep the sense of humor, no matter what the situation is...

Again, I will reiterate: I AM IN NO WAY, SHAPE, OR FORM MAKING FUN OF OCD AS A DISEASE! I am merely making life a bit miserable for a conniving little weasel bastard... he truly deserves it.

AltumHunksUnite 53M

2/25/2006 9:48 am

Hey, it's not like you're pushing someone in a wheelchair down the stairs.

Besides, having OCD doesn't give him a license to be a backstabbing a-hole.

Let me drive. I like the view

boilerrat001 64M
1 post
2/25/2006 11:20 am

Want to really set his balls on fire...add something to the desk that he didnt put a piece of cheese...everyone has a WB at work...only at my workplace we call them "RATBASTARDS"...because at the first sight of trouble they jump ship real fast..leaving you holding the bag....

softnlush 53F

2/25/2006 10:59 pm

LMFFAO too funny girlie I know you and I are gonna get along perfect..I had a roommate who was that way..and I did that to her too because of her backstabbing conniving ways and she put locks on her doors..well I let it go for a few weeks and then jimmied the lock and proceeded to move things a teensy bit adjust her vanity chair slightly..moved her toothbrushes around out of the order she kept it..locked her door again (did not break the lock hehe)..and I know she was going nuts hehehehe..I hated the my friends in the act too LOL during her weekends away..we would all futz with her shit LOL..when I moved out I said to her..I reallllllllllly pity your fiance since he has never lived with you..I give ya a year tops..they divorced in less than a year..wonder if he touched something of hers other than her hehe

Xeryien 51M
1445 posts
2/27/2006 7:36 am

Oooooo - you're EVIL! I like it!
I do shit like that to people at work too, I figure part of my unplanned benefits is to torment people and push them just a touch out of their comfort zone.... Mostly harmless stuff, and they know I'm doing it; because I don't want to alienate them and its mainly joking... But I always have plans for those who deserve it!

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