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Old 28-09-2009, 09:14 AM   #91
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Old 28-09-2009, 09:22 AM   #92
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It's not that bad... kind of The only thing that gets me through it is the Colin Farrell and Jared Leto guylove I can't help but chuckle at some of the lines they have. Plus I love to hate Jared Leto.



Labyrinth Bowie <3
Omg if Bowie came I would be right up there at the front It would be so awesome! Bowie is a strange combination of fascinating, legendary, and older-man sexy. But I would think he would do his own show rather than just a small gig set.



I can still recite almost every line of both of those

And yes! We had to watch it too Good way to not have to do work for a few periods.

Had a shitty day today Got very upset about getting car registration done. I had to go over to Dad's and get money to do rego and change the ownership so it's under my name. I felt really bad asking his for all this money when he just got back from overseas. Mum was being a douche again by being all 'I won't pay anything if it's under your fathers name!' and 'He can pay the bill- demand that he pay it since its in his name' and 'He left all these debts behind that you have to know about!'. And now Dad has to pay more for worse insurance cover because it's under my name.
My mum is so self-centred. All the time it's just 'me' this and 'I' that. And she always plays the martyr as well, going on about how her mother never listens to her and is mean to her (even though every time she calls my mum is like 'say I'm not home') and how she's always made to shut up (not true) and has been all oppressed and victimised (also not true). So whenever she goes on about my dad its always about how hard it is for her, and how much hardship she was left with, and how no-one ever listens to her feelings fucking hell. And then I'll be like 'actually I don't want to know about whatever issues you and dad have to work out' and she's like 'yes! you do need to know!'. No I fucking don't. Don't bring me into the middle of whatever. Stop asking me all these questions about where he lives now and shit because I don't want to be in the middle!


And I still don't have a job FUUUU-

Oh man you poor thing, being in the middle of the parents crap is the worst thing ever. I don't care how close I am to my family, I DO NOT need to know their issues, it's awful.

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got my transfer letter today. going the 12th october to the new branch. having a date, and one only 2 weeks away is really upsetting. i'm really going to miss one of my managers and a couple of my workmates. don't think the over 60s are going to get my overly sarcastic humour or my strange noise making at my desk when i'm bored (where is bill and kristin who sit beside me now just know its a sign to chat to me!).

Oh no! Hopefully you will be surprised and the oldies will have a roaring sense of humour (fingers crossed for you anyway)

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I see. Sound reasoning. Hope you feel better soon anyway.

I had my last presentation of the year today. It went ok, and I'm so amazingly glad it's over. This beer is tasting pretty good right now.

Feel a bit uncomfortable announcing that bit of good news, with seemingly everyone else going through some pretty shit times at the moment!

I'm so glad someone had a good day today, I had the worst day ever. The anaesthetist working with me picked on me all day because he was in such a bad mood, bullied me so bad that I actually had to walk out of theatre and barricade myself in a room and bawled my eyes out for a good hour.
One of my supervisors was really good and said he would follow it up as he was so out of line.
I've never felt so low or so embarrassed! But then when I text my workmate who is also my climbing buddy, he text and said "me and the wife are on the way to pick you up now, you are going home"
And they picked me up, took me for a big walk in the park with the dogs, took me out for dinner and then out climbing.

I felt pretty special, no one has ever done anything like that for me before.

I'm worried about tomorrow though, my scary boss is going to want to talk to me about it and I really don't want to have to go through it again
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Old 28-09-2009, 09:25 AM   #93
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I'm so glad someone had a good day today, I had the worst day ever. The anaesthetist working with me picked on me all day because he was in such a bad mood, bullied me so bad that I actually had to walk out of theatre and barricade myself in a room and bawled my eyes out for a good hour.
One of my supervisors was really good and said he would follow it up as he was so out of line.
I've never felt so low or so embarrassed! But then when I text my workmate who is also my climbing buddy, he text and said "me and the wife are on the way to pick you up now, you are going home"
And they picked me up, took me for a big walk in the park with the dogs, took me out for dinner and then out climbing.

I felt pretty special, no one has ever done anything like that for me before.

I'm worried about tomorrow though, my scary boss is going to want to talk to me about it and I really don't want to have to go through it again
That's awful, poor you!

That workmate sounds like a pretty awesome guy though. That's a really awesome thing to do.
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Old 28-09-2009, 09:27 AM   #94
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That's awful, poor you!

That workmate sounds like a pretty awesome guy though. That's a really awesome thing to do.
Yeah, because I could not face going back in there, red faced and puffy eyed, and he just gave me no choice, it was really nice. Bit overwhelming actually!! Not used to people being that caring!
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Old 28-09-2009, 09:30 AM   #95
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To celebrate, here's one of my favourite scenes. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbe1m30RS8c
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It's on it's on it's on *dances*

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I'm so glad someone had a good day today, I had the worst day ever. The anaesthetist working with me picked on me all day because he was in such a bad mood, bullied me so bad that I actually had to walk out of theatre and barricade myself in a room and bawled my eyes out for a good hour.
One of my supervisors was really good and said he would follow it up as he was so out of line.
I've never felt so low or so embarrassed! But then when I text my workmate who is also my climbing buddy, he text and said "me and the wife are on the way to pick you up now, you are going home"
And they picked me up, took me for a big walk in the park with the dogs, took me out for dinner and then out climbing.

I felt pretty special, no one has ever done anything like that for me before.

I'm worried about tomorrow though, my scary boss is going to want to talk to me about it and I really don't want to have to go through it again
That's so vile. *hugs*
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Old 28-09-2009, 09:31 AM   #96
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Yeah, because I could not face going back in there, red faced and puffy eyed, and he just gave me no choice, it was really nice. Bit overwhelming actually!! Not used to people being that caring!
Yeah, really nice. Good stuff.

Do you work with lots of different anaesthetists, or do you work quite a lot with the same ones? It sounds like it would be good if you didn't have to work with this one very often!
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Old 28-09-2009, 09:37 AM   #97
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Yeah, really nice. Good stuff.

Do you work with lots of different anaesthetists, or do you work quite a lot with the same ones? It sounds like it would be good if you didn't have to work with this one very often!
There are about thirty so you get to work with a lot, but you tend to have cycles where you work with the same ones a lot.

I think the worst thing was that I actually get along reaaaally well with him usually, his wife makes me muffins and we have a good laugh while we work.

He just took out all his stress on me, and it was a bit like being hit from the side, just so unexpected, and relentless!
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Oh, right. Hopefully it's just a short-term thing then and maybe he'll realise that it was unfair to take it all out on you and apologise.
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Old 28-09-2009, 09:44 AM   #99
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Oh, right. Hopefully it's just a short-term thing then and maybe he'll realise that it was unfair to take it all out on you and apologise.
After talking with some of my collegues it sounds like he can be a bit like that on a regular basis, I have just managed to miss it until now. There are a lot of them like this unfortunately it goes with the job. Which is shit.

Anyway hopefully he will behave next time!!!

Got to go to bed, so tired! Hope you all have a better day tomorrow!!
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Old 28-09-2009, 09:47 AM   #100
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least you got some lovely treatment by your colleague in contrast.

i have a really moody work colleague who sits on my left, he gets really stressed out sometimes and takes it out on everyone. when he was like that i started to ask him a million questions because i knew how much it annoyed him, but after a few times it just seemed to have this calming effect on him. i don't know if it takes his mind off stressful things having me ask so many silly questions or if he just realises he must be being a dick if i'm sitting at my desk nattering away to him when everyone else is scared to approach him.
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Old 28-09-2009, 10:01 AM   #101
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Old 28-09-2009, 10:40 AM   #103
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I'm so glad someone had a good day today, I had the worst day ever. The anaesthetist working with me picked on me all day because he was in such a bad mood, bullied me so bad that I actually had to walk out of theatre and barricade myself in a room and bawled my eyes out for a good hour.
One of my supervisors was really good and said he would follow it up as he was so out of line.
I've never felt so low or so embarrassed! But then when I text my workmate who is also my climbing buddy, he text and said "me and the wife are on the way to pick you up now, you are going home"
And they picked me up, took me for a big walk in the park with the dogs, took me out for dinner and then out climbing.

I felt pretty special, no one has ever done anything like that for me before.

I'm worried about tomorrow though, my scary boss is going to want to talk to me about it and I really don't want to have to go through it again
Ah that sounds so shit! It's always worse having to go back and explain it to someone after it's upset you so much because you always feel like just bawling in the middle of it but it seems so embarrassing to do it in front of people.

Had an alright day today. Did rego stuff and had uni, and me and a friend were at Grafton and got food and sat in the Domain
Then I went to my dad's again with my sister and we had dinner and later looked through pictures of his trip. He got us souvenirs and candy too! All was well and good until later when he was talking about these friends he went and saw and they gave him an envelope to give to my sister.
And inside was euro notes equivalent to $700 or so dollars. Now I'll be honest and say that two of my deadly sins are sloth, and envy. I hate feeling jealous especially of my awesome nice sister, but I couldn't help but feel pretty jealous, especially with having to pay my fine still. The lady who gave her the money is her Godmother, and she and her friend stayed there when they visited. She's really nice, but basically said to my dad that I wasn't her godchild so she didn't have anything for me. So I know she likes her better
And then of course my mum got on my back when I got back. I cut into something she was saying about the rain, and she got all annoyed and childish, even when I apologised. I got her to finish telling me what she wanted to afterwards though.
But then I just went to my room and cried, and here I am
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Sorry to hear that. I don't think you should feel bad for having feelings of jealousy in that situation. It's not fair, and I'm sure I would feel exactly the same way.

Eating in the domain sounds nice though, it was a beautiful afternoon today.
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It wasn't as conscious as it sounds. He came through to my low socio economic primary, and because I was such a pretty little kid I was chosen to be in photos with him to promote... him. (I was chosen for those kinda things a lot. Til I went all bad in 6th form )
So I hung around in the school hall while they were all boring and I decided the cameraman was more interesting than being in a silly photo so I went and learnt how to use one of those big chunky old school videro cameras instead of promoting him. Epic fail politician vs nice cameraman who shows 6 year old how to use his flash as (in the mid 90s) camera.
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Then I went to my dad's again with my sister and we had dinner and later looked through pictures of his trip. He got us souvenirs and candy too! All was well and good until later when he was talking about these friends he went and saw and they gave him an envelope to give to my sister...
Sucky do you have a godmother who gives you stuff and not your sister? That'd balance things out, somewhat...
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