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Joined: 29 Mar 2008
Location: At the center of it all
Fri May 16, 2008 7:00 pm
I have a question for our UK members.
What is the absolute worst thing you can call someone in the UK?
I ask because I've had recent displeasure of supervising the worst employee I have every seen. For some crazy reason he was working his way down the corporate ladder, and thought he could some how manage my crew from the bottom of the pile. This was, of course, intolerable, but the worst part is that, being a complete moron, he thought he was God's gift to the industry (I'm being vague about my job intentionally ). In truth, he was a complete self-deluded attention whore, worthless as a condom in a convent.
I'm asking for UK insults because he is infatuated with England (Birmingham to be specific (I know, I heard about it everyday for 6 months) Not that there's anything wrong with Birmingham (that I know of) it's just that when you hear the same thing a hundred times a day for 6 months you just want to stick something dull and rusty through a persons larynx). He wants to move there permanently.
Anyway, he's still calling me because even though he hated me at work he still thinks I'm a great person and that we can be friends. I've been waiting until the circumstances are just right to tell him to piss off, but I want him to feel just how much of a twat I think he really is, but I'm having trouble with the phrasing.
Any advice would help me feel so much better.
Thank you for reading this entire, yet subdued, rant (I could go on for pages and pages )
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Fri May 16, 2008 10:05 pm
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