Monday, August 06, 2007

And Other Peoples, They Have to Work

I know you'll all be surprised to hear that, for once, I don't have much to say tonight. There's a lot of shit going on in my head, (which is never good) that I don't know how to process right now. So, I'm thinking I'll leave it up there to fester and bubble up and turn a nice infected neon green color and hope it all clears up on it's own. That's healthy, right?

I made it through my first day back to work in a week. Mostly, I stayed at my desk and tried not to establish eye contact with any of my co-workers - because it is a proven fact that if you don't see them, they can't see you. I think I was pretty successful, because when I was leaving to go home at the end of the day, one of the women in the front offices said, "Oh, I didn't even know you were here today." I think tomorrow I'll try a cloaking device and continue to fly under everyone's radar. I'd probably be more successful if I weren't so damn loud...

Yeah, that's all I got. I could talk a little about what a jerk my ex was being to my girls and how frustrating that was for me, but it makes me tired to think about and worst of all, it's not the least bit funny, so I'll stop here. Night, night.


Mr Atrocity said...

Night night, sleep well.

Tara said...

Too funny, I wanted to be invisible on my first day back to work last week. My boss found me right away, though, as I zoomed past his office. He didn't know I was working that day, thought I'd be in the next day.

We both need a Harry Potter invisibility cloak!

Killer said...

good plan, leave em laughing.

Margaret said...

raising a glass, (or coffe cup) to a better rest of the week

booda baby said...

That is the BEST proven fact in the whole world. Isn't it weird how easy it is to forget it?! (Although, there's some converse fact (whatever. you know what I mean) that has to do with people being able to hunt you down, even through the best invisible cloak when they want their attention fix. It's about time they came out with a new improved model of the first proven fact.

l.b. said...

Toil and trouble, eh? Well, stay invisible as long as you can and if the festering starts to feel explosive just make sure it lands on the right target...

evil-e said...

"Impossible, no girl that small can have a cloaking device"

I like when the entire office forgets about your existence. I feel I get more done when people leave me alone.

Liz said...

I like your theory on eye contact. I have two people at work who have decided that I am their enemy. When eye contact IS made, it's that threatening kind.

I wish them ill.

Churlita said...

Mr Atrocity,

Good night to you as well.


Oh, where can we get one?


Exactly what I was thinking.


Here, here.

Booda Baby,

I hate dealing with people who need their attention fix.


It never occurred to me to aim my festering brain at anyone. Hmmm.


I get much more done when people forget I'm there.


Maybe if I do establish eye contact, it will be stink eye.