Wednesday, December 29, 2010


I love long weekends.

But I also seriously hate going back to work at my current workplace after a long weekend.

Everything is always in a mess, and nothing ever gets done!

I don't mind the extra workload, I just hate how unorganised and irresponsible people are to assume that it's another person's job to clean up after them.

How hard is it for you to clean up after yourself like an adult and finish what you started so others don't have to do it for you?

Or how hard is it for you to document things properly or leave a note for others to follow up so they don't get constantly get caught up in unexpected situations like an idiot with their mouth wide open? For goodness' sakes!

It really didn't help that we were flat out busy today and people are so grumpy when they are sick.

I mean, we all get impatient and frustrated when we are unwell, but is it so difficult for you to wait for your turn instead of trying to push in front of everyone else and create more problems?

It's not always about you, you know?

Is it so hard to understand the concept that the world will be a much happier and nicer place to live in when everyone follows the rules instead of making everything revolves around you?

And if you think that you have the right to be cranky for waiting 2 seconds, imagine spending the whole day listening to a whole crazy bunch of cranky idiots whining about every single little thing that is wrong in their lives?

Yes, buddy, if you think you are angry, think again! The real people who need anger management are the guys in white coats who have to put up with your shit and are required to pretend that we actually care!


So after a long busy day of trying to juggle between annoying patients and even more annoying colleagues, I guess it's fair to say that I have a pretty bad day at work.

(Then again, a bad day is, like, a normal day at my current workplace.)

The worst part is, tomorrow is going to be worse!

It's our busiest time of the year, and it would really help if people are a bit more helpful and understanding.

Or for that matter, if your colleagues are more efficient, actually do their jobs and do not make your job more difficult than it already is.

My only consolation is that tomorrow is my last day at work for the year before yet another long weekend, so I guess I'll suck it up and cope with it.

Here's hoping that I won't lose it and snap at someone tomorrow.

'Cause I sure feel like it!