Great Job For Being A Freak

Philippines
July 15, 2011 3:04am CST
Now I'm not referring to people with only one eye, one leg, or any form of disability. In fact, I admire them coz of their attitude towards life. Although this is a whole different discussion so I'm gonna leave it as is. I have an officemate who's on her late 30's but acts like she's only 20. I mean, seriously, I've met people who don't act like their age before but she's worse. She screams inside the office, blatantly bad-mouths fellow call center agents while on a call, she's one hell of a freak show if you ask me. When I first saw her I honestly thought she'd be a role model or something but, no. She acts like she's the baby of the whole office. I just can't help laugh on the inside whenever she does her antics. I just can't believe hooligans are evolving, too. She could be thinking I'm laughing with her but I'm actually laughing at her. Ever had one of these in your office? How much do you wanna smash a bottle of wine on her head?
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@jaiho2009 (39019)
• Philippines
15 Jul 11
our station...so silent and freezing as well - our station...so silent and freezing as well our station...so silent and freezing as well
hello front, Aw,that's bad. I haven't encountered such,thu the oldest we have in the group is 50 yrs old and we call him "daddy" because he acts as our dad (okay I'm 40 hehehe) And one more thing,we are not allowed to scream,shout or bad mouth ? that's a big NO,inside the floor...or inside the building. You can even hear hear your own breath due to too much silence inside our station. Yah,we talk softly with customers and thu we are allowed to play soft music in a very low volume,that's all you can hear. And,why the heck she's acting like that huh? i will add our station's photo
• Philippines
15 Jul 11
She's abnormal, that's what she is. I don't really get her and I don't plan on hanging out with her in the future.
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@CTHanum (8254)
• Malaysia
16 Jul 11
I like your office environment very much!!!!It has been my dream all the time~(^^)
• Philippines
16 Jul 11
You're saying that now and I know what you're thinking. It's great to have fun co-workers but this isn't fun, I assure you that.
@CTHanum (8254)
• Malaysia
16 Jul 11
Hi there! Hmm..That people looks familiar. I used to have such colleagues. They like to screams , laugh in a very high tone and have a very bad mouth. They will not behave that way if they get around people who dislike them. But they will turn freaks if they get along with their groups. Honestly said that I don't like such people.I don't know why such people are always around wherever I go. Should I be that way and get into their group?? Hell no!!!(^^)
• Philippines
16 Jul 11
Yep, in fact, no one wants to be with someone like her. Although there are some tolerating her attitude but that's just consolation I think.
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@CTHanum (8254)
• Malaysia
16 Jul 11
A consolation?? I would prefer not to give any to them. I am a very strict person so if I don't like them I will not give any credit to them. When it is a fun and jokes time then it is fine but if we need to face the same bad things nobody will tolerate with that I think. Looks like I am a mean person huh??
@saphrina (31740)
• South Africa
15 Jul 11
She sounds funky sweetie. Do this to her.
• Philippines
15 Jul 11
I'm sure you won't think that when you see her.
@saphrina (31740)
• South Africa
16 Jul 11
Describe her then sweetie. Shock me!!!
• Estonia
15 Jul 11
Hi! I am not that old to have a long working experience, I am still studying, but I must admit I've encountered such people in my class. They are 20, but they behave like 10. Stupid jokes, loud laughing when it's not allowed/recommended. After some time spent with such people they really piss me off and I try to keep myself from just shutting their mouth with some evil comments.
• Philippines
16 Jul 11
I agree. They have a way of getting into your nerves without even trying. Although it's always great to just look at them blankly. This always makes them realize that they're being foolish.
• United States
15 Jul 11
Sounds like she's acting more like a young teenager. I can kind of understand wanting to act younger, but if it means throwing away common sense and humility then it is not worth it. I would guess she has several deep unresolved issues floating around in her head. Most likely anger management, attention-seeking and entitlement issues from your description.
• Philippines
15 Jul 11
I'd go for "attention seeking" on this one. She's always so loud it really seems she's always seeking for attention. I tell you, it just doesn't suit her, not one bit. It's getting quite annoying.
@raj_gupta (312)
• India
15 Jul 11
I have had a few of those in my schooling and graduation years as classmates and let me tell you they are a spectacular scene from a distance. I was never in close proximity of any of those samples and hence never freaked out because of their deeds. In fact I loved the fact that there is someone who can make you laugh no matter how bad in a situation you are in your class! A good laugh is always appreciated and I won't mind it coming because of some classmate's or colleague's odd way of going about things.
• Philippines
15 Jul 11
Let me set things straight, if ever I seem like laughing with her, it's only because I'm forcing myself to. It's pretty hard to do, y'know.