PISSED OFF!!! do you ever try to say that word to your boss?
June 23, 2008 9:39am CST
i know its not right to say that word to your boss...coz it doesnt shows respect...but i did!!! yes! i did tell him that many times!! i have the guts to say it coz my boss is my friend... and he knows how prank i am and he loves me being that way... how about you? have you ever tried to say that to your boss? how often... and what you feel after saying it?
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23 Jun 08
You're so brave hehe. I couldn't dare say something like that to my boss even if he was so mean. I'd just keep it to myself. Even if I have to resign that same day, I still wouldn't be able to say it. He might blab about how rude I was if this company I'm transferring to calls him for reference purposes. Lol.
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25 Jun 08
hahahaha.... i wouldnt say that if im on your shoes... i only have the guts to say it coz he is my friend... and he knows me well... the good thing of it even if i used to tell him that word he still willing to give me a job when he left.... thanks for sharing mate...
26 Jun 08
I said that,I did that. but not loud, when he went out. That was my first boss, the weirdo boss i have on my first job. After that job I was blessed to have a nice bosses. But then i still get pissed with them but I never tried saying that because i respect them. Honestly i tried to say but only in a nightmare.
27 Jun 08
i understand.... in manila u cant say any bad words to your boss especially if you really need your job... because its so hard to get another job there... but here in australia the bosses want you to be honest... i did tell me friend boss pissed off but in a smiling face... hahahaha... thanks for the responce mate...
23 Jun 08
hahaha. when I read this I didnt know what to feel. I was actually laughing now. last Thursday I was actually pissed off after meeting with my boss at 10am and I was pissed off the whole day. My office was very quiet and my whole team didnt know how to change my mood. At 2pm my boss called me and I told him that I was pissed off and explained why i was pissed off. He listened and I walked off. Around 6pm I was still in office and my boss rang me and asked if I am all right...somehow I felt better that I was able to voiced out my feelings. for the records it was the first time that this happened to me with my current boss... but I told my previous bosses before as well. Actually we all have the rights to our feelings, but I dont think we can be pissed off for just anything, there must be a valid reason why and Im sure bosses are entitled to feelings too and so are we...but Im not sure if all bosses will take it like my boss..coz they are all different. I guess im lucky I have a very understanding boss.
• United States
23 Jun 08
My bosses and I have a good relationship. The company I work for is small and family owned - it is a pretty laid back atmosohere. We pretty much say what we want. There are only 14 employess and I am the only one really in the office. I have 2 bosses one is very nice laid back easy going the other is pretty much the same but also VERY cheap. Either one is easy to talk to and if I am mad about some thing I tell them. I have flicked both of them off numberious times and they back to me. Its really no big deal here. I walk around with no shoes on I smoke in the office and I tell my boss whats up. I love my job!
12 Aug 08
hi jhoen! oh no. i have never said that word to my boss. she's nice to us but we're not that close to feel comfortable and say that word when we feel like it. we always feel awkward when we're in front of our boss even though she's being nice and trying to break the awkwardness by telling stories. we're glad that she's making the efforts to make us feel comfortable with her presence but its just we feel her authority so we can't shake the awkwardness off. so we can't be comfortable and be ourselves in front of her. but we're happy with her and content with our relationship with her. she'd probably be shocked if we used that word and she'd probably scold us and we'll be a lot embarrassed and ashamed.