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I held the door open for a very rotund coworker today at the top of a stairwell as he was still climbing…
“Oh don’t wait for me…I’m slower than the second coming”"
…. opens her mouth and says something completely and utterly stupid, i can’t help but sit there and think
Co-worker: “Even if I got here at 8, I couldn’t leave at 4 because you leave at 4.”
Me: “Have you ever gotten here at 8?”
Co-worker: “No, but I wish I could leave at 4.”
I occasionally cover for the receptionist at my workplace while she takes a break. I’ve been doing this for the last few years with no problem. However, a few weeks ago, a new receptionist was hired to fill the position left vacant by a very neat and clean woman. Since then, the lobby desk, phone and computer have amassed make-up and body grease in every crevice imaginable. The horrors that follow are evidence of her disgusting, oily residue.
Make-up oil smeared all over the keyboard (this picture was taken after I wiped it down once):
The mirror sitting on her desk, smeared with grease:
Hair (a pube, right? It’s gotta be a pube) stuck in the keyboard:
The mouse is sticky, always. Here you can see a grease glob on the left clicker:
The company’s switchboard directory, removed from its protective plastic folder and now smeared with her make-up grease:
When I sit down at her desk, I spend a few minutes cleaning everything with a Lysol wet cleaning wipe. Because, what else can I do? Seriously, what can be done about this oily gunk?