Keinemusikfurdashund (dethcokediscord) wrote,
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Miss Briana.

Back. My job is a real job insofar that I have actual projects and responsibility. I am "point of contact" person in some situations. I spend all day on the phone. I have meetings. I consult. I screen. I hire. I train. I discipline. Blah. Blah. Blah.

It's a lie I tell myself because it's not a real job. I won't have a real job until I get the job I went to school for. But this one really looks like a real job and I don't hate it do it could be a LOT worse. Like having no job at all.

But still, no brags and that's lame. It is so teasing to have a fake real job because it only seems like a real job until you tell people *in Apatheus voice* Actually, I'm a journalist. We laugh and laugh.

At least I get dressed for this job, which is a step. I am 24 and I need to look nice not just on the weekends. This means dresses, boots, belts, etc on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and so on.

And at least I am still writing and am writing for a real magazine that costs money (even though I am writing for the website and still not getting paid). My resume is sexy but so was I for the longest time before I found a real boyfriend. Parallels.

Sexay.

And the kids call me Miss Briana even though I beg them to stop.
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is this the tutor job
WELCOME TO THE REAL WORLD WHERE THE MAN PUMMELS ALL YOUR DREAMS UNTIL YOUR SOUL BECOMES A ROTTING CARCASS OF WHAT IT ONCE WAS.

congrats on the job!
I don't mind being called Miss Saraah. It gives me the same title as the teachers I work with, so it's kinda equalizing and nice.
My boss doesn't know (or care) when I come or go. I sort, download, and export pdf files all day long. All my coworkers pity me. The temp agency takes most of my hourly rate. Because the temp agency "owns" me, the company doesn't have access to my information like with other employees. So, I don't get included in company happenings, nor do I get bonuses or birthday greetings. Sounds like you've got a real job to me!!!
I like titles, being called Mr. Eric (I put an end to Mr. Furst on day one) or Eriku-sensei always makes me feel like a grown up ;P

Having to wear a suit and tie every day, though, kinda blows.
See, I'm the opposite. I love dressing the part but the title makes me cringe. And actually, it's only really because my ex-step mom used to call me Miss Briana and it was the most condescending, humiliating thing. She always said it just right to make me throw up a little in my mouth.

Mr. Eric. Ha. That's awesome.