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Re: two-faced coworkers Poet

Posted by peddidle on July 12, 2007, at 10:49:16

In reply to Re: two-faced coworkers peddidle, posted by Poet on July 10, 2007, at 20:04:27

> Hi Peddidle,
> Anyone who leaves an IM, email or website available to other users on their computer is frankly, dense. I would have looked at the IM, too, and I would have been majorly upset to read what you did.
> I know this is awhile after you first posted. Did you tell your T? Send an email?

**I emailed my T on Friday. I was very blunt about what happened and how it made me feel. I haven't heard from her yet, which is unusual. I am trying to give her the benefit of the doubt considering that it's summer and maybe she took a long vacation for the 4th of July... although, she didn't respond to an email a few weeks ago either...

Find out if the co-workers have allergies to pet hair and if so sprinkled it liberally all around their desks? I admit I did that to an ex-boss from hell and hope she's still sneezing three years later. Revenge thy name is Poet.

**Haha Unfortunately, they are not allergic to pet hair. ;)

> Seriously, how are you doing?

**Thanks for asking. I'm doing OK... it's weird being in the office though. I've lost all respect for the one woman, and now I have to question who I can actually trust. Not trust as in who I can trust with a secret, but who I can even joke around with and not worry about them turning around and making fun of me to someone else. I don't think I have really significant issues with this, but people only get one chance with me when it comes to trust-- I might "forgive" them, but it will always be in the back of my mind.




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