Stinky Lazy Co-Workers

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posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 02:32 PM
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Every morning when I get to work, the office is a disaster. There are breadcrumbs all over the place, even after I have brought it to the perps attention that I have Celiac Disease. Salt all over the desk, skin cells in the phone, ##%% on the toile seat, Nasty used Kleenex all over the bathroom floor, I could go on and on. Blood has even been left on the desk for me to clean up. The guy who works Friday and Saturday nights smells so bad it literally makes me sick, and I've told him. I would gander he hasn't taken a shower or washed his clothes in over a month. It's gross.

To top it off, according to the nasty guy who never showers, it's a woman's place to clean up after men. What the!!!! I'm not his wife, sister, mother, friend or anything but someone who is discusted by his filth. I've had it, steam is currently coming out of my ears, so I changed the desktop on the work compute




Do you think he'll get the hint?
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posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 02:34 PM
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Hehehehehe, good luck!



posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 02:41 PM
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Check out the microwave then? Prepare to toss your cookies though!

I worked in retail and we had a district manager whom would always check the microwave oven. He said that it was usually the one thing that people forget to clean and I think he was right! Due to his philosophy I NEVER forget to wipe down my microwave after cooking something in it!

Good luck on the skin cells on the phone though! Not sure how the hell you can see those.......



posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 03:01 PM
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They're so thick and caked in, yucky! And just as you predicted, the microwave is nastay!!

Other than the filth, my jobs cool. There's a big screen TV and my boss doesn't care if I'm on ATS all day



posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 03:04 PM
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reply to post by Jennyfrenzy
 


They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Take pics of his mess, turn them into your boss (es). Along with a letter of complaint about his less than savory smell. Let them know you've tried to resolve this on your own, to no avail. That it is your only option now, to turn it over to those who can do something about his distasteful habits.

Let them know a clean and orderly workspace, is a productive workspace.

Best of luck...


Des



posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 03:06 PM
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I just saw your boss lets you stay on ATS all day. That is a HUGE bonus in a paid job.

I'm starting to think, you may not want to rock the proverbial boat...


Des



posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 03:34 PM
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It's a great bonus!
I've shown him the site and he may end up joining.

All in all it's a good job, just tired of the mess.



posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 03:46 PM
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Your boss lets you on ATS all day? Mine does too! I work 12.5 hour shifts, but I'm only required to actually work for about 6 of them lol.

As for the co-worker, some things are best left unsaid, like said earlier 'don't rock the boat'.



posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 04:02 PM
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Nice


I'm just a little grouchy today. Haha.




posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 04:03 PM
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We have a similar issue at my workplace with an employee that is "Nasally Challenged" and cannot smell his own odor. The manager has brought the issue up to him (which resulted in exactly 1 day of him not smelling). What makes it worse, is that he is quite possibly the most useless member of the workforce, and due to a Harvard education, is the highest paid (he makes more than our immediate supervisor). Apparently, Harvard doesn't waste precious class time on personal hygiene.

***EDIT***
We're talking stink, plus snowflake-sized dandruff on his shoulders. (I just wanted to emphasize how awful this guy is).
***/EDIT***

This guy smells HORRIBLE! He also must be sick in some way, because he absolutely decimates the employee bathroom on a daily basis. When I say "decimates", I really mean it; I've never experienced stench of this nature without it involving rotting flesh of some kind, nearby.

***EDIT***
He also leaves smears of fecal matter on the toilet seats. (Yeah, I knew that one would raise an eyebrow or two).
***/EDIT***

Unfortunately, there seems to be little anyone can do than to drop hints at this point, but he never seems to "get it", and our management team is woefully inept.

Good luck with your stinker, but I'm willing to bet that he either doesn't get the hints, or he simply doesn't care.
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posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 04:26 PM
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There was this guy who was apparently delighted by the idea we would find his pooh floating in the toilet, a hilarious joke.

I got tired and asked him, on the intercom, aloud so that every one, customers included, would hear it clearly, if he could go flush his toilet because we were tired of that joke. I asked twice, taking my time to name him clearly.


He and the boss were a little bit mad at me for a day, but he stopped right then.

Sadly, there are people who are simply alone in this universe and seem to have no care, whatever you may say or do, because you don't exist for them, or they think they are that great, like my poohing friend.

A workplace can be tough on many accounts...



posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 05:00 PM
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reply to post by ProfessorChaos
 


We are in the same boat, my friend. Lots of the same nasty issues

Wish you luck with your stinker too!!



posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 05:22 PM
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There is nothing worse than someone who stinks like that.

There was a kid in one of my college classes that you could smell from across the room and I couldn't take it. I made sure to spray perfume/body spray on the ends of my hoody sleeves on days I had that class, so that I could at least put my hand to my face, if I had to, and not smell the stank... as much.

I don't know if that helps... lol



posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 05:27 PM
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daryllyn
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There is nothing worse than someone who stinks like that.

There was a kid in one of my college classes that you could smell from across the room and I couldn't take it. I made sure to spray perfume/body spray on the ends of my hoody sleeves on days I had that class, so that I could at least put my hand to my face, if I had to, and not smell the stank... as much.

I don't know if that helps... lol



We've gone to the lengths of spraying lysol as he passed by (which he still didn't take as a hint), but we had to stop because it can be viewed as harassment.



posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 06:21 PM
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Sadly, there are people who are simply alone in this universe and seem to have no care, whatever you may say or do, because you don't exist for them, or they think they are that great, like my poohing friend.

When I was in the Army we used to have a party once a weekend for our friends ... a blanket party. I don't think we ever had to repeat the celebration of their achievements more than three times before they figured out why the message was being delivered so forcefully.

There truly are some ignorant people out there, but as the OP points out, most of it is sheer laziness (and lack of consideration for others).

-Cheers



posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 06:24 PM
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reply to post by Jennyfrenzy
 


Just to sympathize, I have worked with some very smelly b*stards in my time. You know it's bad when the stench lingers long after they've left the room


Additionally, where I am now has some of the most stupid and lazy gits I have ever worked with
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posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 06:35 PM
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Snarl
reply to post by NowanKenubi
 


Sadly, there are people who are simply alone in this universe and seem to have no care, whatever you may say or do, because you don't exist for them, or they think they are that great, like my poohing friend.

When I was in the Army we used to have a party once a weekend for our friends ... a blanket party. I don't think we ever had to repeat the celebration of their achievements more than three times before they figured out why the message was being delivered so forcefully.

There truly are some ignorant people out there, but as the OP points out, most of it is sheer laziness (and lack of consideration for others).

-Cheers


I'd be down to give this guy a blanket party, but most of the other employees wouldn't want to touch him. I hate to say it about anyone, but I'll just have to hope he screws up and gets canned.



posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 08:54 PM
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Repeatedly tell management that the smell is making you sick, and who/where it's emanating from so it's documented.

Then throw up on him, apologizing profusely that you couldn't get to the filthy bathroom in time, because his smell made you so sick...

It probably won't bother him being vomited on, but it's worth a shot and he may even have to go home for the night.

In other revenge scenarios, you might try flooding his desk with (admittedly toxic) anti-smell stuff; Lysol or room freshener or such. Or throw a bucket of cold water on him...

Man, I LOVE fantasizing about revenge against people like this, now that I don't have to work with them anymore...


PS: All these things will work best if the rest of the office is sick of him, too.



posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 09:04 PM
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reply to post by signalfire
 


Right on, but only if you can get away with it, there's a dude been annoying me at work, I'm contemplating ramming a banana up his exhaust


Evidentally, bad body odour should be a health and safety issue
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posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 09:11 PM
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Deleted Sowwy duplicate post.
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