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That "one guy"

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posted on Jun, 12 2009 @ 02:51 PM
You know the one i'm talking about.

The guy at work whose entire existence is an annoyance. Everything he does is socially unacceptable.

He smells
He talks too much
He takes at least 12 restroom breaks during his 6 hour shift at work (literally)

On his lunch break he sets on his fat ass and chews with his mouth open, almost as if intentionally trying to get under everybody's skin

Tries to tie in his boring real life activities in non-related conversation. For example:

"Hey Ted, did you see that cubs game yesterday? Man I love Wrigley Field!"

to which "the guy" will butt in on the conversation (in which he was only eavesdropping)

"Speaking of sports, did you guys see my new sports car?"

I absolutely hate this kid.
What's worse is, i seriously can't figure out if he's doing it intentionally, but im leaning towards it's just natural.

How can one individual set and consciously eat an entire bag of dorito's with their god damned mouth open the entire time.

OMG I **&#%ing hate people

[edit on 12-6-2009 by Fremd]

posted on Jun, 12 2009 @ 04:24 PM
It's funny we all have that "one" annoying person in our work space. I have to avoid my person like the plauge so I don't let rude comments slip.

How can one person be late to work every single day??

posted on Jun, 12 2009 @ 04:27 PM
reply to post by fishneedh2o

i think it's because of the society we've become?
Too timid to discipline a crap employee because you wouldn't want any legal ramifications in return.

Sad really. Late, lazy, lewd. The Three L's. And chances are we've all experienced someone who exceeds above all others in each of the 3

posted on Jun, 12 2009 @ 09:34 PM
Isn't this the type of person most comedies have in it?

e.g Homer simpson?

I do think that maybe your judging the guy too much, but I can see why you might be annoyed. I've met some people like this, the funny thing is when they talk to people you can see the obvious look people have, yet they don't see it and happily carry on talking or doing whatever they do. Is that on purpose I wonder? How can they not see the reaction in people? is it a social problem?

Anyway I just feel sorry more than annoyed for people who find it hard to socialise, I'm sure some eventually learn the basics. But then again maybe they don't care what people think about them, why should they.

[edit on 12-6-2009 by _Phoenix_]

posted on Jun, 12 2009 @ 10:16 PM
reply to post by _Phoenix_

I do feel sorry for them as well, from time to time. It's not like i ever go off on them in person.....but i was setting there today listening to him chomp his dorito's and i can't believe how utterly unaware he is that chewing with your mouth open is unacceptable and frowned up, veyr annoying.

He bested himself though when later he was munching on a giant cheetoh from the vending machine, got a call on his cell, answered the call, chewing into the phone during the it never occurred to him that it's rude.

What's worse is while i dont' know this guy very well, i do know his brother like he was my brother, and they are galaxies apart.

Same parents, same upbringing, only about 6 years apart.

Very odd.


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