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Kaderin Triste 12-05-2018 09:54 PM

...aaaand forgot to write down my schedule for tomorrow. Need to call in the am to find out what time in the pm they'll need me in. XP

Kaderin Triste 12-06-2018 12:23 AM

Pretty sure there is a cleaning rag stuck in the hall cleaning closet sink, but I don't really wanna reach in there because the gross almost black dirt crap that is coming back up is legit like something you'd see in a horror movie and I don't wanna die.

KittyBeary 12-06-2018 06:25 AM

Me after this week and it's not even over yet:
https://media1.tenor.com/images/7544...itemid=9284720

Kaderin Triste 12-09-2018 07:06 PM

I keep mentally giggling about the couple who came into Joann a week or two ago and did't know how fabric stores work...

Kaderin Triste 12-11-2018 08:25 PM

Lol. Everyone trying to talk me into going to the staff Christmas party and participating in the gift exchange, but I might not work there by the time that all rolls around.
XD

KittyBeary 12-11-2018 11:34 PM

Someone's being nitpicky about something I'm selling and it drove me insane. They finally stated they weren't interested. Bye Felicia. >:V

Someone else wants it though so hopefully they're nicer about it. :/

Coda 12-11-2018 11:44 PM

Aaaaugh, I hate it when that happens. >_< Worst kind of client ever!

Coda 12-12-2018 02:30 PM

So I get that I'm a qualified candidate and lots of companies see my LinkedIn profile and stuff and want to hire me. LinkedIn doesn't offer any functionality to label yourself as "not interested" preemptively, so I just reject them as they come up.

But this one I just received... THIS one... this one's almost an insult.

Somehow, a recruiter came across my resume, saw that I'm a tenured database professional, and thought, "I know! This guy's a perfect fit for the data entry role we need to fill!"

... x.x

KittyBeary 12-12-2018 10:33 PM

They were being especially picky on the prices I set. Dx Acting like I was charging too much when I was being quite fair on the price. >_>

Kaderin Triste 12-13-2018 01:16 AM

People like that are the worst. Don't like the price? Well then buy the supplies and make it yourself or shut up and find a different seller.
(Out of curiosity, what were/are you selling?)

Kaderin Triste 12-13-2018 01:31 AM

SHUT UP ABOUT MY ASSUMED DIET, CONVENIENCE STORE CLERK! JUST BECAUSE THE HEALTHIEST FOOD YOU OFFER THAT I CAN EAT ARE JALAPENO POPPERS AND I HAVE NOTHING AT HOME SO I HAVE TO BUY THEM FOR DINNER BECAUSE THE GROCERY STORE CLOSED 30 MINUTES AGO DOES NOT MEAN THAT I EAT LIKE THAT ON A REGULAR BASIS!

Death by Mirrors 12-13-2018 05:28 AM

@KittyBeary
Some people just don't grasp the concept of handmade. All my crafty friends know stories like the dude who wants a handknitted blanket for his sick girlfriend - done in two days maximum, and for no more than 20 bucks (because, you know, he can get a $15 blanket at the supermarket and now thinks he's being generous when offering a whole five more). I'll keep my fingers crossed your next customer will be better.

Kaderin Triste 12-13-2018 05:19 PM

Lol. So every time I hear about someone complaining about prices, I think about that story/conversation.
Tbh, I've been on both sides. Before I really got into a lot of crafts, I'd look at hand dyed yarns or crocheted gloves and think "$30 for that? No way! That's too much!" But then I started actually dying yarns and making stuff with yarn and realized that it actually is very common for crafts and hand-made items to be very much underpriced, even at the prices that initially sound like a lot. So when people get upset about prices being what they think is too much, I can understand why they think that way. They just don't understand (and sometimes refuse to understand because they just want so be cheap) why we have to charge what we do. On occasion, you can actually make explain and have the person understand, but a lot of the time, unless they've done craft stuff before, they just don't get it.

KittyBeary 12-13-2018 10:25 PM

Ahh, it's not exactly handmade. It's a cosplay I got a few years back that I don't quite wear anymore, so I'm selling it. ._." But even if it was handmade and someone was complaining about prices I'd also be mad. >_<

Kaderin Triste 12-13-2018 10:44 PM

Ohhhhh.....that makes sense.
But was it like a pre-made cosplay set or individual components that you bought and put together, because that can get pricy tio. Especially for mid-to-high quality pieces. (And I have seen some of your cosplays and they're really awesome so....)

Den 12-14-2018 04:26 AM

i'm having a mini-crisis because of my apparent gender and my obvious whiteness https://twitter.com/DEAGrantDraws/st...91663283257344


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