Some of you have heard me vent a bit about my job and how parts of it don’t suit me. But despite all this, I truly love my coworkers. We have a great comradeship that keeps us sane. One of my favorite people at this job shares a cube wall with me. We like to snark back and forth to keep things chuckly. For instance this morning:

My Fellow Cubedrone: [loudly so everyone can hear] “All people who use twitter should be called twits.”

Me: “How about inserting an ‘a’ instead of ‘i’ in there?”

MFC: [laughing] “This is a Christian company. Maybe you didn’t get the memo.”

hehe ok, maybe you had to be there 😉

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6 thoughts on “I thought Jesus would love the twats…”

JM_B · August 26, 2009 at 3:39 pm

Oh no you DON'T have to be there. I can almost "hear" the humor (or humour as we say in Canada, vowels are a natural resource here so we use them everywhere).

Apphacker · August 26, 2009 at 6:06 pm

Why do you work at a "Christian company" ?

    godlessgirl · August 26, 2009 at 7:21 pm

    To make them all hell-bound heathens like myself, of course!

    Actually, I started this job as a Christian, but chose to keep it after deconversion because I'm not likely to be laid off, I like the people, and there's no way I wanna look for a new job right now. Go figure!

    godlessgirl · August 26, 2009 at 7:22 pm

    To make them all hell-bound heathens like myself, of course!

    Actually, I started this job as a Christian, but chose to keep it after deconversion because I'm not likely to be laid off, I like the people, and there's no way I wanna look for a new job right now. I'm stickin here for now 🙂

GoodReasonNews · August 27, 2009 at 1:26 am

I'm curious as to whether it's actually a "Christian" company or if your co-worker used the term "Christian" as a synonym for "moral." Like the way people say "this is a family restaurant" when they really mean "moral."

stuffed · September 10, 2009 at 5:05 am

I think it is amusing that family and christian are often used interchangably by christian parties. Especially political parties like family first and so on.

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