An escape route

I‘ve proven over the years that I’m not a great employee and my response to this week’s 100 Word Challenge for Grown Ups as the line was crossed … is my tongue in cheek view of employed bliss!

And as always if you get the chance it’s always worth checking out the other responses which you can find by clicking on the pretty globe below.

100wcgu-71

 

I’d gone too far this time. The way she said, “but I’m sure you didn’t mean to do it” with that faintly complicit smile directed at her partner, not at me, was my confirmation. Of course I’d meant to do it. I’d imagined a way out and planned my escape for months. I’d worked hard to test boundaries, check out the limits, prod at the perimeter of the rule book. Eventually I realised that it wasn’t the big things that would break their resolve and as the line was crossed, as I pulled into her designated parking space, I knew that tomorrow I’d be free.

4 Comments

  1. lorrainefort
    Apr 9, 2013

    hmm…seems pretty passive/aggressive…cunning with out overt responsibility…

    • knowingd
      Apr 9, 2013

      nothing like the workplace for bringing out the worst in some of us!

  2. Alicia Audrey
    Apr 9, 2013

    Hahaha. YES! I like it! I had no idea what was coming. The last sentence made me laugh.
    My response: http://www.aliciaaudrey.com/blog/slicingonions/

  3. GSussex
    Apr 9, 2013

    Love it – the hallowed designated parking space, classic!

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