I need help and I'm accepting resumes.
The last few times I've gone out for drinks with friends, I've noticed that I tell a lot of stories that are, in fact, neither funny nor interesting. I also talk WAY too much.
On Friday a bunch of us went to a nearby pub to say goodbye to two co-workers who are leaving the compnay. Here are just some of the things I said that night that probably would have been best left unsaid.
Said to someone who I've only talked to at work, who was drinking Hoegaarden:
That beer you're drinking tastes like cat pee. Why do you drink cat pee beer?
Said after a friend accidentally brushed again my arm and commented on my skin:
My skin's soft? I know! It's because I use cheap, no-name lotion.
Said to a co-worker who has a pretty high opinion of himself:
I know you think you're all hot and stuff, but I don't think you're attractive. Like at. All.
Said to the table in general, at a time when most of my co-workers feel they are vastly underpaid:
They pay me a ridiculously huge amount of money to do my job!
Said to a friend who is my age:
My mom think you're hot. Too bad you didn't know her a year ago - I could be calling you dad now.
Said to a very good friend who is in a newish relationship:
In university, a friend of mine dated your boyfriend. They didn't go out long, though. She said he was creepy.
Said at the end of the night:
I'm not gonna pass out in the bathroom. I just want to have a little nap here.
I shudder to think of what I said that I no longer remember.
So yeah, send your applications by e-mail to me and I'll get back to those I feel qualify for an interview. Your job will to be to follow me when I go drinking and to make me shut the hell up.
At least I didn't ride the pig in front of the pub like one of my co-workers did.