This young stud found his dream job at the check-out counter, where he could…check out the ladies. Unfortunately for him, things didn’t go according to plan and all those cute checkout ladies ended up feeling creeped out by him.
But he had at least one person in his corner, and that was his (probably even creepier) dad! We’re happy to hear that the store took care of this issue! No one wants to go to work worrying about their overly flirty coworker.
Going the Whole Nine Yards
While golfing is hard work, golf course maintenance is probably pretty challenging too. In the case of this unlucky golfing enthusiast, hopping into the golf cart proved to be anything but simple.
Who knew that a golf cart had that much horsepower, to begin with? It was strong enough to keep going with a power washer hose wrapped around it! Sounds like an expensive mistake.
I Ain't Doing That!
Most likely, at some point in your working life, you've waited tables. Heck, even some CEOs were once busboys at Chuck E. Cheese, and if you're starting out on the job hunt, your last table waiting gig will be the first thing on your fresh resume.
There are a handful of folks however who refuse to get their hands dirty and this girl is definitely one of them. When asked to clear a table, she scoffed at the mere idea of it. We'll hand it to her though, at least she was completely honest when asked if she wanted to even work there. And voila, she no longer did.
Barking Up the Wrong Tree
It's important to stand up for yourself, especially as the new guy, even if you're in that sort of initiation period. Because let's face it, you don't want to become the doormat of the lot. This new worker, however, took that approach and went into overdrive when he took on the general manager.
He didn't actually know it was the general manager, even with the label clearly printed and pinned onto his pocket. But, hey, the new guy wasn't employed to read, he was employed to do things like taking out the trash. Except he wasn't into that either.
Houston, We Have a Moron
There can be a lot of awkward fumbling around on your first day at a new job. If you're a waiter and you drop a few plates on your first shift, it's annoying but forgivable. Dropping a wrench from 150 feet in a space shuttle is next-level clumsiness.
There can be no 'oopsies' when it comes to anything space-related. And how do you go about docking 3.3 million dollars from someone's pay? Keep this person out of there.