Nubbinz is back and a bit upset.
Job hunting sucks.
I'm still employed in RV hell cleaning shit (literally).
So I hit another fuck this day and decide to job hunt. I come across an ad for a vehicle painters helper for a different company with the GLORIOUS words "no experience needed!"
I waste no time sending off my plea for hiring me and why I want this job and within hours, have a phone interview set up the next day.
When interviewer calls he starts right off by saying he was calling to interview me about .....the exact same position I'm trying to leave..... No words about the position I actually applied for.
When it got to the question where he asked why I wanted to join the company I briefly mentioned the job I actually applied for and he seemed surprised (like he didn't know) and admitted they were still searching for that spot.
Why do companies do this crap? Should I stay far away? Because it seems like someones already fucking with hiring process and if I get in it might get worse.
I have that OCD thing, where when I'm in someone else's store I start to straighten what I'm looking at.
Tonight I had to run into Walmart to get some soap and I wanted to make sure the one I picked smelled nice, so I smelled a couple of them and put them back nicer than I found them; all neat and straight and faced to the front of the shelves.
One of the bottles had a cap that someone left half off and when I picked it up it fell on the floor, a man walking by actually picked it up for me and gave it to me! I think he was like some sort of angel, haha.
He actually contributed to keeping shit off the floor and nice and neat! It was crazy, I don't think anyone will ever believe it happened. (:
This was originally posted on November 30, 2008.
For Kerry, the day after Black Friday went down like a category 5 Piggy Hurricane:
Piggy Shoppers tore through her department leaving Retail Hell everywhere.
And during it all Kerry cleaned up after them, feeling a cold coming on as her body ached, her throat became scratchy, and her head felt fuzzy and pressurized.