freaking out the book representative from [Company Redacted]. I emailed you last week about a book I am genuinely interested in using. Why you chose to ignore that email is beyond me. Your response to a voicemail in which I referenced [Competing Company]'s similar textbook (and much more helpful representative!) made my morning more amusing. I'll still probably use your book. But yer gonna sweat for it, lazy person.
leaving a small take-out box filled with candy in the mailbox of awesome colleague. Let us hope she enjoys peanut butter cups as much as I do
catching another colleague in a very blatant lie. Oops! You're a liar and a jerk and now we both know that I know.
emailing the department that's sponsoring my new class about getting me some students from said class and watching THINGS ACTUALLY HAPPEN (this is super vague, but I created a new class! it's exciting because it's new! and also because new class = more $$$$ which I would be ever-so-grateful to have) Enrollment > 0
responding to repeated invitations from the worst of the dreaded band wives with, "I can't, I'm busy."
responding to repeated invitations from the worst of the band wives with, "I can't, I'm busy," and having it be the truth.
watching the worst of the band wives totally fucking scramble to confirm plans with me because now that I am not available, I am suddenly that much more awesome. Hello, 13 year old social pecking order. I had nearly forgotten you.
Silently explaining to the worst of the band wives how, if she would actually keep the plans she effing makes, I might have more time to spend with her. But since she can't be bothered? I can't either.
my office mate's (unsuccessful) passive-aggressive attempts at making me refill the printer cartridge. I HAVE USED IT ONCE THIS SEMESTER. YOU ARE ONLY HURTING YOURSELF.