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Temporary Insanity…

Most of my temp assignments in life have been pretty low key. Years ago, I temped for about 3 months – some long assignments, some short ones, nothing too eventful. I am thanking God now that they weren’t like the ones you can read about over at Oh, thank you God. (Be sure to read the “Go Fish” story if you want to know the reason behind my sudden religious gratitude.)

Oh, and if you actually have a job and you’re at work while you try to read those – look out. They are hysterically funny and you will be laughing quite loud. This will cause your co-workers to notice that you’re goofing off, and then … well, you too might be dealing with Temporary Insanity!

By Christine

Christine is an Avenger of Sexiness. Her Superpower is helping Hot Mamas grow their Confidence by rediscovering their Beauty. She lives in the Heights in Houston, Texas, works as a boudoir photographer, and writes about running a Business of Awesome. In her spare time, she loves to knit, especially when she travels. She & her husband Mike have a food blog at Spoon & Knife.

3 replies on “Temporary Insanity…”

RE the Fish story: I am *so* unable to bite my tongue and do things the banal potentially error-filled way that someone else wants me to. I just smile and nod my head and then do it the correct way. Maybe that’s why I always ended up having to dust and reorganize the supply closets at my temp jobs when I got the work they had hired me to spend the whole day on done in an hour.

He he. I know you’d love notmydesk!

BTW: Hi! Love your blog, I’ve been reading for a looong time without commenting, I’m glad I did though!

OK, so I’m at work, reading this stuff and giggling like a madman, but trying to be quiet about it and hoping no one walks by when I’m snorting. I was already having a day where I’m being driven to crazed giggles (I’m using a magnifying glass to read a photo-copied, hand-written, faded journal from 1805 and check to make sure a transcription of it is OK), and this is making it worse. Thanks for the site, though, I’m reading it when I can’t take any more 1805.

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