It's February, we can all agree the Christmas season is over, but if I'm being totally honest, I could probably still find some Christmas decorations still up around the house... from a few Christmases ago. We all kind of just got used to them being there, you know? And it's not like all Christmas decorations are too blatantly Christmas... at least that's what I tell myself when people ask why there's a 2 ft tall golden camel in my dining room. Totally not kidding. His name is Aught. Camel Aught. Camelot. Get it? Yeah, we're lame.
Are you kidding?!
We've all been there, we've all seen it and had to suck it up and move on. I'm of course discussing workplace drama. There are always those handful of employees who seem shrouded in a mystical "luck cloak." You know who they are, the ones who everytime they do something heinous it's never that big deal, even when it is. They are the people who's actions would be worthy of execution if one of us has done been the guilty party. Somehow they manage to escape retribution, merited retribution, every single time. And it's astonishing (and maddening) to watch.
Redditor u/watchmeprocrastibate needed to understand how some people still have certain jobs and they can't the only ones.... What's the most f**ked up thing you've seen someone do at work and still not get fired?