I bet she has her reasons. Nevertheless, that doesn't mean you should linger around the problem forever. Even if she was very dear to you and probably could have been better, she, like I said, may have her reasons. Cheer up, things will get better.
I'm supposed to be drawing a comic with someone, and I have no freaking idea how to start it. They're waiting for me to finish it so they can start their part, and I feel like I am just taking too long!
Also, we have the weirdest weather. Snow. Then the next day was warm. Then the day after that, it snows again with sleet and freezing rain. And then tomorrow we're supposed to have tornadoes and thunderstorms. Alrighty then!
Ever since starting my job 6 months ago, which now is pretty much just keeping the restaurant part of the building tidy - I feel the need to complain about how horrible MESSY people are Especially families with kids who leave tables behind looking like the aftermath of a nuclear explosion...only thing missing is the zombies
I've said it at least once to every worker I've been partnered with - "I have never in my life left any public area looking half as bad as this" and "When I was a kid I would have gotten in serious trouble if I was this disgusting" . These are probably the same people who piss all over the toilet seat and floor, re-arrange and randomly dump items in grocery stores, toss litter, used bubblegum and cigarette butts wherever it lands and don't clean up their dog's shit off the sidewalk - yet they lose their shit at you if you don't take off your shoes before entering their house It's just a lack of respect for public property. I'm not saying people should be doing the cleaner's work for them, but at least attempt to not eat and behave like farm animals
I remember when I was working as a part-time cleaner in a restaurant. Actually, it was not that messy of a place, and the people were decent... most of the time. I remember one particular family that made the entire area look like the Hungry Hungry Hippos decided they were actually full in the first place. Really, I couldn't step in that area for a month after that. Poor, sanitary me. As for the respect part, I definitely get you there. The best advice I can offer is to just suck it up and get it done, sadly.
I love shopping at the market and finding a frozen food item dumped in a random aisle because they were too lazy to place it back in the frozen food case. Yes I have seen the carnage left behind when some low lifes and their hoard of kids eat at a buffet. What a bunch of freakin' slobs!
Tell me about it. The grocery store guys must despise their customers for doing that. One could argue "it's their job" but they are meant to do other stuff as their top priority first, having to compensate for other people's laziness means they sacrifice time they could be spending on more important tasks. Same goes for cleaners too - people say "It's their job to clean up after us". But I disagree. To me - cleaners are meant to clean up accidents like when people accidentally knock over a beverage or drop food on the floor (happens to the best of us). Not laziness - like people who leave a table full of drinking cups and food wrappers because they couldn't be bothered walking it ten feet to the nearest bin
It's always the most disgusting, rude, irresponsible parents that have the most kids too :crying" Damn trailer trash squeezing out a new one every 9 months