I'm drunk and high, and would like to see if anyone would enjoy some Dilbert comics posted, seeing how most of you programmers and engineers will likely find their way into corporate hell. Might shine a little light on the life you'll be walking into.
Yes? No? It's technology related, but in a satirical sense.
Please stop me if you don't care about it, I'll oblige your wishes for more or to straight out stop.
Holy shit, this hits too close.
>completed diablo 2 with coworkers while doing compiling/defragging
So hard to type captcha when faded
>tfw get job offer today
>seems like dream job
i dont know how to feel.
Last one in my save folder. Been taking these from the the dilbert webpage for the last 2 days, only ones I find really relevant to the job market.
Hope you enjoyed
This is probably due to never working in a corporate office but does anyone else find the whole 90s cubicle aesthetic perversely comfy?
Thanks, I didn't even phrase it right. Like it's clear he's a shitty employer but I enjoy when they make it obvious that he himself also has to deal with shitty employees in a shitty company in a shitty industry.
It's a place of simultaneous relaxation and fear. A place where you are isolated enough to mind your own business yet not isolated enough that you can avoid reacting to noises creeping towards you.
Not at all. Its like a gilded cage, and poorly coated at that.
>I would rather be here
>Job run, surrounded, created, and facilitated by men
>Pay a man to fix it
>A male fertility doctor to give you sperm from a man
>My male gardener mows my lawn for me
>Men are so useless
Lads. I have a confession to make. Reading the Dilbert strip in the newspaper in the morning while taking a shit and smoking a cig is pretty much the highlight of my day. Everything just spirals down the shitter after that.
It depends on the size. The call center people at my job work in these tiny little cubes barely big enough for their chair and they have little desk space. I'm a developer so I get dual monitors, a massive desk, one of the cubicle walls is a white board, and I have tons of drawer and cabinet space. I think whether people like cubicles or not is highly dependent on what size they're used to. People who have only ever known small cubicles will hate them. My desk at work is massive. I've never had a desk that big in my life. Feels so damn comfy. I even have a nicely printed name tag on my cube. Feels really professional.
Hope you all enjoyed
Might post more later on tonight, I'm too drunk and high, or maybe Im not too drunk or high enough to keep posting. Also I need to refill my vape and change out the wick. Shits a pain, but I'll be back, trust in me and I shall deliver.