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Memes For Anyone Who Is Ready To Quit Their Job And Nap Full-Time Instead

Unless you're part of the small but elite club of people in the world who actually loves their job, you'll find going to work a total bummer. And that's OK because you're not alone. In fact, if you asked everyone in the world, 99.999% of them would probably tell you that if they could get paid to stay in bed and drink mimosas all day, they would. Shocking, right? So whether you hate your boss, your coworkers, your commute, or your actual job itself, these memes are for you. And just so we're clear: here at Cheezcake, we love our jobs because we get to create awesome content like this, just for you.

relatable memes about quitting your job and napping full time | thumbnail text -Ill get that to you by EOD When people ask how I handle this job... IM DEAD INSIDE.
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Memes For Anyone Who Dreads Going Into Work And Actually Doing Their Job

Picture the scene: you're sitting in traffic, trying not to stab yourself in the eye as you attempt to do your mascara with one hand. You're late for work, your boss is a total biatch, you hate your coworkers, and you're hungover AF. So basically, it's a typical Wednesday. If that's you, then these memes will speak to your poor, tortured soul. If you love your job, you are truly blessed, and you can also see yourself out the door, thank you.

memes for anyone who cries at the thought of goin into work | thumbnail text - me trying to figure out how long i can stay in the restroom at work without getting fired A = r C= 2nn 1 + cos e cos - = 2 cot - = csc 0 + cot 0 2 1+ cos 0 cot - =+ 2 1- cos 0 V= aPh sin 0 cot 1- cos 6 土 O IN me at a job interview claiming working under also me I can work under pressure pressure
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Memes For Anyone Who Hates Their Job Or Coworkers With A Passion

Going to work is a drag. I mean, I don't know who invented the idea that you have to work for your money, but I hope they are burning in hell. OK, just kidding. I love my job — I get to create awesome meme lists all day, but not everyone is as lucky as me. So in your honor, here is a bunch of relatable work memes for when you're having the Monday blues every goddamn day of the week, and when your coworkers are driving you batshit crazy.

relatable memes for anyone who hates their job and their coworkers | thumbnail text - Boss : Show me the example of success Me : a HW TO SLEEP W Mg de When you just get to work on a Monday and your coworkers are all energetic and cheerful
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Babysitters Reveal Their Nightmare Experiences On The Job

Babysitting is usually a very clutch job to take on. If the kids are nice enough, and the parents pay well, it could be considered a very quick and easy cash grab. Of course the kids need to be entertained as well, and there are about a million things that can go wrong and result in an immediate termination... but usually you just end up eating chips in their living room watching Netflix.

Babysitters who have had some very unfortunate experiences on the job and sharing the crazy sh*t they've seen on Reddit, and it's reminding me why I'm happy I've moved on from that phase in my young adult life.

Babysitters Reveal Their Nightmare Experiences On The Job| thumbnail text - whateverspicegirl · 3h The toddler came out into the living room holding the mom's sex toy. I was beyond grossed out! When I went to put it away in their bedroom, they had a whole drawer full of stuff. As a 12 year old, it was a bit much to see. 6 Reply 4 13 3 ...
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Women Poke Fun At How Inaccurately Their Professions Are Portrayed In Media

Everything always looks better in the movies. Women have naturally blown-out hair, flawless skin, and super cool professions that they're crazy passionate about. In the media world, there's never a dull day at work, which we all know couldn't be farther from the truth. A Reddit user started a thread about what media gets wrong about people's jobs, and the women of Reddit really pulled through on this one. Scroll down to find out if everything you've been seeing in the movies has been one big lie. 

Reddit thread about how the media portrays professions inaccurately | thumbnail text - 2 drunkenknitter 1 day ago I'm a librarian. I have literally never touched a physical book in my job. I don't have cats. I'm not shy and withdrawn. The cardigans are pretty spot on though.
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Childfree Woman With Demanding Job Upset At Moms For Claiming Monopoly On Tiredness

We all have that one friend who just cannot stop 'sneak-bragging' about how overwhelmed they are, how they just barely have enough time to eat or sleep or exercise. Yet it seems as though they really make the time to tell you all of this, literally every single day. And of course, they never ask you about your life and your duties, because they're so cute and little compared to hers. You couldn't possibly understand what it's like to be tired! Why is it always a competition of who is busier? I know this must be making you think of somebody.

Before we get into this aggravating 'Am I The A-hole' post, if you feel pissed off already and want to scream, feel free to let it all out.

childfree woman with demanding job upset at friends who claim monopoly on tiredness | thumbnail text - AITA for saying people without kids can also get tired? Not the A-hole This is probably really stupid. I really don't think I'm the AH here but my friends are split..unsurprisingly pretty evenly along lines of who has kids and who doesn't. Basically I (34f) have a really demanding job. I work long hours, never really get to turn off, and have a crap contract which means unemployment is always l
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Guy Gets Slammed For Being Jealous Of GF's 'Easier', Better Paid Job

The extended lockdown over the past year has meant many couples now work together from home. Of course, living and working with your significant other isn't ideal because you're basically on top of each other 24-7, exposing you to sides of them that you might not have seen before. But since it's pretty unavoidable nowadays, couples have had to adapt. Unfortunately, it has brought out the ugly side of people, which one guy who posted on Reddit's Am I The Asshole proved when he went on a jealous rant after observing his GF's work schedule and being bitter that she was making double his salary for half the work. She understandably got pissed off, explaining that it wasn't his place to say what her time was worth because she was hired for her knowledge. If her boss and CEO saw the work she produced and based her salary off that, it wasn't his place to undervalue her because he was jealous. He also casually threw in the fact that she does the housework and he doesn't. Redditors had a lot to say to him, but the main consensus was that he was the asshole who had jealousy issues. Read his ridiculous rant, and let us know what you think.




guy jealous of girlfriend's better paying job | thumbnail Text - r/AmItheAsshole · Posted by u/throwaway862610 3 hours ago AITA for being frustrated that my girlfriend doesn't work hard at her job and gets paid nearly twice as much as I do? My girlfriend and I both work in tech, she's a safety validator for software, working at a consulting firm, and I'm doing network infrastructure support. When we both worked in different offices I didn't know much about her day to day life at work.
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Boss Dragged For Claiming Employee's Morning Sickness 'Counteracts Feminist Movement'

If you ever need a stark reminder that sexism is still very much alive and well, here's a story for ya. A male employer recently posted a rant on Reddit's Am I The AHole, expressing his displeasure over his (by the sounds of it, very much overworked) female employee's productivity being affected by her morning sickness. Yeah, no sh*t Sherlock. Try going through one day of pregnancy, and then mansplain about what a breeze it is. He said that since she was only in her "first trimester and barely even pregnant yet," he didn't think it was "fair to other women that she was using a normal bodily function as an excuse for low productivity." Ummm OK. Death is also a 'normal bodily function,' so I'm not sure that argument holds up. The cherry on the top of his ignorant, misogynistic rant was him telling her, "This is what women fought to counteract during the feminist movement." OK, so two things are clear to me: not only does this idiot have zero comprehension of how difficult pregnancy can be, but he's completely missed the point that his dismissal of her medical issues because it's pregnancy-related, is the sexist part. As you can imagine, Redditors were quick to jump down his throat, calling him out on being the a—hole that he is. God help his wife when she is pregnant.

boss is dragged for complaining female employee's morning sickness undoes years of feminist activism | thumbnail Text - Posted by u/Unfair-Raspberry-108 5 days ago AITA for telling an employee that pregnancy is not an excuse for low productivity? Asshole I work in an office (due to the nature of our work and our employer, we are not working remotely right now) where I supervise a team of three people. The end of the year is our crunch time, and it means that my entire team is putting in more hou
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Husband Trolled For Telling Wife To 'F— Off' After Job Promotion

A healthy marriage is about a partnership. It means celebrating each other's successes — both professional and personal — and realizing that one person's achievement benefits both people in the relationship. But sometimes, the fragile male ego gets in the way, leaving some men unable to celebrate their wives' success, especially if they feel insecure about their accomplishments. Like this guy who posted on Reddit's Am I The A-hole, who couldn't handle the fact that his wife received a promotion at work while he was unemployed. Instead of celebrating her success, he accused her of "bragging" about it (which, of course, she wasn't, she was only hoping her husband would show her the basic and expected levels of pride and support). Of course, everyone accused him of toxic masculinity and called him a massive a**hole. Personally, I can't even believe this guy is real.

husband who was jealous of wife's promotion at work told her to F off, gets trolled | thumbnail Text - Posted by u/oldcaca101 5 days ago AITA for telling my wife to f ck off after she was bragging about her promotion at work ? Asshole Me and my wife have been married for 3 years. For info, i was working as a web designer but me and some of my coworkers got laid off and I have been looking for another job for a month but I haven't been able to find anything. Ive sent CVs but I never got any respo
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Kids Describing Their Parent's Jobs: Funny Twitter Thread

One day, I was about seven-years-old when my dad brought me home a bunch of spare stationery from his office. We're talking highlighters, sticky notes, pens, and a stapler. The next day, I went to school and told my teacher that my dad's job was a 'pen tester,' and he sat all day testing out pens to see if they work. His actual job? A marketing director. Oh, to be that blissfully naive again. The phrase 'truth from the mouth of babes' is a reality that many parents live each day. Someone Tweeted, "My friend's daughter was asked by her teacher what does her mother do for a living. Miss thing said move papers around and talk on the phone. My friend is a judge." It received thousands of likes and shares, with people responding with similar funny examples of what they think their parents do for a living. Kids really do say the darndest things!



kids describe their parents jobs in funny twitter thread | thumbnail Text - Household Government @LadyBugAssassin My friend's daughter was asked by her teacher what does her mother do for a living. Miss thing said move papers around and talk on the phone. My friend is a judge. 9 11:03 PM Oct 19, 2020 · Twitter for iPhone 14.8K Retweets 678 Quote Tweets 130.5K Likes >
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People Explain Their Obscure And Weird Jobs

While most of us work your average nine to five job as a lawyer, a postman, a nail technician, or a teacher, thousands of people out there are working pretty obscure jobs. From regulating cheese to moving ships in and out of harbors to even being a chimney sweep (yes that's still a thing apparently), these people share the obscure jobs they have and the reactions they get when they tell people what they do. Some of them are pretty bizarre! 

redditor obscure job reaction share weird wonderful funny | Separate--Earth 1.6k points 6 hours ago make coupons on back receipts know Mexican place coupon on back Kroger receipt welcome.
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The Inevitable Stages Of The Workday Everyone Goes Through, But Wishes They Didn't

Work is an inevitable part of life and takes up a significant chunk of our time. In fact, the average person will spend 90,000 hours at work over their lifetime, so it's important to like what you do. But whatever your profession, it's likely that you will go through the same feelings as everyone else over the course of your day. Here are the 13 stages of the workday told through relatable GIFS, that might make today a little brighter for you. At least you know you're not alone.  

workday office funny GIFs stages relatable work job | Michael Scott The Office Steve Carell An office is a place where dreams come true
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Funniest 'How I Got Fired' Tweets

Jimmy Fallon's Hashtags are a phenomenon that goes viral each time he puts another one out. Asking the public for their stories using one simple hashtag, with a chance to feature on his show, he always receives hilariously epic responses and this one was no different. He asked people to provide their stories using the hashtag #HowIGotFired and sure enough, the public delivered! Here is a selection of some of the funniest ones we found.

When you're done, and if you love Jimmy Fallon, check out the responses he got when he asked people to #RuinAMovieWithOneWord

jimmy fallon, fired, funny tweets, job, twitter, work | tweet by Jayme Really @JaymeMckenna #HowlGotFired went work one day and my manager explained our meeting previous day, while sleeping, she had fired.
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Quick Story About A Man Who Did Nothing For Years And Got Paid For It

The power of a clipboard, ladies and gents. The question on Quora, "Have you ever had a job where you did nothing for years and nobody found out?" brought out a story of a man named Bob, told by user Shayne Wyatt.

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10 Good Boys That You Wish You Worked With

Every office needs a good boy. Who's going to gobble up the food that you drop on the floor while eating at your desk? Who's going to beg to sit on your lap while you're answering your morning emails? And office without a dog is barely an office at all.

If nobody is bringing dogs to your office, maybe you need to move your office to the dogs. There are tons of office good boys at WeWork, which has 300+ locations in over 70 cities! Try one today with up to 20% off at this link: https://we.co/cheez

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