"Women are teachable" is a booklet guide from the 1940s that shows how workplaces (and mainly, the female working force) have changed since the World War II era.
If you're an introvert, like me, you will understand that sometimes you really don't feel like seeing, talking or being around people. Family events, work people, strangers: it doesn't matter who it is, just as long as they're human. Sometimes, this feeling gets so strong that you'll do anything to avoid being around people. Here are 19 stories of Redditors who went to the extreme to avoid being around people - even if that meant doing some pretty crazy things. But it worked!
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Work Hard. Meme harder. Be best.
Or at least that should be a phrase if it isn't already, but I digress. Work is rarely a place of enjoyment and good vibes, and more often than not is little more than just a busier form of Chinese water torture.
But you can get yourself out of this funk, all you need to do is scroll through a huge list of good-mood inducing memes made just for you, or these workday memes made if all you need to do is make it to clock out time.
In case of a boring work day... here is an exciting story to help get you through it! We know it helped us!
Here's a little backstory. Well, apparently a colleague of Twitter user Zak Toscani had gotten his lunch stolen from none other than the employee kitchen! We agree, scandalous! So obviously Zak too to Twitter to document everything that had happened!