Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Shivvy, Mar 2, 2012.
I'm waiting for someone to ruin it for us here
not only that we have donkey fucking friday
Don't work in an office
this. And I am VERY casual on this Friday.
me too. wearing sweats and doing paperwork.
We just have FUCKING Friday. You have to use the word FUCK everytime you say something.
"Good fucking morning! How the fuck are ya?"
"I'm fucking great! How the fuck are YOU?"
It's fun. Until you take a customer's phone call.
No, business casual mon-fri
I think I may implement that in the office
We have "No tie day Friday"
At the height of my not giving a shit days here, every day was casual friday. I would wear running shorts and a t-shirt. To an office. When I walked in at 11 AM. With guys in suits.
Over the past year I've had a 180 in attitude, and wear jeans and a proper polo every day and I;m in @ 8AM, leave @ 4:30.
But fuck man, some of the shit I got away with ... Sandals, track pants.
First job I got after college was for Netscape. I put on a suit and tie for my interview. Go to the building on Franklin in Chicago, very nice, marble floors, doorman. I go up the elevator the guy comes out to interview me. A little Indian guy in shorts, Hawaiian shirt and sandals. I thought I have to get this job.
Best job I ever had.
i pretty much can wear jeans and sneakers every day. I would wear a suit if meeting with a new client or something gay like that maybe...but we are casual M-F.
couple of the faggots in the help desk wear t-shirts with comic book characters and shit.........I wear jeans and sneakers but i always have some sort of nice collared shirt on
I'm wearing canvas Vans today....I hope I don't get called to any meetings.
Me too, Fast Times at Ridgemont style.
My car is my office, so yes...
I wear shorts and t shirts all summer and jeans all winter. I usually wear shorts unless it's below 50 outside cause the buildings I cover are hot as fuck. If I know a big boss is gonna show I wear jeans and a nice shirt.
We have an unwritten policy of jeans on Friday. I don't know why they don't make it official policy. I suppose it's a way to hold something over our heads. I work from home most of the time so it's T-shirt, gym shorts and bed head for me.