Don't wanna.

Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by iGary, Oct 11, 2005.

  1. iGary
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    #1
    No desire to work today.

    At all.

    Anyone else? :(
     
  2. mad jew
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    I've gotta say I struggled all day. Finally kicked in about 4:00ish.

    Good luck with it iGary, there are few things more frustrating. :(
     
  3. DeSnousa
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    It's really hot in Australia at the moment and I work in a fridge and freezer. So can't wait :D
     
  4. iMeowbot
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    So you're the one who puts out the light when the door closes?
     
  5. edesignuk
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    If it makes you feel any better, I'm not working.

    At all.

    All week.

    :D
     
  6. iGary
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    Bastich. :mad:
     
  7. DeSnousa
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    I wish ;) I mainly fill milk at my local supermarket.
     
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    If it makes you feel any better I've got class from 9:30 till 2:15 straight through, then I'll be going to work from 2:30 till 5, and then the studying begins for my 3 mid-terms next week.

    I don't feel like going to class
    I don't feel like going to work
    I don't feel like studying
     
  9. mad jew
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    I'm just gonna leave that one right there. You're too young. You're too innocent. :p
     
  10. iGary
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    I'd love to be a student again.

    I usually have two hours of work under my belt by now, but I haven't done a thing. :rolleyes:
     
  11. MacDawg
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    I feel your pain buddy...

    Watching all of your peers bail out of the bankrupt airline, leaving you behind is depressing. Every day I hear about somebody else.

    Hang in there

    Woof, Woof – Dawg [​IMG]
     
  12. edesignuk
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    I'd keep that to yourself if I were you...

    [​IMG]
     
  13. gwuMACaddict
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    i'm at work...

    but mostly taking care of other business...

    (gotta get my errands done sometime! ;) )
     
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    That's why I always check the date and the seals on the milk!

    Woof, Woof – Dawg [​IMG]
     
  15. iGav
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    no change there then eh' e? ;) heheh.
     
  16. DeSnousa
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    It's a sad trend though sadly, employers are just after cheaper and fresher employees in their teenage years :p :eek:
     
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    Motivation = Zero

    Has been for ages, uni's really suffering too.

    Too apathetic to care.

    Damn uni.
     
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    i don't go to school right now because of my illness i just enjoy running and sleeping. but i have dentist appointment in two hours and i don't want to get up :/
     
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    Oh I hear you guys! My desk is completely covered with jobs I need to be working on BUT I am so tired I can barely keep my eyes open. I cannot wait until 3:30 but its not coming anytime soon!! :(
     
  20. scem0
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    I actually feel motivated today :).

    I woke up extra early (4:30 AM) due to a weird sleep schedule. I drank hot tea and finished up my homework that is due today (at 12). I made myself some rice, which turned out quite well. I did some mid to upper body workout - crunches and handstand pushups, and then I ran from the first floor of my dorm up the stairs to the 17th floor, all the way back down to the first, and back up to my room on the 6th. Got back, took a shower, and got on MR.

    So, I got a short, full body workout, my homework (2d compositions and greyscale photographs) turned out quite well, I have 3 hours to do whatever I want before I have to get to class, and I feel refreshed from my shower. Oh, and I smell good, too :).

    But I am dreading the last 30 minutes of my class. I'm going to get really sleepy around 2:30 and my class doesn't end till 3:00. And afterwards I have to talk to the head of one of the programs at my school to see about switching into it. Oh well. :cool:

    Usually, I am the epitome of lazy. I cry on the inside when my alarm wakes me up at 8:00 for class on Mondays.

    _Emerson
     
  21. 20rogersc
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    Ugh, not at all.

    Just had three hours of ICT, finding out how to do reports on M$ Access, for about the tenth time.

    Oh and I got to finish my Art & Design coursework for friday :eek:

    ::20ROGERSC::
     
  22. bartelby
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    I never feel like working, this job is sh*te!
    Time for a new one I think!

    Especially now I've had to take on the jobs my line manager did.
    More work, more responsibility longer hours to get the work done.

    More money?

    Nope!! :mad:
     
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    I'm not working today because I have an industrial case of the trots so maybe that will make you smile (or grimace). :eek:
     
  24. jelloshotsrule
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    try working as a temp. you feel totally detached from your work as in a day or a week it could be gone. therefore, you don't really build relationships with co-workers. you are more likely to drag work out than work hard to get it done so you can leave early...

    the motivation is non-existent. well, except paying the bills

    i've considered writing a book about being a temp...
     
  25. russed
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    i have two exams in the next two days in freshers week of all weeks. so everyone is out having fun and im supposed to be revising, but instead of either revising or just sodding it and having fun im just sat doing nothing instead! AAARRRRGGGHH, i know nothing!

    p.s. can enyone give me a crash course in the prime ministers of the last 100 years?
     

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