I hate my job (29 Photos)

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  • Donna_Romper

    1st. suck it

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=786440649 Chris Arabian

      Suck what? Your breasts? okay …

    • http://www.facebook.com/cavok Cody Klein

      I would prefer if you sucked mine. Since your so good at being first and all…

  • sheoncebelieved

    #4 you have no sperm, good, we don't you to have offspring.

    • http://thechive.com/ Paula_

      Damn you´re confused.

      Hugs,
      Paula
      – the one with 75 bucks in the pocket!

  • http://thechive.com/ Paula_

    Turd? Yes turd, regardless.
    Also, #27 needs a lot of cats and a match…

    Hugs,
    Paula
    – the one with 75 bucks in the pocket!

    • CarRamRod

      first to thumbs down paula! Score!

    • Red

      Hey Paula, just so that we are clear on one thing – we don't "love to hate" you, we just hate you.

      That $75 is the only wad that has even been in your pants.

      • Kevin Love

        BOOM pwnd

  • Bongzilla420

    #29 ftw

    • the elusive

      Total WIN
      I LoL'd a lot at this one

  • Verbal_Kint

    #26 That right there is some fucked up bullshit….

    • Jinkies

      suck it up princess, he still tipped you.

      • b-ry

        or….ready for this….how about you get another job!

    • Marked Weiner

      I know. How is it that 5 pizzas and soda are 128 bucks?

    • Larry

      Why would you base a delivery tip on the total price of the food?

      Is your job any different if you are delivering 20 buck worth of food or 150? No.

      $5 for something a monkey could do is plenty.

      • AnthonySyl

        i agree. if they were a waiter i would say that's messed up, but not for a delivery guy.

    • Ezee

      Actually, I appreciate it when they do a good job. And if it the super bowl, or new years, they are getting a huge tip, cause, who wants to work those days? And this is coming from a republican!

    • somebloke

      Tipping is a scam. If you want more money, raise your prices or change jobs. Customers who tip just encourage this nonsense. The rest of the world doesn't put up with it.

      • http://thechive.com/ Turduckenn

        you obviously have never had a job that gets tips

    • Chim Richels

      Tough titty.

      You got $5. What the fuck do you want? 20%? You want $24 for bringing somebody some pizzas?

      'Across town' – most places deliver within a specific range. So, your 'across town' was probably a jaunt to another part of a suburb, not Harlem to Tribeca.

      As others noted, is it any harder for you to deliver one pizza or 5? Take the $5 and shut the fuck up.

      If you are delivering pizzas in the summer you are most likely a high school or college student. If so, be happy you have a job (most your age don't) and shut the fuck up.

      If you are anything older than a college student and you deliver pizzas, then $5 is the least of your worries.

      • hardcoreparkour

        Wow. Judgemental much? Yes delivering 5 pizzas is much harder than delivering 1. And there were sodas which actually make things much harder. And on top of that, if he is in a small town, his delivery area could be huge. And btw, someone has to do the shitty jobs, (ie. janitors, pizza delivery boys, flipping burgers) so being a douche about someone working is pretty stupid. It could be worse, he could be collecting welfare checks.

        • Rob

          Buying the pizza IS paying for the delivery. The tip was because he is nice. If carrying 5 pizzas and some sodas is a challenge for you, then I suggest another line of work.
          But you are right. Someone has to do the shitty jobs, but not everyone has to cry like they are entitled to a 6 figure income for doing them. No one owes you anything. Hard idea to grasp for a lot of people these days. No one owes you a damned thing. Take your 5 dollars and be happy he didn't shut the door in your face.

    • adam

      hardly- it's not like you made the food, poured my drink, and kept checking up on me. Hey, if you want 20%, why don't you deliver the food then come back every 5 or 10 minutes to check up on me and make sure my drinks are full?

      • former pizza guy

        If you want pizza, tip the guy who drove it to you in 103 degree heat, so that you didn't have to get off your fat, lazy ass and pick it up, or cook something yourself. The driver is providing you a service.

        • Tim

          How about I order pizza and tip the driver $5.

          That way the pizza place makes money, the delivery boy makes money, and I have pizza.

          Everybody's happy, unless the driver is an ungrateful douche.

        • former pizza guy 2

          A service you pay for, and he's providing it once. I always considered anything over $5 to be a big bonus. They're all right – it's not that different delivering one pizza or 5 – you tip based on how far the driver had to go.

          You just called a guy an asshole for giving you a 5-spot, and guess what? He didn't have to give you a damn penny. Shut up.

          BTW – once delivered a pizza in a tornado. Got $1.87 tip, and a basement to hide in until the trees stopped falling over.

        • Bob

          How about if you want a job, you do said job, even in hot weather, and say thanks when someone gives you $5 that they didn't have to give you in the first place.

          • Pete

            Agree. If you accept a job which pays less than minimum and relies on tips whilst you pay for expenditure then yes, there is an asshole, but its not the paying customer its your boss. Or you for accepting such conditions. Go negotiate better ones or get the hell out.

    • bonezoz

      I'm going to say, "Be thankful you got anything." Here in Australia customers rarley tip, but when they do it's either really tiny, say $0.05 to round it up to an even amount, or a nice big tip. I did the pizza run for about 6 months and the tips just covered my petrol on a bad week, but I loved public holidays and major sporting events, because then they would tip.

      I remember one time I delivered 20+ pizza's to a 21st and made exactly $0 in tips, but delivering to a junior sports final with 30 pizza's I made almost $50 in tips.

    • Maximus

      BAHAHAHAH! Pizza Delivery guy complaining about a tip. Hilarious! You're job only exists so that drunk people can still feed themselves.

      • gocubsgo!

        Seriously, this is the one and ONLY time I am going to call my fellow chivers out on this.
        Are you really that tightwad?
        Here's my philosophy on tipping – I don't just tip, I overtip.
        Everytime. Wanna know why? BECAUSE PEOPLE DESERVE RESPECT.
        That delivery guy carried your food and soda – tip him, and tip him well. IF YOU WANTED THE PIZZA SO BADLY AND DONT HAVE THE EXTRA $ – WELL THEN, LOOKS LIKE YOU HAVE TO GO GET YOUR FOOD, HUH???
        I have worked jobs that are based on tips – what makes you think that our society would even function without these people and their shitty jobs???
        In Oregon, the economy has been bad for so long that there are gas station attendants that are required by law to pump your gas. THINK ABOUT HOW IT FEELS TO HAVE THAT JOB, YOU SELFISH PRICKS. that is all.

        • Pete

          Or…. we could show them respect by encouraging their employers to pay them properly in the first place…

        • Insane Taint

          "Here's my philosophy on tipping – I don't just tip, I overtip."

          Exactly. You're tipping wrong. Why should everyone else tip wrong too?

        • tyler

          im confused. what does the economy have to do with gas attendants pumping your gas?

          • Ruffestneckaround

            Make work project

    • chris

      I work at a pizza place and make min wage. i make all the orders (30-40 an hour) take all the phone calls and box all the pizzas by myself and never make tips. its extremely stressful, when i hear all the drivers come in and complain about their tips i want to strangle them. its the easiest job ever, you drive around all day and make a lot more than me. just be grateful you get tips and dont have to deal with the stress of being stuck in the store.

  • Urban

    #17 Ever been so mad you ate a laptop for lunch. #24 and #8 LOL!

  • Mr_Rob

    #8 keeped me loling for two minutes!!

    • Ashiee19

      Same! FTW!

  • Dan

    #29 that's awesome!

  • gongshow04

    #14 hell yes

    • Hepster22

      i think i saw this outside a Safeway in North Seattle

    • TitoRigatoni

      LOL I stared at this for five minutes and couldn't see what it was until I saw this small version in your comment; much clearer in a smaller size

  • http://thechive.com/ mattythegooch

    Love my job!

    • b-ry

      ditto!

      • b-ry

        i love lovin' my sugar-daddy! :*

    • 6 Inch Taint

      Gay Bukkake porn star?

      • http://thechive.com/ mattythegooch

        Amatuer Gay Bukkake porn star………….butt, it still pays well.

  • b-ry

    what's so wrong with #3?

  • Tuttified

    #1 Probably still faster than my work comp.

  • Eeik5150

    #29 I'm with your manager on this one.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=786440649 Chris Arabian

      Unless you were a smoking hot female, if I were your manager I'd have fired you for that. I hate Kroeger and Nickleback. Actually most straight men hate Kroeger and Nickleback.

      • Raymond

        Are you sure you really hate Nickleback or hate them because someone told you to hate them?

  • jakubwrobel

    #23 – I hate both my jobs more than yours: 5am wake up Mon-Fri…..and no snooze button…

    • http://www.thechive.com DistractedIndividual

      4am for my job, at that early it doesn't make a difference to snooze or not.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=27206114 Michael Ricketts

      ya i saw this and thought….dammit. i wish i could wake up at that time. but i do have three different alarms lol

  • rfak

    #22 well Coastie get back on the flight line and stop bitchin

    • USCG

      HAHAHA Coastie Workin Hard

    • Rob

      Part of the job is making due with what you got…. Just thank your lucky stars your aren't on a 378' in hte Bering Sea… Life could be worse.

    • TheChiver

      You could be stuck at a CAMS!!!

  • Matt

    #26 You drove some pizzas across town in your air conditioned car…. walked them to the door and then handed them to someone…. Stop complaining.

    • Matt

      in the time it took you to construct this post you could have delivered another pizza…

    • greasdupdeafguy

      go roughneck for a week and compare how crappy your job is. 12 hours in the 100+ degree heat, doing nothing but actual work all. day. long. Did I mention that everything out there wants to hurt/kill you? Because they totally do.

      • Broseph Stalin

        Yeah and you make waaaaaaaay more money than someone who delivers pizzas… Funny how that works out. Harder work, more money…. CRAZY!

        • Frank

          Exactly. Pizza boy is an easy as shit gig, and is paid as such. So why does someone think the job entitles them to people throwing actual HARD EARNED cash at them?

          Some people are pretty full of themselves.

      • bob

        Yeah roughnecks make way more money, very bad comparison.

    • http://thechive.com/ Turduckenn

      If you've never done it you can't say anything. Asshole

      • Matt

        I drive my car everyday.

      • greasdupdeafguy

        I've done both and I have to say, I'd rather be a pizza boy if it means I don't leave work every day with a chemical burn and on the verge of a heat stroke. And that I actually get to go home at the end of the day instead of some run down motel in the middle of nowhere

        • Steven

          I went to college and make good money to sit in an air conditioned office all day, if you weren't stupid or lazy you could do the same thing and quit your bitching.

          • greasdupdeafguy

            I'm going to college right now, and paying for every cent of it myself

    • Sean

      Complaining about paying for your own gas? It's a business expense that you can declare on your taxes, c'mon.

      • Ruffestneckaround

        You have to make enough money to actually pay income tax to be able to deduct expenses…unless you're driving pizzas full time, you may have a hard time writing that off…
        Roughnecking is a great fucking job, some guys make a career out of it, most use it as a doorway into something else in the patch. Some guys do it so they can quit and travel, I myself worked 3 years or drilling rigs and bought a Jeep outright and saved enough to go to college and not work for 2 years. Pizza guy better be in school or something important, otherwise I would be getting into another line of work.

  • CC.

    #29 had me rollinggggggg

  • t money

    #26 preach it brotha!!!
    Tip your pizza delivery boy 4$ or 20%, which ever is more

    • Bob Barker

      Your tip is too damn high.

    • Tony

      I delivered pizza to t money before.

      He tried to give $20 if I would let him lick my ass…..

    • VIG92

      If im already paying 128 dollars for pizza there is no way im gonna tip another 25 bucks for someone to sit their ass down and just drive it to me.

      • sqsilver

        Why is it that none of the high and mighty commenters have actually looked at what was delivered? Depending on the place, a party pizza can be as much as 3 feet across, but are never less than 2 feet across. Submitter had three of those, 2 large (1.5 foot), and enough soda (generally 2 litre bottles) to cover however many people were eating that much food. Yeah, across town is vague. Having to cover one's own gas is very rare for pizza drivers. Most places will at least pitch in for partial when a driver's working. And the 103 degrees on that dashboard is the car's INTERNAL temperature. Not the outside weather as viewed from air conditioned comfort. Not the engine temp.

        I've run pizzas before, and had so much shit pitched at me by customers that I told the manager to either switch me to kitchen full time or end up replacing me due to assault charges. This was right after I had to haul an order of twenty pizzas, fifteen pastas, fourty hoagies, and drinks to a fifteenth floor office party (law firm) with no working elevator. Got intentionally tripped at the door, had to wait another twenty minutes after the food was up there (and was nearly half eaten already) before the senior partner could be bothered to pay for the order, and then got sprayed with beer on my way out the door only to have a cop walking next to my car as I was getting back into it stop me for a field sobriety test.

        If you won't tip, you don't need it delivered. Period.

        • jDong

          sqsliver, It just wasnt your fucking day, was it??

        • Allen

          If that's real, that's the worst delivery story of all time.

          • sqsilver

            Happened a long time ago, but it happened. And yeah, it basically cemented my views on delivery and tipping. I don't even remember if that law firm tipped me or not.

  • TBM

    That is some VERY expensive pizza!!!

  • Casey

    #22 hahaha Good Ol’ Coasties Workin Hard

  • jimmy

    #17 eating an apple, you're doing it wrong.

    • equalizermax

      That is a Dell

  • BoobieWatcher

    #2 No Chuck Norris!!!!Damn it….. Now what do I do????

    • SteelCityChivette

      Explosives + Chuck E Cheese Tokens + Fruit Bats = Chuck Norris

  • specv44

    #29 YES! great idea, haha

  • jasgat

    #19 Bet there was some great smelling breath in your office today

  • tsk

    #11 seems to be a pretty cool job

    • mrdegs

      i stare at the same thing

      cheers

    • theo

      exactly my thoughts…

    • http://www.facebook.com/christopher.neufeldt Christopher Neufeldt

      I used to do this job. It's cool for a while, but it gets old. Especially if the band is REALLY anal and they go over parts of songs a million times. It's even worse when a choir gets in the mix because the choir director always has a giant sequoia so far up their ass that spending 4 FUCKING HOURS ON ONE SONG is considered reasonable.

      Other than that, making music is jolly fun.

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