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  • Bad Things At Work...

    What is the worse thing you have done on the job, maybe boss pissed you off, maybe you were quitting, name it.

    I have many.

    I use to work at a car wash, boss was ripping me off so I dumped loads of tire shine in the window towel wash. (makes windows HORRIBLE).

    I also left the tire shine machine on emptying all the tire shine onto the floor.

    One day we all purposely jammed the wash machine so we had to be closed for half a day.

    I was supervisor and when she was gone let everyone stay on the clock doing nothing and racked up some serious money. She closed the rest of the day.

    In the end she sold the business. She deserved it.

  • #2
    Most of my shenanigans were at Petco, as I'm sure Casey will be able to chime too with his experiences. That place was mental, bathroom blowjobs, staff drama, weird staff and all sorts. I remember on Independance day when we had only had 3 customers in about 5 hours that we started to try and race the small furry animals in those balls.

    Feeding the fish to big fish or turtles, throwing balls around, messing with the dog toys. Kicking it in the back room listening to music instead of doing menial pointless activities. There was so much wasted time. Always buy from Petsmart, that place is actually nice.

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    • #3
      When I worked at Chili's, I spit in a customer's drink one time.

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      • #4
        landscaper...in the winter time me and my amigos would go to sleep at lunch (11-2) b/c we didn't get enough hours so that extended our day. including racing commercial lawn mowers at prestigous locations in atlanta, drifting said mowers, usingpack blowers profusely when women in skirts came by...but not so much as to be obvious
        Originally posted by VERY FLUSH
        Trust me.my education is far surpass other people

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        • #5
          Originally posted by MeFryRice View Post
          When I worked at Chili's, I spit in a customer's drink one time.
          Have you guys seen the movie Waiting? Yeah, that ****'s for real!
          2012 Acura TSX Sportwagon
          2001 NB track car that never gets driven

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Sawyer View Post
            Have you guys seen the movie Waiting? Yeah, that ****'s for real!
            I thought they were actors damn that's awesome.

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            • #7
              How often do you lot mess with the food and drinks? I like to think I've not drank or eaten messed up food before but I doubt it given to the sheer law of averages. Not that I've been able to tell a difference in taste though :lol:

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              • #8
                I could care less if someone spit in my drink or came in my food.

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                • #9
                  I dunno about the man sauce. That's pushing it.

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                  • #10
                    When I worked at Burger King for a whole month, the drive-thru window was facing Mall of Ga Blvd. and we would chunk souce packets out into the road for people to run over. Yes, people who were extra rude got "special sauce" somewhere in their order.


                    When I was at Toyota Mall of Ga, I put a valve stem in an anti-freeze bottle and hooked it up to an airline and slid it up behind one of the other guys (I was down in a pit and was able to sneak it up behind him). Then I ducked down and turned the air on. That bottle popped so violently it creaded a concussion that shook all of the bay windows in the main service bay. Funny as ****. But what wasn't so funny was that the service manager was walking a new employee through our area...and the exploded bottle landed at his feet. He didn't find it funny..but I didn't get in trouble. Employee who had the bottle placed behind him was found 25 ft away about 1 second after initial explosion :lol:

                    Another day, aforementioned coworker was dicking around all day and pissing me off. So when he had his back turned, I grabbed one of the oil fill pumps, stuck it in his pocket and pulled the trugger. I got about 1 qt of 5w30 in his pocket.

                    Used to make arrows out of pens and shot them with compressed air.

                    When I worked at Kauffman, I somehow ended up in a 21" tire and rolled across the parking lot...in front of a bunch of customers.

                    We used to throw the large wheel weights at a drawn target on a backroom wall and played darts.

                    I used to crawl up in the tire racks and work my way into the tires and take a nap.



                    The most clock burning job I had was TMoG though... I could go on and on with crap we did there.
                    Last edited by Doppelgänger; 02-05-2009, 01:03 PM.

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                    • #11
                      I've never done it. I've wanted to many many times though. I see it happen occasionally.
                      2012 Acura TSX Sportwagon
                      2001 NB track car that never gets driven

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Doppelgänger View Post
                        When I worked at Burger King for a whole month, the drive-thru window was facing Mall of Ga Blvd. and we would chunk souce packets out into the road for people to run over. Yes, people who were extra rude got "special sauce" somewhere in their order.


                        When I was at Toyota Mall of Ga, I put a valve stem in an anti-freeze bottle and hooked it up to an airline and slid it up behind one of the other guys (I was down in a pit and was able to sneak it up behind him). Then I ducked down and turned the air on. That bottle popped so violently it creaded a concussion that shook all of the bay windows in the main service bay. Funny as ****. But what wasn't so funny was that the service manager was walking a new employee through our area...and the exploded bottle landed at his feet. He didn't find it funny..but I didn't get in trouble. Employee who had the bottle placed behind him was found 25 ft away about 1 second after initial explosion :lol:

                        Another day, aforementioned coworker was dicking around all day and pissing me off. So when he had his back turned, I grabbed one of the oil fill pumps, stuck it in his pocket and pulled the trugger. I got about 1 qt of 5w30 in his pocket.

                        Used to make arrows out of pens and shot them with compressed air.

                        When I worked at Kauffman, I somehow ended up in a 21" tire and rolled across the parking lot...in front of a bunch of customers.

                        We used to throw the large wheel weights at a drawn target on a backroom wall and played darts.
                        That sounds fun.

                        When I use to work for Toyota detailing their cars I would see how long I could spin the tires in the wash back backing out. That was fun.

                        At a detail shop I use to work at we would test some customer cars. We took a ladies 350Z to 130, a Mercedes to 14* something I forget, 0-60 test, etc. lol. I always kind of felt bad doing that stuff. Everytime we did a Ferrari or anything we would rev it more then needed.

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                        • #13
                          I used to work here:


                          One of our responsibilities was to make sure people didn't sit on the hand rails (it was a moving sidewalk, basically a flat elevator). The tunnel is pretty long, so sometimes you can't just yell at people. So we had a PA system. So sometimes when I saw people sitting on the handrails, I'd get on the PA and say this:

                          "Hello everyone, and welcome to Sea World of Florida's Terrors of the Deep [its old name]. For your safety, and for the well-being of our animals, we ask that you do not sit on the handrails, because doingso could jeopardize the structural integrity of the tunnel, and cause imminent tube failure. Thank you, and enjoy the rest of your day at Sea World of Florida." You've never seen people jump off that **** so fast.

                          Sometimes I'd take a water bottle and spray some water on the top of the tube, so it'd drip on people's heads. They'd usually haul *** for the end of the tube.

                          We also had a knob that controlled the speed of the moving sidewalk, as well as the ability to start, stop, or reverse it's direction. You can imagine the fun we had with that.

                          And then there's the **** I did in the Air Force. Well, I actually can't tell you about any of that.

                          [BTW, the caption in that pic is wrong (or they've shortened the tunnel). It should be 124']
                          Last edited by MoD_Scotty; 02-05-2009, 03:13 PM.
                          1991 UK-spec MX-5 - https://www.facebook.com/djinovaband <<< METAL!

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                          • #14
                            I hada been at the Applebees that used to be on tara blvd. about 8 months,when I found out that they had just hired another kid For a bout $1 more per hour.This kid sucked at his job,so I go to the Mnaager and tell him that I want $1.75,and he said there was nothing he could do I lost my mind throwing plates and mugs yelling at the top of my lungs.At the end of the night I clocked out and never went back,they mailed me my last check.
                            I make Stuff....shiny,Metal Stuff.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by MoD_Scotty View Post
                              Thank you, and enjoy the rest of your day at Sea World of Florida."
                              I worked there back in 1984 - during my holding pattern for USAF delayed entry... 3 weeks of washing 3 dozen cases of Hurricane cocktail glasses every morning and busting *** bussing tables in the Hawaiian restaurant was the most stressful job I'd ever had... (was fresh out of High School) I couldn't pop enough Vivarin to stay awake most days LOL :lol:

                              I did take advantage of the free passes somehow during that time and took two guests also.

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