Ever since I was moved to the store I'm at now, it's just like drama city. For me.
Maybe not so much as drama gossip [there is gossip but I'm always stuck on that darn register to hear anything] but drama either way. The people I work with like to make annoying comments about me, the guys like to play around with me too much by pushing me, shoving me, and telling me lies that at first I used to stupidly fall for. Now I won't believe anything they tell me. They also love laughing at me, for anything. The morning guy shift loves to complain about me and laugh with the other guys about me. However, I don't complain about them because I feel like they ARE just kidding around and I'm the one who just can't take a joke but a lot of the time, they just make me real mad. I guess I shouldn't let them [they probably just love seeing me mad] but I can't help it, they p^ss me off. Sometimes it doesn't feel like they're just joking.
There's a female shift that's always up in her rude feelings. She will say things like, that I need to tell her what I need for customers so that I always stay on register, and not go get it myself. But then when I try and ask her for anything, she'll probably say something like "Okay well not now because I'm busy." When she >JUST< told me that I need to tell her what I need because I can't leave the register alone. This is just one of the many examples of the things she does to me and everyone else. Bottom line, she likes to say things and then switch up what she says to always make you look wrong. I can't really describe her in words but no one likes her.
The people on the morning shift think they all know it all better than you yet they make the same mistakes as you do. They act like Starbucks is the college career they studied for or something. It just keeps on with these people, I can't really describe them, and the AM's aren't so great either. I guess it's like a you've got to meet them kind of thing. They're probably the reason I have become much more bitter about my job...I think I'm even getting mad lines...