Saying No. Getting Better At This!

Decorating By Sparklekat6 Updated 12 Nov 2010 , 7:51pm by costumeczar

Sparklekat6 Posted 12 Nov 2010 , 6:48pm
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So I had this co-worker come up to me today and she's like "Oh my boss is having a baby shower and we were wondering if you or your friend would make a cake and how much you would charge"

And while I didn't say this I was certainly thinking "Ahahahah - No." What is wrong with people? I wanted to say "Have you noticed that your boss is a complete and utter b**** to anyone around here, even people she's laterally in line with. Why on earth would I want to make her a cake?! No matter HOW MUCH you pay me!"

I politely told her that I was enrolled in school in the evenings and wouldn't have the time. Do I have the time? Yes I totally do. Just not for her. So I call my friend who no longer works with us but used to and knows all about this girl.

ME: "Janet is having a baby shower, they would like you to bake a--"
Alyson "NO."
ME: "Are you sure, it might be--"
Alyson: "NO"

Ahahah even people who only worked here for a little while don't care to make a shower cake for the girl. I gues I am getting better at saying NO!!

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costumeczar Posted 12 Nov 2010 , 7:51pm
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Hahaha! "No" will set you free!

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