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Friday. 6.29.12 1:22 am
I don't wish to be evil however looking at my colleagues. I just wanna be evil for a day.
There was a fire drill recently and many of us were informed via word of mouth. Therefore, the drill came as no surprise.
When the alarm rang, many colleagues took the liberty to ponder if they should walk out now or simply waiting for their friends to walk together.
I was informed by a colleague in the morning. As much as I hated it due to the workload I had for the day, I was the first one from my floor to walk out of the building.
At first, we could not discern the alarm sound as there is construction in front of my office. It took us a while to hear it was alarm.
I was the first one to note to everyone in the office, and you know what? All of them looked at me blankly. One even replied "So?"
Without further ado, I grabbed my two handphone sets, umbrella and sunglasses before walking out in 3 minutes.
My colleagues were still busy doing their work. The newcomer said the darndest thing "Oh... alarm rang, what should I do?"
I laughed and just walked out.
I had watched a video before where a two-storey building was burnt to the ground in 3 minutes. And everyone took more than 5 minutes to walk out.
Everyone is gonna be baked. I don't think that suits god's appetite.
The best thing I discovered was my superior didn't even participate in the fire drill. He was in his room all along.
It's weird how people don't take drills seriously...
I agree, sometimes family isn't the best solution to your problems. I have a pretty chill family so I'm blessed but most of my friends have pretty bad experiences with their parents, etc. I feel for them. Most of the time the best solution is to just get the hell out.
» dont-see on 2012-06-29 03:34:11
At my last job, there was a firedrill, and everyone knew about it. The day it was supposed to happen, it rained.
They held one for the second shift right as I was walking out of the building for the day, so I continued leaving. I talked to my boss the next morning to let him know, and he'd figured I was gone.
A few days later, we had a first shift drill. I ended up around some people who were talking about kicking a kitten that was under a truck. Poor kitten!
» ikimashokie on 2012-06-29 09:39:12
Well when the building burns down, you can pick new colleagues.
» thaitanic on 2012-06-29 02:02:00
Some people deserve to die due to their ignorance. There is nothing we can do about it.
» Nuttz on 2012-06-29 10:26:15
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