Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Biologically speaking, if something bites you it's more likely to be female

Female bosses . . .

I’ve been working in one job or another since I was fourteen.  I’m a little bit older now . . . just a little . . . and my experience has been that women bosses are maniacal, insecure, domineering bitches.  I know that’s painting a pretty broad stroke but, generally speaking, that has by MY experience.

I think that women often feel threatened by other women and take criticism personally.   They talk all nicety-nice-nice to your face and plunge the knife the second you turn away.  They misrepresent your work as their own.  Not me, of course . . . other women.   

I have a woman boss or two . . . no, scratch that . . . I’ve had ONE woman boss who was great to work for.  She was supportive and forthright  . . . you always knew where you stood with her, she was helpful and she was never moody.  Now her boss?  Meee-yow!!!

Because of my earlier experiences with women bosses, I’ve steered myself toward a male dominated field.  That way I’m pretty much guaranteed to be working with men 

. . . who tend to be more laid back and more willing to share their knowledge. 

Maybe it’s just my experience but I will not work for another woman if I can help it.  Not that men bosses can't be loony. . . they seem to be less evil about it.

Just my two cents.  Take it or leave it.  

Quick and Easy Home Fries

3 Medium Russet Potatoes, Cubed
3 Tablespoons Butter or Margarine
Salt And Pepper To Taste

Rinse potato cubes with cold water, and drain well. Melt butter or margarine in a large skillet over medium heat. Place potatoes in the skillet, and stir to coat with butter. Season with salt and pepper. Cover with a lid, and cook for 10 minutes. Remove the lid, and cook for another 10 minutes, turning frequently until brown and crisp on all sides.

Biologically speaking, if something bites you it's more likely to be female.
--Desmond Morris

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