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brooklyn nine-nine + hogwarts houses (more)

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| ✩ Bakugou Katsuki ✩ | Aka: King Explodo Kills | (ꐦ ಠ皿ಠ )
Happy Belated Birthday gift to my sweet Tay bbe! @misakarose​ (๑♡3♡๑)

【BIRTHDAY PHOTO】08.30 Aizome Kento(THRIVE)

“Aizome! Your standing position was wrong again!” 

“It’s a performance. Goushi should do more fanservice. Can’t this mouth do anything other than sing?” 

“Stfip, don’t pinfch me! (Stop, don’t pinch me!)” 

“Ha〜♡ The concert was fun ♪” 

Photo by Ashuu Yuuta 

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Daisy Ridley and Dev Patel backstage at the 2016 Oscars

Killing a toxic co-workers hopes, dreams, and future.

Names changed for anonymity, happened a few years back. This is a long one so TL;DR at the bottom.

Background: I got a job working for a small hardware company. 4 people in the office, a few in the warehouse, and a delivery driver. Nothing fancy, but it got me off the night shift and onto a desk. The owner was a pretty nice guy, let’s call him Ray. Ray took over the family business in the early 2000s. Like most small business owners he was pretty frugal. The job came with absolutely zero perks. 10 vacation days that doubled as sick days, no insurance, everyone was hourly and Ray hated paying OT. He had one large customer that accounted for about half his business and everything after that was profit. He had gotten to the point where the business was doing well enough to support his comfortable life (10-3 schedule, 4 weeks vacation, season baseball tickets) and had zero interest in growing it beyond that point. But my problem was not with Ray, it was with the absolute b*tch in the purchasing department.

The players: Four people in the office meant that every part of this business fell to one of us. Ray was the owner, he negotiated large scale orders both with customers and suppliers. Sarah was our admin/receptionist, sweet as pie. I was in charge of order processing and logistics, and I did quite a bit of work revamping the company website. Ingrid (aka B*tch Supreme) handled small scale purchasing and most of the other customers.

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