Friday, October 06, 2017

Your Turn

How much of your day at work do you spend goofing off?

19 comments:

sandybrook said...

I work for myself, I do anything I feel like doing as long as I finish what I'm supposed to do. Like reading this site😎

austin said...

I wasn't self-employed and didn't have the type of job where I could goof off if I wanted, but retired at an early age which makes up for it.

Former CNN Anchor Candy Crowley said...

CNN offered me job training after they dumped me, so I asked them to pay for me to go to barber school. Sadly, I couldn't cut it.

Susan Bahns said...

I work from home so basically all day.

TellMeLies said...

70%

laura ramona said...

Work for me meant Stress. Im in a break now so I goof around a lot

David Howes said...

Too much!

(I hate it when work interrupts my goofing off!)

=)

Marianne said...

I'm a nurse so there's no dicking around. We hardly ever get breaks or lunch so the answer is NO, but I'd love to have a few moments of levity and goof off even for 15 minutes would be fun!!
Guess I'm in the wrong profession

txredhd said...

probably 70%

Former CNN Anchor Candy Crowley said...

Hello, Marianne dear.

I thought nursing would be my new career. But one day, my teacher asked me to draw some blood, and got mad when I asked for a red Sharpie.

AndrewBW said...

Baseball playoffs aren't helping me concentrate any these days. Seriously, Jose Altuve is murdering everything Boston pitchers throw at him.

Go WIndians!

Gator said...

7.5 hours.

Gatorgirl said...

So much goofing off, I work from home and truly don't know how I get my numbers in at the end of the day

Rob Horine said...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1xf6qn3kGY

When I worked at major chain grocery store, by some happenstance and a few sick calls, I was the team leader. So when I turn around, I see two of my guys are missing. Another guy said, "Oh yeah, they went to Tennessee to get bottle rockets."

When they came back before the brass got there, I reamed them out. "What the F were you thinking about. You morons get into a accident, we're all screwed."

Their answer was "Who cares, we don't respect you any way." After that, I didn't take my job as seriously. Best part, putting a whole ribeye in a milk crate, putting outside and then picking it up after work. Told my dad I won it. And the next three weeks. I finally came clean with him after they would pay off on a workman's comp claim.

GOOD TIMES!

Ldy Bozz said...

I wish I had a job. I'm either too old, too experienced, not enough exp,etc. And I've already hit up cashier jobs, fast food, dept. stores. Its bad. I'm bored need work.

Cee Kay said...

I work from home, but I don't really goof around. I take breaks, which is different, but the faster I'm done with work the sooner I can get on with my goofing off. :)

Scandi Sanskrit said...

Depending on my workload (some days I'll be tweeting people GIFs all day). I work-from-home and I have multiple things going on, so it's more about time-management (and dealing with my ADHD/energy levels).

And also how I'm feeling that day (yesterday at rehearsals, I couldn't say the word "testicles" without giggling for some reason—I don't usually giggle when I say that line). I love testicles, but it was JUST TERRIBLE how I couldn't keep a straight-face. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Deborah said...

I’m an RN, so none.

Zophie Enzo said...

If I'm working at home, I have trouble focusing due to having possibly the world's worst case of ADD, so if I'm not on a super strict deadline, it could be anything. But I work like every damn day, so it's a trade-off. If I'm with clients, none, unless I hide in the bathroom.

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