TGIF: the ultimate battle?

A werewolf faces off against a unicorn backlit by a full moon.  Caption reads: It's on now

Every time I see this t-shirt advertised on the Overcompensating comic feed, it makes me laugh. And I’m betting it would be a much better fight than robots vs. werewolves. Oddly enough with my recent t-shirt addictions, this one just doesn’t do it for me. I think it’s too obvious. I prefer the shirts that ask for a little thought or at the least, a double-take.

Finally Friday and I could use a drink. Anyone else? It feels like this week has been too long and too busy. I’m totally dry as far as writing inspiration, thankfully in the world of blogs, one can write at length about not having anything to write about and it’s still gold! :mrgreen:

Today’s the last day of one of our employees, which isn’t fun for many reasons, most of them red tape. I usually call the last day “check out day” because you’re both finalizing all of their tasks and details, but also because by then they’ve usually checked out! I don’t know many people who give a crap during their last two weeks and this hasn’t seemed a huge exception. It hasn’t gotten out of hand yet, but the day’s still young!

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5 Responses

  1. shindo says:

    I’d join you for a drink if I could. Only, I’m on the other side of the country, so I’ll think good thoughts for you and drink one up for you in spirit.

    Writing about not being able to write is so Meta 🙂

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  2. kyle says:

    Gotta root for the werewolf on this one. Unicorns give me da heebies.

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  3. LiLu says:

    I think I “checked out” about 3 months before I left my old job…

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  4. William Mize says:

    In the military we called it “short-timer-itis”. Usually lasting about 30 days, by the time day 28 or 29 rolls around, you’re pretty useless and just waiting to get on the flight home or to your next duty station.

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