Ever walk into a bathroom and the odor is simply unbearable? Ever happen at work? Today’s (fictional) contributor asks y2kemo how to deal with such a situation.
A few minutes ago I walked into the bathroom when an incredible stench wafted my way. Normally, I could care less. It’s a bathroom not a botanical garden. I eyed my urinal and tried my darnedest to git er done. I did not want to come face-to-face with the manufacturer of the deuce in question. Grunting, groaning, flagellating. I tried to drown out the sounds emanating from behind the divider. Hum hum hum. It was maddening. Before I could shake the last drop, I heard the toilet flush. Bam! Out came…my boss. I panicked and ran into a vacant stall where I currently await some direction.
What should I do?
Nothing says uncomfortable like a number two comin’ from the office number one. However, your handling of the situation is totally unprofessional. When two dudes meet in the john interaction (be it a guy nod or a “sup”) is a must. Your boss put a lot of effort into laying that egg. Would you simply ignore a mother who just gave birth to a child? No. You would congratulate them and discuss the offspring. You, Mr. Doofus McDoucebag, did nothing to compliment your boss’ impressive feat. #johnFail. Moreover, you neglected to cherish the rare moment one has to make el jefe uncomfortable. Why? Because you were embarrassed? Come on man! Grow a pair Give credit (for poo) where credit (for poo) is due. If you really want to do something you’ll get out there right now (provided he’s still there) and start talking up your boss’ Hanky. Do not shrug it off or curl your tail and run. Be a man. Poke fun. Life is short and the stench of awesomeness is like roses to man school alumnus.
Get out there and get your wables worth,
We can all learn a little from dueceDodger. His inability to carry out man’s primary objective made him less of a substance than the toilet kernel he whined about. Don’t be a dueceDodger. Carpe crap.
Ever hit the head while you boss hit a double? Share your experiences below, or if you have a topic or question you’d like me to tackle, send me an e-mail at HelpMe@y2kemo.com.