Part time job

I have to get a part time job, Dear Reader, and it’s really bothering me. I mean, I don’t have to get one, but it’ll come in handy to pay off some debt I have. I just can’t seem get past this pride thing I have and I know I’m just being stupid. To be honest, I have no desire to work another job. None. There is not the the slighest, teensy tiniest bit desire anywhere in my body to work another job.

Yes, I know I’m being a whiny bitch, but that’s why I have this lovely little site on the ‘net. It’s my place to bitch and complain when no one else will listen. Well, others will listen, but I know they get tired of it. Plus, when I type it out, I realize I’m just being a whiny bitch and it helps me get past that…most of the time.

So…I should be heading out the door towards Barnes & Noble or Lowe’s or Best Buy…but here I sit, typing…because I know how to do that. I don’t know nothin’ ’bout birthin’ no babies…nor about working a part-time job.

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4 comments on “Part time job

  1. megabeth says:

    my suggestion: Sell V1aG4A on the internet.
    Or how about fixing home computers for people you know?

  2. lacroix says:

    I considered this option myself (mostly to support my shoe habit). I would enjoy a part-time job at Barnes & Noble because of the smell of new books and the nifty discount employees get…I really am a librarian aren’t I? Hahaha…

    Good luck!

  3. rp says:

    Look at this as a chance to meet more women, H, and get a job at a shoe store (I am reliably informed that women love shoes, or so I hear from my wife). Or see if you can get a job as a life guard. That would be fun. Stay away from ice cream stores or any place where you use an employee discount just to spend all the money you just earned.

  4. Kelli says:

    About a year ago, I took a part-time job to “make a little extra money”. It was in a field that I consider my obsession….I was lucky. It was not always fun and sometimes it kept me up until the early morning hours. But I was able to pay for an entire vacation…I made some good friends…and was able to leave with a lot of “borrow” ideas.

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