Slightly unrelated, but this reminded me of when i was younger, I was the youngest of my mom’s coworkers’ kids (most of their kids had already graduated high school). Also, I was the only girl among all 10 of my cousins on my dad’s side. Needless to say, I was quite fawned over and spoiled by all my mom’s coworkers and my paternal aunts and uncles (at least until I was 6, when my sister was born )
Heh, I’ve been waiting for this
Ah, Marla is getting over her postnatal funk and decides to get herself slowly reaquainted with enemy territory. This should be fun.
Question remains, are they interested in Marla and baby, or do they just need a hit of that new baby smell? Because if it’s the later, I think that has worn of by now.
Oh yeah! Time to do a line of Johnson’s baby powder!
*laughing* oh that’s funny! Where’s the like button?
x2! I just dropped my phone on the table (lunch break) and am so glad I wasn’t drinking anything when I read that!!!
Really? Phoo-phoo dust only makes me sneeze…
Not retail-specific, and yet, ever-so-accurate.
I know what you mean. When our secretary came in with her baby nothing got done anywhere in our department for half an hour. (Other departments also suffered, but I am unsure of the extent of the baby damage)
No Courtney in that stampede. Interesting.
Does her disdain for all living beings include newborns, I wonder?
Or maybe her dislike for Marla extends to her baby…not just babies in general.
Or maybe she’s just not working.
Oh, and when exactly is Stuart leaving for the DM position? He was suppose to start in May!
considering that Marla can’t take up the SM position until she comes back from maternity leave, and has no-one who can cover as SM until then, Stuart is probably being kept on as SM until Marla returns. Once Marla does return, Stuart will take up the DM position, and probably inspect the store even more often than Jerry did.
Stuart is holding a clipboard. He’s probably doing an inspection. Whether it’s as a store manager or dungeon master… has yet TBD.
Yup. This comic wins for it’s “True to life”ness.
Just had one of our favorite female employees come to the store for the first time since she gave birth, basically EVERY female cashier (IE, 99% of the cashiers) dropped everything (it WAS dead at the time) and rushed over. Then a rush of customers started lining up, so I had to be “Mr. Bad Guy” and force them all away from their cooing and awwwwwwing to, you know… do their jobs, as the customers wouldn’t CARE about a new baby if it means they have to wait 2 minutes in a line!
Hee hee heeeeee! I love it when Stuart gets clobbered like this. Though if I were there, I’d be in that stampede as well.
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