Got an email today at work of a client asking why he got a bill when he paid the bill the same day he came in. The boss responded to the email saying "I don't prepare the bills. I think it was sent for your tax records." That pisses me off so bad.
Yeah, cuz you don't look at the bills when they leave this office at all, do ya! That billed passed through both our hands and neither one of us caught it, but who does he blame? When he's not directly blaming me, he is indirectly blaming me. Either way it pisses me off.
Even I can see right thru that bullshit lie! He doesn't have a clue or obviously made a mistake sending that bill! He might not physically prepare the bills, but he sees them before they go out! The only reason I wouldn't have him paid off is because he paid Jim and Jim didnt tell me the guy paid! Now whose fault is that?! I had to smile through gritted teeth in a casual convo with Jim after I read that email. And the stupid part is that I dont even know if they guy really paid the bill yet or not, only Jim seems to know this! I have no proof of payment, which is why I sent the bill! If Jim knows otherwise why didn't he tell me and why is he blaming me?!
Anyways, another pet peeve.
I cleaned the house and left the heat down when I left for the holiday. I came back from holiday and the heat was stuck at a really high temperature. Apparently my roommate came home during the holidays and turned it up and I bet a thousand bucks she turned it up for the ONE freaking hour she was home or something and then left for the holiday and left the heat on high the whole time! I would not be a good reference for her in her future apartment looking. I would simply tell people what I know to be the truth, she does not respect anything or anyone. She knows I turned it down when I left, for a reason, because she had to turn it up and she had no respect to turn it back down when she left, which I bet she was gone most of the holiday. So now I have overly heated my empty house for like 5 days with no one in it and I get to pay the bill for that. Thanks roommate, thanks. Such a peach.