AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. No. :| That's not happening after you tell me to spend about two hours folding up shirts when I still need to take my half, do the fitting rooms, cover the half for the only girl in shoes, and did I mention the customer assist calls too? Those take a while sometimes. You got the fitting rooms all nice and sparkly clean out of me though, so have fun with coming in to that when you all come in for inventory again. I just feel bad for whoever has the store after inventory tomorrow, but if they did it right, I think my coworker has a bit of company for the end of the night.
Oh, but you know, that was really nice of you to try calling someone in to help me from 5ish-9:30 though. You probably should've checked the schedule first before calling because then you would've realized I was already coming in before calling me. Fail....
So hopefully, I'll have er... today to myself and lappy before I go back for my 12:30-9:30 murder shift on Friday. Not looking forward to that at all.
And editing with a quiz/meme!
Your result for Roleplayer Test!...
Random, Action-Oriented, Platonic
Screw character relationships and development, you're just here for the IC badassery. You like your roleplays to be short, sweet, and action-packed: who cares about continuity as long as your characters are always doing something awesome like blowing things up or running from the cops? You're the type of roleplayer least likely to take roleplay seriously and most likely to have your characters pull ridiculous stunts for the hell of it because hey, it's RP! What exactly is stopping you from wrestling that helicopter? Of course, your characters often tend to be flat and if there isn't anything exciting going on, you quickly lose interest entirely. But since your characters' relationships tend to be weak in the first place, you don't leave much of a gap when you leave to go fight bears with your bare hands somewhere else.