Back when I used to be hourly, i never got why my coworkers wanted to leave early. You were paying for it essentially! Like you're the to get hours to get paid, why would you want to leave some behind?
@Tsaltydog, And then they bitch about always being broke.
@Tsaltydog, The only time I would ever take an offer to leave early would be if I had something to do right after my shift and I had a time limit (voting, going on a trip, etc.).
@Tsaltydog, I worked at a movie theatre and closing sucked. So if I had a chance to get out before closing I was doing it
@18bluecat, exactly, I work at a theater currently and you’re lucky to get out at 2:00 am with how busy it is
@Tsaltydog, you know, sometimes an hour was definitely worth paying $9.50 for depending on the day. I used to love going home early in retail, but always did the math and weighed it that way. “Is going home now and sitting on my couch really worth x amount? ...yes, yes it is.”
*when I can't tell a lie and need to to be a good lawyer so I drink a lot of water so I can ask for a restroom break and use the useless knowledge about holding it in possibly causing ED to convince the judge the recess.
Wham, bam, thank ya ma’am.
Alright FBI man, just cause I was watching a video of this exact scene earlier doesn't mean you get to invade my memes.
When you REALLY GOTTA PEE
Used to work at McDonalds. Whenever it was slow the managers would send some people home. I would demand to stay because it's easy money. If it ain't busy you don't got to do nothing and you get paid doing it.