When you've been working somewhere for a long time, certain people start to stand out to you as potential good friends outside of work, while others stand out as total assholes. Find yourself some good friends, cause networking is hard enough already.
@PsychedelicCow, It's true. I've worked at several companies and found people from work to hangout with. I knew it was an issue that I didn't enjoy my current co-workers, didn't even want to talk to them at work.
Thought about it long and hard and really, my team lead is a d1ck and was just low-key harassing me and discriminating me; not giving me work that I was hired for and always giving it to his pet with less experience and competence.
I hate it when that happens
@Tylerdurdin, like you're alright in my book already but we don't need to be buddy buddy.
So I'm a either still a tad drunk or already hungover....can't tell just yet but either way the first thing i noticed was that water cooler and instantly needed a drink from it....smh
This is how it felt in school when I’d get invited to a classmate’s house for the first time. Then we’d get past the initial awkwardness and then we’d commence doing the same shjt that we’ve been doing at recess