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Dumbemployed: Hilariously Dumb and Sadly True Stories about Jobs Like Yours

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Launched in 2009, has been committed to letting people know they’re not the only ones facing dumbemployment. In 300 characters or less, each entry details the stupid, bizarre, and ridiculous things that happen in the workplace. It’s F My Life for the working person. From the boss whose letter of recommendation merely said “Joe works hard,” to the manager w ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published June 28th 2011 by Running Press (first published June 1st 2011)
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How can anyone manage to write an unfunny book about workplace FMLs? Apparently it can be done.
While there were a few funny work-related FMLs included as well, many were just sad. Sad, sad places that the people, whose submissions to dumbemployed website were chosen to be included in this book, had chosen to spend many many hour themselves. Yes, you are dumb and employed if you choose to eat your lunch always in your car when it's 110F outside only so you don't have to interact with your coworke
At first, I didn't like this book at all. I was thinking that too much of a good thing was NOT a good thing. I could only read a few pages at a time before getting bored and putting the book down in favor of another.

But, once I got past the first section about bosses, I really loved the book. It's weird, because I've had some TERRIBLE bosses.

Anyway, this book was pretty funny in the end and I'm glad I read it. Several of the quips made me laugh out loud. It's worth a look, but it's not the grea
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Sep 03, 2012 Alyssa (The Shady Glade) marked it as did-not-finish
Cute. But once I put it down I couldn't pick it back up again.
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