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I have a dilemma and don't know what to do. What would you do?

kingy58 Avatar
7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
A few months ago a work colleague (actually my direct superior) told me to keep a date free for a party in July when he wanted to entertain some of the people who work for him and their partners. We didn't really want to go as I dont like him and we all at work think he's a prat, but thought it would be politically correct to put in an appearance. He has obviously forgotten that he has invited us (as I learnt through another colleague who was told not to mention the party to me). I now obviously have no reason to go but think I'd get much more mileage out of turning up and embarassing him. What should I do?
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
probably start looking for another job, not good if your being uninvited to the bosses party.
banned#2
Well he offered a few months ago, and you have probably annoyed him since then, that's why he has changed his mind and doesn't want you to go.
#3
Find another job.
#4
ants97
probably start looking for another job...


Damn, beaten to it!
#5
It's not quite like that; I'm not employed by the company but he's the person I report to. Nobody likes or respects him in the company as he's such a dweeb, so I don't give a gnats chuff if I get on with him or not as my contribution to the company is far more greatly respected and appreciated.
#6
kingy58
It's not quite like that; I'm not employed by the company but he's the person I report to. Nobody likes or respects him in the company as he's such a dweeb, so I don't give a gnats chuff if I get on with him or not as my contribution to the company is far more greatly respected and appreciated.


If you or anybody else doesn't respect him, why even give it the time of day? Just forget about it and don't go to try and embarass him, it won't look particularly good on you either.....
#7
my advice would be to,
turn up
poison his pets
be sick on his pillow
and nail his wife

simples:thumbsup::thumbsup:
#8
transit
my advice would be to,
turn up
poison his pets
be sick on his pillow
and nail his wife

simples:thumbsup::thumbsup:


Or if his wife is really ugly, be sick on her, crap on the pillow and then nail the pets! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
banned#9
Turn up dressed as batman and robin, get smashed then pump his mrs

im sure he wont bother you after that
#10
as i would hazard a guess thats its a bbq, rock up with magic meat and beer, magic beer turns from the crap sausages you arrive with into prime steak on a barbie, likewise with beer, when you put it in the fridge it turns from tesco's own brand into stella, abracadabra!!!!

Oh and nail his missus!!!
#11
might be a swingers party lol
banned#12
as you haven't been invited i would just enjoy a night out with people i like spending time with
#13
kingy58
It's not quite like that; I'm not employed by the company but he's the person I report to. Nobody likes or respects him in the company as he's such a dweeb, so I don't give a gnats chuff if I get on with him or not as my contribution to the company is far more greatly respected and appreciated.


if you're not bothered just don't go
#14
[COLOR="Red"]So you don't want to go and you're not really invited.

Bad life choice if you do deicide to go.[/COLOR]
#15
I think what I'll do is ring him the day before and say 'We're really sorry we can't make it'.
banned 1 Like #16
i would ask him what the dress code is for the party and then watch him squirm..when he realises you still remember that he originally invited you
#17
dog_cop
i would ask him what the dress code is for the party and then watch him squirm..when he realises you still remember that he originally invited you


That's a good idea - and you can still duck out the day before!
#18
Think positive... ignore him, apart from the professional contact you need to make x

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