It takes a special kind of Doofidity to be fired from your job before you even start work.
Texas teen fired from pizza shop for complaining about 'f--k a--' new job on Twitter before her first day
Robert Waple, the boss of Jet’s Pizza in Mansfield, saw the tweets from his new hire, @Cellla, and quickly fired her before she even started. ‘Good luck with your no money, no job life!’ he tweeted. The teen didn’t seem to take the news too hard: She announced her lay-off with a series of laughing emojis. Waple explained the gig required employees to take orders and eat free pizza: ‘How hard would that have been?’
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When I was young and indigent, I looked for work knowing I was likely to get only the poorly-paid, demanding positions, because that's all I was qualified to do. I made darn sure to get better qualifications as quickly as possible, so I could move up and onward, but I never disrespected my employer in public like that. I needed to eat and pay the rent! My first jobs were too poorly paid to afford a car, but I coped with public transport and my own two feet, and in due course a small motorbike. It wasn't fun, but I made it to where I could afford a car; then things got better.
If you don't want to do a particular job, why apply for it in the first place? What is it with young folks today? (Yeah, yeah, I know - I sound like an old fart. Heck, I suppose I am an old-fart-in-training by now!)