Somebody should be getting drunk over this

After that horrible interview I had with the boring firm, I walked around for a week waiting for the letter. I knew I was in the cross hairs of the rejection gun, I was just waiting for them to pull the trigger so I could get on with the bleeding. It finally came today, so I’m not going to be working for a firm.

In a previous life, I would have wandered around for a week in a bathrobe, drunk and crying.  I would be wearing a shoe on my ear, and my hair would be pulled back so that I wouldn’t get any vomit on it. Alas, those days are behind me.

I couldn’t figure out an appropriate response, so I have been wearing my bathrobe, eating popcorn and watching this video over and over.

 

I bet you Kim Gordon has never once, not even once, worried about what some tax attorney thought of her. I feel bad ass by osmosis.

So since I am not going to get the six figure salary, I decided, screw it. I’m going to go after the job I really want. I don’t want to jinx myself and tell you what it is (because I think I have some really bad job karma) but it rhymes with trosecutor.

 

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6 thoughts on “Somebody should be getting drunk over this

  1. (((HUGS))) Does the shoe on the ear help? Maybe I’ll pull out the red high heels next time I tie one on in my post-divorce funk. And fuck ’em. You deserve a firm that appreciates your talents.

  2. Oh, oh! E-mail me, e-mail me right away!!! I’m a trosecutor and it was the best decision I’ve ever made in my life, hands down. I’m at ka4037 at yahoo.

    Yay trosecutors!!!

  3. Say it loud and say it proud, “I want to be a prosecutor.”
    I know, it seems like a safe thing to not state out loud what you want in order to keep your options open. But people cannot help you get what you want unless you tell them what you want.
    When I first started telling people I wanted to trosecute, it came out like, “I want to be a prosecutor?” But I eventually owned it and by god, I am a prosecutor, and it is the best job I have had. It did take me nine months though, and I got a lot of, “That’s nice, but there’s nothing right now.”
    Hang in there, and I hope you do become a member of the club.

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