tell you what, you make a high quality recording of you spitting, then play it back randomly on your office computer.
I feel sorry for you. I don't believe such people exist! Maybe it is for his own good that you tell him that his actions has caused you acute distress and offended your sensibilities.
Last edited by hanafi; 30th November 2006 at 05:57 PM.
Wah Lao - my ex-colleague lagi worse.
He walk from one end of corridor, can let go 'machine gun' - with smell . . . . .
Of sometimes he sit in his cubicle, let one go - and he sitting under air-con blower some more.
I also have horrible colleague story to share.
Sales Director. Keeps long finger nails on his little finger on both hands. During a conversation with him another colleague and I noticed that he has got some green stuff left over from lunch stuck in between his front teeth. In between his talking he used his little finger nail of his left hand to pick out the piece of green stuff, looked at it, transfered it to the little finger nail on his right hand, licked the green stuff off that finger nail and swallowed the green stuff.
In another meeting months later, the same sales director was having a running nose. Did not bother to wipe his nose and everyone from enginners to VP saw his mucus flowing out of control. I could not stand it anymore, and went out to borrow a box of tissue from a nearby cubicle. I placed the box of tissue on the meeting table, thinking that he would ge the hint but he was too engrosed in his speech. The lady VP finally had to tell him in front of everybody to wipe his nose.
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my sympathy! i used have a supervisor like that but don't work for them anymore.