A lot of us have had those days when we simply can’t stand our jobs—or, you know, have these feelings every day. Whether it’s the industry you work in or the specific company you work at, you probably understand exactly what some of these Twitter users are going through:
1. When your coworkers are kinda horrible.
I hate my job pic.twitter.com/JycCLELItA
— Elise (@elise_joy_) June 1, 2016
2. Although it’s good to be dedicated to doing your job well, you’re just dedicated to truly despising it.
— Dae Bogan (@daeboganmusic) May 16, 2016
3. When you have this same fantasy every single day. Every few minutes.
— Bearded Wanderers (@BeardyWanderers) May 14, 2016
4. Because nap time at the office really should be a thing.
— Phil Laughs@Work (@MentalWorkplace) May 11, 2016
5. When you need daily “therapy.”
Hate Your Job?? pic.twitter.com/0pmiL8PQcI
— Morgan (@morgan_rogersd) May 19, 2016
6. Because you’d literally rather do anything else than actually deal with anything work-related.
When you hate your job so much you start to find hiding spots pic.twitter.com/olRk1UF5ac
— Hunter Smith (@HunterSmithh) May 13, 2016
7. Because you’re a fan of eating and not being homeless.
When you hate your job but you also hate being broke. pic.twitter.com/tJnOkb5Vfb
— Isabella McCarey (@LaQueenIsabella) April 22, 2016
8. Because you seriously thought your day off would never, ever come.
MFW I finish a 6 day work week at a job I hate. pic.twitter.com/0j3FMAPPH0
— Corey (@Rikuthemaster) April 21, 2016
9. Those alarms, though.
I love my job…. I hate my alarms pic.twitter.com/LZ6RvDYsmt
— Dave Murphy (@ProducerDaveFM) April 20, 2016
10. That slightly comforting feeling you get when you realize other people do have worse jobs than you.
Having that “I really hate my job” Monday feeling today. pic.twitter.com/IW5vp7R2Lh
— Wanstead Chris (@chrisbowlz) April 4, 2016
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