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What day of the week is your most productive?

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What day of the week is your most productive?

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  • Friday... (Score:4, Funny)

    by Anonymous Coward on Thursday March 20, 2014 @01:04PM (#46535843)

    As someone that does desktop support and whose work is quantified by the number of tickets closed each day, Friday is the most productive since that's the day I mass close all tickets which the customer has failed to respond to my attempts to communicate with them. As well as mass close all tickets over 2 weeks old even if I never attempted to contact the customer due to having too much work to do already. Fridays are awesome. Tuesday's are the worst, most people are too hungover to bother trying to show up for work on Monday so we don't get many tickets on that day, but they start showing up to work again on Tuesday and have either forgotten passwords, broken shit, or are too damn lazy to fill out some form they need to fill out and instead just call in a ticket. Idiots.

  • by LargeMythicalReptile (531143) on Thursday March 20, 2014 @02:28PM (#46536763)

    I never could get the hang of Thursdays.

  • by JustDisGuy (469587) on Thursday March 20, 2014 @03:04PM (#46537151)

    I never could quite get the hang of Thursdays...

  • Re:Ehn... (Score:2, Funny)

    by Anonymous Coward on Friday March 21, 2014 @02:21PM (#46545387)
    You know, it's not possible to translate "manyana*" into Gaelic, because the Irish don't have a word that conveys that terrible sense of urgency.

    *Spelled phonetically, because Unicode is SOOOO 90's.

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