Seriously cannot stand my bitchy co-worker.

posted 2 years ago in Career
Post # 2
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381 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: Royal Park Hotel

Daizy914:  Where do you work?

Sorry but you guys were both being out of line and unprofessional with each other.   She said something really stupid with the gay comment but then you didn’t help with that weird statement to worker B as you mocked her.  Then you called her a bitch?  Deserving it or not – I’ve never heard co-workers talk to each other like that.

Post # 4
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

Super rude. In today’s society we really can’t have stupid judgements about men who get emotional? My husband NEVER cries, but he cried at our wedding, and so did almost all his groomsmen!!! It was frigging adorable! If one person were to make ANY kind of gay comment about this, I would have lost it too. People can be such morons sometimes. Like, onviously insulting your partner and calling them homosexual (thus insulting you like she’s saying, yeah he’s not even into you that way, you’re an idiot for not seeing it) is SO catty and low. grrr.

let me guess though, she almost has no girlfriends and only hangs out with guys. & the reason she doesn’t like hanging around with girls is that they’re “too much drama”. *gag*

Maybe I’m making too many assumptions, but her attitude just seems to fall in line with that type of girl. It just seems like she’s the type to break all “girl rules”. 

  • This reply was modified 2 years, 4 months ago by  silkspectre94.
Post # 5
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

 

Daizy914:  How does she even think that it’s okay to say “he is so gay.”?  WTF.  That is your HUSBAND!  I’d be totally offended if someone said that about my DH.  Ya, he teared up as I was walking down the aisle, how does that make him “gay”?  Not to mention, what’s wrong with being gay anyway?  I can’t stand those ignorant comments, whether you were at work or not, good for you for saying something.  Although don’t be surprised if you calling her a bitch comes back to bite you in the ass :/

Post # 6
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

I understand how you feel. Because I’m the youngest person at our office, everyone feels the need to “mother” me. Most of the time I can deal with it because they tell me things I really need to hear. But, there is one girl who constantly feels the need to tell me how to live my life like “you guys shouldn’t be buying that. You need to be saving your money” meanwhile, she has a $36k SUV that she had to have that she DOES NOT drive. Don’t lecture me about money when you are doing stupid stuff like that and NEVER coming to work.

Post # 7
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: Royal Park Hotel

Daizy914:  For whatever reason she seems determined to be of mind that your husband is gay.  She’s obviously an evil bitch if she feels the need to make you believe that.  If, for whatever reason, I thought someone’s husband was gay I would mind my own business and discuss my opinion with NO ONE.   I would just stop speaking to her alltogether.   

Post # 9
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

She shouldn’t be making comments about anyone’s sexual preferences in a negative way, if it were me I would report her to HR. she is your co-worker not a friend and this is not appropriate office behavior. 

Post # 10
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Buzzing bee

Daizy914:  I would never let anyone talk poorly about my FI but I’m way more offended at her use of the word gay as an insult.

Post # 11
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151 posts
Blushing bee

This all sounds incredibly immature.  You seem to have a recurring problem with this coworker being inappropriate.  The solution is to just keep your conversations strictly professional.  Stop telling her things about your life.  If she asks how your weekend or some event was, just say “it was nice, thanks for asking” and let that be the end of it.  You are feeding into this childish-ness and adding to the problem.

Post # 12
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Daizy914:  yikes!

try to keep it professional. you are there to work and not make friends. keep that in mind. if she disrespects you, then don’t talk to her about anything unless it’s work related.

Post # 14
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

I would not talk about personal items like this in the office in general, but particularly not in this workplace, where everyone seems like they are about 14 years old.

Post # 15
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

It is not OK to use the word “gay” as an insult.  Period.  It doesn’t matter what she was trying to imply- the fact that she was using it as a synonym for pussy or wuss and not saying anything about his sexuality doesn’t make it better, because that equates being gay with being a pussy or a wuss.  We really REALLY need to get these types of insults out of our vernacular.  It’s just gross.

It sounds like she’s an awful person, but both of you need to be a little more mature at the office.

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