- 7 years ago
- Wedding: May 2016
Im feeling like a drama bee since everytime i post on here it is some rant or another… Really IAM a mellow person.
Todays Rant is brought to you by the letter H. And here is why.
I have notcied a trend in the women I work with since i got engaged a few weeks ago. I am calling it Henning for lack of a better word.
I should put a bit of background first. I work as a cook in a resturnat. I am the olny female on the line and the watiress/bartenders all know that they cannot get some stuff past me that they can the guys on the line ( extra servings with out being charged and such) Long story short, this makes me not so popular with thw wait staff. Side comments, names such as “Emperess Ming” and the “Red B*tch”, and just all around rudeness. There rude to the boys too, but not so much.
Fastforward to my engagement.
Everyone is thrilled. EVERYONE. Now at first I was all ” yay happiness and joy” but one of the cooks has pointed out to me that the girls are going out of their way to be nicer than normal. Which is true.
Also they are making comments like they expect to be invited,
One girl whom we will call ” Jen” asking what kind of dress she should wear to te wedding and if it will be in the spring or fall and will she need a jacket.
I don’t hate “jen”, but i am not sure i would mind if she went and played in traffic.
I don’t know what makes them think they will be invited to the wedding. I have a bit of excuse that I have a large family and that olny close friends will be attending, and now at work it is like ” Who will be Birdies’s BFF today?”
I kinda just wanna tell them to back off, and leave me alone. No, I don’t actually LIKE you. You dont actually LIKE me. Go away.
Even my FH who likes everyone has noticed this( he is a cook there too) and he is concerned about the Henning.
We call it Henning because they are all fussing over me like chickens fuss over their chicks. Everyday one of our boys draws a chicken on the board in homage to this phenomon..
Is this normal or does this happen to everyone.