Never have I seen the moral among the staff, students and parents so low before. Thus making every day a series of trials and uncomfortable interludes. I can't believe that it is only week two of term and already the drama has reached a fever pitch. Something's gotta give, that's for sure, hopefully not my sanity. But I know from past experiences that when things get like this in the work place, and everything is hanging on the edge of knife that we are usually balancing on the cliffs-edge of something big.
Not a cool work environment at the moment, that's for sure, a bit toxic actually. I am looking forward to calmer seas very soon, because I am pretty over this nutty ride. It is times like this that I am glad that I get to run to my car and drive away at 3.20pm, because that is quite long enough for me.
On the home front, my life is bliss. I get to come home, and stay home now that Zoe is driving. I have had so much more time to get things done and to enjoy some leisurely activities after work again. Mostly drinking coffee and smoking, but also journaling, reading, cooking and knitting which is about all that you can get up to with the freezing evening temperatures. So in spite of work giving me the shits, which happens to us all from time to time, I am actually feeling a sense of joy in every other aspect in my life; so it's not all doom and gloom.
Release Date: 2011
Rating: MA 15+
Running Time: 98 mins
This film isn't horrible at all, it's hilarious! If you thought that your boss was bad, then you really need to see the ensemble of sleaze bags that they have lined up here, your boss will look like a pussy cat!
Nick, Dale and Kurt really hate their bosses, and for good reason. Nick's boss is a blackmailing slave driver, Dale's boss is a sexual predator and Kurt's boss is a coked up psychopath, and they are making their lives way too hard! In a drunken state, the three friends plot killing their bosses, and before they know it, they've hired a murder consultant to help them pull it all off.
This film is comedy gold! The laughs just keep on coming, and the characters are so ludicrous that it makes for some seriously entertaining viewing. The cast is fabulous with Jason Bateman, Kevin Spacey, Charlie Day, Colin Farrell and Jennifer Aniston all demonstrating some diversity in their rather unusual roles. A must see comedy for sure.
FINAL SAY: Ever wish your boss was dead?
4 Chili Peppers
A quick note, Horrible Bosses 2 is somewhat funny, but only rated 2.5 Chili Peppers from me - not nearly as funny as the first that's for sure.