IWishISpitInYourFood.Com—A Fun Website For Every Frustrated Employee That Every Other Employee Should Read
“I hate my job.” We’ve all heard this, so why not make something out of it? I Wish I Spit In Your Food is a fun, revolutionary website where you can post, read, and empathize with real stories of people’s daily customer-related frustrations.
SAN JOSE, Calif. - June 7, 2014 - PRLog -- Oftentimes we overhear phrases like, “Working retail sucks” or “I hate my sales job.” These moments are basically the rites-of-passage for potential successful people—except that the grim reality of it all is that working retail or sales does suck. But mostly everyone has to go through the suckiness of it before reaching success.
It’s not at all bad because you do learn valuable lessons along the way. But it helps that, while you’re still paving your way, you can air out the stress without having to pay thousands and millions for a shrink.
What is inside I Wish I Spit In Your Food?
I hate my job.
“At the end of their dining experience, a woman from the group of three people ‘had to get this off her chest’ for some reason, but hey, honesty is [the] best way to go… right?”
I hate my sales job.
“She rented a new video and said ‘One more thing… Well I guess [you’re] pretty busy and all, and isn’t against your video store, but you really need to fix your nails. You work at public service job… it puts a bad impression on you and you are dealing with the public using your hands…’”
Working retail sucks.
“What I really want to tell her is ‘Your appetizer will be right out just as soon as the chef gets through pissing in it like I instructed him to.’ Instead, I inform her that the stuffed mushrooms take a few extra minutes to bake but assure her it will be well worth the wait to make sure they arrive at the table piping hot and golden brown.”
These are existing stories from iwishispitinyourfood.com, a website launched in 2010 by Matt Ota. Whether you can relate to the excerpts or find them funny, I Wish I Spit In Your Food isn’t all about negativity as it turns employee rants into raves.
More than providing a community for people to share their experiences, opinions, and rants about their jobs and the customers and clients they deal with, it has also become a venue for them to psychologically release stress and anger that usually cannot be expressed in reality or the workplace.
Why read a rant rage blog anyway?
“I hate my job”—or you don’t. “Hate” might be a strong word, but reading I Wish I Spit In Your Food’s real-life stories may: (1) somehow make you feel a whole lot better about your own, (2) may inspire and energize you to take action in your own respective jobs, (3) provide entertainment. While they can get their complaints off their chests, you can get a real good night’s sleep.
You’ll get it when you read it yourself.