but i wasn’t gonna turn it down.
it was at a major clothing store so i was thinking checks and threads!
i didn’t get excited and as expected,
i get a text on saturday telling me the job was cancelled.
when you don’t expect anything,
you won’t get disappointed.
“i hope you looking for jobs.
i am seeing a lot of jobs on the internet.
no reason why you shouldn’t have one yet.
have you been to this?”
…with a screenshot from “indeed.com”.
apparently he said someone “recommended” this site to him for me.
bless his heart.
i’ve been on indeed since my working career.
i rarely get jobs from those kind of sites.
it’s always been through a hook up or a temp gig.
speaking of hook ups,
he is the one who promised me a job too.
when i was in fl,
he said his homeboy was a manager at a job and its definite.
“are you sure i would get the job?”
“yeah you in!
as soon as you get back!”
well okay then.
why come when i get back to ny,
he gon’ say:
“aight so this is what i want you to do.
ima text you.
get dressed like you going on an interview.
ima bring dude by by spot.
come upstairs like you gonna ask a question,
i’ll introduce you two,
and give him your resume.”
what kind of hood foolishness?
that is not how i do business.
at least have me go to the job on some professional shit.
hell a lunch to discuss.
needless to say it never happened,
so i asked him recently what was the move on the job.
“yeah he said nothing is open.”
do i need to put that britney gif here again?
one of the reasons i ignored his text today.
well on lighter news,
i have another interview with yet another temp agency tomorrow.
again: not expecting nothing.
i will take positive vibes as i go forth into the jungle yet again.