And I think there is enough evidence in the archives to your right to prove this, if for some reason you are new to the party and sitting there saying to yourself "What? Issues? April, what are you talking about? You seem like a lovely girl with an amazing personality bordering on perfection!"
Yes I know. I do give a fab first impression. But clearly, I have issues. Here's how I know:
Someone at work adjusted my chair.
Somebody, some person, sat in my chair and made some adjustment to suit themselves, to suit their height and body and comfort level and did not even stop to think that A) this was not their chair to be messing with in the first place, and B) they were only temporarily occupying that chair and should not be concerned with their own comfort level for a TEMPORARY situation, and C) it is NOT their chair!! Geez, People!!!
And the worst part is, I can't adjust the chair back to where it was! No matter how many times I change the height, move the back support, adjust the slant of the seat, it just doesn't feel riiiiiiiiiiigghhht!!! And it's making me super grumpy.
I even briefly toyed with the idea that maybe it was not my chair. Maybe some
But messing with another person's chair is crossing the line in an office environment! I don't like change. I don't even like it when Ubes drives my car and moves the seat back and messes with the height of my steering wheel. And he knows this! Yet he keeps doing it because he thinks it's funny to watch me wig out over it.
But it's so not funny. And I am not amused. And I want to find the person who sat in my chair and I want to beat them to a bloody pulp.
So yeah. I have issues. I'm aware. Anger management may be one of them...