Patience is a virtue

Patience is a virtue indeed, when you are bombarded by people asking questions all day life gets a little repetitive.

When did people stop thinking about common sense before they ask a question?

Yes, you have to do a different expenses form for each project. No, please put the crew and kit in a taxi, if you get a bus the kit’s likely to get damaged and we’re a risk assessment away from being sued – can you imagine the insurance conversation?! No, I won’t pay for you to have lunch at an expensive restaurant (which will put you over your allowance) no I don’t care it was raining, however you can buy an umbrella and go to your usual coffee shop. No, I don’t care if you use your lunch allowance to buy £10 worth of Krispy Kremes instead of ‘lunch’, just get a receipt and don’t waste filming time throwing up. No, I don’t sh*t receipts when you lose a receipt, be resourceful and find another one – you get paid enough. Yes, I’ll congratulate you when you’ve completed a task, even though it’s your job. I’ll even give you tea and sympathy, even though I’m not sure you really deserve it.

Oh yes, it’s been one of ‘those’ days.

Doormat .com

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