An Excuse for A-Who? Thread 4 Moral !1d4WGijdSc 2016/07/01 (Fri) 10:15 No. 63805 [Reply] ▼
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You should really mind your own business, but you can't help it.
If you were working anywhere else, you'd tell her no and that would be the end of it. But you aren't, so who really cares? You grumble to yourself and snatch a manila envelope from the file cabinet. Sighing, you dump the envelope onto the hands of your employee.
Rylee stares hard at the envelope. A bewildered noise escapes her lips, but you don't say a word until she can form coherent sentences. “U-Uh. What is this?”
“It's an envelope,” you reply, folding your arms impatiently.
With a low voice, she seethes, “I know that.”
“Then? We were talking about your pay. What else do you think is in this envelope? A sincere letter of apology?”
“I mean, yeah, but...” Rylee pauses, and in a quiet voice, she says, “can you even do that?”
“I don't mean to be rude, but I just fucking did.” You stare at her like she's the biggest idiot in the world. “You should feel lucky that I got a big heart and an inclination to break the rules.”
Rylee frowns – though she looks more puzzled than anything else. “Uh, thank you, Boss,” she huffs.
“What, no snappy comeback?” you ask. Rylee without her sharp tongue is... new, to say the least.
Clutching the envelope firmly, she exhales. “I really don't have it in me anymore.”
Didn't really expect that from her but whatever, you're okay with that. It spares you from the unnecessary banter. The sooner you're done with this, the better. “Well, you better earn that advance on your paycheck. I expect nothing but hard work for the week.”
“Don't worry, I will,” she responds solemnly. “I'll even get back to work now.”
You recline back on your chair. Man, you don't know how to deal with the girls when they're all serious. Maybe you're too easy on your employees – Momiji included. After this, you better get your act together. Don't want y
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