Surprisingly, Werner is having a fun time exploring the new place, while Fiona is sulking in a closet.
and I hear my UPS beeping away, so that must have also been unplugged (but not disabled)
Things this dude has been oblivious to while still calling me “sir:”
* a closet full of dresses and skirts and other girl clothes
* me wearing a purse
* a pile of queer comics
* multiple sex toys
I’m tempted to say at the end of all this “so this is awkward but you realize I’m not a guy, right?”
Now I want to do dildo races.
Also I’m pretty impressed with how quickly my dildo moved on its own.
It’s also quite filthy and I will be giving it a THOROUGH cleaning.
This dude has literally been packing up my dresses and other clothes and now my sex toys, and he still thinks I’m a guy. The cisbliviousness is strong with this one.
Add that to the list of things I meant to pack away myself and forgot.
I ended up sending it after some more revisions and the coincidentally the one who was being cranky suddenly got really nice. Like well before anyone could have talked to him about it. So like. He was probably having a bad morning. Now I feel bad.
I know I hadn’t mentioned this during the quote phase, but I’m disabled with chronic pain and fatigue issues, and I already pushed myself as hard as I could to get things ready for the crew in advance. Such a disclosure shouldn’t be necessary in the first place, though. Could you please remind your crew members that they are hired to do a job that the client possibly isn’t able to do themselves and, ideally, act with kindness?
help me workshop an email to the move coordinator.
Hi, I know I hadn’t mentioned this during the virtual walkthrough, but I’m disabled with chronic pain and fatigue issues, and I already pushed myself as hard as I could to get things ready for the crew in advance. But this sort of disclosure shouldn’t be necessary in the first place. Could you please remind your crew members that they are hired to do a job that the client isn’t willing or able to do themselves and, ideally, act with kindness?
i’m tired and cranky and i just want this to be over with and the last thing I need are the people I hired being cranky too
like i’m paying y’all thousands of dollars to do this thing for me because I can’t do this thing myself
why might that be
this move is stressful enough without one of the mover dudes constantly muttering under his breath about how much he clearly hates being here or how hard I’ve made it for him
like sorry dude if I could have done this myself I would have but I’m, y’know, disabled
also he keeps calling me “sir” and I don’t feel like getting in an argument
Seattle-based music/code/comics critter. Vaguely friend-shaped. Fibro-spoony, queer, ADHD, and anxious as heck. Handle with care.
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