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Quick update - bitchiness a go go

Lynn demanded to know why I wasn't working for "them" (me) 5 days a week, not just 3. I said that was all they had on offer for now. And I liked working for Glenn and no one else who could run the internet for him just now. Phew.... lying on my feet is becoming second nature now. Not sure if that's a good or bad thing.....

Glenns been in a funny mood all day today. Not chatty at all, even though he'd been to play chess all weekend (won some, lost to the masters, heehee). I was almost glad of neils visit just to have a conversation! (almost!) Although he does keep offering to pick my lunch up for me. So I guess what ever has pissed him off, it's not me. So I officialy don't care! HA!

Roy is still pissing me off in the most amazing way - it's the only thing he's any good at. Today I was a "bitch" for being right that he would need a larger jiffi bag to send his mag covers back. I don't understand how! I preteneded not to hear anything he said, making a point of being in a different room when he tried to talk to me. Did you know that Lynn is giving him lifts about the place now?? She made a point of telling me that.

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