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I'm having another one of those days.... SO bored at work today. I should be doing the phone bills and contact lists, only the area of the Orange site I need to access to do this isn't working. I called them over 2hrs ago to fix it, but nothing.

I have done all the other work I can and now don't know WHAT to do. My line-manager is out too. I could skive off a bit (like now writing my blog) but there are too many people milling about and I don't want to get caught out. Especially not on the Forum :oS

There are only so many cups of tea I an make, and trips to the loo. I can't even wander off to another department for a gossip coz we've been condensed into just these 2 rooms. I would consider asking to go home early and swap the hours for another day when I an be more useful, but the only other day I could do this month I have already swapped for my birthday. So I'm stuck there too.

I'm feeling bloated and tired too. I could do with just going home and having a nap, but I;m not so badly off that I could go home on the sick and I don't want to have a cut in pay either.

Looks like I'm just going to have to slog it out, and hope that Orange pull their fingers out so I can do my job!

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