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If someone in the robotics industry would do more of it, we might not have to do any at all.

Posted by Mzebonga on Monday, 7th January 2002

I find the day-to-day process of working at some piss-wick little venture with liars, egotists and morons entirely soul destroying to the point where survival is put at risk.

Posted by Mzebonga on Tuesday, 15th February 2005

I like being at work unsupervised, I update my website, listen to loud and often obnoxious music.

I think I might take my trousers off and do a dance...

Posted by Mzebonga on Tuesday, 3rd May 2005

They say that, in the next 6 - 10 months, my job will be changing and I will be moved to a new office. I have to say that I don't know what I think about that. Mostly because I don't much like my job at the moment

Too much petty office politics.

Posted by Mzebonga on Wednesday, 6th July 2005

Why do people in the same working environment think it's a good idea to knob each other, recently two of my co-workers have decided it's a good idea to leave their significant others (one is married) for each other.

At the end of the day, dipping the breadstick into the dip isn't a good idea if you work together, especially if one is ranked superior...

This said, if you worked where I worked you'd do crazy shit like that, the closer I am to leaving, the closer I am to coming to work in arseless chaps.

Posted by George on Thursday, 28th July 2005

Ok so I went to work for THREE hours today.
What was the point?
What's sadder is that I did actual work!

Posted by JCP on Friday, 23rd December 2005

I think it should be legal to kill people who you work with who do not help you but instead just annoy you with their unimportant shit.

I think this should be passed to Government for processing into law.

Posted by Mzebonga on Wednesday, 18th January 2006

I heard a scenario recently through work where things were going missing from peoples' wallets/purses/handbags. What did they do about this? They whispered in circles. They didn't report it to a manager or get it flagged up, they just let it circulate in rumours and grumbled about it.

So what happened? Shit kept getting stolen. When did it stop? When somebody had the sense to call the police and the culprit was found out and arrested.

Seriously, are people morons? Didn't they realise that things would keep going missing? No sense of responsibility. Shocking.

Posted by Mzebonga on Friday, 27th January 2006

I have work in thirteen and a half hours, this pisses me off.

Posted by George on Saturday, 8th April 2006

Due to a computer lacking a componant I won't be paid this month. That means from the 13th october to the 22nd december I wouldn't be paid.


Posted by George on Tuesday, 14th November 2006

It's overrated, it takes up Xbox360: Live time.

Posted by George on Tuesday, 20th February 2007

2 more hours to go

I did all my work, can't I just go home?
Come on, I'm a great employee and I'll even have my pay docked for the 2 hours I'm gone.

Posted by JCP on Thursday, 13th May 2004


So, I work in an office. My job is to log all the forms and ensure that all the correct forms are circulated.

I am the form king. My job sucks.

Posted by Mzebonga on Wednesday, 18th May 2005

As an administrator, I know that, in an office environment, there is no stronger tool of tyranny that the memo, the form and the message book.


Oh, Administrators, I know your real job titles and benchmarks. Thou art all tyrants and Hitler worshippers.

Posted by Mzebonga on Wednesday, 17th August 2005


I left my job for the last time ever on saturday. My initial reaction was one of dismay, at the people I'd miss, then I realised that those fuckers aint going to miss me any time soon.

So I burnt the place. TO THE GROUND...

Posted by George on Monday, 1st August 2005


When I say "multi-tasking" on this occasion, I don't mean doing more than one thing simultaneously. Right now I'm trying to do more than one job where I work and it is starting to kill me. My brain just isn't able to cope with the sheer volume of information that I am being bombarded with.

My poor brain, it has turned to soggy goo... I shall miss it so very dearly.

Posted by Mzebonga on Tuesday, 9th August 2005


I sometimes wonder about quitting my job and living in a sewer.

Posted by Mzebonga on Wednesday, 26th May 2004


Pending a 1200 word assignment, I am now apparently a qualified manager.

This isn't interesting news but it may frighten a few people.

Posted by Mzebonga on Monday, 18th December 2006


It is a horrible thing and thank goodness I have holidays coming up in a week and a half ,because I can't put up with this crap anymore.

Posted by Ice Pryncess on Tuesday, 11th June 2002

I have a shitty orange and blue thing on my desk. I was given it by an employee at the company I work for. It came from a box of Kelloggs Frosties. They said it was a stress reliever but it blatantly isn't. It looks like a really turd hacky sack.

If anyone knows what this is, could you please send a message to me? Thanks.

Posted by Mzebonga on Thursday, 19th May 2005

Working 9-5

What a way to make a living.

Posted by Mzebonga on Sunday, 9th June 2002

Working From Home

I would love to work from home. Working from home would mean that you can have your own music as loud as you like; you could stock the fridge with whatever you needed during the day; you could work 10am to 7pm if that worked for you; you wouldn't have to suffer colleagues during the day unless you had meetings and you could ban them from your house if you really wanted and, most of all, you wouldn't have to spend hours travelling to and from work.

I'd love to work from home. Sure there'd be motivational issues and distractions at first but they'd wear off...

Posted by Mzebonga on Sunday, 31st July 2005

Working With The Public

It's like working with a band of monkies. Anything you tell them they don't believe and they persist in grunting and howling at you anyway.

It's not until you agree to give them a chocolate bar and pick the lice out of their hair that they shut up.

Posted by Mzebonga on Saturday, 5th January 2002

Hmmm all I can say is it's very hard, I mean really hard. You have to put up with so many different kinds of people. Stupid ,arrogant, ugly, annoying, dumb are the types of people you get in and for every ten ingrates you get in ,you get one nice one who treats like a human.Oh and another thing comb overs aren't attractive and flat tops went out in the 80's.

Posted by Ice Pryncess on Saturday, 5th January 2002

Customers are assholes, thats all I gotta say about that.

Posted by Ice Pryncess on Wednesday, 29th January 2003