Bosses tend to be either amazing or terrible. There's simply no in-between. But for Gracie Hoos, a self-described "amateur funny person," her old boss at a pub she used to work at is somewhere in that middle zone. Over the weekend, Hoos took to Twitter to share a series of hilarious exchanges she'd had over the course of working there.
Get ready to be in stitches.
Do they have to bow?
This could work.
And it doesn't even end there.
He'd call it a snow day.
Basically, it was a living sitcom.
also worth noting the head cook at this bar at the time was a small Filipino man named Hercules whose main hobby was ice sculpting so yeah I basically worked in a sitcom— Gracie Hoos (@cottoncandaddy) March 23, 2018
Unfortunately, all good things come to an end.
unfortunately this guy sucks now so there's not going to be any new content but at least I'll always have these— Gracie Hoos (@cottoncandaddy) March 23, 2018
alright for everyone asking, I didn’t leave. he sold the pub to new owners and completely did a 180 after. he was super bitter about it and started treating me and all the other staff like absolute shit. basically he was the boss equivalent of a bitter ex— Gracie Hoos (@cottoncandaddy) March 25, 2018
Unsurprisingly, people found the exchanges hilarious.
if this was me I’d say it’s me like I’d rather have the credit for being funny than give it to a former boss I don’t get along with anymore— Gracie Hoos (@cottoncandaddy) March 24, 2018
I honestly was ready to see some kind of harassment or something so this was super unexpected and I love it 💕— lil bean 🌻 (@haiimickey_) March 23, 2018
“How do you feel about advertising as a family business” Harry gets a daughter— Ayydrian (@atun103) March 25, 2018
We all need a boss like this.