Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Laura Slawter, Mar 14, 2019 at 3:19 AM.
Doing his laundry? Good for you. How you at making the sammich?
Omfah! The bathroom scale just went way up!
I would, but I threw them all away 5 years ago or so. When we stopped getting gifts. Don’t even open them, they go directly to the trash bin by my pkg car
Just tell your boyfriend you deserve a good spanking for losing his pin.
You had grand kids when you got your first pin and didn’t throw it in the garbage like everybody else does? Do you hang it up next to the mirror so when you brush your teeth you can see how amazing you are? Or are you the type or person that brush’s his teeth with his eyes closed?
What's that all about?
He said his grand kids made him do it. I’m wondering if he had grand kids when he got his first driving pins. Everybody throws them out.
I’m also curious where that award thing hangs.
My kids stole most of mine. Lol
He’s retired. Back in the day, this was a proud job to have. Not only did guys get pins, you got to pick from the catalog. Not everyone throws them away either. Lemme guess, you crash a lot?
They don't even give you years of service awards anymore.
Sounds like you need to clean the sand out of your vag
If you get that worked up about a plaque laying in a box
Thanks for playing sir. You gonna keep some paper ups Delivery logs around when you retire?
The pins are generic crapola. The company doesn't care and it shows.
Do you get a nice piece of cardboard as an award now?
Printed out and it looks like junk mail.
This. You guys keeping souvenirs is silly to me
Waking up every morning knowing I’m not responsible for harming another person while at a work is all the “recognition” I need. I’m not a child that needs pats on the back for doing what I’m supposed to do.
It didn't used to be just pats on the back. We used to get some nice stuff for awards. Nobody cared about the stupid pins but we got those too.
You don't read very well, do you?
He kept them. I probably have a few laying around, and maybe a plaque or two somewhere.
His grandkids either asked if they could make that or it was a surprise. I don't know, but either way it was a sweet gesture.
Go crawl back under your rock.
I got the leather jacket also
Want me to go dig it out
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