Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by SteveOUPS, Dec 24, 2014.
How many totes does 1,100 envelopes fit in?
My bad day?!
I was awoken at 130am by some man I didn't know screaming at me to get up! I was forced through the shower single file half clothed with 65 other dudes. I had my clothes taken away and was given the same clothes as the other 65 dudes with me in the shower. I was given just enough clothing that nothing was ever clean. I was then ran around a track at 430am until I puked my guts out. i was then fed some on a shingle and then forced back through the showers. My head was shaved, my spirit was broken and my personal identity was taken away. I wasnt allowed any contact with the outside world.
No not one of the worst peak days compares to my first day at basic.
Suck it up butter cup!
111 stops, 4 pickups, a hair under 200 pieces. Not bad for a Christmas Eve.
Pick ups? Thought we only picked up air?
Forced in a room with 65 other naked guys. Nice.
Very select scheduled ground pickups also today. Those packages don't move though.
Mall route? Seems like a simple day to me
I only have had days on days that end with "y."
Bad days at ups I feel come and go....like playing black jack you ride a streak but know you will have a losing hand eventually.
And just when you think it can't get worse, it will.
It could be worse. It could be a bad hair day.
probably already in bags. LOL
The only bad days I have are when my SUP sends a message I need to go bail out the slackers again.
When I woke up one morning and could not use my left arm. After surgery, 6 months to heal.
I have no cancer nor does any of my friends or family. I'm not homeless and I'm not ever hungry. My wife is very beautiful still and my kids are good kids. I bought myself some new beats for Christmas as a reward.
I have things I enjoy and I still have my faith in God. I've lost my faith at times in life but not in a long time. that's been a key for me for my survival and the survival of the people that count on me. Pretty good days.
Are your kids still young? Wait till tweenage
My son has entered into the dreaded "Dad's an idiot" phase. I can't wait until he enters the "Dad actually knows what he's talking about" phase.
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