I recently had a conversation with a woman who was recently fired from her job. I asked her why she decided to leave her job so abruptly, and she tol
I recently had a conversation with a woman who was recently fired from her job. I asked her why she decided to leave her job so abruptly, and she told me that she had a spell that made her feel like her job was “useless”. It was a spell she had cast over herself, and she was so desperate to get out that she decided to cast the spell on her replacement.
The spell is a mental state, which is basically a way of thinking that involves changing your self-talk so that you’re aware of other thoughts and feelings and even subconsciously change the way you process information. That is, your mind does everything that you think it should do (like you read this to find out what to think about next) but in your mind, you’re doing it on a different level. That’s the really cool thing about using spells.
This is a common practice even by the standards of the ’90s. Most new employees are put on the company payroll, with a very specific job description, and then told to do their job. Then, and only then, is their pay and status determined. This is usually done by a human being, not a magic user, and when the person is fired, they’re often pretty pissed.
A spell is a magical incantation that can have a very real effect on someone’s character. In the case of spell-casting, you are actually casting a spell and making it happen. You have to be very careful because if the spell goes wrong, you can cause serious injury or death. Spell-casters tend to be very particular about their spells as their character is.
It turns out that the spell to get someone fired from their job is a very common and simple one. It involves making an incantation and then asking your target to perform it. A common example is calling out, “I hereby decree that my child is no longer my responsibility,” or “You will be fired.” A few spell users have even used this spell as a way to stop their boss from firing them.
The problem is that people like the fact that you’re asking them to perform a spell. If you don’t ask them to do it, they’re probably going to do it anyway. After all, they’re probably already on their way to your office to perform this spell when they get there, right? This isn’t just wrong, it’s downright dangerous.
Spell users are known to be a small minority of spell users, and they usually tend to be the more angry, impatient, and/or immature spell users. I say that is because spell users are so prevalent that they can be the first to be fired from their jobs. Granted, this is a relatively rare occurrence, but since we’re talking about an illegal act, it’s pretty bad.
So what would you do if you were fired? I’m assuming you’d go crazy. And I don’t mean on the job. I mean somewhere else where you have a good sense of humor and you can vent. Because, let’s face it: If you know how to spell and can perform a spell, you should be able to get a job. You’d be the happiest and most productive person in the office.
As it turns out, there are a lot of ways to get fired from your job. From a legal standpoint, if you mess up your job at the bottom of the stack, you can be fired. Sometimes this is by accident, but more often it’s by design. One of the ways to get fired is to get fired without cause. This is an old-school method and isn’t something that’s very common anymore.
Yes, this is an old-school method. Its been a while, but it’s still one of the most common ways to get someone fired from their job. For this reason, the majority of the people who get fired are not fired for doing good work. In fact, a majority of people who get fired for doing good work arent fired even for doing good work.