Tit-illation

Remember hate speech person? Well, guess what.

*drumroll*

He strikes again!

He didn’t say anything, this time. Welp. Not verbally.

There is this book on display at the library where I work. It is about the anatomy of the breast. It has a picture of a breast on the front of it.

Coworker in question felt it necessary to put the book face-down, put a piece of paper over the back cover, and leave a sticky note on top for the librarians to see.

Something along the lines of: “Dear Librarians, could you please move this book somewhere else because it is offending me and it is pornographic and I don’t think it should be on display.”

Of course, I wanted to have a little chat with said coworker about the human body…how its functions are not contained to mere titillation. But, I knew such a conversation would fall on deaf ears. As such, I decided to fix the display instead.

After I left the floor, coworker person un-fixed my fixing of the display. We were leaving the library, and I saw the un-fixed display. So, I re-fixed the un-fixed but previously-fixed display. Coworker doubled back after I had exited the library, to re-un-fix the display.

I just get SO FRUSTRATED because if he, for whatever reason, is offended, he has the option to just NOT LOOK AT THE DISPLAY. But, no.

That would make sense.

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3 thoughts on “Tit-illation

  1. Okay, I’m in complete agreement with you, but… That was the best laugh I’ve had all day. I’m guessing before the first un-fixing of the display your co-worker likely took the book into the bathroom and used it to masturbate. Just a hunch. And you’re right, you can’t argue with people like this. It’s best to fix, fix, fix, and then walk away knowing you’ve done your best. Those librarians probably got an equally hearty laugh from the Post-it.

    • Said coworker is in the bathroom ALL THE TIME…so I can definitely see this scenario as a possibility. Librarians were pissed, and our team got in trouble for messing with the displays. Nevertheless, the book is MIA from the display…

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