Mox is a young but well educated translator. Two PhDs, six languages...
and he hardly earns the minimum wage.
*uncomfortableAnd I've been through this situation... one of the hardest moments in my life. Not even sushi made it comfortable.
Thanks Anonymous, I corrected it.My deepest condolences, I hope you recovered from the bad experience.
Thank you. I've decided to tell my clients that I weigh 800 pounds and thus cannot leave my cage, but that they are welcome to visit me and watch me eat 9 pizzas and a koala bear (my regular lunch.)Problem solved.The downside is that I lost all my customers. Now I'm a dedicated koala bear hunter.
You always make me laugh. Thanks Alejandro!
Ha ha, super! Wie wär's mit einer Umfrage / Serie zum Thema "Gehen Freelance-Übersetzer häufiger zum Psychiater als andere Menschen?" ;-)
"Do put some pants on", ahahahah. That's the best piece of advice I have ever read.
I love the "ridiculous situation, like making a spelling mistake." Though I would worry that if I did that, I might lose all respect for the other people and decide I couldn't possibly work for them and end the meeting early... Maybe I should take a shower and put on some pants.
What a great post! I think we are all loners and most of us do think this way before we go out to meat someone: FACE TO FACE???
Great post, as usual!Been there way too many times... Poor Mox.
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