Re: We won't be playing games anymore.
James T. Vader wrote:
. . . So the first girl to go, goes into this tearful sob fest about how 2002 was her third year in college and she attempted suicide twice.
The next person to go, went on and on about her adopted sister and the girls real dad breaking into the house trying to kidnap his child back and terrorized the family.
Finally at this point my boss stood up and said that this wasn’t what she meant, she said keep it light and fluffy.
What a downer of a meeting this was.
It was a bad idea. I'm sure your boss just meant for everyone to have a little fun, but asking people to disclose personal stuff is . . . well, it's like a box of chocolates.
“All the universe or nothingness. Which shall it be, Passworthy? Which shall it be?”