Tag: work

Work Friend Thinks You’re Her Friend Friend

A SERIES of embarrassing misunderstandings have led one work colleague to misread the signs and conclude that she is your friend friend and not merely your work friend, WWN can exclusively reveal. Noreen in HR has often provided amiable company in the office with polite small talk when passing in the corridor, however, her the… Read more »

Here’s Our Unpaid, Overworked Intern With An Article About The Gender Pay Gap

IT’S NEVER been more important to advocate for parity of pay among the sexes. It’s 2019 after all. We here of the trailblazing feminist-first Gash publication know the importance of pursuing this issue more than anyone. For example; how the underrepresented are often placated with empty gestures such as a token, one-off article proclaiming the… Read more »

New Girl No Craic

THE votes are in; the new female hire at a Waterford office has been found to be ‘zero craic’ by her male co-workers, who have found her to be a poor replacement for the girl who just left, who you could at least talk to. The naturally shy Carrie Whelan was brought round and introduced to her… Read more »

5 Ways To Reduce Stress

HAS there ever been a generation more afflicted by such high stress levels than this current one? Trying to strike that work/life balance, paying bills, keeping a roof over your head – it can take all your energy sometimes to just keep on keeping on, suppressing that stress until you’re old enough to die of… Read more »

Local Man Can’t Get Over Fact Plumber Is A Woman

WATERFORD native Padraig Towlin is struggling to keep it together after a rather usual event occurred in his home yesterday afternoon. Towlin (51) had cause to ring a plumbing company due to a leak in his kitchen sink but the company sent a woman dressed in plumber’s clothing instead of sending an actual plumber, much… Read more »

Local Man Would Be Better Off On The Dole

WATERFORD store manager Manus Whelan has spent the morning bitterly complaining how he would be better off on social welfare, following a Budget 2019 dole increase of five whole euro. Whelan hasn’t stopped grousing since Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe’s announcement yesterday that cuts to the USC will result in the average worker benefiting by 4… Read more »