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SINGLE AUNTIE WITH MASTER STAY BACK LATE TO LOOK GOOD

As I sit at my desk, staring at the clock ticking away the minutes until 6pm, I can’t help but feel a sense of resentment towards my colleague, Sarah.

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She’s been staying back at the office every day for the past few weeks, claiming to be working diligently on some important project. But the truth is, I know she’s just trying to make herself look good.

Sarah is a single woman in her mid-thirties, with a Master’s degree and a seemingly impressive resume. However, she has been with our company for over three years now, and has yet to receive a promotion or any recognition for her work. And I know why.

She may have the qualifications, but her work ethic is abysmal.

I remember when she first joined our team. She was full of energy and enthusiasm, eager to prove herself and make a name for herself in the company. But as time went on, her true colors started to show. Sarah is terribly inefficient and often spends hours on small tasks that should only take a few minutes. And when she does finally finish something, it’s riddled with mistakes and errors.

But what’s even more frustrating is her constant whining and complaining. She always has something to complain about, whether it’s the workload, her co-workers, or her personal life. She’s like a black cloud that follows us around the office, sucking the joy out of everything.

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And yet, despite all of this, she still stays back every day, pretending to be hardworking. I can see right through her facade, and I know others can too. But for some reason, she seems to think that by staying back late, she’ll be seen as a dedicated employee. It’s almost comical, really.

As the clock strikes, Sarah finally packs up her things and makes her way out of the office. I can’t help but roll my eyes as she passes by my desk, giving me a fake smile and a half-hearted “goodnight”. I know she’s just putting on an act, trying to make it seem like she’s been working hard all day.

But as everyone else starts to leave for the day, I can’t help but feel a twinge of guilt. Maybe I’m being too harsh on Sarah. After all, she is a single woman with no family or friends to go home to. Maybe she just needs to stay back at the office to feel like she’s a part of something.

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