One who is employed by the UPS company. They have T-shirts which say on the front "UPS employee," and the back of the shirt reads, "commited to excellence." Which is a blanant display of UPS over hyping their customer service. If this individual were truly commited to excellence he probably wouldn't have wound up in the packaging industry. It would be fine if the back of a shirt said "commited to excellence" if the front said something like "olympian" or "I build rockets." But "UPS employee" should have something more appropriate on the back, like, "G.E.D"
Guy: I'm a UPS employee 'cause my parents got divorced.
a date, usually in ink, placed upon the stamps of a letter by a postal employee, used to give the reciever of the letter the date the letter was mailed and to prevent the stamp from being used again
USPS customer : I need this letter round dated with today's date!
USPS employee : Sure I'll round date that right away.
Teamster lingo for a full time top pay-tiered UPS employee.
The brownies got taken care of in the last contract, but the casuals got jack shit.
(Adverb)- 1. A scam that is so corrupt, that it is interesting for the reader to find news on and read about whenever more information is found. 2. When one receives something unwanted through the USPS, UPS, e-mail, or other means that you paid for by accident.
Employee 1: "Did you read about that huge 300+ page AT&T bill for the iPhone users? Can you believe that? 300 pages".
Employee 2: "Yeah, I did. Totally scamalicious".
Person 1: "I want a free XBOX360 too!"
Person 2: "No way man, don't do it. It's too scamalicious".
a place that makes billions of dollars a year but can't afford to give employees more than a lousy 25 cent raise every 6 months.more...
a place where you learn to hate the general public because they assume that YOU the employee are a complete moron just because you have to wear a ridiculous uniform and must serve them their food, which in a way, can be degrading.
a place where a manager cannot give direction to his crew because they dont speak the same friggin language as you. Pointing and basic spanish-speaking skills only go so far
a place where you realize that a good percentage of people have extremely low IQ's and fit the stereotype of the average McDonalds employee a lot better than THE ACTUAL EMPLOYEE.....why you ask???
People will sit in the drive-thru lane where the FIRST MENU BOARD IS, evidently NOT look at it, pull up to the ordering menu, and waste the employees' time as well as the time of the customers waiting behind them. "Can I take your order?"....."Can I get the ummm.....the uhhh....the numberrrr.....uhh"
Or they will order one meal, and forget that it comes with a drink which they need to SPECIFY. Simple mistake, right? Then they order a second meal, and AGAIN do not specify a drink. So the employee must again ask, WHAT KIND OF DRINK WITH THAT? After the 3rd, 4th, even 5th meal ordered, you would think that the customer begins to notice a PATTERN to the ordering process, but that would be too much to ask.
A place where people will order a DO...
When a clerk in the Post Office uses an ink stamper to place a date(a round date) upon packages or letters, used to prevent the stamp from being used again and to give the date the letter or package was mailed to the receiver
Joe to USPS employee: Can you frank my letter? I need it dated today.
USPS employee: Sure, let me finish franking these other packages first.
A level of frustrating, time-wasting, and sometimes derogatory information and/or action that is based in malicious ignorance. Usually the information/action have no rational (i.e. Common sense) or useful basis.
most common with inferior higher-ups in a heirarchy who desperately need to feel superior.
Coined during a meeting in 2008, after a night in a NYC gay bar.
Boss: I know I've never sold apples, but we should develop a way they could be peeled like a banana and that would help sales.
Employee 1 to employee 2: What is this huckleberry bullshit.