Wednesday, February 27, 2008

That's me, the Brilliant Intern

Today after work I had to follow my collegue to make some connections with other people in the company/industry... I wasn't really listening. Anyway, it was a series of champagne (which I kept refusing) h'our derves (which I should have kept refusing, but never did) and bloody feet because I wore the most unpractical shoes I own for the two-hour, stand on your feet event.

Anyway I took pleasure in two things (this might turn into more than two) the h'our derves (the fact that I can't figure out how to spell this stupid work should forshadow a few things.) of course, my mental mockery of boring people trying their hardest to make themselves sound intensly interesting by bragging about whatever economics they do to put me to sleep. Oh and the last thing that made me happy was that the girl I was with introduced me to everyone as 'the brilliant intern.' She would go talk to someone, say and this is the brilliant intern we have had for the last two weeks who has done some excellent work. Then they would look at my name take, take note of my name I assume, and then continue to brag/bore me to sleep. This went on for the duration of the whatever you would call it until the second to last person I was introduced to. He was french canadian, and as I waited for my grandeous introduction to conclude the French Canadian looked at me, looked at my name tag and said, 'jer name tahg iz upside down.' and then walked away.

Leave it to the French. So much for being brilliant, I would rather be an average idiot in comfortable shoes anyway.

Oops, no time for spell check, sorry!


Kristine said...

that is a great story. i will now call you the brilliant intern from now on. don't let them fall in love with you too much because rexburg will need you come april!

Jane said...

seriously? seriously maggie...did this really happen. It is too good to be true. I LOVE it. Thanks for sharing.

holli hale said...

HAHAHA... I have this urge to release my inhibition of writing the acronym "LOL," which I usually disapprove of, but I really just laughed out loud hardcore. andb quite heartily. That was a great story. I miss you maggie!!!

Oh and I don't know if you heard, but I am doing a semester studying abroad in London, so you'll have to give me the scoop on the place. I value your knowledge. You really are brilliant!