Typically, I'd be approached midway through the contract
and the manager/writer would express amazement at how much I
grasped/accomplished in such a short amount of time (Duh! I've been doing
this for ages!).
That is the exact reaction I received from the manager here. What did she expect?
But I bet you all (john included) can't beat this:
During a lull in work at another contract company, I was asked to paint the attic of the new office.
I wasted no time looking for another job.
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