This Woman Tweeted Her Wildly Hilarious Text Conversations With Her Ex-Boss And It’s Straight Out Of A Sitcom

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They say the quality of your job somewhat depends on the quality of upper management, and honestly, there’s a lot of truth to that. If you hate your boss, there’s a good chance you’ll at least in part hate your job, and if you love your boss, even a terrible job won’t seem that bad. And when you have a boss that’s as crazy as Gracie Hoos‘? Well, I’ll let you figure that one out for yourself.

Gracie tweeted some of the messages she and her ex-employer exchanged when she worked at a bar in Vancouver, and there’s a reason they got 286k retweets — they’re freaking hilarious.

Let’s take a closer look at the messages, which are straight up ridiculous at times.

Twitter / @cottoncandaddy
Twitter / @cottoncandaddy
Twitter / @cottoncandaddy


Twitter / @cottoncandaddy
Twitter / @cottoncandaddy

Okay, I just LOVE their dynamic. And that’s not even all the work shenanigans going on behind the scenes.

Let’s just say that people are in love with Gracie, Harry, and their weird office dynamic.

In fact, some of us are over here hoping this woman gets the opportunity to turn her life into a piece of art for the rest of us to consume and enjoy.

Please, TV gods, we need this to come true. We’re begging you. TC mark

Callie Byrnes

Callie is a professional Thought Catalog blogger by day and an amateur Tumblr blogger by night.

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