A bunch of janitors have taken to Whisper.sh to admit things about their jobs they can't say in public. These are their secrets.
Whisper.sh is a website where anyone can anonymously post their thoughts, their feelings and, especially, their secrets. Here are 20 true confessions from people we all see every day: janitors.
Proud to Be a Janitor
No shade on janitors. They do an incredibly important job that not a lot of people want to do.
That's a tough one. But if your girlfriend's into, that's all that matters.
Dumpster diving is pretty easy to do when your job involves Dumpsters.
The janitor does not care about your pranks. The janitor only cares about clean bathrooms. Thank you, janitor.
The Grossest People
That's because kids haven't yet been taught by our permissive culture that they shouldn't ever have to feel shame.
Do what's your fancy college diploma really worth?
It doesn't matter what your station in life is: Being rude to people in the service and hospitality industries is always stupid. Being nice to them is always smart.
I Was A Teenage Janitor
Being in high school is tough enough without having to hide the fact that you also work there.
Because true wellness is about taking care of your body AND your mind.
Don't feel like an ass for it! Janitors SHOULD be well paid. They clean up poop.
You Are The One Who Is Gross
Ah, the tables have turned. Now the janitor judges YOU!
Every line of work has a hierarchy and its own internal politics. EVERY line of work.
I knew it!
And that's how I learned you can extract silver from X-rays.
Life tips! We all need 'em. Here's a great tip about where not to poop.
Hey, do you know what it takes to make a janitor happy? Not all that much. How about you just acknowledge them as fellow humans with thoughts and feelings and birthdays?
Like I just said, all you have to do is treat janitors like human beings. It shouldn't be that hard.
You snooze, you lose (to the janitors).
Find and follow your own bliss. Don't let anyone tell you how to live your life. Take it from this guy.
Respect All Professions