We're sure you're an expert at your job . . . or at least faking it well. But out of curiosity . . . what could WE all do to make it easier on you?
We saw a discussion about it online over the weekend, where people talked about the ONE little thing people could do to make their jobs easier. Here are the ten best ones . . .
Surgeon: REALLY don't eat or drink before your surgery. If there's food in your stomach, there's a possibility you'll have reflux and choke when they take out the breathing tube.
Graphic designer: Never, ever use the expression, "Make it pop!" when you want a graphic.
Paramedic: Pull over to the right for sirens and flashing lights, and STAY there until all the ambulances and fire trucks have passed.
Nurse: Stop lying about your weight. They need to know the truth.
Pizza delivery guy: Make sure your doorbell works and your address is visible. If not, let them know when you order.
Train engineer: Don't jump in front of a train or do risky things that could make you fall in front of one. It DESTROYS them emotionally when they hit someone . . . even when it's not their fault . . . and time off for trauma is unpaid.
Criminal defense attorney: Exercise your right to remain silent. You make their job infinitely harder when you've said ANYTHING.
Haunted house worker: Don't HIT them because you're scared.
911 Operator: If you accidentally dial 911, don't hang up. You won't do it quick enough, and they'll STILL have to send a cop to your house.
Soldier: Don't ask them if they've ever killed anyone.