I think we’ve all had to deal with a smug and entitled manager at some point in our lives. My personal experience has shown me that it’s simpler to find a method of working with them as opposed to confronting them outright.
The story that follows is about a dissatisfied employee who works in a shipyard that specializes in ship repair and refitting. We are talking about a hardworking blue-collar worker. But things take a bitter turn when the entitled manager—who is occasionally referred to as EB—begins issuing orders to everyone on site. At this point, OP devises a creative plan to get revenge on EB for his absurd demands. Without giving away too much information, EB’s managerial skills are called into question, and to make matters worse, the efficacy of the team declines dramatically. I must admit, even though I wouldn’t want to trade places with EB in this (or any other) situation, this is one of the most satisfying malicious compliance stories I have read in a long time! So, with that in mind, check out the story below, and when you’re done, don’t forget to check out the story about an entitled couple who shows up at a restaurant 30 minutes before it closes!