Good morning Readers! Was happy to wake up this morning as see so many positive responses to yesterday’s blog. Nice to know so many followers have found me. I’m happy to share and answer all your questions, you can either DM me or leave them in a comment. Thanks and on with today’s Delivering the Dirt.
ReaderMan says: “Hello, Six. I really like your attitude. Sounds like a fun job. Please continue your blog!”
Thanks ReaderMan! Your comment brought up something that I should address; Attitude. Attitude is everything. As a Mailgirl you really have no control over your situation, you are naked in an office filled with people who are clothed, who are allowed (if not encouraged) to look at your naked body. They are allowed to stare. They are allowed to leer. Hell, a few times I think I caught a few of them drooling. But you can’t let that phase you. You are always working on a deadline. You will be late. You will be blamed for things that are out of your control. You will always be judged. You may even get hated.
That’s okay. That’s the job.
Your average 40 year old coworker is married, has a couple of kids, a mortgage, a car loan and college to save for. They might be taking care of an elderly parent. It’s even worse if they have teenagers. There is no privacy, little chance for any sexual expression and plenty of regret, stress, and responsibility. Your average coworker has it pretty rough.
They have to release that stress somewhere. This is when people start to go to bars, dance clubs, strip clubs, fight clubs, casinos, brothels, crack houses, or any of the other thousands of ways people bow off stress. If they don’t it leads to substance abuse, cheating, divorce, rehab, etc. I’m sure there is a thousand other things that could be ruining their life, and worse, make them less productive during office hours.
Mailgirls are a proactive corporate response to their employees needs. Studies have shown for decades that happy employees are the most productive, and Mailgirls make the workplace more productive by eliminating excess office tasks, enhancing interoffice communications, and improving workplace morale.
But the corporate line aside, a Mailgirl is a responsible form of release. Everyone gets to boss the Mailgirl around. Everyone gets to stare at her. Everyone gets to humiliate her a little bit. Everyone gets to feel a little superior, to feel a little more in control. A little release. A shared experience. A human connection.
That’s what Mailgirls bring to the table. That is the essential service we can provide. If the closest thing to sexual gratification a coworker will get all day is sending me to get coffee, dropping something on the floor just to watch me pick it up, or staring at my naked pussy, that’s okay. It makes them more productive, makes the company more profit, which they can spend on new products, employees, and Mailgirls. I’m essential to that cycle.
And I can’t do my job without the proper attitude. Most times I am happy to do it. Sometimes I’m not, sometimes I get my buttons pushed or I’m having a bad day. I need to shelve all that for off hours and keep a positive mental attitude.
Mailgirls are human. We do cry. We do feel humiliation, anger, and judgment like anyone else. But we have to keep a positive attitude and professional demeanor. It makes the workplace better and improves the lives of all employees. I’m okay with that. Mailgirl Six is here to serve.
So that’s all for today kiddies. Keep the questions and comments coming in an I’ll answer with my thoughts about being a Mailgirl.
And remember, health and efficiency matters!