Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Bliss, Avoidance is

It is perfectly acceptable to take long, circuitous routes from point A to point B in your library so that you can pretend you didn't see the entire contents of the children's section dumped in the floor.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

That is if you know where those points are and even where the children's section is.

Anonymous said...

To hell with the books- I slink around the library just to avoid a choice number of patrons.

shushie said...

Heck yeah!

Anonymous said...

I like to "rove" when I see those customers coming...I have the perfect route through the library that allows me minimal interaction with customers and maximum browsing of the books.

Anonymous said...

I just hide in my office all day with the door closed like a good manager should

Coffeymuse said...

Sudden interest in emptying the back book drop with a stop in at the two manager's offices on the way. Since most of the patron's I avoid are talkers, I take my sweet time!

Mike S. said...

It sure would be a lot queieter if those pesky patrons would stay away and we would not have do clever tricks to avoid them. Gee!

Monster Librarian said...

Ha ha ha...to true!