Sometimes a bad first impression can turn any one off, and it’s especially true when it comes to new jobs, one TikToker recently shared.
“I woke up at like 7 o’clock this morning [and] was not feeling it,” Sam said. “I cried to my boyfriend and everything.”
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She said when she arrived at the job, she and other new employees received a welcome speech and tour of the store. She said they were then told to stand outside while the store was testing its fire alarms.
“Y’all why we’ve been sitting outside the store for two going on three hours, not doing nothing?” Sam said. “Bruh, I could’ve went rolled up, went and got me a black, went home, took a nap, got me some food. And the whole time, guess what they’re doing? Testing the fire alarms. And to top it all off, when I got up to come to the car, my wig was sliding back. So I’m pretty much ready to go home.”
In the comments section of her video, Sam said she hopes to become a makeup artist but is currently having a hard time getting booked.
In a follow-up TikTok though, Sam changed her tune about the job.
“OK, so, y’all, I lied,” Sam Huncho said while proceeding to giggle.
“All we really went in and did today was put out inventory,” Sam said. “I’m chopping it up with the store managers, chopping it up with the supervisors, chopping it up with my white and Black co-workers, chopping it up with the old people. … But I gotta go back for the rest of the week and do it all over again, 8 to 8.”
“I’m not gone quit my job. I fuck with it, for now,” she said. She also revealed she graduated with a degree in business administration and had been out of college for two years. According to Bloomerg, about 41% of recent college grdudates are “undemployed,” or “working in jobs that typically do not require a college degree.”
Sam said she’s hoping to look for a work from home job.
Commenters on her previous video sympathized though with her hesitancy to continue with her new job.
“Yea baby i would of quit after the first 10 mins,” one person commented.
“Hang in there. I’m starting my new job next week after 3 months of not working. No job is perfect,” another person said.
“You’re just outside of your comfort zone after 9 months!! ‘everything you’ve ever wanted is right outside your comfort zone’ YOU GOT THIS BESTIE,” another commenter said.
The Daily Dot has reached out to Sam Huncho via TikTok comment and Instagram direct message.