Worst analogy ever.

November 14, 2006 at 12:08 am | Posted in Random | Leave a comment

Recently I’ve started playing RPG’s again. In most RPGs you’re forced to sit around for any number of hours beating up bad guys to level up before moving on with the story. Which leads me to my really bad analogy: my job is the equivalent of running around in the field waiting for battles all with the expectation of getting both money and experience. However, now I’m at that point in the process where the enemies no longer pose a challenge (even without the level up) and all you’re waiting for is to cross the line. Just like work. The only question being will you be lucky, resulting in a lot less points to go or cursed to spend hours going through the motions.

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