I think it's time to lighten things up a bit in here. So here's a few things about the Worthless Co-Worker which amuse me.
(Your amusement may vary wildly from mine though.)
I remember the day the day the manager stalked out of the stock room/break room and asked me if I ate his container of cashews. I think I just stared at him without replying. He then figured out who ate his cashews. His unopened by him cashews as a matter of fact. All that was left was the empty container for him to stare at.
So he confronts the Worthless Co-Worker about this, and to her credit, she fesses right up to it. When asked why she would do that her reply was, "You can't leave food around here, especially when I'm hungry. What do you expect me to do when I'm hungry and too broke to buy my own food?"
(For the record my food is apparently off limits though. She knows what my reaction would be I guess.)
She made a friend the other day at the mall. We have a recently opened kiosk in front of our store. Some gold buying scam outfit by the looks of it. There's a tall leggy blonde who works their part time who Worthless Co-Worker gushes over. Apparently they have deep "spiritual" conversations. As per the Worthless Co-Worker's words, "she's a Christian, unlike me or the boss."
She's a stripper. I had this figured out the first time I saw her. This leggy blonde uses her "stage walk" as she struts back and forth in front of her kiosk. While I personally have nothing against that noble profession the Worthless Co-Worker was beside herself with this knowledge. (Because yes, she had to immediately go out and ask this girl if it were true.) Needless to say they're no longer friends.
And then there's the last incident where she left the store key at home and called me to come out to the store to lock up for her. You know the incident, where the boss forbade her from calling me out to do this?
When I asked her why she called me, when he didn't want her to do that, her reply was "He didn't forbid me from calling you. All he said was that he didn't want me to call you. That's not the same thing. He knows he has to be more clear than that with me."
That's the reality of working with this delusional person. So yes, on occasion she does amuse me.