Wednesday, June 20, 2012

JaxGame: Horrible Bosses


In celebration of a drawn out hump day, I thought it would be fun to play a Jax game.
Oh, stop rolling your eyes!  You know that you love them!!

As mentioned here, my manager has been out for a while now and will continue to be absent.
It’s good in some aspects, but in other’s I miss her terribly!
Well, someone’s got to do her work.  Sigh…
She’s just a fun person to work with and I really enjoy her company!

That being said, it got me thinking about some of the worst bosses I’ve had to deal with.
…and I’ve really had some awful ones…

For this game, let’s tell a story about our Horrible Bosses!.
I’ll start.

A whopping two years ago, I had a very high priority job.  I used to sell washers.
You know, those little round things with a hole in the middle…Yea, I was a washer expert!

My manager at the company was a real freaky, annoying, pervert.
Let’s call him King Washer.

He used to rub the back of my neck.  Ew…
He used to sit on the side of my chair while I was still in the seat and put his arm around me.  Ew…
He used to openly fantasize about an imaginary, raunchy webcam series starring me.  Double ew…
He used to corner me with milk (ew), and try to tickle me.  Ew, ew, ew!

Then came the final straw.  The final breaking point in his awful King Washer reign.
The man got an iPhone and downloaded an app that he was oh so proud of.
He said “Hey, Jax!  Come here.  I want to show you something on my new phone.”
I should have known, people.  Sometimes I am naïve to situations.

On the screen of his phone was a little button that said “push here and hold down”.
I did as the phone said, when some music started playing and words flashed across the screen.
“You’re wearing GREEN panties today!”
That’s when the creepy King Washer licked his lips and said “Well, was it right?”
I know it’s silly. but it was the final straw!  The straw that broke this little camel’s back!!
Two weeks later I was gone and rocking a new job.

What is your Horrible Bosses story?

80 comments:

  1. you do know that what he did is against law and is called mobbing. You could've taken a lot of money from him in court.
    Ah, if only he was some cute guy... :)

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    1. Yes, I do know! Another girl actually filed the company for a sexual harassment case. Everyone supposedly got interviewed, but I didn't stay with the company long enough to join in on that. The CEO did send me a message swearing that he didn't know and apologizing about the whole scenario. OH well..

      Well, King Washer's brother did look like Robert Downey Jr... Just sayin! lol

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  2. That's wrong on so many levels. Ugh. I had a pervert boss when I worked in retail when I was 15. The other girls that worked there were 16, and, yes, we were attractive youngsters. Should have been my first clue that he liked them young and cute.

    I think when he suggested spin the bottle when the night was slow I should have quit then. He was married with two kids, too.

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    1. Suggested spin the bottle? Eep!!! Creeper alert!!!!

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  3. I'm with Dezz on this one - but I also understand why sometimes it's easier to walk away....because I did the same thing:

    My pervy boss story is on my blog so I won't retell it here...

    I also had a micro manager who was passive aggressive that eavesdropped outside my office door and when I caught her she turned beet red and then denied it - even though she was literally bent down with her ear against the empty air when I flung the door open. Classic!!!

    My last boss told me to um, feck off...he was a treat. I quit the following work day.

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    1. I agree with you and Dez, but it was much easier just to walk away. It was also a family business, so the only people to go and talk to would be a relative of the creep. Awful situation!

      LOL @ "he was a treat". Your sarcasm made me giggle.

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  4. Jax! You put up with way too much lol. Omg... he was so out of line!

    I've never really had a 'boss' in the traditional sense. However, one year I coordinated a big New Year party at a hotel - and the hotel's managing director was sort of icky. Nothing too drastic though... he adopted the French style of greeting with a kiss on either cheek (unheard of here) and kept trying to get me to swim in the pool so that he could watch ;-) but that's about it. The fun part was all the "working lunches" that he treated me to ;-)

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    1. I know, I know. It was miserable, but you deal when you have to pay rent. I'm glad I made the right decision to get out of there. lol

      Ohh, work lunches?? You go girlll ;) hahaha

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  5. Did you say something about your panties?

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  6. Yeah should have sued his whack job arse and got tons of dough, but then again that would be quite the hassle, at least throw his sicko arse in the unemployment line. Those washers must have been such a tough gig with a boss like that..haha..but yeah he sounds like a slimeball.

    A boss that is a NUT JOB is not fun either. A real whack a doo is what one of my former one was, you couldn't tell if she was coming or going, I don't know how she found her way to work, half the time she was out doing things anyway, so maybe she couldn't find her way there. Plus she was a bit too touchy feely sometimes, creepy old woman, but she was more of a whack job than anything else.

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    1. LOL I'm not big on suing. That seems to be everyone's favorite thing to do these days. Waste of time and lawyer fees ;) Which, by the way, my lawyer has finished all THREE books of 50 Shades of Grey. hahahahahaha

      Ohh, Nut jobs are pretty bad too. There's no denying that!

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  7. What the hell... that's completely horrible. I've luckily not had terrible bosses. Maybe some crappy ones but not terrible

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    1. Yes, it was horrible!! If I wasn't so skeeved by milk, I would have dumped it on his head. Bleh...

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  8. Sexual harassment for sure. Should have got him fired so he couldn't do that to anyone else!

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    1. Yes, it was for sure! It was a family business, so the only one likely to have gotten fired was me. lol Sticky situations :(

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  9. I'm curious, was the app right? Were you wearing green panties? Cause that would make it all the more creepy if you were!

    My current boss is cool, she even follows my blog and don't care that I am a beer guzzling, pot smoking idiot!

    I've had my share of horrible bosses though. He gave all the best, easiest, and highest paying jobs to the women...only the good looking women. He was a prick to the guys, the best workers.

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    1. LOL No, I really dislike the color green. hahahahaha

      Oh, that's so awesome that you got a cool boss. My boss is awesome now too. I love her!!

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  10. That story was surreal Jax! I want to beat the hell out of that guy, and I don't really know you or him. What a creep!

    I've dealt with my share of horrible booses. My worst experience isn't nearly as awful or as serious as yours, but I worked for a guy that HATED the Patriots (passionately), and I had to go to work the Monday after "Super Bowl XLII" (you know, the 18-1 season). It was a very long day!

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    1. LOL I could imagine that was quite a long day.

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    2. Thanks, Ray! I appreciate you wanting to beat the guy up. He certainly deserved a few hits to say the least. What a creep is right!!!!!

      HATED the Patriots??? Gasp!!! For shameeee...now I want to beat up someone ;) lol

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  11. I wouldn't know what a frightening boss is like
    but I've once come across a teacher like that.
    Anyhow, it must've scared the living hell out of you.
    He's a pervert.I would've taken him to court. LOL

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    1. Really? A teacher? oh, that's even worse!!!!

      It really did. He was a perverted, nasty, old man that should have been brought to court. :)

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  12. Ummm is behavior is ILLEGAL?! I'm glad you got out of there fast! I'm still working for a semi-horrible boss, so I'm going to refrain from sharing :)

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    1. LOL Well, once you leave we would all love to hear your stories :)

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  13. oh ohh ooo.
    Dont remind me of the evil dumb horrible bosses I had to endure in my previous job. Douche bags.
    One of those said "dont think that because you are smart, and client loves you and supports you, you could get good rating or promotion, as long as you are in this company, I will make sure your work life and personal life is pathetic, I dont care, you can complain about me to even chief mentor, but this is my mission. You dont respect me, and you have problem with authority and you dont know hierarchy and I will teach you a lesson. You can have 100 mails appreciating how excellent you are and how diligent you are, but nothing will save you"
    Guess what, even after complaining about this guy, I got nowhere, I had to quit and lucky me, client fought for me pretty bad and I am working for them now.
    Client wanted me to work from home after delivery of my twins because they had space issues and were moving to different building and the same boss asked me to work from client's place rest room, because he felt that my client overstepped and didnt ask his permission to ask me to work from home.

    I could put a book about it. Too many to share. Too many.

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    1. Omg, you really could write a book on it!!!! I think a lot of it has to do with our gender. We're usually though of as pushovers. Hmph...until they have to deal with our mouths after getting sh*t on ;)

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  14. I am currently working for the most micromanaging b**** in the world. The other day she called me in for not catching a discrepancy on the budget. I said, "Yeah, it makes sense to talk to me about that since this is the first year I've reviewed it. I mean, the budget analyst who's been here five years and the manager who approved it that's been here six, totally doesn't make sense to ask them why they made the mistake or anything." I've stopped being nice about her ridiculousness. It's definitely time to move on.

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    1. Oh, I've heard about her ;) LOL Good, there's no reason why you should be getting the full blame for this. Clearly she's singling you out for no reason at all. Good luck with the job hunt!! xo

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  15. oh gosh, gross. Sometimes I wonder what men like that are honestly thinking. I mean I know what it is but how does a Boss no less not realize how disgusting and innapropriate that is!!!

    Unfortuantely, I dont' know a horrible boss story (fortunately?) to share. some bumps with some here and there but nothing that I couldn't handle or that was outside the realm of general work issues. I lose the game!

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    1. Yes, gross!! Men like that are thinking on thing and don't care how stinking creepy they come off. I didn't even tell you guys about his wife!! His wife was in on it too, except she was feeling our receptionist. bleh, gag, barf!!!

      Good for you! I'm glad that you don't have a story to share. This is one game that losing is winning :) lol

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  16. I hate horrible bosses and I had someones!
    The worst was my first Boss I was 19 years LOL and he shputed me all the time and asked coffe he said I wanna 3 copies of this I go when I comeback he said I told you 6 copies!!!! was terrible, when I said by I dont want work here he doesnt bleieve, oh Jax is not my favorite theme only for you because love you so much I remember:(

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    1. Omg...really??? Did you ever tell him to listen to what he says? Maybe you should have started to record him ;) lol

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  17. before adopted my twins I was secretary for many years and yes I had some good bosses too:)

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    1. Yes, I've had some great bosses including my current one. They make working so much better. I also think that an individuals output and quality of work greatly improves with decent management :)

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  18. Ewww! So gross! I had one boss show her teeth at me like a rabid dog when I proved her wrong in front of a lot of people. Not intentionally...it just happened but boy was she mad!!

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    1. OMFG!!!!!!!! Are you serious?!?!?!?!?!?! Ohh, that's wayy too funny!!!

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  19. That is so awful that you were subjected to that kind of behavior. I had a boss (senior partner in a law firm) who decided he was not going to pay us young lawyers until the clients paid. I put up with it for about a month and then quit. He was shocked that a lowly associate would actually quit. He had his secretary call me to get the keys back to the office. I told her "to tell that son of a b*tch I would return the keys when he paid me the money he owed me". She hand delivered me my back pay the next day.

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    1. What?? Um, you don't work for free!! Good for you! When money's involved people's patience is severely cut short. lol

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  20. i've worked with plenty of incompetent bosses in my day... and i've walked in on them playing solitaire on their computer during a workday, lol! that could happen... but seeing your boss freak out under pressure is not a good thing... lol!

    your post is so funny. :) thanks for a good laugh...

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    1. Incompetence and bosses should never go hand in hand. It makes me wonder how these people got higher up positions anyways. Sigh...

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  21. I had a boss move all my shifts to night shifts because (he told this to a male coworker, who then told me), "female employees aren't strong or fast enough to work in the mornings."

    I'd decided to transfer to a different store closer to where I lived and he then tried to call the manager of that store to keep me longer because another employee quit.

    Needless to say I called the district manager, she sided with me and I was done. Ugh, he was awful.

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    1. Really? Ummm, sexist much? If anything, women tend be quicker and harder workers. Many men are lazy!! Hmph, what a jerk! I totally don't blame you.

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  22. Ewwww he sounds horrible! I once had a boss who was really abusive. He would get cross and swear at me a lot. The final straw for me was when he wrote me a note and stuck it on my desk saying something like "What the fuck do you think this is?" ... wanker!

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    1. He was horrible!!!! You have no idea!! I'm cringing remembering him. Bleh.

      Swear at you a lot? Um, totally not ok. No matter how wrong you are, a manager should keep their composure and handle a situation like a manager. lol

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  23. i love playing the game of Jax! as for bosses, i've always been my own boss, i'm a writer, see, i avoid a lot of corporate ladders and people in general in order to be comfortable with just myself, my crazy ideas for novels, and my man cave.

    King Washer, that name does not inspire confidence, if it was King Washer/Dryer, you would have known immediately that this guy was in the used-car-salesman vein...although i have to say that King Washer would be a cool name for a video-game boss.

    i feel ya, there is nothing more scary than being cornered with milk, lactose-intolerant or not...

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    1. Thanks, Phoenix!! So glad that you like playing Jax games ;) hahahaha

      LMAO Being cornered with milk may be the 5th scariest thing to ever happen to me. Ohh, how I hate anything dairy. Well, except ice cream. Who can hate ice cream?

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  24. Ok, I gotta agree with everyone on what a sexually harassing douche bag that guy sounds like, but I think you got that. My boss story.

    When I was a young girl of 19 I hired into an insurance agency. I heard all of these stories about how evil the owner was, and he did yell an awful lot, but not at me, so whatever. He would come in on Saturdays when no one else was working. He decided to clip his nasty yellow finger nails at my desk and mix the clippings in with my paper clips.

    There was another time when one of the salesmen took a couple of us out for a liquid lunch (I was nursing a serious hangover and the office manager was out so they decided I needed this...and I was 21 by this point). Anyhow, it was the middle of July and Africa hot outside. When we got back and were all tipsy, he walked in wearing khaki shorts (his legs hadn't seen the sun in 40 years), Birkenstocks (it WAS the 90s!!), and a blue long sleeved dress shirt, which was unbuttoned to his navel (that scraggly chest hair still haunts me...) and it had a big hole in one sleeve. Did I mention that he looked like a cross between Adolph Hitler and Al Bundy? We took at least forty five minutes composing ourselves after.

    OK, maybe that second part wasn't so bad because of the entertainment value, but the fingernails were pretty sickening!

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    1. OMFG...nail clipping in with your stuff!!???!!! Girl, I just GAGGED!!! That is by far the sickest thing I've heard yet. You may have won for the worst horrible boss story on my page. Eep!! lol

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  25. That reminds me of 50 shades! The first or second book has a creepy boss.

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    1. I only read the first one. Never got around to the other 2. Besides, I heard that the smut turned sappy. lol

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  26. Ewwww indeed! :( Hopefully he got the boot.

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    1. No, he did not. It was a family business, so he was protected at all angles. What a fail!!

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  27. Wow, I would have certainly tried to get his ass fired for sexual harassment!

    I haven't had too many mean bosses, but one of my supervisors was a real ass. He once called me the "R" word and asked if I knew how to count.

    I promise, I know how to count. I can even count to ten in Spanish.

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    1. Getting him fired wasn't really an option for me. His family owned the company. Everyone that had any significance in that company was blood related. The only one that would have got the boot, was me! :( lol

      LMAO Ohh, me too!! Called you the "R" word? A little out of line there...What did you do so awful that he questioned your intelligence? lol

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  28. You should have sued him, but I can understand why you didn't.

    I've never had a job-job, since I've always worked as a babysitter or helping to clean somebody's house and stuff like that. [Still just as much work, but not a company type deal or anything.]

    I've been pretty lucky with bosses, except for this one woman. She offered me a full time job [8 am - late afternoon] watching her three little girls. We talked about it a few times and she never called back. Turns out she got her mom to watch them for free, instead of me doing it when I needed the money to buy a car.

    (Turns out the girls only ever listened to me, so that really bit them in the ass and I get to sit back and listen to the stories and laugh like, "Ha, you shouldn't have ditched me like that.")

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    1. Oh, that's too funny! See, karma is real! What you put out into the world is most definetly what you get out of it. So did you get a car??? lol

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    2. haha Exactly! I never did get my own car though. I'm still working on that.

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  29. My last boss caught me drink a Peroni out back.. I got fired.. I was also the deliveryboy

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    1. What?! Over a peroni? Isn't that sparkling water or am I just out of the loop? lol

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  30. I've never really had a boss, because I've never had a real, steady job.... >< bleh

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    1. Oh, well, then you won't have any horror stories. lol

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  31. Wow. I think Washer King isn't even qualified to be working at Burger King. Well, mostly my bad bosses just try to take advantage of me and make me do the work of 5 people. Then instead of being grateful for my effort, they treat me like crap. That is mostly my experience throughout my career as a proletariat slave.

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    1. LMAO No, he's not. Especially with all the people running around there. At least in washer land he was just limited to the hand full of girls that worked there. Bleh!!

      Oh, that stinks!! I hate when managers expect people to do too much. We all get taken advantage of that way at some time or another. Hopefully all the hardwork will pay off in the end :)

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  32. He used to try to tickle you? For real? That is so creepy. And the app thing is ridiculous. You should have smashed his IPhone on your way out the door!

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    1. Yes, TICKLE me. Ummm GAG GAG GAG. He was disgusting. Yes, the app thing was the final straw. Couldn't take his creepy ass anymore. lol

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  33. This is a collection from multiple bosses

    *I once had one that used to talk in a real funny voice at random times. I asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up.

    *Had a fat manager that would wheeze when he fast-walked, and he basically recycled the whole night crew constantly because "they don't work that fast". Never seen so many guys quit.

    *had a store manager that talked to me about golf for 30 mins right in front of all the registers. Felt a little awkward, since it was really busy.

    *Had a guy who was very similar to that boss in your story. He wasn't directly over me, but I heard many stories that made me figured how he left the company

    *I got really sick (turned out it was bronchitis) and my boss heavily hinted that I needed to suck it up and never call out. EVER.

    *Had one that would constantly push me in a sports-like way when he got carried away in a conversation. Usually about sports.

    *Knew one that would leave knives everywhere. I still shocked to this day neither the store manager or the district manager has ever found one lying in a random place where anyone could find it.

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    1. Oh, my Adam!! I had no idea how many horror stories you've had to suffer through. That sounds awful. That knife thing is crazy, but the guy that used to hit you is too funny because it was totally unintentional. LOL

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  34. That's brutal, did he really lick his lips?? Definitely have to be careful, a lot of perverts out there.

    Most of my bosses have actually been really great, there have been a few I didn't see eye to eye with but that's nothing I can hold against them. There was one though, I worked at a gym and the owner was this really fake guy, pretending to be super nice and caring. But behind closed doors everyone who worked there saw how he really acted.

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    1. Yes, he really licked his lips. He actually would lick his lips quite often. Creep! lol

      Glad to hear that you had great bosses. That makes work that much easier :)

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  35. Maybe my history is to short lol
    look Adsm! I have more buy poor you reading all lol:)

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    1. LOL I enjoy reading everyone's comments. They make me smile! Unfortunately, I couldn't get back to everyone last night. I had my cousins high school graduation and didn't get home until very late.

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  36. Pretty sure you could have filed a sexual harassment suit against him and made enough money so that you wouldn't have to work for a looooong time.

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    1. Yes, I'm pretty sure that I could have too. He would have deserved it!! What a jerrrkkkk!!

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  37. You don't have space for ALL of mine so I'll pick two. I hurt my back at work and the dr gave me Loratab. My boss offered me 500 dollars for the bottle! What? I said no and she was pissed!
    Another winner I had was a guy that kept saying things like Spank you very much and your well hung. The last straw was when I bent over to grab some stuff and he grabbed me by the hips and said
    Don't move I'm almost there. Couldn't figure out why I had him up on sexual harassment charges.

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    1. Yikes!! Two is certainly enough. Omg, to the last one. He really did that?? That's BEYOND disgusting. It totally merited a wack in the head with your heavy duty stapler.

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  38. SO gross that your boss used to rub your neck. EW x 1,000,000.

    My worst bosses story is my boss who sent me out for lunch at 9 months pregnant, in the snow, with extremely swollen feet :)

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  39. oh my god, is this true? that's really awful.
    i put up with 7 months for a horrible boss - she was a lesbian and was seeing the director of sales of her company. I didn't know and kind of chatted her up my first day at work (and received ZERO interest, of course). Cue 7 awful months of postponed performance approvals, withheld bonuses and delayed promotions. I'm glad though - I swore never to work 9-5 again, and started actively looking for a publisher. 2 months later, I have a publishing deal and some cool projects on the line. Cant complain.

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  40. Whelp. That's blatantly sexual harassment. I've actually never had a bad boss before!

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  41. Ewwww! i´m so sorry you had do deal with such a disrespectful man! :(
    but i´m twice as glad that you could change your job and move on!
    on my current job i had a very difficult boss... now some things changed inside the company and she´s in another dept and i got a new boss. she isn´t a bad person, but she completely ignored me to the point of extreme frustration... i needed to get issues solved, that needed her intervention and it would always take forever to get something done. tons of emails, to the point of almost begging her to address matters. but well! now it´s in the past :)
    and i also worked for my mom for a little over a year... and i liked the job, but she kinda took advantage that her daughter was there... and made me her waitress! bring me this, cook me that.. make me a coffee.. call this person. aaargh, sometimes i just wanted to disappear. lol.

    XO Jannine

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