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Getting "bug" tickets from customers complaining about EXACTLY WHAT I DESCRIBED WOULD HAPPEN. THATS NOT A F&)$*(%$(*# BUG, THATS LITERALLY WORD FOR WORD WHAT I WROTE IN THE TICKET LAST WEEK YOU F&#*(@#$() NEANDERTHAL PIECE OF SH$%*(#(*)!!! WE AGREED ON THIS EXACT BUSINESS PROCESS WEEKS AGO. DO YOU EVEN READ THE WORDS THAT I WRITE AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

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  • 5
    The worst is knowing I waste all this rage and they'll just reply, 'oh ok thx fam'
  • 2
    Hint: they didn't. If it's long enough to be split to paragraphs, the average person won't read it even if they are about to pay two years salary for what's described in your document.
  • 1
    I can automate it for your client. Whenever you create a ticket, a new bug ticket is created out of it.
  • 1
    Different case but can relate, well blame themselves for not joining scrum
  • 0
    You did what the client requested instead of what they thought?!?! What's wrong with you?!?!?!
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