The Devil Wears Prada

After reading the Devil Wears Prada yet again I’ve come to the conclusion all bosses universally bear  a close resemblance or atleast some resemblance to the boss from hell : Miranda Priestly. 😀  They are so hard to please, always  find a way to find something wrong with what you’ve done even though you’ve spent hours trying to make it flawless, and they always dump you with work you weren’t hired to do !! If you rack your brains you’d notice there  is  a little bit of Andreah in each of us ;we leave no stone unturned to make the boss happy, we  force ourselves to wear plastic smiles ( the corners of the mouth start hurting if you’ve ever tried it) even when what we’ve done is either being dissected , torn to shreds or being owned up by somebody else ( in most cases it’s a kin of Miranda Priestly), we have to display saintly patience even when we feel like raving and ranting  ( muttering under one’s breath is the maximum one can get away with) !!  Here’s a quote i read somewhere its very apt to most work situations : “The world is divided into people who do things–and people who get the credit.”

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2 thoughts on “The Devil Wears Prada

  1. The quote is so so apt!! And yes I totally agree with you, every boss has a bit of Andrea in him or her. I have always been saying that senior ppl in any company get paid two write these words “FYI & NA” 😀

  2. 😆 Smita agree with you totally.. by the way thanks for stopping by I’ve been following your blog for quite a while love all your reviews.. In fact your latest review’s tempted me to read Sophie Kinsella’s Twenties Girl !!

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