#428 – Flair

It’s funny. At my last day job I worked at a small company of 30 employees. During the time that I worked there they went from having no dress code to the strictest “business casual” dress code of any place that I have worked. Now I work in a large corporate environment. I think there are around 600 employees at my location. The first week I was here they downgraded the dress code and I have have been able to wear jeans to work every day since.

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  1. Micah says:

    Aww! Biff can do better than that.

  2. Elli says:

    D: Why does his nametag say “Jerk”?

  3. Helen says:

    Because when a Sucky Customer tries to get him fired by calling the owner (that they happen to be best friends with but couldn’t pick out of a lineup) because their McWhopper Delux without pickle, extra mayonnaise value meal wasn’t ready five minutes before they ordered, all they will be able to say is that a big Jerk served them.

  4. PsychoDuck says:

    Hey, Jerk behind the counter! I’ll take a Baconator combo with fries and Sprite.

    *Receives order*

    Thanks, Jerk! Have a nice day.

    Doesn’t sound quite as nice with a name like that…

    The Duck Has Spoken.

  5. MoosePhysh says:

    Is Biff a soda jerk? I thought those were pretty rare jobs to come by these days. Maybe soda jerks jerk hamburgers now instead of soda handles.
    Also, my company says we have a dress code, but we don’t really seem to follow it. Our casual Fridays have evolved into casual everydays. Yay jeans everyday!

  6. Super Llama says:

    Ooh, Jerk! I’ve eaten there before! It’s pretty good, though the food can be a little on the greasy side.

  7. Tony says:

    Nice comic going on. I’ve been quite a silent follower.Though everything has been great and I’ve not much to complain, some of the feeds have been skipping new comics.Soaks was not in my rss feed.Hope you can fix it and keep Biff alive without a hitch.All the best to you Chris!

  8. I still cant imagine how Biff manages to pay for all of his shinanigans with Fast Food pay.. and plus all of the worker’s comp for when his limbs fall off. Interesting

  9. Micah says:

    That reminds me, Blargen-Vargen…we haven’t seen a weird contraption in a while…

  10. dragonbrad says:

    elli, jerk was someone who worked behind the counter at a diner, that would make your food for you

  11. Gobbledegook says:

    hehe… good one.

    My old job was extremely casual until one of the managers messed it up. She was an absolutely gorgeous redhead until she got dumped by her boyfriend (they’d been dating only three weeks). Afterwards, she put on about 50 pounds in the next two months.
    Unfortunately, she didn’t buy new clothes, so she would show up in spaghetti strap tops and shorts, in which she’d be “oozing” out the sides and stuff. Management instated a dress code strictly to stop her from doing it anymore.

  12. I like my job. Or rather, the job that I had and that is waiting for me when I return to Canada. No dress code to speak of, though showing up in something revealing would be a bad idea from a safety standpoint. Yay for playing with fire, sharp objects, and heavy chunks of steel.

  13. MaskedMan says:

    Oooh, Office Space reference!

    Love it…

    If I were back in fast food service, they’d *have* to title me as “Jerk.” I’d vent my spleen on anyone with a dumb question, which means pretty much everyone.

  14. Seraphine says:

    We all wear uniforms. Whether its suits,
    skirts, leathers, jeans or what-not, it’s
    a uniform. We’re all jerks… or strange.

  15. Batdan says:

    Nice to see Steve Martin’s old costume is getting some use. Haha.

  16. kenshin620 says:

    jerk? Nah, it should say: “Will do anything for tips” And he probably has, I’d tip him for every little stunt (which would be alot by now…)

  17. Hanii Puppy says:

    i HATE uniformity of any kind. When i get a job interview for anything, one of the first questions I’ll ask is “do you have a dress code?” if they say yes, i walk out and slam the door 😀

    My school tries to get us to wear school uniform. Which consists of black shoes, black trousers, white button shirt, and black jumper.

    I wear black trainers, light faded jeans, a studded leather belt, either a camo shirt or an arctic camo shirt under a punk-green shirt with 2 glowy rings on it, and a one of 3 jumpers. a black zippy, a black zippy hoody, and a dark camouflage zippy hoody. i sometimes wear studded/skulled leather bracelets, a spiked leather collar with chains, and a pair of spiked fingerless leather gloves 🙂

  18. Alex says:

    Biff must hate his boss.

  19. Chivalrybean says:

    I have to wear a mask at work.

  20. Chivalrybean says:

    lol, some ad for ‘diva village’ that was Feel Beautiful popped on the Biff footer ad.

  21. Aytug says:

    Or maybe he just isn’t happy because the headset restricts his eyebrows and mouth. Just look at his mouth, one half is gone because of the microphone. (I’m not even getting started at having to wear earphones without ears.)

  22. Bullet Fiend says:

    NICE!!!

    And I love the OfficeSpace reference, Flair

    >D

  23. Bullet Fiend says:

    @ Hanii Puppy

    I know what you mean. You sound like someone I’d be friends with.

  24. Elli says:

    It’s a little late, but, thanks for clarifying that, Dragonbrad.

  25. Shorty says:

    That kinda happened to a friend of mine. His last name is Powers, so they gave him a name tag that said “Austin”.

  26. Amake says:

    Is Biff’s full name Biff Jerk? Or Jerk Biff?

  27. Allie says:

    Biff wasn’t happy with the song now stuck in his head:

    “…Would you like an apple pie with that?
    Would you like an apple pie with that?
    Ding! Fries are done!
    Ding! Fries are done!
    Ding! Fries are done!
    Ding! Fries are done!…”

    For those who don’t know it:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMSaJ1KkqQI

  28. Kyle says:

    Bad joke everyone ok?
    Well if it said Jerky he would be biff jerky, Beef Jerky

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