My routine is pretty predictable. I go to the same starbucks and chick-fil-a at the same time every week before and after school. If only I didn't have to worry about calories or money, I'd be having lots more chocolate frappucinos! It says ISTJ loves routine work. I hate doing repetitive math drills. I mean, seriously, you're just doing the same problem differently over and over again until you luckily don't make a careless mistake. I work with a girl that's a neat freak. She annoys me so much with how vocal she is about it. I said the other day in front of a customer without realizing, "I like making a mess, they're so pretty," and she said, "he knows it annoys me, he's just saying that."
Every time I gift wrap, the customers say it looks so pretty, but if I screw up and slightly tilt a sticker, I tell them it's ugly. I mean, it's a gift, a finished product that someone is going to see, it should be perfect! Other than that....wow. I can't really think of anything. They all look at me different at work, because I bring candles to my counter for people to smell or play music from my iPod. I asked them if I could get a pumpkin and put it on my counter. I would've loved that. Haha. It says ISTJ follows rules, but I made it a game to get customers to buy me chocolate bars. My supervisor found out, and I bs'd my way out of it.
My job is annoying. We have to get credit card applications, and I only get mine by just offering the discount, but we're supposed to like, offer it in a friendly manner, tell them how they'll benefit, and offer gifts. I just can't do that. I'd feel so stupid. "Hi, I'll give you an umbrella if you apply for a card." WTF. Apparently other people can keep up with their demands, but I can't. They keep offering higher rewards for opening the cards, but it does NOTHING to motivate me. They could offer $1000, and I'll still interact with customers the same way.
Excessive online time? I mean, I was in a depression for 6 1/2 years, where I spent all my time online playing games or browsing the net.