I'm currently dealing with a minor job-related frustration. And by minor, I mean the sort of problem you'd like to set on fire while you enjoy a nice beverage. There are a number of reasons for this current situation: workplace politics, personality clashes, Mercury retrograde, small people with big egos in honorary positions of power who like to play fuck-fuck with people they don't like.
I've utilized the mundane solutions I have at my disposal to varying degrees of success, so I decided to seek otherworldly council.
I get my cards, light some incense, and start to shuffle. I ask my question. What follows is inspired by actual events.
Me: "What should I do about..."
Cards: "Ugh, you again? I'm sleeping."
Me: "Well, I need your advice about..."
Me: "You don't like the way I shuffle?"
Cards: "No, quit your job. Move on. Do something else. It's the easiest way to stop the problem."
Me: "But I don't really want to.."
Cards: "Then stop complaining about it if you won't walk away from it. Utilize the system to fix the problem."
Me: "Should I do something magically to...."
Me: What kind of..."
Cards: *sprays out a number of cards that basically say to choose a course of action and roll with it*
Me: "Anything else I should know?"
Cards: "Now isn't a good time to get pregnant."
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