Stemming from a post in the "Big Fuck You" thread, share your experience of your worst boss. After posting in the Big FU, I started to recollect about my worst boss and how nuts she was. Here she is: Ms. M. was a religious nut so everything that came out of her mouth involved God and how I needed to incorporate that into my daily work life. Um...no. I don't come to work to talk God. I come to work to get paid. And she didn't practice what she preached. Hypocrite. She had a problem with the band name Incubus. She had overheard a conversation with a co-worker and later in the day cornered me in the hall asking if I knew what the definition was of "Incubus" and how that was wrong and a band with such a name had no reason to exist or couldn't possibly have a positive message. I started bringing my death and black metal to work after that little comment. Micro-managing was her specialty. Or at least she thought because she really tried it on me. This is just one small example. She wanted my desk situated a certain way. I came in one morning and my desk was re-arranged. WTF?! Needless to say, I changed it back. Ms. M. also tried to set me up for failure...constantly. For example: She tasked me with contracting 50 new physicians in 2 weeks. Unheard of, but could it be done. Anyways, it was by her rules. I had to cold call people. If I got a group consisting of 10 physicians, it only counted as 1 contract., not 10. Lame. After 2 weeks, I had failed an she wrote me up. I haven't been written up at a job since high school when I worked at a movie theater. This is just one example, the list goes on. She would constantly inquire about the conversations I had with other employees. She was trying to gather info from me to see if they were talking about her. Oh yeah, we talked about you. She called HR on me out of the blue one morning. To this day, I'm not sure why but I think it was because I stood up to her crap and she didn't like that. She demanded that if I call HR, that I needed to share with her what was said. Nope! None of your business! And when I told her that, she almost flipped a lid. Upon calling HR, I learned that I was not the only one. She piled so much work on me that I had to come in on the weekends to even make a slight dent. My workload was so much, with stuff that's not even my job, that even the VP caught wind and had to tell her that it was wrong to have so one person do so much and it needed to be taken off my plate. It got so bad that I eventually was moved onto another manager who rocked the house. The company didn't want to lose me because I was highly productive with fantastic results and it'd be a pain to train someone to take my position. Before my transition, she demanded that I could not move my desk until the end of the week to be closer to my new manager. Ok weirdo, whatever floats your crazy boat. Before leaving the company, I spoke to the VP and said I was leaving because of her and that I found a new job. The VP agreed with me, that she was a loose cannon, and I later found out that she was canned a week later. The best part of that, my VP's office was right across from her and she saw the whole conversation. Yeah asshole, it was about you. Before I left though, I decided to print pictures of myself in cool poses with captions of my favorite quotes that she ever so hated. All my co-workers hung them up in their cubes. It was my way of saying "Hey fucker, you still have to look at my face even though I'm no longer here.! She also didn't appreciate that I named by pet fish after her.