December 1, 2020

lunch

Rant of the Day: Partners and Their F*cking Stupid Sandwich Choices

Looks like we’re reaching that time of year when tensions are just high enough for the small stuff to send some accountants raging but not quite to the point that people are having nervous breakdowns. The busy season sweet spot, basically. Today’s rant comes courtesy of Fishbowl. Forgive my copious notifications, I know some people […]

Life at Deloitte Involves Avoiding Hangryness

I don't know about you all, but it's nothing short of a miracle if I eat lunch between 12 pm and 1 pm. What's worse is that once 1 pm comes and goes, time accelerates to ludicrous speed and all of a sudden it's 4 o'clock and I haven't had a single bite of sustenance […]

Excel Can Help You Choose Where to Get a Meaty Lunch

The Internet’s viral sensation of August 2014 was an off-menu Arby’s sandwich known as the “Meat Mountain." For the low, low price of $10 you can get a stack of eight meats and two cheeses. I think even PETA has been too shocked to respond. And what exactly does this have to do with Microsoft […]

It Appears Some Ernst & Young Employees Cope with Busy Season by Stress Eating

Maybe 40 Chicken McNuggets is a square meal for some. Or maybe there was a bet involved here. We can't really know the full story, but apparently these were put down the other day:  Lunch time shenanigans, courtesy of 1 of my seniors and a staff…turns out eating 40 chicken nuggets isn't too hard… twitter.com/EYstaff/status… […]

Deloitte Intern Candidate Just Smoked the Competition’s Thoughtful Thank You Emails

Kiss that Green Dot Internship good-bye, you inconsiderate beasts. Love it…I just received a handwritten thank you note from an intern candidate I took to lunch last week. Those will NEVER go out of style! — Life at Deloitte (@lifeatdeloitte) November 30, 2012 Better go brush up on your Judith Martin, rubes. [via @LifeatDeloitte]

Big Shot NYC Ernst & Young Auditor Visits St. Louis Engagement Team, Makes It Rain Sandwiches

Apparently, lunch is a luxury in some of Ernst & Young's smaller offices. One of my seniors from our NYC office is working in St. Louis this week so we got lunch yesterday — Life at EY (@EYstaff) July 13, 2012 With these kinds of working conditions, maybe unions are a good idea for Big […]