I took up my heavy files and books, slowly packing the stationary on my large office desk. They felt cold in my hands, the coldness that overwhelmed me. 10 years of office loyalty, a decade of hard work, all washed down the drain. Holding the remaining boxes of documents in my hand, I took a last look at my room and switched off the lights and air-con in the room. Closing the door to my room, I know that my last and final hope for survival is gone. Stepping out of the exquisitely decorated lift, I lugged my heavy belongings out of the revolving doors and made my last greetings with the security officer. I made my way towards the car-park. Piling my things high into my Nissan’s car-boot, I hesitated for a moment, thinking about the joyful times I’ve had had with my fellow colleagues for the past 10 years, before remembering the boss who made it all worthless. Cursing and swearing, I entered the car and revved the engine, vowing never to return. Having mixed feelings in my mind, I drove out of the car park and into the drive-way.
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