A means of escape or release from confinement; an outlet: give vent to one's anger.
venting, vented, vents
To express (one's thoughts or feelings, for example), especially forcefully.
To vent one's feelings or opinions.
11:23 AM, 8 February 2006, in a mall
This is one of the bad days at work. I tried several times to vent today-- cried in the comfort room, punched the cement wall twice (that hurt!), texted rants to someone, talked about it to those willing to listen. What I just did is the best I can think of to help me release some tension. I splurged in the mall. My money can only cover cheap things, but it's splurging nonetheless. I'm a few pesos poorer now since I bought some things, which are not really necessities. Before I go home, I thought I'd write this first.
I have worked in this
I don't want to take fucking calls anymore! I'm burning out. This usually happens when I'm nearing a year in a company. A couple of days ago, our batch officially turned 11 months. That means we can now resign without paying a training bond.
Lately, I've thought about my