Anyway, that was not the end of it. No no no. I cleaned the bathtub and then went to turn in my cleaning supplies. They left me standing at parade rest (god forbid they have a chair right?) for about 20 minutes or more. I was asked after the first five minutes what I needed by one sgt, who simply said, "Wait there he'll be back in a minute." After the prescribed twenty minutes he sent me to the other building where the man I needed was. I was then told, "Go stand by your room and wait for me." For those of you not familiar with the term "stand by your room" he means stand at parade rest outside the door until he feels like coming to look at it. So they finally show up and check the tub, and of course, it's just fine. (remember I just needed the cleaning supplies) So, after that he turns to me and points to the sponge I'm holding and says, "Clean the floor with that, there's some mud on it. After that come get me." WHAT! You just tracked that mud in there you freak! Anyway, I did it, quite humiliating as it was. I turned in my key and left.
Why is it so much worse? I was the only one out of 8 people that actually came and got them and said, "Hey, is my room clean enough to vacate?" Everyone else that was leaving just left their key on the desk and left. Where do they get off treating me that way? I guess being an E-5 doesn't carry as much respect as I thought.