'Let's agree to disagree', says woman who will bring it up again in five minutes

A WOMAN who has asked everyone to agree to disagree will raise the contentious issue again in a few minutes.

Tensions were first raised when Francesca Johnson interrupted a work presentation to point out a minor formatting error. Despite reassurances from her colleagues that this was nothing to worry about, Johnson refused to drop the matter.

Manager Mary Fisher said: “I don’t know why we’ve been talking about it for this long. It’s not ideal for there to be two different fonts on one slide, but Francesca won’t let it go until we admit it’s unprofessional, apologise and launch some kind of enquiry.

“She also seems to think it’s our fault we’re still talking about it. Seven times in the last hour she’s said, ‘this is silly, let’s all drop it now’. But a few minutes later I’ll hear her launch back into ‘I just think it’s funny how some of us can’t follow the guidelines’.

“The last video call ended with her saying that we should move past this, but I can already see her furiously typing away on the group chat. We’ll never hear the end of it.”

Johnson said: “There’s nothing more to say. We’re not going to get anywhere talking about this all day. The matter’s closed and everyone should move on.”

Two minutes later, she added: “It says a lot about a person if they can’t admit to messing up though, wouldn’t you agree?”

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