I'm working at a haunted house this month, so I've switched to working daytime shifts for a while. I was really, really dreading it -- the last time I regularly worked day shifts, they were always hellish. And not only hellish, not worth my time.
Well, most shifts still aren't worth my time -- $20-$40 per shift -- but at least I don't feel like I'm walking across hot coals. I'm not sure what the difference in; it surely can't be that I've mellowed out. I think it's that three people who used to work almost exclusively days have quit or been fired, and I just never really clicked with any of them personality-wise. The atmosphere now is actually pretty pleasant, and surprisingly relaxed.
If only I actually made any money, I'd probably stick with them. Maybe if I can get some closing lunch shifts once the month is out .... of course the chances of that are slim, considering Mr. Vomit-Worthy has everyone feeling sorry for him because Mrs. Vomit-Worthy is knocked up and hasn't worked in months because she "can't".