Well, damn, it didn't last very long.
Thursday, I got called in on my day off because they had only the manager and assistant manager of the detail crew (which is actually normal; there's normally never more than two people on the clock) because there was a sales event going on, while at the same time the dumbass GM of the dealership decided to also order a ton of new inventory. It was so busy that the detail manager couldn't take the time to get anything to drink, and ended up with heatstroke that evening. The next day, I had to work from 8am to 8pm, and the day after was busy as hell. I ended up getting really pissed at one of the sales dickheads, and left twenty minutes early, texting my boss (who was still not back at work yet) that I was quitting.
He managed to convince me to give two more weeks, and I was back in there yesterday... only for the place to close at a little after 3 that afternoon, because an employee may have been exposed to the virus. I went in today, and before I even clocked in, the manager quit, because a ton of trade ins came back to us, and the higher ups in the detailing company refused to send anyone to help us get it all handled.
So, since the assistant manager was due to be off tonight, there wouldn't have been anyone to sign off on my cars in the system, so I went home. The assistant manager ended up coming in, but I didn't want to waste fuel going back up there, and he's probably gonna quit, too.
The good news is, there's a company near there that is hiring sprinkler fitters and apprentices, so I might have a shot at a job.
There is no such thing as a science experiment gone wrong.