by MickeyMaker March 29, 2020
A particularly work schedule defined by a high degree of remote/telecommuting, flex time, and having considerably fewer working hours than the universally accepted 40-hour work week. The name comes from workers generally wearing (bath) robes during their working hours, since they're often conducting business from home.
Popularized mostly by developers, writers, and other professionals who are able to work remotely and do not require to be physically present in order to do their jobs, and who also generally produce no more than 4-5 hours of creative work per day.
Famous examples of people on the Robe Schedule include: Stephen King, Hugh Hefner, Tim Ferris, and several others.
by Snedward March 15, 2019
When one doctor puts or adds him or herself as a patient to another doctors already booked schedule last minute .
It can also be used when one doctor adds a random patient to another doctors already booked schedule with short or no notice .
It can be applied to other professions as well whereby a colleague calls in a favor and adds oneself or a another person they know to a fully booked work day schedule . Example : attorney or talent agent .
Good morning Dr. Jones , This is Dr. Jim Smith and I'm sorry to be schedule bombing you like this but I think I just broke my nose playing basketball at the gym and I really need you to take a look at it today and tell me what you think.
by Dr Doolittle December 7, 2016
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by berrylea December 3, 2021
Thursday: Think about going to Opera, end up at Gelman Library bull shitting with everyone
Friday: Malmaison for pre-drinks, then Cities around 12:30
Saturday: Somehow ends at Mint somehow, then Shadows at 1am
Steak n Egg is also mandatory after leaving a night club
by Jaghi December 12, 2013
The Schedule is an oppressive form of authority that forcefully presides over your life. Most people have to be on some sort of a schedule. People in prison have it really rough in terms of the schedule, students in school are under the oppressive tyranny of the schedule, and people at work are forced to abide by the schedule. It's very rare that someone won't be required to follow a schedule. Sometimes wealthy adults get to not have to follow a schedule.
What the schedule is is a list of times and places you have to be. It is literally the radical opposite of freedom. Some people willingly attempt to plan out their lives, which invariably results in having a schedule. People like me are aware of it and avoid schedules at any and all costs. At work I have to follow a schedule, but when I'm off, I'm free. To hell with the schedule. Imagine, blocks of time where you legally are required to be OR ELSE, even if you DON'T WANT TO. It's essentially slavery.
Bottom Line: Never plan shit out if you aren't required to. You will be sorry. If you are in school, you'll be free eventually. If you are at work, you might be getting off soon. Stand tough, burn the schedule.
Jill: So Bill where are you going to college?
Bill: North University, you?
Jill: Foxcreek. Now that we've graduated and don't have to follow the schedule, do you want to set it on fire with me?
Bill: Sure Jill! Let's burn the schedule!
by Space Wrangler August 6, 2021