Entries Tagged as 'illness'
Shar is a receptionist — and self-described germaphobe — working at a financial corporation in Toronto. The coworker who covers for her during lunch was sick this week, Shar says, and must have noticed that “when I return, I take it upon myself to Purell the crap out of my mouse, keyboard, desk surface and even pens. (I cannot afford to get sick.)”
Adds Shar: “In my defense…I did think she was gone.”
related: My secretary, Sybil
Tags: illness · office · Oops?
Writes our disgusted submitter: “All that time on the toilet to think, and this is what you came up with?”
related: Does your roommate have note-writing diarrhea?
Tags: all-staff e-mail · D.C. · illness · office · shit · that's disgusting · TMI
Spotted by Kirk at “a very high-end consulting firm” in Washington, D.C.
related: suck on this
Tags: D.C. · heartwarming compassion · illness · office
Passed along by the unfortunate hacker in question from Littleton, Colorado…
related: Stay home!!!
Tags: Colorado · e-mail · heartwarming compassion · illness · noise · office · oh no you didn't
Explains Desi in New York: “I work in a dungeon — a “we-do-S&M-here” place — and not only is our boss passive-aggressive (really, he is, in a more strict interpretation of the term) he also doesn’t speak English all that well.” Now that’s a formula for comic gold.
Although the circuitous first sentence here is pretty great, I think the thing I love most about this sign is how terribly average it is. (No clip art of whips and chains, say.) Except for the use of the word “girls,” this wouldn’t be terribly out of place at any other office. (It’s also a nice companion piece to this.)
related: Suck on this!
Tags: crazy boss · illness · New York · sex sex sex
(from an anonymous submitter in Maryland.)
Tags: "helpful" advice · exclamation-point happy!!!! · illness · kitchen · Maryland · office · spelling and grammar police