There’s a vending machine troll on the loose in Chicago!
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There’s the typical New York City note…
And then there’s the Willamette Valley way…
related: Completely valid rebuttals
Spotted by Kathy at her office lunchroom in Seattle:
The real sad reality?
related: You sure nag like my mother…
In Joe’s Tuscaloosa neighborhood, a lot of folks go all-out with their Christmas decorations. While driving around the other night admiring the various Griswold-style scenes, Joe was especially amused to stumble upon this outlier.
Perhaps they took inspiration from the house below on the right?
When four people share one bathroom, true equity in toilet-paper purchasing is nearly impossible to come by without conflict.
Just take a look at the opening salvo issued at Laura’s apartment in Georgia:
…and the first response:
Your move, “Scott.”
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Instead of letting the Facilities Dept. know that the toaster was broken, the folks in Catherine’s office opted to collaboratively solve the problem Apollo-13 style, using only the paper products found in the office supply cabinet.
The major difference? This time, failure was an option.
Would you care to furnish the last line of this haiku?
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extra credit: Lunch Bugs Anti-Theft Sandwich Bags
Apparently the “this will damage elevator” meme is the most exciting thing to happen around this Cincinnati cubicle farm in a long time.
(According to our submitter, the photos below represent only a fraction of the variations that have popped up all over the office.)
related: Death by a Thousand Puns
If it wasn’t obvious, Lorah in NYC says the response note here was most definitely a total lie. (The residents of 4B are musical theater actors, and sing-and-dance-a-thons are not uncommon events in their apartment.)
According to our submitter, this car hasn’t been spotted in the path since.
related: BAD PARK YOU!