Entries Tagged as 'office'
Our submitter says this note was posted in a Princeton University restroom by his coworker, who had become “completely obsessed with finding out who didn’t flush the urinal after using it.” After posting the note, he began to discreetly check the urinal every time he saw someone leave the restroom.
“Eventually he identified the culprit, and that individual was appropriately shunned,” says our submitter. “At least he kept his oath to God!”
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Tags: college life · New Jersey · office · reverse psychology · toilet
Although John in Oklahoma City is used to the office bathroom being papered with commentary from his coworkers, he found the imagery of this note to be…especially vivid.
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Tags: office · Oklahoma · shit · toilet
“Kitchen warfare has become somewhat of a spectator sport around here,” says our submitter, of his office in Vancouver. Perhaps a Vegan Support Group is in order?
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Tags: milk · office
One of Allison’s coworkers recently became convinced that one of the evening janitors had it in for her shoes — different shoes. On multiple occasions. “Needless to say,” Allison says, “she didn’t last much longer.”
Meanwhile, Kris in Alabama spotted this note on a locker at his place of business:
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Tags: Edmonton · I know who you are · office · spelling and grammar police · you're like so going to hell · your/you're
Look out Keebler Elves, cookies have a new mascot… in Poland anyway, where Karolina spotted this note warning her and her fellow coworkers not to indulge in any mid-shift snacking.
Arguably a bit severe, but hey, as Kristie from San Antonio let us know, when you say it with a cookie, you speak from the heart.
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Tags: food · office
Joanna in Boston says this started with “have a blessed day,” and has continued to escalate from there.
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Tags: Boston · fish · office · public shaming · rebuttals
Pam works at an accounting firm in St. Louis, where, around tax time, it’s not unusual for people to pack all three meals. How did you think Joan’s vigilante food-safety policing went over?
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Tags: food · non-apology apology · office · St. Louis
Really? This is the nicest possible phrasing you could come up with?
I mean, this guy even said please.
(Thanks to Ben in Dallas and Allie in Orlando for submitting.)
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Tags: beverages · Coke · exclamation-point happy!!!! · office fridge
Writes our submitter in Santa Rosa, CA: “Our office is full of people who like to take the last of the coffee and not take the time to brew a new pot. And not just on April Fool’s Day.”
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Tags: coffee · office
Writes Patrick in Wisconsin: “A member of our office staff prefers a lighter blend, while the rest of us tech guys prefer a cup of coffee that will actually wake us up.”
After the original laminated note spurred this tempest in a coffee pot, Patrick says that Ms. “Three Scoops” upped the ante by bringing in a second coffeemaker for her own personal use. The notes, however, remain.
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Tags: a matter of taste · coffee · office · saga · Starbucks