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Entries Tagged as 'office'

So much for functional design, huh?

August 20th, 2015 · 2 Comments

“Someone at work left a giant box of these post-it notes in our break room,” says Kat in Austin: “ (Any guesses as to why they’re not flying off the shelves?)

So much for functional design, huh?

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Tags: office

Think, people! How can we make our meetings even less productive?

August 14th, 2015 · 33 Comments

Says Lem in Queensland, Australia: “Everyone at my local council always says they’re super busy. I figure it’s because they’re ‘busy’ creating extra signs to put up around the office.”

Do you intend using this room? Have you correctly made a booking? Do you intend to correct your oversight by booking the room? Have you successfully booked the room? Will your meeting be productive?

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Tags: Australia · flow chart · office

Anonymous collaborative “problem-solving”

August 5th, 2015 · 20 Comments

Writes our submitter in Seattle: “One of the refrigerators in the workplace kitchen was smelling a bit foul. A tragedy of the commons situation turns comical…and, apparently, passive-aggressive.”

Anonymous collaborative "problem-solving"

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Tags: office fridge · Seattle

Candy CRUSHED

July 24th, 2015 · 37 Comments

Writes our anonymous submitter from Michigan: “Yesterday, one of our salespeople was observed playing Angry Birds on her phone – with her headphones on to hear the game sounds. Today, this sign showed up  in the sales office.”

Angry Birds tournament today. High score wins a permanent vacation. Good luck!

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Tags: fired · office · sarcasm

…and don’t let the door hit you on your way out!

June 25th, 2015 · 99 Comments

Writes out submitter, Erica: “I work in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, in a building comprised of a variety of offices and studios (fashion brands, art galleries, recording studios, artists, etc.) I find this note exceptionally funny, because in the three years I’ve worked in this building I’ve experienced the exact same rude, pompous behavior.”

...and don't let the door hit you on your way out!

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Tags: etiquette · New York · office

Meanwhile, in America’s Dairyland

May 19th, 2015 · 50 Comments

Writes Libby in Green Bay, Wisconsin: “In my office, about 100 people share one communal fridge. One person has been bringing a gallon of milk for months and completely ignoring how much room it takes up.  Apparently, someone had had enough of their inconsiderate nonsense.”

After all, the considerate Wisconsinite would just hitch his dairy cow up in the breakroom like everyone else.

Why don't you just bring in a cow?!?!

UPDATE: The office dairy lover responds!

Meanwhile, in America's Dairyland

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Tags: milk · office fridge

The “beep it all” approach

May 13th, 2015 · 65 Comments

Our submitter in Austin calls this “the result of a slowly escalating office disagreement.”

The "beep it all" approach

The "beep it all" approach

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Tags: noise · note wars · office · office fridge

Well, that’s legitimately creepy.

March 3rd, 2015 · 48 Comments

I don’t typically like to post notes submitted by the person who left them, but I made an exception for this note by Geoff in New Zealand.

Writes Geoff:  ”Someone actually threw out my lunch (still in its container) within an hour of putting it in the fridge at work. It was a really nice lunch., too. I thought someone had stolen it, then, for some reason I looked in the garbage can…it was covered in coffee grounds and snotty looking tissues. I was mad. Next day I brought lunch again. I wanted to be sure no one would even think of doing it again so I wrote the note, photographed it so my picture would accompany the note, and wrapped it around my lunch with elastic bands. No one has ever thrown my lunch out again.”

This is my lunch for thursday December 17. If you throw it out, I will destroy you. That is all.

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Tags: kinda creepy · New Zealand · not-so-veiled threats · office fridge · stealing

Some office fridge requests

February 12th, 2015 · 87 Comments

(via reddit)

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Tags: office fridge

Yours Truly, The Skid Marker

February 3rd, 2015 · 150 Comments

Our submitter says this note (and the accompanying response) was posted in the ladies restroom of a busy medical complex in Florida.

Yours Truly, The Skid Marker

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Tags: Florida · office · rebuttals · shit · toilet