Office Fun

I'm on my own in my office. xx(
 

TheDoctor

Europe Endless
Moderator
Location
Stevenage
Reading magazines, talking on the phone, I'm not sure what my manager is doing (I never am...) and I'm hard at work, obviously!
 

Maz

Legendary Member
we've still got xmas decorations up in the office...is it time they came down?
 

Tetedelacourse

New Member
Location
Rosyth
Someone just approached our block of desks with his finger up his nose.

The moron is currently smarming about someone not getting one of her jokes, when in fact they did and gave a sarcastic reply, which she in turn didn't get but doesn't know she didn't get it.

Another is playing a darts simulator.

I am fighting to stay awake. More coffee needed.
 
Maz said:
we've still got xmas decorations up in the office...is it time they came down?
Might as well leave them up untill the next one. xx(

BTW, was it you (Maz) who I saw (Filmed) this AM cycling out of Anstey?
 

Maz

Legendary Member
Lord of the Teapot said:
Might as well leave them up untill the next one. xx(

BTW, was it you (Maz) who I saw (Filmed) this AM cycling out of Anstey?
Anstey? That's somewhere nr Coventry, right? No. Not me.
 

Maz

Legendary Member
In my old job we had a fella who was a trekkie. He would go up to people at random and try and fire up a conversation by saying something in Klingon. The hapless victim normally said "Sorry?". Then he'd repeat it, and then say "It's the Klingon language. From Star Trek?"
"Oh...right."
Then he'd go jabbering on for about half an hour about this episode and that.
If it was a mate who was caught up, one of us would dial his tel extn and keep him on the line until said Trekkie left to look for another victim.

Those were the days...
 

ChrisKH

Veteran
Location
Essex
I've just been given a list of forty things you'd love to say out loud at work, but daren't. So I'm trying to work these into future conversations with colleagues without getting fired. I have discharged no. 9 which is

"It sounds like English, but I can't understand a damn word you're saying."

I'm not looking forward to number 14:-

"I'm already visualising the duct tape over your mouth".
 
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Chuffy

Chuffy

Veteran
ChrisKH said:
I've just been given a list of forty things you'd love to say out loud at work, but daren't. So I'm trying to work these into future conversations with colleagues without getting fired. I have discharged no. 9 which is

"It sounds like English, but I can't understand a damn word you're saying."

I'm not looking forward to number 14:-

"I'm already visualising the duct tape over your mouth".
Come on, rest of list please!
 
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