The Office Hangover: Prevention and Cures
[caption id="attachment_5656" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Patriot? Yes. Capable of properly raising a child? Questionable, Ke$ha."][/caption] A herd of fellow sheep and I recently embarked on an intrepid excursion to Dewey Beach, Del. for the Memorial Day weekend festivities. For a full account of the mayhem that occurred, you will have to read my personal blog, “Diary of an Average Douchebag.” (or read this) In it you will find full detail on how the women at Dewey are behaving like men. They are laying it down there for any passing dude to pick up, like they were raised by Ke$ha. After just ...
5 Ways to Reject a Coworker’s Advances
It doesn’t matter if you’re hot or haggard. If you have a job a coworker is going to hit on you. It is one of the fundamental rules of nature. Most of the time, you’re not going to be interested. In fact, you might be oblivious to many of the come-ons. However, once friendly advances (frequent cubicle visits, lunch invites) become more physical (creepy surprise neck massages, awkward side hugs), it’s time to figure out an efficient and painless getaway plan. Here are 5 ways to reject a coworker's advances: 1. Let him or her know you are seeing someone. Pros: This can ...
SNL Cubicle Fight
[caption id="attachment_351" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Oh no, not the hole puncher!"][/caption] SNL has done it again with there latest "Cubicle Fight" clip. While I've never been in a full fledged office brawl, I am going to go ahead and imagine that it would be something like this. If you've never seriously considered throwing down with a co-worker, you haven't spent enough time in your cubicle. Keep your eyes open for the hole-punch clippings attack - its rather dirty. That's what she said.
5 Minutes to Kill Yourself
An amusing new flash game really "takes a stab" at the cubicle world. Just read this description: "Stan is in hell. He lives the day-in, day-out workaday life of a cube jockey. A last-minute meeting request pushes him over the edge. As Stan, you wander the office space finding ingenious ways to hurt him until Stan’s health is completely drained. He has but five minutes—if he can’t do it by then, he’s doomed to sit through yet another boring meeting. You’re Stan’s only hope."