With such colleagues you never get bored.
When you work with people who are able to pay a portion of the positive in everyday work, Monday morning doesn’t seem so bleak.
We have collected funny examples of how to deal with boredom at work.
“Found on your desktop after a 2-week vacation”
“A colleague kept telling me not to use stickers for unnecessary things. That’s what I did in his office”
On the office refrigerator turned the whole detective drama
Someone in my office just had a great idea
When your colleague loves Christmas
“Hung this sign on the new office coffee maker. The best 3 hours of my life”
An original alternative to the shelves in the office toilet
Left the room for 10 minutes…
Asked the boss to buy the office hours
“At work refused to remove the Antiques, and I did the only logical thing”
“Buddy and his colleagues staged a “war of stickers” with the neighbouring office. Yesterday, the neighbors won”
A sign in the office of the chief
Forewarned is forearmed
When you’re the only man in the team
With pros not to be trifled with
Really terrible service
“After a long correspondence the men’s team we decided that once in the ladies’ room is Orchid, we want a pool with sharks. That’s what we gave the office Manager”
Unexpected problems tall people
“Left a toy car in the conference room, and Parking fines do not have to wait long”
The Elusive Ed
Hold On, Ramon! Colleagues will save you
Working printer found a most worthy cause
Friendly atmosphere in the team any more money
Who says pros can’t be creative?
“Colleagues constantly draw on pictures of my daughter’s washable markers”
How to avoid complaints in the Department
And I have no shame nor conscience
How else to endure the reporting period?
Here it is, waste-free production
“Last week I made a joke on the age of a colleague, who is older than me by 12 years. Today he brought me this”
When you get paid in cash, and the boss thinks he’s a comedian
“A game of trust. Only a few hours later the first brave colleague had the courage to try. Spoiler: the donuts were absolutely normal”
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