Here’s the backstory for this piece of what should be award-winning modern art: A person works on the thirteenth floor. He looked out his window and saw the top of the snow-covered parking garage. He had an idea. The idea would (or should) make him famous all over the city.
What craft. What vision. Not only does the pirate ship of Snowbeard look perfect, but he also had to do it while just creating the image under him. He couldn’t take a step back and see what he needed to fix – he had one shot and he nailed it.
Flexibility is Important in the Army
If we told you that this picture is of army men in yoga poses, how quickly would you go online to try and find out how much they go for? Looks like they're going to run you at least twenty bucks, but that's not too much for a little bit of office fun.
Even if you don't have the space or the time to work on your poses, these Joes will do their part to help you achieve inner peace anyway. From downward dog and the lotus pose to crazy complicated body twists, they're showing off their skills. Ironically, it doesn't look like you can change their poses. They're quite inflexible.
We're a Cool Department, Really
Somebody must have gotten tired of the other departments making jokes about the anthropology department. Not only did they throw up a picture of Jackie Chan and rename themselves the Department of Jackie Chanthropology, but they also introduced a little bit of physical gatekeeping.
We don't really know what forensic anthropology is, or who those good-looking people are...wait a minute, are those the main characters from “Bones?” Is forensic anthropology using bones to help solve crimes? Huh, yeah, that's what it is. Look, we've never seen the show. There's lots of stuff out there to watch.
How to Wean Yourself Off Coffee
We doubt that this picture lasted long attached to the office's Keurig, but it would still get a chuckle out of us. Whether this is a comment on a common effect caffeinated coffee has on people, or it's a comment on the color of everyone's favorite office drink, it's definitely the kind of thing that people take notice of.
If the office has more than about a score of people, we bet some humorless old biddy probably tore it down and put up a sign written in Comic Sans about how it was gross. Well, too bad. We thought it was funny.
From the Annals of “Sensible Chuckle” Magazine
Oh ho. It looks like we have some classic comedians in the office today. Just make sure nobody who might be snooping around catches sight of those labels, or all the company secrets will be made public.
Thankfully, that bottom drawer has a lock, so it will take a little longer to break into it than just grabbing the handle and giving a pull. You could take the labels off, or you could leave them and hide your secrets somewhere else to make it even harder for snooping spies to get the goods.