A coworker spilled wine on the business carpet (read: uncomfortable and harsh), and another coworker put his or her artistic skills to work making it look like a cat that has just been flattened by an anvil, or something similar.
The spiller loves it, but we really have to ask – why was this person drinking wine at work? It doesn’t look like this was part of a celebration. Maybe after everybody clocks out, they gather for a little bit of bubbly around their cubicles. Wine is one thing, but with the artistic additions, it’s going to be even harder to clean it up.
Every Workplace Should Have an Artist
Thrilled, we are, for this piece of fancy marker work. All the walls of this office are made of that cool new dry-erase-marker-compatible material, and one enterprising artist decided he or she had no choice – it was just begging for a little bit of Star Wars artwork.
We're all in favor of doing away with the drab beige floor-to-ceiling design that a lot of office buildings have adopted, and giving people more freedom to show off their creative sides. At the very least, every office space has to have one person who knows how to draw a little bit.
Shane Is a Fun Guy
You may think that Shane should have been fired a long time ago, but don't worry. We have the scoop behind this series of hilarious grocery store images.
“Shane” likely isn't a real person. You'll notice that the “Management” writing is all in the same handwriting. Our guess is that one employee decided to have a bit of fun and came up with the Shane persona, writing messages to this person about things that didn't happen. Even at a Walmart (where this supposedly happens) a manager would much more likely take the worker aside, not write a public message.
What Is This? A Desk for Ants?
No, nobody is expected to work at this desk. Though it would be hilarious to see a guinea pig wander up and start hammering out emails. As you can tell from the second picture, this is a recreation of a coworker's desk that happened while that coworker was on vacation.
The man working in the second picture is an art director. The vacationing worker's coworkers also moved his actual desk, replacing it with this way shrunk down version. Whether they had those little bits lying around, or they scrambled to make a tiny Apple monitor after he left, it's pretty impressive. As long as they bring his old desk back.
Delete Cookies? NEVER!
Whether this was set up by the computer's user, or a coworker put it together while the employee had a few days off, it doesn't matter. We love it, and it's wonderful. It's like a multimedia art project – both digital art and 3D modeling.
If the person who uses the computer is a fan of cookies, all the better. We just hope that IT never asks this person to delete his or her browsing cookies – it could get ugly. We also hope that no one ever tries to give this person cookies that have raisins instead of chocolate chips.