No, that isn’t a real person. You might have been able to figure that out by the first picture (which we definitely did, please believe us), or it might have taken you until the last picture, but it’s actually a cut-out attached to a stick.
The reason for this is that the real person with this face has what we’ll call a height deficiency. She printed out a picture of her face so that coworkers could see when she’s trying to get their attention. Certainly not a bad idea, but we bet it took a few days for this to not be super creepy. It still is kinda creepy, but it’s probably gotten better.
Just Enjoy It
This sleepy coworker decided that he would be at max productivity after some quick office shut-eye, and his fellow workers decided to have a little bit of fun with it. The expert Photoshoppers in the office plucked him off his couch and cast him through the sky, out of cannons, into pieces of classic art, and more.
Our favorite is the Kim Jong Il one – though to be fair, if you were in a private jet and some sleepy guy flew past your window, you would have the same look on your face. We're surprised none of them placed him in a basketball team since that was the reason he was up so late the night before.
The Prank War Escalation
Try checking your emails now, stupid. The person whose desk this is decided that he would cover a coworker's door handle with hand lotion. Not the most terrible things, as pranks go. We should all be moisturizing more.
Does that mean the coworker should move the original prankster's entire desk outside, complete with computer and phone and little nick-nacks? Many of us wouldn't think of that, but sometimes it's the only thing these people understand. Prank begets prank, so we wonder what will be the next step taken in the prank arms race.
We're Going to Assume This Is Very Funny
Gonna be real honest here. I don't know very much about programming. I can manage a little bit of HTML and I took an XHTML course once, but that's all I can muster. So we're relying on you to find the humor here.
Of course, there's plenty more than just the nerdy humor. This is a legitimately sweet send-off to what appears to be a well-liked coworker, complete with well wishes and thoughts about his new job. There's also a little bit of suggestion that if the new job doesn't work out, he can return to his old job to find waiting, open arms.
The Revolution Will Not be Printed
The printer is one of the big pieces of hardware in the office. In bigger companies, it can be in constant use, from small reports to hundred-page requests. Well, someone requests not printing big jobs. Big jobs might create a line of jobs in the printer, and people will have to wait extra long for their papers. It might even be an issue with the hardware, where big jobs will cause the printer to clog and jam.
All that aside, someone was clearly not too happy about this request, since they immediately went against it in both spirit and wording, printing a huge picture of Steve Jobs out of what looks like forty-two sheets of paper.