The Top-10 Fun Ways
to Irritate Your Co-Workers If All Else Fails
No doubt you have arrived on The Fun at Work Café due to workplace boredom.
No matter how intense your boredom, doing one or more of the following top-ten fun things to irritate your
co-workers and create workplace and office
problems for them should help kill your boredom at your workplace without your having to
resort to a gun.
Reply to everything anyone says with, "I doubt it. You can draw parallels to everything."
Ask everyone including your boss what gender they are.
Learn to play a musical instrument during work hours. A violin is best since it is so irritating to
co-workers. At the same time give them some dancing
tips from the Sensational Quotes for Smart People
When making presentations, tell a story. Finish it off with, "you are probably wondering what this story
has to do with the presentation. Actually, nothing. I just kind of like the story."
Read a page or two of The Joy of Not
Working: A Book for the Retired, Unemployed, and
Overworked every day of the week to your co-workers.
If your co-workers accuse you of not caring enough for them, reply with, "Of course, not. This is my
world. This is all about me. As a matter of fact I am also reading another book called
Success Without a Real Job which is written for the
organizationally averse and is teaching me how to earn a decent living without a job.
"Walk around with a clipboard asking your co-workers strange questions. Then record their responses
occasionally muttering, "Why do I have to do these psychological profiles."
Invent a secret code of abbreviations to use with your fellow co-workers that others won't be able to
understand when you communicate. (For example, use BFD for "big fucken deal" and IDK for "I don't
Bring some crazy looking creature such as a scary, hairy spider to your office and keep it as a pet. You
can also use it to repel unwanted people who visit your office.
Send reports to every co-worker in the office regardless of how irrelevant they are to anyone.
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