After hearing “You forgot to put the Cover Page on on the TPS report” a hundred times, the inhabitants of cubicle world need to have a little fun. They practically live in these 8 X 8 boxes so everyone needs to add a little of that little touch of home.
Speaking of home. What could turn your cubicle into a little piece of home then having your own shitter in your space. What it lacks in privacy it makes up for in proximity
And I thought the windmill was hard. That’s some pretty tough pin placement
Somewhere there is a leg lamp being shipped that’s very light on packaging. If they really wanted to impress me, they should have filled the thing with crumbled up packing foam. Possibly the hardest material in the world to clean up.
Hey Buddy, George Castanza called, he wants his idea back.
You have to get in early to get the best cubicle in the place.
And they said office romance was dead.
And they said boredom was just a state of mind.
One fried motherboard while replacing some RAM and John takes it a little too far
I wonder who they like better? The other guys gets his cubicle filled with packing peanuts and Sergie’s gets filled with all the office trash and used toilet paper.
The full length poster of Clay Aiken was the first sign but the Gingerbread cubicle confirmed everyone’s thoughts about Fred.
I get this because I too do some of my best work on the pot
We’ve all heard by now the one about the faked moon landing, that Azerbaijan doesn’t even exist or that the government manipulates the water supply to keep us drugged, right? What you might not have heard is that some people attribute John Lennon’s death to Stephen King or that we are controlled by aliens or bar codes, possibly both.
According to one theorist who has written a short book on the subject, Nixon, Reagan and (for good measure) Stephen King were involved in the murder of John Lennon: “… government codes in major magazines, Including the killers face, and true identity. Mark Chapman’s name attached to a letter to the editor printed weeks before the murder and more that proves a Nixon, Reagan, and yes, Stephen King conspiracy.”
The War of the Worlds broadcast that panicked the populace nearly a century ago was not just a humorous hoax but was instead a controlled psychological experiment: “… what has been
Some pictures are worth 1,000 words, but others are worth 1,000,000. By (subjective) category, here are 10 of the most amazing viral images of 2007. Undoubtedly some of these you will have seen before, but some will be new as well. Click on the images below to go to the full-sized originals. Enjoy!
Most Touching: Loyal to the End
Most Geeky: Why We Love Firefox
Best of Technology: 1 Gigabyte Then and Now
Best of the Web: Why Net Neutrality is So Important
Photoshop Humor: Photo With and Without Flash
Religious Humor: God’s Inbox
Religious Satire: Satan Goes to Sunday School
Commercial Humor: FedEx Pwns UPS
Gaming Humor: Carmen Sandiego Finally Found
Celebrity Humor: Chris Farley Found Alive
Honorable Mention: Do Not Take This Flyer Down
Greatest Image Collection of 2007: 56 Wonders of the World at WebUrbanist