This man would be a danger to everyone at Disney World
Pro, you assume that the people working there are having fun and laughing as well.
Spider-Bat - My sister is a "fairy-godmother" at Disney. They only beat you if DON'T appear to be having fun...
Know where people at work are having fun all the time? Nowhere.
So I'm guessing this guy's Prozac prescription isn't working. As far as having fun at work all day... What about at the "Puppy Dogs, Candy, and Fireworks" factory? Oh, wait, that place doesn't really exist.
I've been in pretty shitty work places myself, but right now it's pretty cool. This guy would be doing everyone a favor.
Monotonous, thankless work in a gray cubicle forever FTW!
I'd think that to if I had to work with Steve Carell & Rainn Wilson.
Huh. I like my job. That said though, if you can't imagine enjoying the job you have, maybe you should work on your resume, and go find the one you can enjoy. Or, in this gentleman's case, the one you can be sure to dislike for comfort.
If the American Office series is full of people having fun and joking then that validates my refusal to watch it. The original series was satire.
Attention pretentious assholes: you are not better than everybody else because you watched the BBC version of The Office and refuse to watch the American version. Personally, I don't watch the American version because it's not funny. I didn't watch the BBC version because I don't live in fucking England.
If you seriously aren't going to watch the American Office just because of something that a person on Our Valued Customers said about it then you're just as stupid as the people in these comics.
DISCLAIMER: Any post that starts off with the phrase, "Attention Pretentious Assholes" immediately has my undivided attention.
I am a Pretentious Asshole (and it is a capitalized title, by the way), and I enjoy the American version of "The Office." Although after seeing one of the comments here, I think they should change the name to "American Office."
Where'd that even come from. There weren't any pretentious assholes even mentioning the American vs BBC Office before the comment.Serious.
Except for, you know, the comment directly before it.
Sometimes I think you could another website devoted to the grandiose and dumb things that get said in the comments section of this website. Case in point:>> I didn't watch the BBC version because I don't live in fucking England.
Haha, the comments here always start off discussing the comic, but then quickly devolve into a pop-culture debate.
Well, he's in HR, which technically means he works for corporate, so he's really not a part of our family. Also, he's divorced, so he's really not a part of his family.