neeroc (neeroc) wrote,

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How to tell when I've had too much coffee

I've so far -

Stolen a co-worker's shoe. Hid it on him, killed myself watching over the cube wall as he trudged around with one shoe.
Poked a co-worker from a distance with a hockey stick - while he was on the phone *g*.
Taken the access badge from a co-worker (he keeps it on one of those belt retractor thingies - and tied it to the arm of his chair. He got up and started dragging the chair - I nearly peed. Even better, I did the same thing to him yesterday, with the same result!

I'm sure the revenge will be hell, but it was worth it. And yes, I know I'm 35, and yes I know we're trying to run a business here - but pbbt!

You know, it may sound like all I do is goof around, but this has been one of the most productive days I've had in a long time. I managed to kick butt on getting ready for our upcoming security audit, and still have a good time. It has been a long time since I've had a day this good at work and I really miss it. There used to be a time where I'd work insane hours, feel good about doing it, and still have time to really blow off steam with co-workers. Lately (last 3 years or so) it just seems everyone is so beaten down, it hasn't been a great place to work. I'm not under the illusion that things are going back to the way they were, or that there will be more of these, but it has been nice.
Tags: work silliness

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