There are few things more infuriating than finally going on your lunch break, only to find out that someone has eaten your lunch, either by accident or simply because they don’t care. So, this person, whom we will call lunch box genius, decided to put an end to this very common problem – and we’re positive it worked!
We don’t want to know where this person got the lunch box, but we certainly hope they washed it well before using it. Maybe this isn’t a prank at all, and some doctors got fired the next day…
Not So Comic Sans
After laughing our heads off, we do have to say that we agree with this second sign. Throughout the years, Comic Sans has been the least serious, hated font in the history of fonts. And with good reason. Just look at that lovely Arial font on that second note; now that screams "professionalism".
Then again - if they're really so concerned about image, maybe a Fortune 500 company shouldn't be sticking pieces of paper with cheap tape on the doors. But hey, who are we to judge?
Had a Bad Date...Or Three
Don't despair, friend, we hear that the cereal boxes are much more open to a relationship. And if not, may we suggest using a dating app - one with actual humans on it?
Not the most elaborate joke you'll come across, but it still made us smile. And we're sure it did the same for anyone reading that note. If you're reading this - we hope you found true love!
Bean There, Done That
Ways to give your coworkers a heart attack number 11: stick a life-sized cardboard cutout of the creepiest character you can possibly imagine in a quiet bathroom corner and wait for the magic to happen. First of all, someone had to go through a lot of trouble to get that thing. At the very least, they dropped some money and had it delivered - which seems like the perfect amount of effort for this kind of prank.
Then, they had to get it past multiple people while keeping a straight face until they were able to set it up in its position in the ladies’ restroom. The only thing that would make this even better is if it were ordered specifically because they knew someone had a Mr. Bean phobia. Hey, it could have been worse – they could have used a cardboard cutout of Pee-wee Herman.
More Than Words
A sink gets a lot of use in the office. Workers need to be able to rinse out their coffee cups and…well, fill up the coffee pot to make continuous batches, among other things. So, when the sink in this office went down and management stuck up a sign to explain, the employees had something to say about it.
Apparently, the maintenance crew was taking their time getting around to fixing the sink, because it seems like they wouldn’t have put the second sign up if it was a situation that had only been going on for a day or two. No, no; these office workers had been without their sink for a while, and they’re good and ready for the “fixage” to commence. Sometimes all you need is a couple of words to get your message across!