The way we see it, someone was only trying to be nice. This is the first time we see someone who had the audacity to complain about donuts. No one gets to complain about donuts. Donuts are heaven-sent sugary sweets with the power to make everyone happy. They don’t need this kind of negativity in their lives.
You know what? Next time there are donuts, the people in the tech office can kindly use their legs for a change and hope there is anything left by the time they get to the kitchen.
Store Food at Your Own risk
An office fridge is like a Bermuda Triangle for food. Things that get sucked into this black hole rarely survive to see their rightful owners again. It seems that people eating food that isn't theirs is the bane of existence for all workplace altercations.
Honestly, what's so hard to understand? If it's not yours, don't eat it! Also, shouldn't people usually be reluctant to eat food that they don't know the origin of?
When the company fridge broke down, someone thought they could make clever use of the situation. The first order of business was to correct the heinous crime made against the name of the beloved fridge, which was cherished by all, and deeply hurt when its name was misspelled.
Next, the hierarchy needed to be addressed, hence the Important People reference. Good job, note writer! Telling it like it is!
Photocopying Done Right
This guy photocopied his face and put it in his office door window, which must have been the smartest thing he has ever done. This is a two-for-one move. He gets to make his coworkers laugh while also blocking the opening through which his boss can see what he's up to.
Now he's free to take that post-lunch-break nap he won't stop talking about.
Going back to work after a long time away is tricky. We all lie to ourselves and say that we will rest and treat ourselves and that we will come back to work super refreshed and energized. The truth is that no matter how long the vacation or holiday was, the first day back in the office hits us in the face like 200 bricks.
Lindas of the world and their peppy small talks are basically the last things we need when trying to cope with going back to work. At least this person was honest enough to warn Linda in advance. Unless you come with a complimentary cup of coffee, just walk the other way.