No, nobody is expected to work at this desk. Though it would be hilarious to see a guinea pig wander up and start hammering out emails. As you can tell from the second picture, this is a recreation of a coworker’s desk that happened while that coworker was on vacation.
The man working in the second picture is an art director. The vacationing worker’s coworkers also moved his actual desk, replacing it with this way shrunk version. Whether they had those little bits lying around or they scrambled to make a tiny Apple monitor after he left, it’s pretty impressive. As long as they bring his old desk back.
They're Supposed to be Good for You
Standing desks have become more popular in recent years as people realize they shouldn't be wasting all their time sitting. Sit incorrectly, and you can do a lot of damage to the muscles or bones in your back, shoulders, arms...the list goes on.
Some people have bad backs, and standing is better for them. Some just don't like to think about their weight and how sitting all day doesn't help. We don't know what camp this guy falls into, but he was ready to make a change. What is that, a drop floor? We don't know how he did this, and we wouldn't recommend it unless you really, really want a standing desk.
Shane Is a Fun Guy
You may think that Shane should have been fired a long time ago, but don't worry. We have the scoop behind this series of hilarious grocery store images.
“Shane” likely isn't a real person. You'll notice that the “Management” writing is all in the same handwriting. Our guess is that one employee decided to have a bit of fun and came up with the Shane persona, writing messages to this person about things that didn't happen. Even at a Walmart (where this supposedly happens), a manager would much more likely take the worker aside, not write a public message.
Delete Cookies? NEVER!
Whether this was set up by the computer's user or a coworker put it together while the employee had a few days off, it doesn't matter. We love it, and it's wonderful. It's like a multimedia art project – both digital art and 3D modeling.
If the person who uses the computer is a fan of cookies, all the better. We just hope that IT never asks this person to delete his or her browsing cookies – it could get ugly. We also hope that no one ever tries to give this person cookies that have raisins instead of chocolate chips.
At Least He Left a Note
We've all had to deal with work stuff when we're supposed to be relaxing, and this guy was having none of it. Good for him. That one guy, Mark, needs the experience telling you to clear your cache and cookies.
There's just a little postscript for if the office is in danger, though that seems like a strange ask. If the office is burning down, that would pretty much take his internet history with it. But, if he doesn't want anybody to know he's been visiting “My Little Pony” fanfiction sites at work, that's up to him.