Archive for 2015

Sci­en­tists Vow to Get to Bot­tom of IT / B.O. Link

IT guy: Hey, can I con­vince one of you to go get me and my friends a cof­fee?
Pro­duc­tion man­ag­er: What friends? All I see is you.
IT guy: My friends. Y’­know, the peo­ple I hang with.
Pro­duc­tion man­ag­er: No one hangs with you.
Pro­duc­tion as­sis­tant: Yeah, you smell bad.

Oak­leaf Av­enue
Bal­ti­more, Mary­land

Over­heard by: Ren

1PM Lunch

Co-work­er #1: Hey, tell them that sto­ry you were telling me the oth­er day. The one about Burg­er King.
Co-work­er #2: What sto­ry about Burg­er King?
Co-work­er #1: You know…you were with your dad or your fa­ther-in-law…
Co-work­er #2: The sto­ry where my fa­ther had a heart at­tack be­cause of a Burg­er King sand­wich?
Co-work­er #1: …Yeah.
Co-work­er #2: That’s the sto­ry.

312 Plum Street
Cincin­nati, Ohio

Why Gen­er­a­tion Y Al­ready Out-Earns Gen­er­a­tion X

As­sis­tant: You ever do some­thing repeatedly–so much, that you’re like, “Whoa, this is­n’t re­al. I’m not do­ing this!”?
In­tern: Umm…
As­sis­tant: Like, when you’re star­ing at your face in the mir­ror for so long that you’re like, “Whoa! That’s not my face! This is­n’t re­al!” Has­n’t that ever hap­pened to you?
In­tern: No. That’s usu­al­ly when I stop drink­ing.

900 2nd Street NE
Wash­ing­ton, DC

I Can On­ly Think of One

Co-work­er #1: It’s on­ly me, I’ve got no team be­hind me, so no one say any­thing.
Cowork­er #2: So many jokes, so lit­tle time.

201 N. Wal­nut Street
Wilm­ing­ton, Delaware