December 15th, 2008
Observations | 16 comments... »
wow…that’s a surprisingly even split.
Posted by jonb on December 17th, 2008.
Working in HR at Teh Soft, I’ve learned the hard way that “diversity humor” is an oxymoron. But you’ve managed to challenge that difficult truth! HA!
Posted by Ariel on December 17th, 2008.
Somewhere out there someone is telling the story of how he heard a camera click in the mens room.
Posted by Jack on December 17th, 2008.
One of the funniest!
Posted by jrhs on December 17th, 2008.
Unlike your workplace, I am completely intolerant when it comes to TP.
Posted by chris r on December 17th, 2008.
Over and under TP
Hang together in perfect harmony
Side by side on the men’s room stall’s wall,
Why don’t we?
Posted by Sara on December 17th, 2008.
That’s sofa king awesome. I’ll be using the right hand roll until it runs out, then I’d be in a dilemma.
Posted by Karl on December 17th, 2008.
Camera phones will be the downfall of Western Civilization. There are just some locations that do not need photographic documentation. My other half has proven this on numerous occasions with similar candids.
Also, I love you Sara.
Posted by HDC on December 17th, 2008.
In the White House, they just use the Constitution and our rapidly devaluing currency.
Posted by A cute little kitten on December 17th, 2008.
Love the post AND the comments. Hee.
Posted by juliloquy on December 18th, 2008.
Then there’s this.
Posted by Steve on December 18th, 2008.
Always over the top toward you. That way the cleaning staff can fold the end into a little decorative triangle when you’re not here. Sometimes I do it for myself.
Posted by Zeekster on December 18th, 2008.
was I the only one who noticed that each roll is a different brand? One quilted-ish, one not?
omg, I need a life
Posted by operagal on December 19th, 2008.
chris r: That post was BRILLIANT!
Posted by Yoshi on December 19th, 2008.
I don’t wanna know what you do for a living.
Posted by Paul J. Camp on December 20th, 2008.
Best Post Since Having Child!
Posted by andros on December 21st, 2008.