22 People Caught Having Fun at Work

These people all found a way to beat back the morning blues..

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24 responses to 22 People Caught Having Fun at Work

  1. I hate to be “that guy”, but the first one appears to be a disabled toilet (judging by the size of the stall and the handrail). Please don’t clog up the disabled loo by putting mannequins dressed as Darth Vader on them. Disabled people will need that loo and may not be able to remove Darth Vader as easily as an able-bodied person would.

    1. And, judging by that sliver of white on the side of the picture, where a sink would stand, the bathroom is not particularly a disabled stall, but rather a unisex bathroom with one toilet, no stalls.

      1. In which case I commend the owners of the toilet for putting accessibility features such as handrails in their regular loos.

        1. Those handrails could very well be for elder people who can walk but have trouble getting up from a sitting position …

    2. I’m assuming that this was done in an office that has a disabled bathroom because of legal requirements but doesn’t actually have any disabled people to use them. We have four toilets in our office that are set up for disabled use, and there is no one in the building who needs them.

      Benefit of the doubt and lord, misdirected preachiness is annoying. It’s not like anyone who reads the comments here DID this. And you enjoyed being “that guy”, don’t front.

      1. Well, I admit being “that guy” here was far more pleasant than the time I was “that guy” to clear out a couple of teenagers using the disabled loo to have sex…

    3. It’s clearly the back room toilet for a mall outlet store.

      It’s in the back where only staff use it and those stores usually don’t hire people who can’t perform the job without special accommodations.

      1. Given that myself, and many of my family and friends, are among people who wouldn’t be able to do retail jobs without special accommodations, it’s not clear.

        Also you would not believe the amount of times we’ve had to be accompanied through staff-only areas to use cargo lifts and whatnot because the architect’s idea of “disabled” didn’t cover a fully-grown man in a large electric wheelchair who doesn’t have hand function, so there wasn’t enough room for my dad and a carer. (Yes, I am counting my eight year old scrawny noodle-child self as a carer.)

        1. ::applause::

          I’m not sure what you’re hoping to accomplish with all this on a comedy website where it will make literally zero impact, but hey. You be you.

      1. If you hate being “that guy” why are you? Do you really think your comment will change anyone’s opinion on anything?

        Seriously if you walked in (or wheeled in if you’re handicapped), how difficult would it be to move the mannequin? It’s not like the door was locked or anything, who ever set it up clearly wanted people to see it, but if you’ve gotta drop a deuce, you’re moving that thing.

  2. I would be PISSED if some dipshit was recklessly running around on a pilot-jack if I worked in a dangerous area.

  3. Man is in streetcleaner doing donuts while caption is “NY GOVERNMENT: THIS IS A SERIOUS SITUATION”.
    Love it.

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