Friday Funny Articles
Tax returns are due in a few days (Monday, April 18, to be precise), and fewer workers plan to use their tax refunds to pay off bills and more plan to put the money into savings, reflecting a more stable economy.
There’s a new game in town along the same lines as Farmville, but with a twist; this multimedia experience was developed as an “engaging and information plant simulation that puts you right in the shoes of the plant manager.”
So what kinds of pranks have you witnessed on the job? And did you trick or get tricked? Either way, happy April Fool’s day to all.
Food can be everywhere with culinary inspired furnishings.
Office pools are a common sight in the office, with 20% saying they have participated in March Madness pools at work, according to CareerBuilder’s annual survey.
Engineers are great at putting things together and taking them apart. Put a paper clip in the hands of an engineer, and it can turn into almost anything. Take a look at these transformations that turn ordinary inanimate objects into amusing and lifelike works of art.
Due to its ability to turn abstract concepts into concrete images, PowerPoint has become a staple in the world of business and education. Skilled users are able to transform dull data and words into powerful concepts that make presentations memorable. Skilled users are also able to create some pretty darn funny charts…
When an unusual outbreak of Whac-A-Mole malfunctions forced amusement park operators to start making service request, did anyone think much of it? Well, yes, and no.
A new nationwide CareerBuilder survey of more than 2,400 hiring managers reveals the outrageous and common mistakes that some candidates have made in job interviews.
What happens when Chicken Little comes home to roost in a municipal building? Ask members of the San Antonio Dangerous Structure Determination Board, and they will indeed say the sky is falling….and it’s not pretty.