Friday Funny Archives
WorkSafe Victoria has come up with a gruesome campaign to get the point of workplace safety across: The Body-O-Matic vending machine designed to sell spare body parts.
In addition to a mountain of awaiting e-mail, employees returning from vacation often have to deal with pranks executed by (envious?) co-workers who feel a little inconvenience is the perfect way to show someone just how much they care.
Rochus Jacob was awarded the first prize for his Murakami Chair which incorporates technology into the skids of the chair to run an OLED light—thereby powering an attached reading lamp with energy generated from its own rocking motion.
As a morale and teamwork building exercise, Halloween at the office efforts can be a great management tool.
Back in 1985, Terry Gilliam directed an offbeat film entitled, “Brazil.” Very dark, the film presents both a futurist and retro (“steampunk”) interpretation of the absurdity of administrative bureaucracy—one that still holds true today in many ways.
This offering is not so much weird as it is scary, but when you think about the jobs in the world that have to be done, well, it kinda puts everything into perspective. Have a look at this video.
Today’s Friday Funny is short and sweet. It’s all about fun with out of office messages.
Check out the following “love notes” exchanged between co-workers who have been pushed to extremes as a result of phantom kitchen etiquette violations.
The follow images were sent to me by two different people. They illustrate the creative adaptation of objects once they’ve reached the end of their original useful life.
In Wales, the message conveyed in a road sign has caused a bit of a scandal in this classic case of taking something far too literally.