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Spellbound

For Friday Fictioneers 100-Word Challenge: 1 April 2016

Note: Ever wonder what happens inside those office buildings? It’s not always work, work, work. This is as close to a true story as it gets. <blush> <blush> Have fun reading anyway.

Gail Stratford
Photo Credit: Gail Stratford

It’s just another day in the office.

A moment ago, our secretary stopped by and said I’d be under her spell soon.

I nearly fell off my chair laughing.

To prove it, she asked me to raise my right foot and rotate it in clock-wise motion.

Then she told me to draw the number 666 in the air with my right hand.

She said that my foot would change direction.

I’d be darned, she was right, and there was nothing I could do about it.

Next time she heads down to my cube, I’m running to the nearest fire exit.

March 30, 2016 at 11:01 am 45 comments

It’s the Last Day of the Year


Credit: Dilbert – Scott Adams
 
Commuting to work was excellent this morning. Traffic was light on the way to the train station. The train was half-empty or half-full depending on your mood when you got out of bed. There were plenty of seats to choose from. What a welcome treat for daily commuters like me during this cold season. I didn’t have to worry when my neighbor with a cold started snorting and coughing incessantly. I just moved gracefully to a much safer spot.

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December 31, 2013 at 10:09 am Leave a comment

Could I Be A Space Alien?


 
Our admin assistant at work has the task of collecting office memos, letters, and anything that can be printed or photocopied like newspaper clippings in a weekly folder called the go-around files. This folder is then passed around to the staff for their reading pleasure. It was our former boss who came up with the idea to ensure transparency within the group. Our current boss thought it was a swell idea, too, so he continued the practice.

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May 7, 2012 at 6:00 am 18 comments

Feeling the Crunch



We’ve been very busy at work. As I mentioned in passing in an earlier post, our company lost people throughout last year and the group I work with (thought to be immune from layoffs) felt the axe in the last quarter. It goes without saying that we’re feeling the crunch. There are fewer bodies to handle the workload. I find it funny that after letting people go, management is now projecting more work ahead that contractors will be hired to help out.

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January 23, 2012 at 11:12 am 2 comments

Good Grief


Charlie Brown – Charles Schulz

It happened again today. The angel of death came. Another one bit the dust. We were stunned. We thought the layoffs were over, but we were mistaken.

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December 12, 2011 at 10:28 am 4 comments

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