Top Five Custom Coffee Mugs For Your Co-Workers
The Sports Fanatic: Most of us have worked with an over-the-top sports fan before. They’re fierce supporters of the local professional sports team, and anyone who DOESN’T support that team is the enemy. They’re at every home game, and for away games, you’ll find them at the local sports bar, getting strange looks from other ...
The Sports Fanatic: Most of us have worked with an over-the-top sports fan before. They're fierce supporters of the local professional sports team, and anyone who DOESN'T support that team is the enemy. They're at every home game, and for away games, you'll find them at the local sports bar, getting strange looks from other patrons for yelling obscenities at the TV.
The Redneck:Â While this one may only be prevalent here in the South, it's usually easy to recognize this person in the office. On the weekends, you'll find them fishing on the lake, mudding in their 4×4 at the local mud hole, heading out to a hunting property, or any number of other outdoor activities. This person doesn't go anywhere without their trusty camouflage hat, and chances are, they arrive to work each day in a truck which may or may not have tires taller than Shaquille O'Neal.
The Loud One: Everyone in your office knows this person. After all, it's hard to miss that loud voice piercing through the relative silence of the office. "THANK YOU FOR CALLING (company name), HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?" No matter where you sit, in a cubicle or office, across the building, you can hear their conversation clear as day. "OK, HOW MANY WERE YOU LOOKING TO ORDER? GREAT!" You mostly just feel sorry for the poor employee who has to sit next to them. No wonder they complain about constant headaches.
The IT Guy: The poor IT guy. On a day to day basis, he has to deal with problems ranging from "The entire website crashed, and we don't know what to do." to "This guy from Nigeria sent me an email and said he had some special software to install, and now my computer is on fire." Whether it's a simple fix of replacing a computer mouse, or taking an infected computer behind the building to put it out of its misery, the IT guy is definitely someone you can sympathize with.
The Boss: Those dreaded words we're all afraid to hear: "Yeahâ¦I'm gonna need you to go ahead and come in on Saturday, and if you could also come in for a bit on Sunday, that'd be great. Thanks!" The boss is always watching, checking to make sure we're working instead of writing silly Top Five lists. Just make sure you include a cover sheet for your TPS reports!
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