Lets have a little levity

  1. At lunch time, sit in your parked car with sunglasses on and point a
    hair dryer at passing cars. See if they slow down.

  2. Page yourself over the intercom. Don’t disguise your voice.

  3. Every time someone asks you to do something, ask if they want fries with

  4. Put your waste paper basket on your desk and label it “in”

  5. Put decaf in the coffee maker for 3 weeks. Once everyone has gotten over
    their caffeine addictions, switch to espresso.

  6. Finish all your sentences with “in accordance with the prophecy.”

  7. When the money comes out of the cashpoint, scream “I won!”, “I won!” “3rd time
    this week!!!”

  8. As often as possible, skip rather than walk.

  9. Ask people what sex they are. Laugh hysterically after they answer.

And finally:

When leaving the zoo, start running towards the car park,yelling
“run for your lives, they’re loose!!”

Have fun …



Cheers Geoff proper job as we say down here thanks for the much needed giggle :slight_smile:

Thanks for that!! Gave me a HUGE chuckle

Rosina x

Great Geoff! I will have fun with numbers 3 & 7 :slight_smile:

Since I work next to a bloke who is married to a vicar I may have to try number 6

JBK xx

  1. Put vanila custard in a mayonaise jar. Eat straight out of jar with a spoon whilst sitting on the train.

  2. Run in to a bar dressed all in tinfoil, ask what year it is and when someone replies, run out of the bar screaming ‘IT FINALLY WORKED!!’

  3. Hire two private detectives. Instruct each to covertly follow the other.


Fab!! Very funny x

Loved the cash machine idea, will give that a go!!

Some excellent ideas for livening up a slow day at work!


OK, here’s one I have used myself:

I extracted all the red ones from a tube of Smarties and put them into a brown aspirin bottle. I was academic tutor to a group of first-year undergraduates at the time, and at our next meeting, I put my watch on the table and every ten minutes I uncapped the bottle and took what looked like a large red pill. There were some funny looks, but it was nearly an hour before one of them plucked up the courage to ask me if I was all right.

I don’t see why this should not work in an office, but I dont think I would try it on a bus or train.