Thursday, April 14, 2005

“Caption This Cartoon“ Contest - April 2005

“All I said was, I thought the water tasted of a little chlorine,
and the next thing you know, HE shows up.”

April 2005 Winner

Andrew Donaldson is the winning author of the caption above!
Congratulations, Andrew!
You will receive a special prize picked out just for you!
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“26,714 days without a work-related accident. It's not just luck, my friend.”
Craig Jensen

“Just play along. He's convinced Rhonda in accounting that tomorrow is bikini day.”
Brent K.Shepard

“Well, it's sure cut down on the horseplay around here.”
David Long

“The people who brought him in are the people in charge of our pension plan.”
Ed Salden

“It's his subtle way of letting the boss know that the ceiling in his office is leaking again.”
Gentilly Jr.

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Blogger Brent Sheppard said...

Man, these OSHA requirements are getting out of hand.

The boss felt obligated to give his kid a job and this is all he is qualified to do.

I guess this explains the woody station wagon out front.

Who knew water coolers had undertow?

Is it just me or has Roberts been acting a little strange since he was assigned the Coppertone account?

4/14/2005 11:53 AM  
Blogger Sheri Lifesaver said...

Typical - I wanted some of those round mints with the holes, and they sent me this.

4/14/2005 10:02 PM  
Blogger mcdeez said...

Don't drink too much water...that dude's crazy

4/15/2005 12:42 PM  
Blogger Nalts said...

What I lack in humor, I’ll make up in frequency this month…

>I tell you, Pete, these cutbacks just plain suck. First we lose the cappuccino maker, and now our former Baywatch hotty has been replaced by ‘Hulk Hogan’ over here.

>The new guy makes YOU uncomfortable? During my afternoon nap yesterday, he tried to rescue me with ‘mouth-to-mouth.’

>When it’s my turn to be “water guard,” I am SO drawing the line at wearing Spandex.

4/16/2005 3:53 AM  
Blogger David Long said...

1. Well, it's sure cut down on the horseplay around here.

2. Ya, I smell it too! Kinda like suntan lotion.

3. Phil in Human Resources says he had the most experience "monitoring those using the water".

4. And that's the boss's nephew. Be thankful he's only here for the summer.

5. Bill's insufferable since he won the big office pool!

6...and if you even think about filling up a coffee pot you get the megaphone.

7. Drink up quick! He's about ready to launch into another Rudy Vallee number.

8. Part of the "office life's a beach" campaign I guess.

--from David Long

4/16/2005 6:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1) "26,714 days without a work-related accident. It's not just luck, my friend."

2) "Yes, Bob, some DO say it's Orwellian. But we're proud of our accident-free record."

3) "Think that's strange? Check out the men's room!"

- Craig Jensen

4/16/2005 9:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

From Robbie Krescanko:

"New company rules for the water cooler...guess you can be sued for anything these days".

4/16/2005 9:21 PM  
Anonymous Cynicazmo said...

"I wish I could say that this is the stupidest thing management's done this week."

4/19/2005 5:20 PM  
Anonymous boozerker said...

Bend down slowly, or he'll yell "No diving!"

4/21/2005 12:10 AM  
Blogger Brent Sheppard said...

Have you met the new guy from the Malibu office?

The boss seems to think this will help cut down on web surfing.

4/22/2005 8:59 AM  
Anonymous Jesse T. said...

Jesse Tipping - Yeah, he's been around ever since Tom got caught "relieving himself in the ocean, wink, wink."

4/23/2005 12:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

he wants to know where out lifejackets are

4/23/2005 5:55 PM  
Blogger Jamie Dawn said...

He says there's been a shark sighting. In this office? He ain't kidding.

4/27/2005 3:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Oh,I'm nuts huh? Well..oh,
Shhh..the secretaries are coming for their lunch H20 "Bossman wants to prove that company psychotherapists' "womanizing,no chance to climb the coorperate ladder" theory wrong and show her they love his water cooler jokes.
Now move back,I gotta pull the cooler plug and yell"loose hot wire on the floor!"..when they all climb the gaurd chair as Miss Suit walks back in with the gaurd and see's it; ..guess who gets YOUR window cubicle?..he-hee

4/30/2005 1:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1. "Aye, he's harsh, but fair. Yarr."

2. "Please tell me you can see that, too."

3. "The cups are over there by the large dorsal fin."

4. "His methods may be unorthodox, Earl, but the number of accidental drownings have been cut in half this week already."

yeah, I got nothing... :-(

5/02/2005 11:14 PM  
Blogger lyn21 said...

"Step away from the water cooler"

5/03/2005 4:01 AM  
Blogger Brent Sheppard said...

Just play along. He's convinced Rhonda in accounting that tomorrow is bikini day.

Hey, you're the one who asked the temp agency to send someone to help us keep our heads above water.

5/03/2005 11:24 AM  
Anonymous SCOT RAY said...

department: black ops
field test: 37 (politician finder)
codename: oblivious
stimuli: audio/visual (manned lifeguard post in office setting)
subject: arthur flatbottom
technician: phoenix1
observations: subject's only comments when approached at watercooler, "man, my shoulder itches!".
technician comments: it's a wrap boys we've got the next president.

5/04/2005 11:15 AM  
Anonymous SCOT RAY said...


5/04/2005 11:22 AM  
Anonymous SCOT RAY said...

yeah, there was a mix-up at the job fair. right now Ted from accounting is on a beach in San Diego.

5/04/2005 11:33 AM  
Anonymous SCOT RAY said...

Hey, I know she's hot but you have to admit there's been a lot of weird stuff going on since
Colonel Nelson started dating that Ginny chick !

5/04/2005 11:39 AM  
Anonymous Ed Salden said...

"I think he pees in the water."

5/07/2005 5:48 PM  
Blogger David Long said...

That's Mr. Wilson, the big chair man. He can be rather loud, but something about him tells me he CAN save the company.

5/09/2005 8:56 PM  
Blogger David Long said...

He was a sight-unseen hire off of boy, is he!

5/09/2005 9:50 PM  
Anonymous Ed Salden said...

"The people who brought him in are the people in charge of our pension plan."

5/13/2005 4:45 PM  
Blogger Starlet42 said...

Every time I bend down to get water, this guy over there uses his horn to make "tootie" sounds.

5/15/2005 10:24 PM  
Anonymous Kevin Wasz said...

"Wanna see him save me?"

5/17/2005 4:59 PM  
Blogger Brent Sheppard said...

OK, on the count of three, yell "SHARK!"

5/18/2005 8:20 AM  
Anonymous Andrew Donaldson said...

Jerry COMPLETELY misunderstands the idea of an office pool.

All I said was, I thought the water tasted of a little chlorine, and the next thing you know, HE shows up.

You should see him do laps in the thing.

Hey, I thought he was crazy when he brought in the chair and started taking his breaks up there, but chicks DO dig a guy in uniform.

Everyone in the office stays fully hydrated. Jerry takes water safety VERY seriously.

5/26/2005 1:06 AM  
Anonymous Adam Barnick said...

"YOU'VE got back trouble? Try moving the VP's lifeguard statue from room to freakin' room until the fung shui kicks in in his favor!" - Adam Barnick

5/27/2005 10:17 AM  
Anonymous From the Speakeasy in the Big Easy said...

"Do we have to put up with this all winter?" - Gentilly Jr.

"The worst part is we had Pamela Anderson before him." - Ebdug

"Biff said the water was safe." - Rip

"Jenkins is going on vacation tomorrow and he's really rubbing it in." - Gentilly Jr.

"The more he climbs the ladder, the more obnoxious he gets." - Ebdug

"You think he's bad? You oughta see the guy over by the paper shredder." - Gentilly Jr.

"We've been having a problem with corporate sharks." - Gentilly Jr.

"Bob's taken micromanagement to new heights." - Ebdug

"It's a totally rad new concept in office meetings." - Rip

"It's his subtle way of letting the boss know that the ceiling in his office is leaking again." - Gentilly Jr.

6/02/2005 9:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yarg... Van Gogh had his “blue” period, Monet had water lilies, and I like to think of this as the beginning of me “wicked sea serpent” phase.

-Kevin Nalty

7/29/2005 4:43 AM  
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