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Things to do to a co-worker while they are on vacation

I know it's near the end of the summer but I thought these ideas might still come in handy.
















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Re: Things to do to a co-worker while they are on vacation

These I think have been posted before. We did the post it one to my boss while he was gone for a few weeks..not quite as many but they had random stuff written on each one.
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Re: Things to do to a co-worker while they are on vacation

My favorite is putting a container full of dry ice plus water on my coworkers desk, it just sits there and bubbles. Annoys the crap out of him. The best one we did was setting all the timers in our area to go off around the same time. Imagine about 20 timers going off within a 3 minute time frame. Priceless, absolutely priceless.

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first 3 are pure gold... i would so do the 2nd one

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Re: Things to do to a co-worker while they are on vacation

I would so want to do one of these pranks, but my boss is a totally @** and would kill me.









Wait a minute, I dont have a boss. Where is that employee's desk?


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Re: Things to do to a co-worker while they are on vacation

I could deal with all but #'s 2 and 6. Packing foam is one of my pet peeves because it gets everywhere, and it sticks to you because of static. It always takes me half hour to clean up the packing foam off the floor when I open a package. I can imagine a cubicle full of it would send me to the morgue in no time.

#6 would require a new desk. What a pain.


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haha, that stuff is great!

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