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Passive aggressive co-workers

Post-it wars are getting more creative...

Are they funny or just plain rude?

Are you actually feeling or feigning concern for the office furniture?

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Do your co-workers eat your food and have the audacity to judge it?

Would you prefer them to appreciate the effort you put into it or do you secretly wish it makes them ill for the inconvenience?

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Do they mock your errors?

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If they even replace borrowed or stolen items, is it always in the way you expect?

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Being unable to park close to your work can set the day off to a bad start.

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Using guilt to motivate you.


Must you endure innappropriate comments? Are they making you feel uncomfortable, specifically relating to personal hygiene and appearance?

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Responding to a polite request with the exact opposite.

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The neccessity of strict instruction, to avoid having your favourite show, which you have dedicated years to, spoiled in seconds.

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Using notes to have entire conversations and express workplace frustrations.

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However, not all office notes are negative and irritating. Post-its can be helpful in assisting the deliverance of important messages and some comments from your colleagues can produce a well needed chuckle on a dull day.

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Although, sometimes you might prefer they make your day easier by simply replacing the toilet roll. It would probably be much quicker.

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