Calendars are strange objects- unlike the hands on a clock that comes back to the same point, a calendar can only be flipped forward. This gives you no chance at deluding yourself. You are forced to accept the fact that you’re getting older. And of all the things in a calendar, the most evil perhaps is the day labelled Mondays. At least, for the office-going population, Monday morning is the worst time of the day.
My colleague’s reaction when I leave office on time. pic.twitter.com/m5s5m9TntI
— Chikoo (@TweetErrant) January 6, 2015
I always keep an image of a punctured tyre handy just in case I’m late for an important meeting on a Monday morning.
— mihir (@mihirmodi) March 2, 2015
Office: The place where you pay the price for getting paid.
— Farhan Siddiqui (@Farrenhite) June 6, 2014
Everyone has this one colleague at work who ensures the boss never needs a jet spray.
— clfrd (@cliffordsouza) September 16, 2013
Do you sometimes feel like your laptop is whispering “bhai jab nahi hota kaam tumse toh kyun aate ho office?”
— pnkj (@AskThePankazzzz) April 11, 2016
They place you in a cubicle and ask you to think outside the box.
— Denver Ka Dhakkan (@tantanoo) February 15, 2013
You give office address to ecom sites and they’ll deliver it post 7. You give home address and they’ll reach during office hours.
— dorku (@Dorkstar) October 21, 2015
There is a thick line between going to office and working.
— Sagar (@sagarcasm) February 6, 2014
When boss approves your leave pic.twitter.com/tZwevuhzkk
— Bakwas Rider (@BakwasRadio) July 9, 2015
Pic1: Me at home 1 am
Pic 2: Me at office 1 pm pic.twitter.com/OdSzSD8TvQ
— Rofl Piers Gandhi (@RoflGandhi_) June 25, 2015