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Old 05-24-2009, 07:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Sorry to bring the 'w' word up, but Im interested to hear what you people get up to at work. I work at a petrol station and have some pretty funny stories involving the misuse of tanoies & general explotation of gullable customers, but I will tell later...Im tired just now.
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Yeah if I could get a big one, say from Neil Young or something, id stick it in. I'd just get sick.
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Old 05-24-2009, 10:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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working in a sheetmetal shop can be lots of fun. let's see...

1) putting ketchup/mustard packs under the dogs of the shear, so that people get squirted.

2) putting metal shavings in someone's hoodie when they walk by.

3) greasing the clamping arm handles on the brake.

4) screwing peoples toolboxes to the bench

5) tying someone's shoes together when they are hungover and try to sleep during 10 o'clock break.

on my crew, the fun never ends, as long as nobody cries to the supervisor.
one time a guy got revenge on me by shrink wrapping my car. he knew i was staying late that day, and i ended up walking out of the building without a knife. i spent 20 minutes hacking through the plastic with a house key.
i bought him lunch the next day for being creative.
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Old 05-24-2009, 11:18 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Besides bucketing people in the summer time at the lumberyard I worked at I had a tendency to get the forks flat on the ground with my forklift and try to "split" somebodies foot by getting the fork underneath it and lifting their leg up. Always at extremely low speeds of course, it was a good deterrent for the runners to not stand around out of camera range, for me it was different, I had a forklift so I wasn't technically standing around, I was sitting around.
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Old 05-25-2009, 02:48 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I think collecting taxpayer money while spending most of my day posting and browsing MB is enough.
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Old 05-25-2009, 06:47 AM   #5 (permalink)
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working in a sheetmetal shop can be lots of fun. let's see...

1) putting ketchup/mustard packs under the dogs of the shear, so that people get squirted.

2) putting metal shavings in someone's hoodie when they walk by.

3) greasing the clamping arm handles on the brake.

4) screwing peoples toolboxes to the bench

5) tying someone's shoes together when they are hungover and try to sleep during 10 o'clock break.

on my crew, the fun never ends, as long as nobody cries to the supervisor.
one time a guy got revenge on me by shrink wrapping my car. he knew i was staying late that day, and i ended up walking out of the building without a knife. i spent 20 minutes hacking through the plastic with a house key.
i bought him lunch the next day for being creative.
Haha thats hilarious, I used to work in a warehouse & once we shrink wrapped the saturday boy .
Also once I was mucking about throwing a brush back and forward & he threw it perfectley so I tripped on it and cracked my back on a concrete floor. Had to lie across a pallet for about 10 mins to recover lol.

Also wheelspinning the forklift in winter was always a good laugh.

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Besides bucketing people in the summer time at the lumberyard I worked at I had a tendency to get the forks flat on the ground with my forklift and try to "split" somebodies foot by getting the fork underneath it and lifting their leg up. Always at extremely low speeds of course, it was a good deterrent for the runners to not stand around out of camera range, for me it was different, I had a forklift so I wasn't technically standing around, I was sitting around.
Yeah I did this once, also sometmes someone would stand on the forks and get lifted right up to the top to get something & once I left him up there & went and had my 10 minute break lol.
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Old 05-25-2009, 05:59 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Haha... that was my mischief too when I was in the military.

Although, I did do some crazy shit.
I used to work in the TCF (tech control facility.. We provided internet access to the entire camp) on my first deployment in 04', and I had access to the Websense server. So, for money, I would put people's IP addresses (we used static IP's at the time) in the exceptions on Websense and they could surf any site they wanted. I usually charged a small 20 dollars a month per person.
Eventually DISA started snooping around in our shit, so I got skurred and took everyone out.
But I made almost 1,500 off it.
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I used to work at a Denny's because it was the only place in town where you could wait tables as a minor. The cooks and I used to spend time pranking each other... I super glued someone's hat to the toaster, for that I got sprayed with syrup and had flour dumped on me. That led to me airing a private phone conversation between one of them and their gf across the whole dining room. And from then on everytime I passed the kitchen I had sausage links thrown at me. Ahh ... good times.
Now I work at home from the computer and the best stuff I get into is on MB.
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Old 05-25-2009, 11:13 PM   #9 (permalink)
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I super glued someone's hat to the toaster,

reminds me of a fight i saw once. one guy put glue on another guys...i don't know what you call them but they look like headphones, and guys wear them at a shooting range. anyhow the dude didn't see the glue on the pad part and stuck them on his head. that part was pretty funny. but then there was a fistfight, and it became waaayyy funnier
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Old 05-26-2009, 06:33 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Making velveeta stick to the ceiling was fun, and so was making a dry ice bomb in the produce back room.
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