Playing pranks and having some banter in the office is a normal way of getting through a working week.
Spending eight hours a day with people that don't enjoy interacting with their peers is a pretty soulless existence if you ask me.
Sometimes you are the butt of the joke, other times you are the one taking the mick - but you have to be able to take both equally.
Sadly it seems, there are some that don't share this philosophy.
Naming no names (obviously), but one such person has taken umbridge at something that has clearly been done by his colleagues to wind him up over a certain CRN event.
I will say now that it wasn't us and maybe the culprit(s) are actually slightly closer to home?
If they wouldn't mind stopping now because, actually, nobody is laughing.
(well, I am. But only on the inside).
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