Top 10 reasons why you’d miss work

December 11, 2007

 10. Cubicles. Dilbert gave cubicles a bad rep. Cubicles are like a daytime slumber party. You can goof around, shoot rubber bands, and listen in on other’s conversations.

9. Stress relief. The real world is serious stuff: money, health, kids, fighting with the spouse. It may be counter-intuitive, but work is where you get away from all that stress.

8. Money. Scamming people gets old; real money is hard to come by unless you’re working.

7. Coworkers. Where else can you meet and interact with so many people you have things in common with? Work is a veritable cornucopia of friendship possibilities.

6. Free office supplies. Come on, we all do it.

5. Weekends and vacations. If you’re not working, weekends and vacations wouldn’t be half as much fun.

4. Dysfunctional boss. What else would you and your coworkers have to bitch about over beers if not your abusive, dysfunctional boss?

3. Fluorescent lights. Okay, I got nothing here. They suck.

2. Anecdotes. Work provides an endless supply of dysfunctional anecdotes. Sure, you can talk about politics, religion and kids, but it gets old fast.

1. No housework. The only get-out-of-housework-free card I know is working. The harder you work and the more money you make, the less housework you have to do.



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