Rural Indiana
Submitted by jcharles on Tue, 08/09/2005 - 11:35am. Wisdom
"You live around 400 South, right?"

"Yeah. Don't drive by."

I was wondering why we should stay away, until he continued the story:

"So then the other neighbor comes out, and he takes out a shotgun..."

- two co-workers, as I was walking by, Indiana
It's a spider!
Submitted by jcharles on Tue, 07/26/2005 - 6:39am. Funny
"If somebody doesn't kill that spider, April's going home."

* a little while later *

"You can call me a sissypants all day long. I really don't care."

- two co-workers (one named April), a few rows away, cubicle farm, Indiana
Surfer DBA
Submitted by jcharles on Mon, 07/11/2005 - 6:49am. Funny
"I just want to write to that dude. I mean, there must be, like, some serious floater action going on."

- a co-worker, in a cubicle nearby
Ah, the joys of middle management
Submitted by jcharles on Thu, 01/13/2005 - 8:14pm. Bizarre
"Hey baby. I've been looking for you."

"Where were you all afternoon?! ...and where are those trailers? Bend over!"

- my supervisor and his manager, both male, as they were passing my cubicle
Does he even work here?
Submitted by jcharles on Thu, 01/13/2005 - 7:47pm. Beautiful
"And then the marijuana smell started coming up from under the door, so I grabbed a towel..."

- the owner of the janitorial service, talking on a phone in the printer bay at work, a few days ago

Perhaps it's just me, but work seems to be getting weirder lately.
Help desk honesty
Submitted by jcharles on Tue, 12/14/2004 - 2:50pm. Funny
"You call me from the bar, okay? This one's a lot easier to explain under alcohol."

- one of our support personnel, on the phone with a client
I have no idea.
Submitted by jcharles on Wed, 06/09/2004 - 11:56am. Bizarre
"Come on, Harry!"

"No. My knees don't bend that way."

"But if you put both feet together...I bet it would work."

- a girl and two guys at the Lilac Festival

Really, no clue what this was about. I'm open to suggestions. There were 5 or 6 people altogether and they were all laughing hysterically, except for Harry. I should perhaps explain that the Lilac Festival takes place in a park full of, well, lilacs.
Submitted by jcharles on Wed, 04/07/2004 - 5:54pm. Bizarre
I am so tired today. I did manage to get four hours of sleep last night, which is a nice change.

Anybody else awake?

How are you, Mike?