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Old 03-13-09, 10:27 AM   #1
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One Woman Keeling Machine ...

Yes.

It was me.

Seems I forgot I had a container of steamed broccoli with garlic from like, oh ... mid last week.

And it was powerful. That one second "foof" test was enough!

Since I didn't want those fumes in my office area, I decided to dispose of it in the ladies room across the hall.

Stealthily I snuck in the the restroom, dumped the container into the general garbage and ran out

Oh, the cries of pain.

GOOD GAWD what is that?!?!
WTH is that smell?
I can't go in there, nu-uh - I'm outta here.

Woman with a 2 yr old: SHHHHHHHHEEEEE--EEEWWWW!!!!! Man that is worse than yo diaper!


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heheee.....I think we've all done something like that before. Funny when a co-worker suddenly ends up with something nasty and/or smelly in their cubicle garbage.

WTH did that come from? It's not mine.

Sure....sure it's not yours.
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Yes.

It was me.

Seems I forgot I had a container of steamed broccoli with garlic from like, oh ... mid last week.

And it was powerful. That one second "foof" test was enough!

Since I didn't want those fumes in my office area, I decided to dispose of it in the ladies room across the hall.

Stealthily I snuck in the the restroom, dumped the container into the general garbage and ran out

Oh, the cries of pain.

GOOD GAWD what is that?!?!
WTH is that smell?
I can't go in there, nu-uh - I'm outta here.

Woman with a 2 yr old: SHHHHHHHHEEEEE--EEEWWWW!!!!! Man that is worse than yo diaper!





Sometimes, the expedient thing is to dispose of the container also....
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Old 03-13-09, 10:37 AM   #4
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Sometimes, the expedient thing is to dispose of the container also....
Thought about it ... a lot, but it's my roommate's and he doesn't have many containers left out of the set that he likes ...

I thought about it real hard, it was that bad
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well, at least you didn't have to carry pickled garlic on a domestic flight/train ride.

it leaked somewhere along the trip and I could smell it through the 8hrs or so of travelling.
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wow, and I thought you started working on sailboats. I was going to let you fair my keel.
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Could you have flushed it and disposed of the evidence?
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What fun would that have been?
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One of my former co-workers (Todd) once lobbed a bag of garbage across the office at another co-worker (Steve). Steve let it go, believing that revenge is a dish best served cold.

Later that night, after Todd had left, Steve took the bag of trash back to Todd's desk. He opened the bottom drawer (which was mostly empty), placed the bag of trash inside, and then tore the bottom of the bag open. About a week later, Todd opened the drawer, found the trash, and yanked the bag out. All of its contents spilled inside his desk drawer! It didn't smell bad, but the look on Todd's face was a Kodak moment.
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Why were they throwing KT around the office?
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One of my former co-workers (Todd) once lobbed a bag of garbage across the office at another co-worker (Steve). Steve let it go, believing that revenge is a dish best served cold.

Later that night, after Todd had left, Steve took the bag of trash back to Todd's desk. He opened the bottom drawer (which was mostly empty), placed the bag of trash inside, and then tore the bottom of the bag open. About a week later, Todd opened the drawer, found the trash, and yanked the bag out. All of its contents spilled inside his desk drawer! It didn't smell bad, but the look on Todd's face was a Kodak moment.
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Old 03-13-09, 01:09 PM   #12
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Could you have flushed it and disposed of the evidence?
Nooooo - This bathroom is the 2nd worst on campus according to the cleaners. It's actually nasty in 3 out of the 7 stalls all the time. And they plug up all the time. Can't tell you how many times they've had to bring in the heavy artillery to unplug a toilet - they leave the main door open and I hear everything.

Including they guys talking. hehe the one guy sounds like Groundskeeper Willie on the Simpsons.

Arrgh this is a tough one!
<uses the snake>
<flush>
Arrrgh - I got the sucker going!

no messing with those touchy things ...
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Thanks Tude, I needed to laugh today and You made it happen.

And extra points for not flushing.

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