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American inventor Chester Carlson makes the first xerographic copy, and with it, forever changes the nature of workplace humor.
'And the crazy thing is - I never knew I was such a funny guy until I got made boss!'
'Wilson, this company needs to be better in touch with today's youth. Pierce your nipples and have a report on my desk by Monday.'
'Your sales figures drop off dramatically during the winter months.'
'I recognize the face ... I just can't pin down the name.'
'That man is not our superior - he's just our boss.'
"This call may be recorded and used to entertain our staff at their Christmas party."
'Henderson likes to keep a low profile.'
'How did things go at the office today?'
'Personally, I think PC humour's gone too far.'
Out of order, out of order.
Smoking (outside), No Smoking (inside).
'Have I caught you at a bad time?' (fishing pole)
'I'm just here to pay you a compliment.'
"Marketing hired a golf pro as our spokesperson. Finally, we've got someone on the ball around here."
"William, no more butting heads with your coworkers."
No matter where he worked, Frank always found himself six cubicles of separation removed from the fun crowd.
"Crap in" and "crap out"
"For quality control purposes, this phone call may be recorded and replayed for laughs at various office parties throughout our company."