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  #1080918 4-Jul-2014 12:58
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All good fun but remember to not do anything that would be illegal, including the fork bombs.




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  #1080933 4-Jul-2014 13:05
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Don't do what I had to deal with or my team had to deal with, a leaving staff member created havoc by deleting masses amounts of work that he claimed was his. It took us many many hours work to restore it




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  #1080939 4-Jul-2014 13:12
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  #1080953 4-Jul-2014 13:27
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freitasm: All good fun but remember to not do anything that would be illegal, including the fork bombs.


I guess that rules out going postal then. frown




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  #1080964 4-Jul-2014 13:48
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Switch the M and N keys around on your keyboards.

Forward your extension to pizza hutt or some random govt department.

Hide all of the teaspoons in the kitchen, come monday morning there will be a lot of grumpy people who cannot make their morning coffee/tea

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  #1080969 4-Jul-2014 13:52
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freitasm: All good fun but remember to not do anything that would be illegal, including the fork bombs.


To further extend... best not burn bridges, you never know who you'll meet again at future jobs.

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  #1080972 4-Jul-2014 13:54
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KiwiNZ: Don't do what I had to deal with or my team had to deal with, a leaving staff member created havoc by deleting masses amounts of work that he claimed was his. It took us many many hours work to restore it


Disgruntled employee? Or just not the brightest bulb in the box?




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  #1081016 4-Jul-2014 15:00
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KiwiNZ: Don't do what I had to deal with or my team had to deal with, a leaving staff member created havoc by deleting masses amounts of work that he claimed was his. It took us many many hours work to restore it


Disgruntled employee? Or just not the brightest bulb in the box?


No just someone with an enormous feeling of self worth and thought everything he did was his. Was very good at his job just a monumental pain in the gluteus maximus to manage.




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  #1081023 4-Jul-2014 15:15
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kiwitrc: Hide a fish behind a filing cabinet.

Edit: I see XPD had a similar idea


The trick is to use a frozen fish, as you will have well and truly left the building before that baby thaws and gets real tasty smelling :D



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  #1081038 4-Jul-2014 15:36
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I'm pretty disturbed by the fish idea... Do people actually do this?

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  #1081043 4-Jul-2014 15:43
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diablo2nd: I'm pretty disturbed by the fish idea... Do people actually do this?


Sure I read a children's book where a kid did this to their teacher... Nailed it under her desk, ended up closing down the whole school for h&s and missing the ball game he was peeved at the teacher for threatening to ban him from if he dint get his work done :)

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  #1081066 4-Jul-2014 16:28
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diablo2nd: I'm pretty disturbed by the fish idea... Do people actually do this?


On cars usually..... bit of fish oil in a cars air vents or in the wheel....   especially if car gets stored in a garage.

Or some form of smelly grease/oil on the door handles... driver gets it on their hands.... if no cloths in the car they either drive with it stinking all over their hands, or on the clothes when they try wiping it off.

Getting OT now.. ;)





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  #1081224 4-Jul-2014 22:01
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While we're OT, I once put a fish in the spare wheel well of a mates XE panel van (under the floor in the back)... took about a week for him to find it.
He offered me a ride somewhere about a month after and you could still gag over it.

Dont do that.

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  #1081245 4-Jul-2014 22:58
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/me makes a list of all the people who have made destructive suggestions and adds them to the file of people to never employ :) 

Very useful guys, thanks.

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