Mandatory Office Trevia Knight | New Yorker

Welcome back to the office – from the whole company, especially C-Level – Brad, Brad, Chad, and Depton, Jr.! Isn’t it funny that there was a time when we thought we would never set foot in this place again? Ha! Although productivity has increased technically while working from home, nothing can replace the feeling of sitting with our lower-level employees who have found it impossible to care for children.

We understand that this transition to an uncomplicated schedule in the office can be difficult for some people, and we want you to know that we have your back. With that in mind, we’re pleased to announce that we will be hosting a mandatory Trivia Night in Conference Room P on Thursdays from 6:30 to 8 p.m. pm There will be breakfast but no dinner and of course beer!

“How can I definitely prepare for this year’s Team Bonding Event?” You have to ask yourself.

Well, don’t tell the deputy, junior, who’s quite a sticker and has been in Hampton indefinitely, but we’ve decided to give you a glimpse of the trivia rounds coming up on Thursday so you can read. On time, of course. You can expect this on our return to Office Super Fan Mandatory Trevia Night.

Abbreviations: This era will test you by giving you popular acronyms and asking you to write down what they stand for. For the best, latest internal abbreviations, please refer to our recently updated 2021 Office Manual. For example, WFH means “working from here,” PTO means “keep on tie” and OO means “mandatory overtime.”

Geography: After many months at home, this era will definitely enlighten you. We’ll show you pictures of the landmarks you wanted to visit, and write down where they are. Forget the Eiffel Tower – we know the places you missed the most. For example, do you remember exactly where Office Scanner is located? How about new Where does a piece of paper and Gina put those hard, sad, little bagels on someone’s birthday?

Nineties Trivia: This is for free! In this era, we will increase the heat to 55 degrees to melt your limbs, which you may have forgotten to numb in our 62 degree office. When you can feel your feet again, it will be much easier for you to answer the basic questions!

Movies: It’s pop culture time, people. In this era, Chad’s executive assistant, James, will spoil the ending of the recently released films, just as he did back that day. Your job is to write the names of the celebrities working in these films, which you will no longer be interested in watching. “Amazing! It’s just like the old days!” You would say to yourself, as James explains the last minute of “The Matrix 4”. But pay close attention – James will only repeat himself three to ten times.

Audio round: Audio Files will love these audio files! As of this morning, we are recording employees crying softly at the bathroom stalls. We’ll play you crying clips about our co-workers returning to the office, and you’ll write the names of those who are crying. Watch live, player – the next clip could be you!

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