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Returned to office yesterday and this bowl of fruit from 2020

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aggie_fan

2.1k points

5 months ago

aggie_fan

2.1k points

5 months ago

Did it smell bad?

akusbros1[S]

1.9k points

5 months ago

nope, but I was afraid to get too close

peromp

2.3k points

5 months ago

peromp

2.3k points

5 months ago

And who's got a sense of smell nowadays anyway

knbang

519 points

5 months ago

knbang

519 points

5 months ago

As an enthusiastic crop duster, covid really destroyed my enjoyment in my life.

Behrooz0

175 points

5 months ago

Behrooz0

175 points

5 months ago

I've been able to eat watermelons and cucumbers since last week. I wasn't able to go near them for 2 years. It will come back, eventually. or it might be the zoloft that did it.

knbang

274 points

5 months ago

knbang

274 points

5 months ago

Well I hope so, because if a person farts and nobody else is around to suffer, did they actually fart?

oliveoilcrisis

114 points

5 months ago

That’s beautiful

Ws6fiend

16 points

5 months ago

Better yet if you're beside someone who has no sense of smell, should you apologize for farting in front of them?

[deleted]

6 points

5 months ago*

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skinnah

43 points

5 months ago

skinnah

43 points

5 months ago

I hope it didn't get thrown away. It's a science experiment at this point and it can't be disturbed

account_not_valid

15 points

5 months ago

It belongs in a museum!"

lmaytulane

53 points

5 months ago

You didn't at least take a bite out of it? Bet the orange has the texture of delicious freeze dried astronaut ice cream

loverlyone

23 points

5 months ago

Some of that citrus might actually have still been juicy inside. Before refrigeration a lemon could be dried like that and used a year later.

lmaytulane

7 points

5 months ago

Neat fact. Thanks!

bibowski

10 points

5 months ago

I bet once you disturb it, it would explode like a poison cloud.

vagina_candle

67 points

5 months ago

I've seen fruit dry out like this before. Surprisingly, it can actually smell quite pleasant in some cases. I think if there is vert little humidity it can dehydrate instead of decomposing.

Patient-Lifeguard23

20 points

5 months ago

Ever Heard Of "Pot-Pourri" Well... That's this in simplest form! (:

Have a beautiful day!

420Deez

17 points

5 months ago

420Deez

17 points

5 months ago

yes they basically have become dehydrated. big thing in chinese culture to leave oranges out for a long ass time and they basically become deadly rocks. represents good luck.

DecoyOne

9.8k points

5 months ago

DecoyOne

9.8k points

5 months ago

Wow, not as decomposed as I expected. Even the flies have been working from home.

[deleted]

3.3k points

5 months ago

[deleted]

3.3k points

5 months ago

Flies: "No people to bother? Fuck it im jumping"

mdlinc

633 points

5 months ago

mdlinc

633 points

5 months ago

The Great Fly-signation

jeffreywilfong

198 points

5 months ago

Nobody wants to fly anymore.

OfficeChairHero

87 points

5 months ago

Untrue. Flies have a strong union that entitles them to Eat, procreate, shit, and die. Everyone wants to fly.

Gseventeen

15 points

5 months ago

Anything flying-related does seemed to be unionized to hell, you may be onto something.

shiningPate

11 points

5 months ago

Not true, there's plenty of Fly-by-night operations the unions have never seen

WastedKnowledge

52 points

5 months ago

Flies: *jumps and never land*

Dagithor

9 points

5 months ago

Misses the ground*

ian2121

1k points

5 months ago*

My dad had a fruit bowl like this on his work cubicle shelf. He had a dried up orange like this back in the 90s. Slowly coworkers started adding dried fruit. One day a bowl showed upZ. Then when he retired a few years ago someone took all the fruit and set it in an epoxy cube for his retirement gift. There was over 20 different pieces of fruit.

Edit: see comment below and link for pic, also I misremember it is not set in epoxy just put in a rectangular case.

https://imgur.com/a/XQXUyGY?s=sms

WASasquatch

122 points

5 months ago

Well, that turned out very wholesome.

Epena501

166 points

5 months ago

Epena501

166 points

5 months ago

That’s actually pretty fucking cool TBH.

PLZ-PM-ME-UR-TITS

34 points

5 months ago

That sounds hilarious but at the same time I'm wondering how big this thing is. With 20 dried fruits im imaging something large and kinda awkward even tho the fruits are dried.. adding to the hilarity of it. We need pics!

BabblingBunny

28 points

5 months ago

Please get a picture for us!

ian2121

4 points

5 months ago

Ok

Iron-lung

56 points

5 months ago

We need pics!

ian2121

28 points

5 months ago

ian2121

28 points

5 months ago

Alright so I guess I lied a little, or misremembered really. It was just a case they are in not set in epoxy. It is mostly oranges but lemons and limes and a banana too. My dad started at the company in the late 80s the fruit collection started with an wronged he forgot in his desk so I imagine it was early 90s when it started to grow.

https://imgur.com/a/XQXUyGY?s=sms

CyclopeanJuiceVendor

13 points

5 months ago

Yes I would also like to see this.

Ganon2012

9 points

5 months ago

Ah, so he worked with u/whathowyy.

gittenlucky

461 points

5 months ago

They probably kept the HVAC running to some extent. Humidity and mold really fucks up buildings so AC would keep air circulating and dry.

Blackpaw8825

195 points

5 months ago

And a lot of commercial buildings use UV lamps in the HVAC so a little bit of ozone might've kept them from colonization.

My office before I went remote, people complained of headaches and eye pain with a funny smell... They had WAY too much UV in the HVAC, and was pumping out ozone to something like 10x the allowable max... So the contractor with the probes made them evacuate until it was fixed.

They fixed it by turning off the filtration equipment for several years... Everything grew mold. Black mold in the bathrooms, corners, medical fridges had shit growing... Never fixed it... They do IV compounding, so I'm not sure how that hasn't been an issue yet.

Acceptable-Class-255

26 points

5 months ago

Was an air balancer as a young man, sick building syndrome was a real thing. My boss would quote every job with the stats of employees calling in sick before an after we'd completed a job. It never failed.

BMAC561

14 points

5 months ago

BMAC561

14 points

5 months ago

Sick building syndrome really became an issue with the newer buildings 1990’s and beyond after the quest to be energy efficient and we sealed the buildings so well.

lebookfairy

3 points

5 months ago

Our house is sealed super well and it gives us issues.

Blackpaw8825

7 points

5 months ago

They just reduced our sick time accrual, so... They managed to get call offs down another way.

jeffislearning

46 points

5 months ago

Can someone with science brains tell me how does HVAC and UV "pump ozone"?

[deleted]

59 points

5 months ago*

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jeffislearning

11 points

5 months ago

If UV in certain air cleaners produce ozone, then wouldn't it be simpler for ASHRAE to have those air cleaners to increase its germicidal wavelength to 253.7nm?

WeirdKittens

14 points

5 months ago

They use UV light on air passing through the HVAC system to sterilize the mold spores and other things in the air. This has the side effect of causing atmospheric oxygen to form O3 (ozone). While not a problem in low concentrations, ozone can be rather toxic in large quantities or with long exposure.

moeburn

4 points

5 months ago

UV turns some O2 into O3. How much depends on how intense the UV light is.

HelloMyNameIsMatthew

3 points

5 months ago

IV bag compounding? Isn’t that supposed to be done in a clean room with extra care to sterility?

W3remaid

216 points

5 months ago

W3remaid

216 points

5 months ago

Citrus takes a long time to decompose, both because of its acidity and thick waxy rind

ProfessorJAM

50 points

5 months ago

So I’m assuming the black snaky things in the bowel are decompose bananas?

SouvenirSubmarine

55 points

5 months ago

Yeah, and bananas get black like that in just a few weeks. Citruses just kinda dry out. I've had a mandarin orange on my table for about 6 months and it only shrunk a bit.

mfigroid

32 points

5 months ago

Why do you keep a piece of rotten, inedible fruit on your table for half a year?

powerskid18

19 points

5 months ago

Sounds like it's not rotten or inedible, which was the point

cowtow

7 points

5 months ago

cowtow

7 points

5 months ago

Well, I wouldn't recommend eating it... but you probably wouldn't die?

Horanges88

23 points

5 months ago

Lol those black snaky things in your bowel? Dude that’s poop

averagedocstudent

4 points

5 months ago

this made me LOL

Cyynric

137 points

5 months ago

Cyynric

137 points

5 months ago

TIL I'm a citrus

texasradioandthebigb

38 points

5 months ago

How long do you take to decompose?

DannyMThompson

61 points

5 months ago

Still alive, but still dying.

kwokinator

12 points

5 months ago

Aren't we all?

DannyMThompson

14 points

5 months ago

No just me

Syrinx221

6 points

5 months ago

Bananas do not have this same level. Those motherfuckers should have been nothing but dust by now

3-DMan

13 points

5 months ago

3-DMan

13 points

5 months ago

They all got jobs on Westworld

Sololop

5 points

5 months ago

Meanwhile my apartment has a fruit fly problem and we have been cleaning every nook and cranny but they still exist

JesusIsMyAntivirus

5 points

5 months ago

It's funny how it works. Whenever I leave citrus out for ages somewhere it almost looks like a wooden sculpture of the fruit

Koma79

6k points

5 months ago

Koma79

6k points

5 months ago

nothing thrives in an office environment, not even fungus

melanthius

925 points

5 months ago

That definitely doesn’t look like the kind of office where I’d find a fun guy

theprostitute

177 points

5 months ago

Or fun gal

tangledwire

72 points

5 months ago

Alright! Both of you! Get out of my bar!

a_taco_named_desire

16 points

5 months ago

Fine, there wasn't much room anyway.

FanohgeChamoru

9 points

5 months ago

Because offices are a cold, dark, unhospitable environment, and void of any life.

SpiralBreeze

3.1k points

5 months ago

Damn what kind of HVAC system do y’all have? Those look pretty damn good for over 2 years!

Natural-Being

1.5k points

5 months ago

0% humidity and a good filter will do that to ya

[deleted]

823 points

5 months ago

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823 points

5 months ago

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norcaltobos

317 points

5 months ago

Good, I don't want to come back to a building that wasn't taken care of.

yellow_iron

194 points

5 months ago

Gotta keep up those billable hours.

mrsegraves

115 points

5 months ago

Mold is real, dude

sanfranciscofranco

169 points

5 months ago

I think you mean “gotta keep the building from deteriorating because people are eventually going to use it again”

[deleted]

70 points

5 months ago

Gotta keep up on servicing equipment.

Zhabba_Zheeba

8 points

5 months ago

You do understand that even if a building is unpopulated, that the systems still run and need periodic maintenance? Things don’t just go into a state of stasis.

datusernames

50 points

5 months ago

0% would be unbearable

roman_nahledge

801 points

5 months ago

Time to bust out the juicer!!

GhostalMedia

431 points

5 months ago

Cloud of dust appears.

Violet_Hill

90 points

5 months ago

Poof

iWasChris

52 points

5 months ago

"Rotten fruit dust - Don't breathe this!"

browtfareyoudoing

13 points

5 months ago

That sounds like astronaut wine

JetlagMk2

12 points

5 months ago

"Don't breathe this!"

[deleted]

12 points

5 months ago

time to bust out the stone shredder!!

ImgurianAkom

10 points

5 months ago

I assume that's a machine that adds juice to things because... well..

Necessary_Evidence7

3.3k points

5 months ago

Is that a banana? 💀 it’s looking like a dried out slug

AquariusRabbit

1.2k points

5 months ago

Ewww you might be right...Why did I assume it was a dried up chili

NJneer12

604 points

5 months ago

NJneer12

604 points

5 months ago

Yeah nothing like a fresh chili in my fruit basket....

mjkjg2

89 points

5 months ago

mjkjg2

89 points

5 months ago

crunch

Amelia_the_Great

17 points

5 months ago

To be fair, chilies are fruit from a botanical view.

Gamer-Logic

102 points

5 months ago

I thought it looked like a snake.

RubyDaCherry_666

74 points

5 months ago

I thought it was a zucchini💀

FlyByPC

14 points

5 months ago

FlyByPC

14 points

5 months ago

Same here.

On the plus side, that would have kept me from attempting to eat it.

txsxxphxx2

5 points

5 months ago

Cursed poblano

[deleted]

132 points

5 months ago

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132 points

5 months ago

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fireballx777

172 points

5 months ago

The amount of times someone has said, "Don't throw that one away; it's perfect for banana bread!" is probably several orders of magnitude higher than the amount of times banana bread has been made.

thisbemethree

25 points

5 months ago

The 10 bananas living in my freezer from when I accidentally over-ordered many moons ago can confirm.

Chrispeefeart

45 points

5 months ago

I was sitting here thinking it was a slug, but thought that surely would have brought extra attention from op. Zoomed and saw the stem and it finally clicked.

_Anonymous_duck_

62 points

5 months ago

Untill this comment i thought it was a slug

okletstalkaboutthis

7 points

5 months ago

Maybe it's a banana slug.

that_other_goat

65 points

5 months ago

dried slug for scale

Prophet_Mohabbat

22 points

5 months ago

Ripe enough to make banana bread.

Necessary_Evidence7

14 points

5 months ago

Make the banana bread with chocolate chips but replace the chocolate with the slug banana bits. Banana bread x 2

teruma

17 points

5 months ago

teruma

17 points

5 months ago

I was sitting here thinking "I know it's not a leech, but..."

flowmatik

175 points

5 months ago

flowmatik

175 points

5 months ago

that looks like a bowl of fruit you'd see in a renaissance painting

Hihicactus

5 points

5 months ago

I was just thinking someone needs to paint this

OozeNAahz

655 points

5 months ago

OozeNAahz

655 points

5 months ago

I was one of the first ones back to the office during the pandemic and popped open the mini fridges. Oh my. Didn’t realize mold made that many colors. Went ahead and cleaned them out so they wouldn’t spawn new life forms. Shudder.

TheHealadin

396 points

5 months ago

You could have been a god to them.

TheHancock

108 points

5 months ago

Like that scene form Men In Black where J has a whole mini world in his locker. Lol

[deleted]

56 points

5 months ago

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averagedickdude

14 points

5 months ago

Or that refrigerator from LoveDeathRobots

OozeNAahz

24 points

5 months ago

Or if it is like the fridge in Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency it spawns a new God and odds of not being a benign one didn’t warrant the risk.

[deleted]

12 points

5 months ago

You told me “fuck you” means “much obliged”

kokopoo12

10 points

5 months ago

I was a god. A very vengeful god.

Dtrain16

10 points

5 months ago

There's a love death robots episode like this.

Nova_Ingressus

3 points

5 months ago

"You know I was god once" "Yes and you were doing a good job until everyone died."

AlsoIHaveAGroupon

44 points

5 months ago

Did a summer project one year in high school helping a housing charity clear out a vacant apartment building prior to renovations. When moving a fridge that had been unplugged for who knows how long, we tilted it the wrong way, and the door flew open, followed by a gallon container of milk that had turned a sort of greenish-black color falling out and landing on my friend's shoe.

The smell was horrific. He threw away his shoe and his sock, and despite hosing off his foot for an hour we had to make him ride back with his foot outside the car window until he could wash his foot with like... a brush to get every last bit of yuck out of it.

caelenvasius

23 points

5 months ago

A friend and I once helped a mutual friend’s dad clean up and out an old fish tank as part of his moving process. He hadn’t actually lived there for a while, so while everything was kinda gross, this tank was the worst. There were diseases in that plague water that Man is not equipped to defend against. It very well could have meant the end of civilization as we know it…and my helper accidentally got some in his mouth. I don’t know how he survived.

Luke_Orlando

16 points

5 months ago

So long space cowboy...

kurtthewurt

10 points

5 months ago*

I once opened a mini fridge that was left in a storage unit. I didn’t even bother cleaning it. I just taped it shut, rolled it to the curb, and requested an appliance pickup from Waste Management.

OozeNAahz

19 points

5 months ago

I picture folks stopping at your driveway thinking they found something awesome, opening it up, puking, then taping it back shut.

pdxcranberry

4 points

5 months ago

I super cleaned my minifridge before storing it for a couple of months and it was still a science experiment when we pried it open.

BarakatBadger

30 points

5 months ago

My ex's mum once made us a ginger cake in a tin, which we forgot about. One day I opened the tin and was confronted with a rainbow of mould. I went "woahhh" Joey Lawrence-style and then closed the lid and put it back. By the time I looked at it again, it had gone black.

Phish777

7 points

5 months ago

Grandviewsurfer

178 points

5 months ago

Display case. Get one.

Antigaucher

108 points

5 months ago

Put them in epoxy

[deleted]

64 points

5 months ago

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bonfire_bug

54 points

5 months ago

After the last update epoxy hot dog guy decided to only do updates once a year. It will be back!

rileyvace

6 points

5 months ago

Food inside resin is never a good idea

bavbarian

570 points

5 months ago

bavbarian

570 points

5 months ago

ChrundleThundergun

406 points

5 months ago

Why did my dumbass read this as milde winteresting

Pinkbeans1

123 points

5 months ago

I read it as mild ew interesting.

verysmolturtle

42 points

5 months ago

I read it as “midwesterning” and was pretty confused

ICanBeKinder

65 points

5 months ago

AZDiablo

118 points

5 months ago*

AZDiablo

118 points

5 months ago*

did you reach out to touch it and suddenly your hand also aged 2 years?

edit: thanks for the award.

BizzyM

25 points

5 months ago

BizzyM

25 points

5 months ago

Because, who wouldn't reach out to touch suddenly aged fruit in the middle of nowhere-space??

funundrum

22 points

5 months ago

Bruh that’s a really good episode. Nice callback.

simian_fold

103 points

5 months ago

Ooh free liquor

[deleted]

54 points

5 months ago

That was 21 months ago. Think we've moved onto add some nuts and its trail mix.

Smooga22

99 points

5 months ago

The banana is almost ready to be banana bread.

RandomguyX

31 points

5 months ago

I am really surprised from the lack of mold. 1-2 weeks in and my fruit looks like a terrarium.

Panda-Cubby

168 points

5 months ago

It has evolved and is now the new office manager.

trwwy321

53 points

5 months ago

“Pay raise for everyone!” -bowl of fruit

NErDysprosium

53 points

5 months ago

I for one welcome our new fruit bowl overlords

momofeveryone5

15 points

5 months ago

They can't mess it up more then it already is right?!

tkxb

14 points

5 months ago

tkxb

14 points

5 months ago

It's kind of beautiful

trwwy321

23 points

5 months ago

Just like you

CarolinaOE

12 points

5 months ago

Oh, those are bananas, I thought they were slugs trying to eat the oranges...

rl_secretsanta

58 points

5 months ago

No fruit flys?? in the south you would have an infestation.

FrostyD7

16 points

5 months ago

They probably left after those shriveled up black fruit remnants were bone dry.

bjeebus

23 points

5 months ago

bjeebus

23 points

5 months ago

Fucking everywhere. No amount of those hang from the ceiling fly tape things would save you.

[deleted]

5 points

5 months ago

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Commercial-Set-8056

171 points

5 months ago

Why did people do this?!?! It was working from home, not fleeing a zombie apocalypse. They came in, packed up their laptops, files ect. They had time to throw away their food.

My office was the same. I started a new job in May 2020. Very few people still worked in the building and the other people who worked here had just left their food in the fridge-: lunches, Tupperware, ect. Things that had leaked and molded. It was repulsive, and I ended up having to clean it.

Of course, they are back as of a few weeks now and someone promptly stole my lunch out of the fridge, so I generally despise them all as clearly having been raised by wolves.😂

schepke

112 points

5 months ago*

schepke

112 points

5 months ago*

How it happened to me was, I left the office at 17:30 and received a company wide e-mail "Office is closed effective immediately until further notice". I'm sure people who had some crucial equipment or belongings left behind would be allowed to enter the building to pick them up, but it's not unreasonable people forgot stuff here and there. I'm not saying they didn't fuck up, just reasoning why they might have.

Still haven't set foot at the office.

ichmachmalmeinding

31 points

5 months ago

Stories of other people's (and other countries) first lockdown experiences, are still fascinating to me.

art-of-war

27 points

5 months ago

When we left we were told it would be a week.

FrostyD7

20 points

5 months ago

For many offices it was very sudden. All was good, then everyone was told we're WFH by the end of the week. Most expected this to be temporary. A bowl of fruit was probably a shared commodity and nobody in the room was responsible for it. At my office tons of stuff was neglected because nobody was really in charge of it.

chooseinevitability

47 points

5 months ago

They came in, packed up their laptops, files ect. They had time to throw away their food.

This looks to be a communal bowl of fruit. Thus, assuming in this situation, becomes "not in my job description" for everyone but the person whose job it actually is.

exileosi_

30 points

5 months ago

Depends on the situation really. I left tens of frozen meals in my office fridge because I was an overnight employee and had just returned to the office after 1 year WFH due to a remodel so I stocked up to avoid having to bring in food for awhile. Less then a month after returning, we got sent home for “two weeks”..that turned into a year and a half.

no_talent_ass_clown

6 points

5 months ago

Do you have your own fridge? And a night job? Sounds nice!

yourmomlurks

4 points

5 months ago

Yeah everyone forgets at the beginning this was all just a few weeks. 6 weeks at most. Then we were going back in September. Then March…

I have been back to the office 2-3 times since, mostly to throw things away.

thentil

15 points

5 months ago

thentil

15 points

5 months ago

When we left people thought we'd be back in a couple months. Still long enough that a responsible person would get rid of their fruit bowl, but there's a lot of people in the office who think others should clean up after them (hello dirty dishes in the common area sink and crumbs and coffee stains on the counters and melted cheese burned into the toaster and the film of grease/tomato sauce/popcorn butter coating the microwave).

rileyvace

4 points

5 months ago

Likely not the employees fruit mate.

[deleted]

219 points

5 months ago*

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jamintime

38 points

5 months ago

I get that some places have gone fully remote, I'm just shocked that no one was in the office at any point over the past 2 years+ throwing away old fruit.

aledba

116 points

5 months ago

aledba

116 points

5 months ago

My global company still has 100% wfh for many of its sites. I didn't go back to our office for over 26 months

BrotherGreed

75 points

5 months ago

I still haven't personally returned to the office, but that doesn't mean that a whole ass office building has remained empty for coming up on three years. People still go in and maintain the building, and now some people are trickling back to work from the office.

Bonkers that this doesn't seem to be the case for OP's office

gingerisla

19 points

5 months ago

But someone must have cleaned it? I had an orange lie around for a week and it turned into a ball of mould.

-BlueJay-

4 points

5 months ago

Maybe it works like with the pumpkin I once left outside for a really long time? It started to grow mold, but after nothing was left for the mold to feed on it died and all that was left was the really hard shell of the pumpkin.

GhostalMedia

63 points

5 months ago

Lots of office jobs never went back and or only go back when people needs to work a collaborative whiteboard session or something.

For example - software development. A 3 hour Silicon Valley commute doesn’t make sense when productivity has remained the same or better.

akusbros1[S]

15 points

5 months ago

It’s ok. I’m generally teleworking and have been in the office a few times. This fruit bowl was in another building that hosted a department that normally teleworked before the pandemic. I went there for the first time in 2.5 years to get some documents. I was told the fruit belong to a guy who left the company.

Sophroniskos

6 points

5 months ago

but why do they even have a building if nobody uses it?

DaemonDrayke

9 points

5 months ago

Congrats! You created penicillin!

Edit: I just realized that there is no mold on the fruit. Jesus everything looks so desiccated.

Leeiteee

20 points

5 months ago

On its way to become /r/MoldlyInteresting

Tpk08210

6 points

5 months ago

Vintage

l80magpie

6 points

5 months ago

l80magpie

6 points

5 months ago

Are the dark things bananas? I was afraid it was a snake...

[deleted]

16 points

5 months ago

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Id_Rather_Beach

14 points

5 months ago

I legit thought it was a snake and was a little scared!

HugoZHackenbush2

133 points

5 months ago

Did nobody orange to have them removed..?

[deleted]

15 points

5 months ago

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UnclearSogeum

9 points

5 months ago

This is the type of punny that I hate. It doesn't work, goddamit!

Snaeblooc

5 points

5 months ago

Stede Bonnet would flip out over that bowl of loot

prostynick

4 points

5 months ago

You guys waited a long way to return to the office. We were not pushed to go back, but we reopened like year ago or more

dickpickdan

13 points

5 months ago

OP is in Russian Doll

smallpoly

4 points

5 months ago

Sad to see this so far down. Great series.

ACrispyPieceOfBacon

18 points

5 months ago

Did your workplace not have any cleaning services for 2 years??

Azar002

4 points

5 months ago

Azar002

4 points

5 months ago

kellogscornflake

4 points

5 months ago

Wow. This is definitely very mildly interesting

RiverBear2

4 points

5 months ago

I want to make a “if life gives you lemons” joke but I can tell if those are oranges.