When I got to work yesterday the admin building smelled amazing and vanilla-esque. Not that it usually smells bad, in face I've never noticed a smell to it really. At the time I was distracted by a red faced teenager having a temper tantrum so I didn't think too much of it.
Later. My work buddy Crissy called me from the admin building to tell me that it still smelled awesome, which was good news. She thought that their was a candle burning in one of the offices, which was bad news. Worst news was that the office door was locked and we didn't have a key to it and wouldn't be able to get into it for another six hours.
We made the executive decision to periodically check to see if the building had burned down. We figured it was the least we could do. As the night came to a close I called Crissy and asked her if the building had burned down.
Crissy responded matter of fact. "I don't think so. I don't hear any sirens."
Apparently in this neighborhood we have ninja firemen who can just sense a fire. Aren't we lucky?
The building did not burn down. I'm not going to lie, I was a tad disappointed since it was the HR office and I hoped they'd lose any records of how much I got paid. And when they asked me, I would be happy to let them know it was 20.00 an hour. Opportunity missed.
What's the weirdest conversation you've had at work?