Male CoWorker #1: Yeah, I heard she’s a squatter.
Male CoWorker #2: Really, she doesn’t have a place to live?
Male CoWorker #1: No, she squats above the toilet seat when she goes to the restroom. It gets everywhere so HR is going to talk to her.
Male CoWorker #2: Damn dude, can you imagine what the bathroom in her house looks like?
Plumber to our receptionist: I’m here to fix the urinal.
Female receptionist: Is that in the women’s restroom or the men’s?
Stupid Laws in Delaware…
It is illegal to fly over any body of water, unless one is carrying sufficient supplies of food and drink.
Stupid Laws in Lewes Delaware…
It is illegal to wear pants that are “firm fitting” around the waist.
Getting married on a dare is grounds for an annulment.
Stupid Laws in Rehoboth Beach Delaware…
No person shall change clothes in his or her vehicle.
On Halloween, children may only “trick-or-treat” from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, and if Halloween falls on a Sunday, they must “trick-or-treat” on October 30 during this same time interval.
Changing into or out of a bathing suit in a public restroom is prohibited.
Six-year-old girls may not run around without being fully clothed.
Alcohol may not be served in nightclubs if dancing is occurring on the premises at the same time.
I swear this is a true story. At a previous company there were restrooms tucked away in all corners of the office space. Some were marked “men” and “women” and some were unisex.
In a weekly progress report session with my immediate supervisor, I was told that a Department Manager from another department had called to complain that they noticed an offensive odor in one of the unisex bathrooms after I had used it.
I laughed it off and said, “Well, it’s supposed to if you use it right.”
I was informed, with all seriousness, that to “avoid future trouble” I should not use that particular restroom any longer. I went to the head of HR and was told the same thing; “Perhaps you should use another restroom in the future to avoid any misunderstandings.”
Later, the same Department Manager called my supervisor to complain that I was frequently seen on their side of the building and they wanted to know why. I looked at my supervisor and and said, “Well, if you move my company mail box and the employee lunchroom and vending machines to this side of the building, I’d never go over there again.”
My supervisor agreed that I had a “good point.”