Top Ten Drawbacks To Working in a Cubicle...
10. Being told to 'Think outside the Box' when you're in a box all day long.
9. Not being able to check e-mail attachments without turning around to see who's behind you.
In fact we had people that would walk up while you were reading your e-mail and read it over your shoulder, that use to really bug me.
8. Fabric cubicle walls do not offer much protection from any kind of gunfire.
Believe me that's what I thought the last time I was working and they had just remodeled our office, sure we had a door, but the walls were put up in sections of heavy duty cloth over a metal frame and attached together to make the wall, if the door was slammed too hard, the walls looked as though they were going to fall down.
7. Always having that nagging feeling that if you press the right button, you'll get a piece of cheese!
6. Lack of roof rafters for the noose.
5. The walls are too close together for the hammock to work right.
4. There are 23 power cords but only ONE outlet.
HA!HA!, we once had a power cord strip plugged into another power cord strip so we could have more outlets, of course the fire marshall, after his inspection, made us remove one.
3. Prison cells are not only bigger... they also have beds.
2. When tours come through, you get lots of peanuts thrown at you.
and the Number One Drawback to Working in a Cubicle. . . . .
1. You can't slam the door when you quit and walk out. (I have a piece of cardboard with a knob drawn on it. I slam that quite often. Not the same effect as wood, though.)