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Its a website called Actresseswithoutteeth.net and it is odd and funny at the same time. Just scroll through and see for yourself.
#1.) "It's not you . . . It's me."
#2.) "I'm moving . . . so we should break up."
#3.) "This was incredible . . . but I'm not ready for a relationship yet."
#4.) "I'm not attracted to you anymore."
#5.) "I need my own space."
#6.) "I can't see you anymore, because I think your sister is hotter." (???)
#7.) "I can't do this anymore."
Make sure to check your workplace HR manual to see if your joke is appropriate, because pretending to get fired on April Fools' day might be funny, but actually getting the boot is not. Get inspired with these top 5 April Fools’ office pranks.
If you have a co-worker who constantly uses the stapler, consider messing with this classic office tool. Get the stapler every time they leave the room and remove all but one or two of the staples so they constantly have to refill it. Or take a note out of Jim’s playbook from The Office when he pranked Dwight by putting his stapler in a Jell-O mold.
A super-simple yet effective way to put one over on your co-worker is to rig his or her computer mouse. Simply place a strip of clear tape on the bottom of the mouse, making sure to cover the laser tracker. If you are able to log on to the computer, try changing the mouse’s settings so that the functions for right and left clicking are switched.
Work with colleagues to pull an office-wide April Fools’ joke. Collaborate with a few members of your work group to each bring in several changes of clothes. Switch out clothes throughout the day. Kick this prank up a notch by all wearing the same outfit at some point during the day. Watch as officemates do a double take.
Find a device with a really annoying beep (like a smoke alarm with a low battery) or make a digital recording of odd sounds. Tip: Download an app that makes sounds like white noise, heartbeats or beeps, if recording your own. Set the volume so it’s just barely audible and place it near your co-worker in a desk drawer, file cabinet, or even under a desk chair. This is particularly effective if office workspaces are close together because you can prank multiple victims at once. Keep a straight face as the mystery sound drives them nuts!
For an oldie-but-goodie office prank, arrive at work early while the copy machine is unattended. Place a paper clip on the copier and make several copies. Place copies back in paper supply tray. Watch as officemates try to search for the mystery paper clip that is showing up on all their copies.
Sunday is St. Patrick's Day. And you know what people LOVE when they're drunk? A know-it-all spouting random trivia facts. Here are 10 St. Patrick's Day trivia facts, so YOU can be everyone's favorite dude:
#1.) ST. PATRICK wasn't Irish. He was born in either Scotland or Wales, and was brought to Ireland as a slave.
#2.) You know what else isn't Irish? "Danny Boy". It was written by an English songwriter named Frederick Weatherly . . . he set it to an Irish melody called "Londonderry Air".
#3.) Also, "When Irish Eyes are Smiling" was written by two Americans.
#4.) St. Patrick's name wasn't Patrick. It was actually Maewyn. And the holiday marks his DEATH, not his birthday.
#5.) America is way more Irish than Ireland. There are approximately 36 million Americans with Irish ancestors. The population of Ireland is about 4.5 million.
#6.) 1% of all the beer in the WORLD is consumed on St. Patrick's Day.
#7.) Guinness sees the biggest boost of any individual beer on St. Patrick's Day. On the average day, people worldwide drink 5.5 million pints of Guinness . . . on St. Patrick's Day, it jumps to at least 13 million pints.
#8.) America's bar tab on Sunday will be approximately $245 MILLION.
#9.) Americans are in the middle of a new love affair with Irish whiskey. Sales of Irish whiskey are up 400% since 2002. They've even jumped 22.5% in the past 12 months.
#10.) Approximately 133 million American adults . . . or 56.3% of the adult population . . . will celebrate St. Patrick's Day this year. And 84% will wear green.
It happened in Tower Grove last night. HERE is the full story.