2nd Floor Garbage Weirdness

During lunch tonight I noticed a new sign plastered against the wall in the lunchroom. The sign was placed next to the soda vending machine, and just above a steel trash bin filled with crushed soda cans. It wasn’t a politely worded sign. It was more of a rude demand. It said something to the effect of “Do not place trash in this bin. This is for aluminum can recycling only!!! – Mr. Janitor.” Interesting. The can crusher was installed on the wall right next to the bin. I hadn’t noticed it before now. This must be something entirely new and it gave me some ideas. Not very creative ideas, but ideas nonetheless.

I walked out of the lunchroom in the direction of the office cubicle maze and I saw something that stopped me dead in my tracks. Every single one of the trash cans underneath each desk had been dumped on the floor, and each trash can was sitting perfectly unmolested and empty right next to each little pile of junk. What the fuck? I walked the whole area and sure enough there wasn’t a single can filled up with garbage. All of them were dumped and placed right side up next to the trash pyrimids.

Maybe this is some new retarded method Mr. Janitor has come up with for cleaning the offices?


~ by factorypeasant on December 3, 2004.

2 Responses to “2nd Floor Garbage Weirdness”

  1. Or…maybe someone is trying to mess with Mr. Janitor.

    ~Teh One Buddha that’s Shiny ~

  2. Well, all I can say is whoever was behind this deviousness got away with it for a long time before I finally discovered what the hell was going on. At random times each week those cans would get dumped on the floor like that and it was always before Mr. Janitor could get to them. Made his job much more pleasant I’m sure…

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