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If you find it very boring in the office, here are some tips:

1. Form a detective agency to find out who is quitting next.

2. Make blank calls to your Boss.

3. Rearrange the furniture, i.e. flick someone else's chair just to irritate him/her.

4. Watch other people changing their facial ex-pressions while working and

try changing your ex-pressions also.

5. Make faces at strangers in office.

6. Have a two hour lunch; it's a big social occasion.

7. Learn to whistle.

8. Practice aiming the coffee cup into the dustbin.

9. Compile "How to waste your day"

10. Pick up phone and dial non-existing nos.

11. Have work breaks in between tea.

12. Count maximum no of applications your computer can open at time.

13. For Win NT/95 users....Move things to Recycle bin and restore them..Then repeat this process.

14. Look at someone & try to imagine how(s) he/she might have looked when(s) he/she was 5 years old.

15. Read jokes and send jokes.

16. Make full use of the comfortable chair and table provided and take a



Rahul S :D

Very interesting and innovative. Item 17 could be add other options of your own which could be quite engrossing if they are as good as the ones you have given.
If the boredom is of an intensive and recurrent nature, it is better to change occupations if possible.- http://mypyp.wordpress.com/

hey what suggestiong you are giving
if the HR of your comapny comes to know then they will become more strict by seeing u as wasting time.......
one my suggestion is that we shud not disturb others when we are feeling bore
:( :(

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