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You've all known one. The brown-nosing fucker, the 'comedian', the drunk, the gossip and of course the weird one with no mates who goes bell ringing, looks like Mr Majika and sports a monk's haircut (and is a woman).

Tell us about yours...

Thanks to Deskbound for the idea

(, Thu 24 Jan 2008, 9:09)
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There is a guy at work who's nickname would give it away.
If you live in Reading you may know this guy.

This guy thinks that EVERYONE in the office likes him, though in my years of working I have never heard anyone receive the amount of caustic piss hatred that has been spouted about this guy after we have had a few sherries.

We use MSN Messenger for quick communications like a lot of big firms nowadays. Generally, it is just used to for banal requests; drudgery-filled automatons saying stuff like, 'Can you action this for me? Thx'. However, this guy consistently used it to perv on younger girls that have just joined the company. And I don't mean casual flirting. He would basically get down to the nasty right away. Asking what colour of pants they wore after three polite responses and whether or not they would like to come down to his place as his missus (the poor cow) was away with her mates for the weekend.

He did all this whilst toadying up to senior management like no fucker else I have ever seen. I am sure he would have thanked them by hand-written letter if they had dropped a bucket of shite on his head.

The other thing I hate about him is his total lack of personal space. Whenever he tells you something, he is right up against you like a limpet. Many people have tried to get away from his awful conversations to a more comfortable position but the fucker just sidles up ever-closer until there is no escape.

I hate the fucker. I really do.

Oh yeah, first post.

(, Thu 31 Jan 2008, 13:35, 4 replies)
Which, of course begs the question...

What colour pants are you wearing?
(, Thu 31 Jan 2008, 13:37, closed)
i really
HATE THAT GUY! have a clicky
(, Thu 31 Jan 2008, 13:37, closed)
It doesn't beg any questions. To beg the question is to commit the fallacy of presuming in the premises to an argument that which is to be shown in its conclusion. Do you mean "raises the question"? (Hint: yes.)

/pedantic. Sorry. Need new QoTW to keep me amused...
(, Thu 31 Jan 2008, 13:50, closed)
made the mistake of moving to Reading in the 90's.

Think I know the guy you mean cos the description covers just about every twunt in that village.
(No offense)

Are his initial PG?
(, Thu 31 Jan 2008, 14:47, closed)

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