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Footloose + The Office = Hilarity

Dancing and prancing, grooving and moving moments from The Office to the tune of Footloose. I laughed until I cried.


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May. 25th, 2007 04:53 pm (UTC)
You'll be happy to know that it looks like they will be repeating all the Office episodes I missed this season!

BTW, do you know where you can print off a Shrute buck online?
May. 25th, 2007 05:41 pm (UTC)
Yay for you! Is it called The Office: An American Workplace up your way? I just saw that somewhere and thought the extended title gave it more of a documentary feel which is appropriate. I also think it's funnier. I wish my workplace was that much fun.

And here's a link to your very own Schrute buck...

May. 25th, 2007 09:17 pm (UTC)
I've never heard of that extended title - it's just listed as The Office in the tv guide.

What would be cool is to be able to see the French and the German versions. I never really worked in a "fun" office, myself - they were mostly drab and boring and I did reception work and hated it. I hated sitting all day and I hated the canned air.

I've known a lot of Dwights in my life - but haven't we all?

Ohhhh, thanks for the link!
May. 26th, 2007 01:09 am (UTC)
Well if work was that much fun people would surely be getting fired. And I have worked with a few Dwights. One was named Paul and he saluted and stood at attention when he saw any part of an American flag even on television or if it was on a passing car. He and Dwight are soul mates.

Glad to be of service. I also found a link to the Stanley nickel! With conversion chart included. Heehee!

May. 26th, 2007 04:36 am (UTC)
Paul sounds hilarious! I would have been tempted to wear a flag hair clip and walk back and forth by his desk all day until he was driven mad.

Mind you, it sounds like it would have been a pretty short drive...
May. 28th, 2007 04:01 am (UTC)
Juannie and I met at that job and Paul was one of our favorite people to prank kind of like Jim and Pam with Du-wight. We also had another fun guy named Larry who started the same day I did. Juannie trained both of us. Larry was a whiny and pompous fellow who let us know right away that he was going to be a doctor.

On our third day, Juannie asked him, "What kind of doctor are you going to be Larry?" Larry wasn't sure yet. Juannie replied, "I suggest you go into proctology because you are already a big pain in the ass." That's when I knew I was in love with Juannie.
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