The Randomly Nothing thread


Working from home sounds like my idea of hell.


You’re weird. Unless your house is a shit hole or something.

The rare occasion I get to do it is bloody incredible. You could probably argue about my productivity levels on those days mind. :smile:


If you have the self motivation, working from home is the best :slight_smile:


I like going to the office so your leaving the house and going out for a good while and the social interaction with your colleagues haha.

Working alone in the house would be boring a.f.

It’s just not for me :slight_smile:


You can get deckchair season tickets :laughing:


I don’t think I’ve ever sat on a deck chair :slight_smile:


Working in london is actually easy if you can avoid rush hour


To be fair, I only need to do this commute once a week. And I could just as easily use the overground and Thameslink to get to Farringdon. Thinking about it, not sure why the fuck I don’t do this every time I’m working in central…

The rest of the time I’m either wfh or working in the St Albans office. Agile working is a big thing these days and I’m certainly not complaining. Certainly will be doing that a lot more during World Cup season :slight_smile:


Saved yourself a visit to a chiropractor, then.:slight_smile:


ffs :joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy::joy:


This is fantastic


Awkward. That really sums it up :grimacing:


That was more uncomfortable to watch than the guy who asked Schweinsteiger if he was in the MLS to help Chicago Fire win the World Cup.


Elite advert tbf :joy::joy::joy::joy::joy:


^Calgon have subconsciously assaulted my mind in such a way that whenever the word washing machine is mentioned, the next sentence that instantly pops up in my mind, or sometimes blurted out “LIVE LONGER WITH CALGON” :facepalm:


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Also a good effort.


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