Friday, October 28, 2005

Trick Or Treat

I played hooky from work yesterday and walked into my office today to find this sitting in the seat of my chair:



My coworker had fashioned these miniature Mr. Hankeys out of Tootsie Rolls while I was out and decided to leave me a little surprise.

I'm on my way up to the Bay for a few days...Happy Halloween!

10 comments:

Nic said...

I can appreciate the sentiment, not to mention the halloween-appropriate ick factor, but I think I would still be a tad disturbed to find that on my desk, Pam. I'll just hope that the candy fairy leaves me candy corn, instead.

Kirk said...

Pam - I once did the same to a co-worker with a Clif Bar, and stuck it in her desk drawer. I can still hear her when he opened her drawer "Kirk, did you S*#t in my drawer....."

MEalCentric said...

looks like dookie

M&H said...

The real question is not what you did to deserve this but what did you do with it??? Did you eat it, play with it, touch it, toss it or save it for posterity? And what is up with the albino tootsie roll????
That's just creepy. Happy Halloween to you as well.

Daily Gluttony said...

Nic,

Trust me, it was a little disturbing when I first walked in. Yelling at the top of my lungs, I was like, "OK WHO LEFT THIS ON MY CHAIR????" and of course all I heard was laughs from over the wall. After awhile all I could do was laugh though!

Kirk,

OMG! That's even worse 'cause you don't find it right away!

Mealcentric,

Uh...ya think???

M & H,

OK, now guess who left this for me? Hmm, I'll give you a couple hints: Funny enough, he's terrified of the stuff that he molded the toostsie rolls into, and his initials are GA. Does everything make sense now? I actually kept the little turds on my desk for a while and showed everyone who walked into my office: "Hey! Look what GA made!"

elmomonster said...

Pam,

That Mr. Hankey episode of South Park was one of the most disturbing and traumatic TV moments of my life. I still cringe when I remember that live-action commercial they had in the middle of the episode, where the kid and the mom...nevermind.

Anyway, thanks for bringing that all back! Thanks a lot!!!

LOL!

Hope you have a Happy Halloween!

Professor Salt said...

Howdy ho, neighbor! Happy Halloween!

BoLA said...

LOL! Happy Halloweenie!

eatdrinknbmerry said...

hi pam. god this reminds me of those fake rubber poopies you find in magic/novelty shops. Those were always fun to play with.

Daily Gluttony said...

Elmo,

OMG, I remember that "commercial"...so gross but soooo funny!!

Prof. Salt,

Howdy Ho to you too!!! LOL!

Kristy,

Happy Halloween!!! Now if you have any extra Tootsie Rolls, you know what to make with 'em! Just kidding!

Dylan,

Yeah, but you can actually eat these!! EWWW!! Gross!!!