Work Stories

So you know when you read stories on Buzzfeed or a drugstore magazine on Work horror stories or crazy things that happen at work. And you know that those things happen at work but never to you.

Well today was my day. Now it’s nothing as bad as some of the stories out there but it is still a story that would gross people out.

Today was a pretty hectic day. And because of back to back meetings I hadn’t had a cup of tea or breakfast til mid morning. I had finally 2 minutes to make myself tea. So I wonder over to the break room, I get my mug and my K-cup that have been sitting on the counter waiting for me all morning. I’m about to press the button of the Keirig when I see something floating in the water reservoir. “Oh great I think, what have people been doing when filling this up,” I think. So I take the tank to the sink and drain the water out to see what the floaty thing is.

Well this is what I find…

I just don’t know how a tiny shell gets into a Keurig in an office. So many questions going on here. And was the creature that inhabited it alive at one point in the Keurig?

Now at this point I started to fill the Keurig with vinegar and start to disinfect. And the rest is history.

That is my story. Feel free to share your story or share this one with others.


So I recently got married… yay! And I had a Pinterest Board like most brides today. I put ideas whether I was going to use them or not. The board was hidden until recently as it was a secret board and I may have had it before I ever dated as I am a typical girl. 😁

I hope this helps you future brides.

Meme Me

A few weeks ago I posted a picture on Instagram and asked them to make a meme out of it. The clip is from the show The Office. Here are the wonderful results. I ❤️ memes.

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Funnish Fact for the Day

So while searching the internet about Tornadoes I came across an article about myths of things to do in protecting yourself from tornadoes. One of them being is opening your windows to equalize pressure. Apparently this is a myth. And now that I read about it, I feel stupid for even believing it. Reason being its a myth? Because its a TORNADO, If its crossing your path, its going to send debris through your house no matter what. Plus you are wasting time and could put yourself in danger if you go to open a window when there is a warning.

Why did I not think of this before?

Another myth that I know I was taught in school is about how the southwest corner of the basement is the safest place during a tornado. Again, when you think about it, it totally makes sense that it is a myth. Its a Tornado, no matter which way it comes from its going to through debris anywhere.

Here are the articles I found.

On a completely side note of crappy information, I found this one site that said to stay in your car. This I know is not a fact. DO NOT EVER stay in your car during a tornado.

Moral of this story: Question everything and do your own research!