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Co-workers have hilarious argument -- over a note on the water cooler

Office politics, while sometimes silly, can really impact your experience at work. This tiff, over water cooler temperature, is a perfect example. One employee in the UK offices of the BBC wrote a note on the water cooler. They asked a "polite request" for their fellow employees to not plug in the cooler, as they like the water room temperature. Little did they know, this would start a passive aggressive back and forth in the office.
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