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The Most Effed Up Things People Have Seen A Coworker Do At Work

Working in an office can be a horrifying experience, and when overworked and underpaid cubicle dwellers face a daily combination of boredom, stress and forced socialization the rat race can drive previously sane people batty. "I once had a coworker who showed up to our office in a wedding dress. Like, an obvious white wedding dress with a crinoline and beading, the works.
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