I'm at work the other day and a co-worker decided to pop a bag of microwave popcorn. She starts it and leaves the room. Obviously the microwave was set for too long and the person didn't monitor it. Let's just say the scene almost required a fire extinguisher. Yes, the popcorn was burnt and the whole office smelt like it. It is rather annoying after awhile.
Now, we've all burnt a bag of microwave popcorn before. Some obviously worse then others. But it didn't take long before our resident sign freak showed up posting paper signs on the cupboard in the break room, warning us that we must monitor our popcorn popping if we're going to engage in such activity.
Why must the sign police pop out every time somebody does something wrong, or not the liking of another? Who put this sign freak in charge anyway? How about telling the person who burnt the popcorn to make sure they don't do it again. Why must the sign freak treat everybody else like kids, not to mention, line the cupboards and walls with graffiti?
This hasn't been the first time either. There have been signs in the past about certain bathroom activity. You know, forgetting to do something once you carry out your duty.
Signs are being posted for ridiculous things on a monthly basis. And just to be fair, it's not the same sign freak all the time. We seem to have a couple of those in our building. And if one of you so called sign freaks finds your way to this blog, don't take offense, just stop with the signs. It's really childish.