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Today my coworker decided that the best way to get a fellow coworker to move out of the way was to jump on her back and scare her, later she decided to pull all the spare bedding (toilet paper) down on another coworkers head!
Today, my coworker spilt water all over the floor as she tried to shove past me and our other coworker to get out the door. It was freezing outside and we had more work to do, so I grabbed her to keep her from running off and she scratched me!
Today I hatched a new coworker and she wants to hang out in my sweater. I don't want her to hang out in my sweater so she is shouting, "weep, weep, weep" at the top of her tiny little lungs. I can't wait for more coworkers to hatch so she has company.
Yesterday my coworker ate all the chick food out of the brooder, then ate chicken scratch off the ground. Seriously? Why do I buy the expensive large breed puppy food if she doesn't eat it? Maybe I'll give some to the chickens...
They are all passively aggressively mincing around the kitchen and side eyeing each other because there is a plate which had a sardineIn it from training earlier left unwashed in the sink and they are wondering who , if anyone, is going to lick that plate.
Today my coworker ignored attempts to complete some agility tasks, and instead opted to do zoomies around the playground.
We've already had a staff meeting reminding employees to watch their caffiene intake. If the issue persists, it will have to be reported to HR so that my coworker can receive some counselling on the importance of his occupation and taking his team manager more seriously during business hours.