3 Fun Work Toys

September 23, 2008 – 2:54 pm

Here is a list of some fun office toys. These are perfect to spice up your mundane and boring office life; maybe even make that annoying co-worker tear his hair out.

Use with caution.

Will Return Clock

This is the ultimate revenge to those people who one time or another made you rush to their office only “not” to find them in there.

“Just post the Will Return Clock on your office door or near your cubicle. Anyone coming to meet you will see the sign and know you’re out, and they will wait for your return based on the time posted. But then they will notice that the time displayed is right now, and you’re not back yet.”

Price: $9.99 @ www.thinkgeek.com


“The Annoy-a-tron generates a short (but very annoying, hence the name) beep every few minutes. Your unsuspecting target will have a hard time ‘timing’ the location of the sound because the beeps will vary in intervals ranging from 2 to 8 minutes.”

Price: $9.99 @ www.thinkgeek.com.

3 Simple Steps:

  • Turn on
  • Hide it
  • Mwahahaha…

Mini Office Voodoo Kit

“Ever wonder how your CEO got to the top? Don’t be fooled by excuses of “hard work” or “dedication.”

The real truth? Office Voodoo. With a pint-sized voodoo doll, pins, and a 32-page guide to voodoo spells that get results, The Mini Office Voodoo kit is your ticket to the corporate high life. This kit fits in the palm of your hand… which is great because your coworkers won’t notice it!”

Price: $6.95 @ www.prankplace.com


Sarcastic Workplace Trophies

Show your appreciation for your co-workers by awarding them with these specially designed trophies:

“Complete Dumbass of the Year” – needs no further explanation

Other phrases includes:

“Brown Noser of the Year Award” – perfect for your butt-kissing coworker

“Ultimate Slacker of the Year” – for people who gets all the credit for doing nothing

“Control Freak of the Year” – for that special someone with OCD

Price: $9.89 each @ www.prankplace.com.

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