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March 23, 2007

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lasandri

LOL! I've been reading your blog for a bit now and you're hilarious. I'd like to point you to this great series of ads for Vitaplex (a vitamin supplement i think) that have the same "Success Poster" theme: http://www.scaryideas.com/print/2176/

enjoy!
Sandra.

mc78

Thanks for introducing me to these posters!

Warrior Knitter

I LOVE Despair, Inc. also. When I worked at my last job I had the Demotivational calendar hanging in my cube! It was a hit with my co-workers. However, my boss, who never stopped to actually "read" it thought it was motivational. I also have the "Blunt Desktop Signs" which I also got from Think Geek. It has wonderful things such as "I can see your point but I think you're still full of crap" and "I'm in a meeting, the practical alternative to work."

Cape Cod Mary

The secretary next to me has a little sign on her wall that says "Yesterday was the Last Day for Complaints" and every time some idiot says, "Oh, I like your sign!" she says, "This is a law firm. Get it? Complaint!? Get it?" I'm thinking of hiding the sign, but she'll know who did it.
CC Mary

Mel

I love Despair.com! The 'Motivation' one is one of my all-time favorites. A few years ago when I was in a miserable job, though, I really, really wanted to put up the 'Demotivation' one before I left, as it summed up their philosophy perfectly. At the current job, some company or other sent us a calendar with motivational crap for each month, so I started printing off Demotivators and taping them on the calendar, since they fit our collective sense of humor much better. I guess I'm just a disaffected college student at heart.

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