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A workplace and have a ton of different types of people in it. There can be good co-workers, but there can always be the ones that just get under your skin. Well, we can sympathize. We're launching a new show soon called "Careers on Tap" that will have you falling out of your office chair laughing. It's going to be based around the crazy stories that people have from their jobs. You can read more about this great new show at the bottom of this post!


Co-Workers: The Bad, The Lazy, And The Down Right Annoying

Check out of post of the different types of coworkers that can be found in any workplace.

The person who tells horrible jokes that you feel obligated to laugh at

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The person who's on a diet but clearly cheating

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The overly intense guy

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The person who is so positive it's nauseating

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The office prankster

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The procrastinator

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The jerk supervisor

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The person who brings their personal baggage to work

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The coffee addict

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The T.M.I. coworker

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Working with these people might make you want to quit...

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BUT just keep on swimming. We've all been there.

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Submit Your Stories!

We're launching a new show called Careers On Tap. The premise of the show is that J.T., our Founder and CEO, will be discussing with her humorous co host the crazy stories that viewers submit about their career. Then, she will give her advice on what might help the situation or how to better handle it next time. On top of all of this, you can drink a nice cold beer with them through out the whole show. There will be featured beers on each weeks show. Now, this is where we need your help! We want you to tell us your craziest work stories. This whole process is completely anonymous. Your name, the names of your co-workers, boss, customers, and company will NEVER be mentioned. So, what have you got to lose! Just to give you all a sense of what our topics will be, here is the list of the next few episodes: - Retail Nightmares - Food Industry Horror Stories - Co-Workers: The Bad, The Worse, and The Down Right Obnoxious - Clash Of The Personality Types - Romancing The Office If you'd like to submit, please fill out the form below with the title of your story, what episode you think it should be featured in, and all the juicy details of your awesome story. [vfb id='25']

Thank you for submitting and Cheers to Your Careers!

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