Friends and Kitties!
I have some
disturbing humorous interesting weird news to report.
There's a Rhinoceros at work.
No, not a working rhino, rather, an actual physical animal where *I* am employed...and I have photographic evidence:
Here's the story--I'm at work, pumping sludge into the drying beds (because no matter what I do, it's always all about "the poop"--not really actual poop in this situation but that's my brain at it's finest) and I notice an animal-like silhouette out of the corner of my eye. My first thought was "man, that's a big f---ing lizard" (without the "---") and my second thought was "and it's not moving, either--what the hell is that?" So I walked over to check it out...and people, it was a plastic rhino, nearly a foot long, and it had been placed on this rock, deliberately--there's no other explanation!
I almost wet my pants laughing.
Consider this: Where I work is completely fenced and gated, so Sir Rhino was brought to work by Employee X and placed there, deliberately. Who does this? What kind of statement does this make? What purpose does a plastic toy rhinoceros serve at work? Moreover, who the heck manufactures miniature rhinoceri? It's not like they're attractive as a centerpiece...
In any case, I've had elebenty kinds of fun this week, telling people that there's a rhinoceros at work, then showing the photo and telling the story. Everybody seems just as enchanted as I by the whole thing--but nobody's 'fessd up to it--maybe that's even better.
Have I mentioned that I just love where I work?
Happy Sunday, and have a Great Week!
XX Sheebie XX