Articles about Humor
8 ways to recover from being inappropriate at work
Sometimes you can blame it on the day drinking, but in the moment you’ll need a good way to recover from being inappropriate at work.
6 inspirational quotes you can take wildly out of context to promote your business
Take these timeless, era-defining inspirational quotes wildly out of context to sell your app or promote your business or whatever.
Before you choose a work spouse, read this
Picking your work spouse can greatly improve your happiness in the office. Or it can completely ruin your life. Here are 6 tips to keep in mind.
Are you hiding behind your work? How to take credit for the genius that is you
Take credit for being a genius. Modesty is a virtue, or so they say. Modesty in the workplace is another thing entirely – here’s why.
People share their favorite #SignsYourVacationIsTooLong
Twitter users recently weighed in on the viral hashtag #SignsYourVacationIsTooLong, with work-related responses and ones about everything in between.
How to say ‘no’ without ever saying the word ‘no’
Saying no is especially hard for people-pleasers. That’s why it’s good to have a game plan with many options of how you can say no by avoiding saying no. Here’s seven tips for how to say no at work without ever saying no.
Twitter shares a bunch of #OddThingsToAskTechSupport
What's the craziest thing you've ever asked IT to help with? Twitter responded in force as the hashtag #OddThingsToAskTechSupport trended.
Business jargon for the home
Here is some corporate jargon that we’ve found useful for the home and how you can use it.
8 morning habits of the least successful people
What if I don’t want to have a productive day and am aiming much lower? A satirical look at what you shouldn't do with your morning habits.
12 innovative ways to innovate your innovation
Innovation at large companies is hard, but it doesn’t have to be. Follow these 12 innovative steps to innovate and increase innovation in the workplace and you’ll be innovating in no time.
9 alternative retirement plans for poor planners
There are so many wonderful alternatives to saving and investing your whole life. Don’t let society dictate your retirement goals.
Twitter users share what the most successful people do
A recent tweet got users on the social media platform all riled up about things they think the most successful people tend to do.
15 signs someone in the office is out to get you
The office work week is hard. But when someone at work is out to get you, every day is even more difficult. Is someone out to get you? Or are you just being paranoid? Is there any difference? Here are 15 signs to help you figure it out.
Twitter captures the #FunnyThingsDadsSay
Father's Day is this weekend, and Twitter users had a lot to say this week about all the funny things they've heard from their dads.
These 8 innocent email clichés aren’t so innocent after all
Here’s what I really mean when I’m using this seemingly innocent email cliché.
Twitter shares the strangest things people have seen on a resume
There are a million ways to go wrong when it comes to your resume, but some things stand out as really odd. That being said, call for users to drum up the craziest things they've ever seen on one produced some truly unique tweets.
Twitter shows us that ‘blending in’ at the office isn’t always a good thing
A tweet that went viral this week showed us what it's like to come to work and find out that your outfit has some company of its own. User @ilonacatherine shared the evidence on Twitter, prompting a slew of other users to chime in.
Top 9 meals to eat alone at your desk
From worst to best, here’s a definitive ranking of the top 9 lunches to eat alone at your desk, with suggested pairings of work tasks to complete while crying eating.
An illustrative guide to common words people tend to misuse
We've all been there. There are just certain words that sound so much alike even though they have completely different meanings. And sometimes, when we are required to spell them, it is a STRUGGLE.
The ‘What do you do?’ meme shows the perils of small talk
"What do you do?" is a phrase that took a new life on Twitter as people reminisced about how the idea of their job description does not always align with strangers' ideas of what they do.
Why Uber’s CEO encouraging employees to say they ‘have the D’ is causing a stir
When you speak in the unnatural language of spreadsheets and business how-to guides, you may end up saying something that you never intended to mean. Take Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi's faux pas as a cautionary tale.
How to barely hang on as an introvert in the corporate world
As an introvert, you may think it’s impossible for you to rise to the top of the corporate ladder above the shoutiest of shouters. You may be right. Here’s how to just barely stay afloat as an introvert in the corporate world.
Here are 5 commutes that are much stranger than yours
No matter if you buckle up and drive, grin-and-bear-it on public transport or hop on your bike to battle traffic on two wheels — the commute is a necessary evil for nearly professional. Let these true stories of wacky commutes propel you to reconsider on you’ll get to work tomorrow
5 TV shows that surprisingly teach you a lot about business
When in doubt, consult…Mad Men? Your fave show might not just be good for entertainment, but it can teach you a few life and career lessons, too. These five shows are both interesting and truly informative to anyone interested in learning the trade of business (or even how to handle the working dynamic at a company). You’re watching “Parks and Rec,” and the next thing you know, you’re getting a grand-slam promotion! (We like to dream…)
9 career tips from unexpected Disney characters that will empower the hell out of you
When you need a little inspo, what better place to look than Disney? There are plenty of characters whose advice could help you with everything from battling love troubles to acting with kindness. But what about your career? Yep, Disney can even help you figure out your path in life. These nine underrated Disney characters dish out some solid tips you can implement at work, starting right now.