The real reason most flights are delayed.
"We'd fire her, but the fact that she put in the effort to climb on top of her desk to nap proves that she's got drive."
They couldn't help it. They got board at work.
He's been under quite a bit of pressure at work lately. ("Pressure" is what he named his desk.)
"I was just going over your chart and your prognosis doesn't look good. I'm afraid you're what we call in the medical community, 'boring.'"
Why wouldn't he try and sleep in the truck bed? It literally has the word "bed" in its name.
When the cable guy tells you he'll be at your house between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m., it's because he doesn't know when he's going to wake from his nap.
You know you're tired when you fall asleep halfway through the climb on to your desk.
"Sure, we could grab her keys and escape. Or we could grab her phone and take funny photos. I think the choice is pretty obvious."
"I would have gotten away with it too, had you not looked at the other side of the boxes."
Despite the photographic proof of them asleep on the job, they never copped to it.
Do you know how much skill it takes to be able to fall asleep standing up with a bayonet inches from your chin? That's why you're not a member of the Queen's Guard.
It's even more awkward when you realize that neither desk is his.
It still counts as work if she dreams about the project she's designing.
Who knew that the "A" in TSA stood for "asleep?"
We can't blame him for falling asleep at work. It's how he was trained.
The hard hat: It keeps your head safe and the sun out of your eyes.