Lighter side: The secret confessions of office workers

Have you ever wondered if your colleagues are thinking the same thoughts as you during the workday? Here’s proof that they are

Lighter side: The secret confessions of office workers
If
you could make anonymous confessions about your working day, what would you say? A new app called Secret lets people post just such confessions, with hilarious results.
The Muse has collated a list of some of the best office confessions – here are a few of our favourites.
  1. Slowly coming to the unsettling conclusion that getting ahead in corporate society requires not telling stupid people the truth. – Portland
  1. On a conference call. Thought I was on mute. I wasn’t. Good thing a lot of people called in. Anyone could’ve made those sounds. Anyone. – San Jose
  1. Wearing Gryffindor socks to this job interview. – California
  1. 10 of the most important people in my work/play life share at least one name. I’m terrified I’m going to email the wrong one. – New York
  1. I’ve been secretly taking naps at work. It’s made me so much more productive. – Washington DC
  1. The thing I fear most at work? Clogging the toilet. – Ohio
  1. I think the receptionist judges me for the amount of online shopping I have delivered to the office.  – New York
  1. Every time I watch Mad Men, I wish it was still appropriate to drink at the office. – Friend
  1. At work, I keep a secret list of bathroom non-washers. It’s on the wiki. – San Francisco
  1. My boss told me to “Dress for the job you want, not the job you have.” Now I’m sitting in a disciplinary meeting dressed as Batman. – Nashville
 
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Do you have any office confessions to make?

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