DAVID LETTERMAN'S TOP 10 DRAWBACK'S TO WORKING IN A CUBICLE
10. Being told to "think outside the box" when you're in a freakin' box
all day long.
9. Not being able to check e-mail attachments without turning around to
see who's behind you.
8. Cubicle walls do not offer much protection from any kind of gunfire.
7. That nagging feeling that if you press the right button, you'll get a
piece of cheese.
6. Lack of roof rafters for hanging myself.
5. The walls are too close together for the hammock to work right.
4. 23 power cords - 1 outlet.
3. Prison cells are not only bigger, they also have beds.
2. The carpet has been there since 1976 and shows more signs of life
than your co-workers.
And the NUMBER ONE drawback to working in a cubicle is:
1. You can't walk out and slam the door when you quit.