Here’s a gallery of stuff I did instead of working while at work over the summer.
To begin, I saw this window nearly every day and wondered just what that little piece of paper actually said. That larger building is also part of where I worked. To be honest, the premises covered about half of a really long road and beyond out the back. Moreover, I often wondered if I could even find the window.
Find the window I did, however, as evidenced by this shot of me pointing at where I’d been when I took the previous shot.
And of course, the prize itself.
“Causing a nuisance” is probably the best thing about this, but I also really like the phrasing. “Getting in” would have been more appropriate. “Entering the building” makes it sound like the pigeons have far more decision-making capability than they actually do.
Actually, forget that. The real best part of it is the evidence.
What, you didn’t believe us? Well, we killed and stripped a pigeon just in case.
Next, some casual devil praise.
Sometimes, there’s things I see that I literally cannot help but mentally edit. Here is such.
In this case, I felt compelled to physically edit.
The improvement is obvious and immediate.
Lastly, I got tired of seeing the names of retirees on my office door every day. Phyll and Mav are long gone and no entryway plaque can do justice to their memory.
So I invented some new lads.
Sadly this mischief bug caught me quite late in the summer (effectively replacing my sanity as the months wore on) so I haven’t more to show for it. I doubt my next few months will see as much opportunity for messing so that’s the lot for now. Slong.