There's No I in Office: 4293 Meaningless Phrases to Keep Your Coworkers Smiling While Avoiding Actual Conversation

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Ulysses Press, 2009 - Humor - 377 pages
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"This is the Michael Jordan of books.” --Adam Carolla

"Completely and totally unwittingly, Paul Koehorst and Jacob Lentz have written perhaps the most important new business book sinceWho Moved My Cheese?” --Jim Cramer,Mad Money with Jim Cramer

Like ’em, hate ’em or simply too busy to deal with ’em, you’re going to end up face to face with ’em in the elevator, at the water cooler and around every cubicle:friendly, talkative coworkers. Ignore them and they’ll think you’re conceited and make your job miserable. Talk to them and you’ll waste valuable time or even worse--end up in a burdensome friendship.

The ultimate business book parody,There’s No I in Office provides a solution to this conundrum of office politics so brilliant that it’s just stupid enough to actually work. Packed with meaningless things to say in any work situation, these 4293 clever little phrases will amuse your coworkers without starting a real conversation. It’s your ticket to becoming a beloved stranger to everyone in the office.

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Oh my GOODNESS! Buy this book and keep it at work! It's hilarious!!! And if you're bored you totally have something to do...from memorizing responses to the question "Do you like working here?" (It's ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Jacob Lentz is a writer for Jimmy Kimmel Live. Paul Koehorst is a TV writer and producer. Both authors live in Los Angeles.

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