Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Let the games begin!

My boyfriend just sent me this memo that he received at his corporate banking job. No joke:

You are all invited (actually required) to attend the First ever Loan Area Marshmallow Fight. The event takes place on Friday, June 29, 2007 at 11:30 AM --- right here – no need to move from your cubicle (you may actually want to use it as a “foxhole”)

Rules -

• Time limitation 90 seconds
• Office division will be the middle filing cabinets
• The team with the least amount of marshmallows on their side of the office wins --
• No eating your ammunition in order to win
• No licking your ammunition prior to firing
• No heating/burning your ammunition prior to firing
• Marshmallows are the sole type of ammunition

Ammunition will be supplied and distributed evenly – do not attempt to smuggle in any additional ammunition in attempt to create an advantage. Ammunition is provided by the sponsor and is marked with the sponsor’s logo. Anyone caught with illegal ammunition will be fined by the sponsor.

The winning team receives the official sponsor provided Stay Puff Man Trophy which they can keep proudly displayed until the next fight.



My boyfriend is going to kick ass.

2 comments:

  1. 'Tis the eve before battle. I have never felt so jazzed and dangerous. My heart yearns for victorious fulfillment and crushing devastation upon the Commercial Loan minions. Watch out ye Auditors, who tread heavily with red pencils and calculator dreams. Trade Finance shall triumph, Oh, excellent health indeed. Cherish the future.

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  2. AND? Did Tom survive? Was he victorious in battle? Are there pictures? Are there s'mores?

    Don't leave us hanging like this!

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