If Dunder Mifflin is more than just a fictional paper company for you, then these People Person's Paper People memes will have you on the floor. Don't forget to check out last week's office favorites for even more amazing memes!
TGIF, y'all! While we don't need an excuse to happily scroll through memes, Friday is generally a great excuse to do so. The promise of freedom is something we should celebrate, and we think that perusing amusing memes, clever tweets and arguably stupid shitposts is a great way to do so. We all deserve 'em.
Once a week, we will be featuring an extraordinary animal account on Instagram! Their story, the adorable pictures, and pawesome videos! This week's spotlight goes to Dunder Kitten!
Calling all Office fans -- we've got the ultimate cat account you should be following!
If Michael Scott were a cat... he'd be Dunder Kitten. Meet the cat version of Michael Scott, named Michael Scott, or "Meowchael Scott," if you prefer. He is a very handsome black cat who manages 4 other cats. I guess you can say he's kind of a top dog in a fairly large pond.
Michael Scott may not seem like a good manager at first, but give him around 7 seasons to help you change your mind.
While we said goodbye to new episodes of The Office back in 2013, the show is still very much alive on the internet. Fans of the comedy are still showing their love for Dunder Mifflin's quirky employees by making memes and posting them to Reddit and Instagram. These amusing tidbits may not totally fill the void left in our hearts, but they do give us quite a bit of joy when we stumble upon 'em.
Most bosses have some weird eccentricities and behaviors. Some bosses are outright oblivious and rude, and others might just be straight up dumb. Here are experiences with real-life Michael Scotts. Some employees had a better time than others. Some bosses are just hell to work for, like this ungrateful psycho boss who got instant karma.
Are you an Office fan? Of course you are, otherwise you wouldn't have clicked here. And honestly who in America hasn't seen The Office by this point? So without further ado, scroll down for some memes that will apply to your own life. Click here for even more Office moments!
We've said time and time again, that a boss can make or break your workplace. And what's worse than having a 'Michael Scott' for a boss; the star of the American sitcom The Office, and the quintessential bad boss. We've all had one before and a Reddit thread asking people to share the most Michael Scott-ish thing their boss ever did has brought up some real classic Steve Carell moments that are totally cringeworthy. Read on and be amazed at these bad bosses.
Good Ol' John Krasinski kicks off the 7th Episode with Some (more) Good News, primarily focused on people staying positive, and at home, during these trying times, by keeping busy and in touch with their friends with song and dance. Then things pick up and John Zooms with a couple that recently got engaged with a great surprise for them that includes a zoom dance-reunion of The Office cast and some other really great moments that are not awkward at all.
SPOILER ALERT: Michael Scott still got the moves.
Cast of the Office Shows off their dance moves to the song from the viral video of Jill and Kevin's Wedding which a Chris Brown song called Forever. This clip first appeared in the 7th Episode of Some Good News by John Krasinski in which he marries a couple whose engagement video at a gas station went viral recently.
These are new, never before seen GIFs of The Office. Yes, you may have seen these scenes like 50+ times while chomping on a misguided 3rd helping of avocado toast. But you've never seen it as an endlessly looping gif that encapsulates that Dunder-Mifflin moment in a measly few megabytes that wouldn't even fit on a floppy disk. This is how we share feeling nowadays and everyone is just going to have to deal with it.
Happy Valentine's Day! Today we celebrate love in all forms and it's a beautiful thing. When it comes to the love department, one source of inspiration I like to turn to is my favorite sitcom, "The Office". Not only is it is brilliantly genius, but a lesser-known fact about the show is how many pearls of wisdom on love and relationships it actually contains. Here are some of the most profound quotes from Michael Scott and his crew that teach us all the important lessons we need to know about love.
Oh and if you love the Dunder Mifflin crew as much as me, check out our previous post on Couples From "The Office" Who Inspire True Love?