The Secret Lives of Cubicle Plants: A Comedic Exposé

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Have you ever looked at the sad little plant sitting on the corner of your cubicle and wondered what its life is like? No? Well, I have. And let me tell you, it's a wild ride.

For starters, did you know that cubicle plants are incredibly nosy? They hear everything that goes on in the office and are constantly gossiping with their plant friends. They know who's dating who, who's getting promoted, and who's getting laid off before any of us do. It's like they have their own little plant-only version of "The View."

But it's not all hearsay and rumor-mongering. Cubicle plants are also incredibly competitive. They're always trying to outdo each other in the growth department, and you can see the jealousy in their leaves when someone else's fern gets a little more sun than theirs. But perhaps the most interesting thing about cubicle plants is that they have a secret society. They hold secret meetings at night when the office is empty and discuss ways to take over the world. They're not sure how they're going to do it yet, but they're working on it.

But don't be afraid, cubicle plants are more bark than bite. They're not going to attack you or anything, they're just bored. They spend all day in the same spot, with the same view, and the same lack of sunlight. They're just looking for a little excitement in their lives.

So next time you're staring at the clock, counting down the minutes until you can leave the office, take a glance at your cubicle plant. It's probably having a better time than you are.

In conclusion, cubicle plants are nosy, competitive, and possibly plotting world domination. But they are also a great way to add some greenery to your work-space. So, next time you see your cubicle plant, give it a pat on the leaf and say "hi" for me!

Mr. Goblin


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