Lube for the employees?
Jokes write themselves nowadays, don't they?
If you're worried that your fellow office workers' productivity is being compromised because they're boiling over with "frustration", Northern Ireland's Emo Oil is promising to relieve their plight with its selection of oils and lubricants. The firm has laid bare the extent of the problem in UK workplaces, with research among …
A whacking 57 per cent of the UK's working population believe their office is just too darned tropical, while 43 per cent state theirs is too wintry for working conditions. Just under two-thirds say that the temperature affects their productivity in the working day. ®
...The UK's male population believe their office is just too darned tropical, while the female population state theirs is too wintry for working conditions.....
<dives for cover>
There's a physiological reason for the differing attitude between the sexes with regard to what constitutes a comfortable room temperature. It's something along the lines of women's higher proportion of body fat insulating their skin from the warmth in their core, whereas men tend to have larger muscles which kick out sufficient heat to keep the sensation of temperature at the skin surface at an agreeable level in cooler environments.
However I'm still not sure that fully explains the time when I was in an open plan office and had to ask for something to be done about the 2kW fan heater being used at the row of desks behind me as the flow of warm air was making me feel uncomfortable. The owner of the fan had it positioned pointing directly at her shins at a distance of approximately 12 inches.
I bought some once but I couldnt get it out of the tin. I called customer support and they told me I just didnt understand.
When I finally got some out and used it within 7 days I was miserable, hated life and nobody understood me anymore and my Joy Division collection sounded great again. Five stars would recommend if anyone would just listen to me for once.