I'm moving to San Francisco to start a new job, which is exciting, mainly because it will provide an entire office full of new people to creep out. Here are a few ideas:
Creeper 102: How to creep out people in your new office
Steal all pictures of coworker’s children and replace them with pictures of you as an infant.
Display the stolen children’s pictures at your desk. If confronted, claim that they are your children and provide handwritten birth certificates as “legal documentation.”
Write “mother’s breast milk” onto the side of a milk jug and bring it to work. Let coworkers see you pour it into your cereal.
Over the course of a few months, eat your entire desk.
If you ever hear anyone complaining about a computer problem, yell out “I can fix that” and run over to their desk. Then proceed to lick their computer screen for 10 uninterrupted minutes.
Over the course of a few months, eat your entire art director.
On “bring your daughter to work day,” bring six female cats.
Every time you send someone an email, immediately walk over to that person’s desk and let them know you have sent them an email. Then proceed to elaborate on the contents of that email. This isn’t necessarily creepy, but it is annoying.
If a coworker ever attempts to shake your hand or give you a high-five, yell “RAPE.”
When being introduced to a new client, kiss them on the forehead like you would a child, then immediately punch them in the stomach.
Every night, leave a plate of cookies on your desk along with a Christmas list addressed to Santa. Include things like waterproof tarps, rope and odorless poisons on your list.
Take your clothes off in the bathroom and place them in the toilet. Tell people who enter the bathroom that you are “just doing your laundry.” If questioned, bite.