The party was a bit awkward at first. The DJ was way into it, though. Way.
Then the interns arrived. Now we have a party!
A stranger arrived as well. No one invited him. But he was wearing a tux and a nice watch, so we decided he could stay.
Even Hot Mailroom Guy made an appearance. Inexplicably, he was missing a hand.
With the music pumping, Sue, Grandma Bernice and "Guy No One Invited" engaged in a dance off.
Ann surveyed the cold coffee and day-old donuts. This spread has become a tradition for Hedger Corp. We serve it at every party.
With a bold and dazzling move, "Guy No One Invited" cinched first place in the dance competition.
As his reward, he was named Employee of the Month.
Bob wondered if it was the right time to give Hot Mailroom Guy his gift.
He decided to proceed.
Hot Mailroom Guy, who is actually NOT named "Hot Mailroom Guy" and, in fact, has never heard that nickname, looked at the gift and wondered what the heck was going on. Bob, meanwhile, was proud of the poster he created.
Elsewhere, Derek was surprised to receive a gift from Grandma Bernice.
He opened it and realized he should have corrected Grandma Bernice the first time she mistakenly called him "Brenda." But he didn't correct her, and it got all weird. Still, he never thought it would come to this.
Ann was dismayed to receive an enormous and breakable Santa from Techie Smurf. How was she ever going to get this thing home?
Sue, meanwhile, realized she didn't get ANY gifts for her co-workers. She tried to give Bob a poster she found lying on the ground.
Instead of bonuses this year, I decided to shower my employees with thousands of candy canes, which would rain down from the ceiling during the holiday party. The building shook as the candy canes were set free.
Unfortunately, I didn't realize the candy canes I ordered were made of lead, not peppermint confection. Most everyone was injured. The DJ, somehow spared from the onslaught, remained totally into the party.