How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Secret Santatude

So at work we had a secret santa thing today. We all filled out cards a week ago with some interests. I was stumped for what to put on it so I asked Darren. Well, he put down "weed, ludes, booze, mary kay, cookies, cake, use your god given imagination". I decided not taking it seriously was the way to go, and did something similar "gin, cigarettes, matches, porn, escort services". Well, as it turns out, I got Darren's card, and he got a dose of Mary Kay Age Defying Lotion.

Now, Ali got my card, which was fucking badass, because Ali certainly picked well. A lovely frosted glass martini glass, a small bottle of gin and a small bottle of vermouth. Fan-fucking-tastic. I was too jazzed when I opened it to really plot out who it was from, but since my violin was mentioned on the card, and it was my favorite kind of gin, it was pretty easy to figure out the source. Overall, everyone did pretty well for secret santa, though the gift of choice was definitely booze.

Speaking of... mmm... martini. I don't have olives and it's nasty raining out, but gin with a smidge of vermouth is tasty anyway. Mmm... maybe I'll wait till I have olives though.

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