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After six long months of utter desolation (or bliss — depending on how you look at it), football season is finally back in action. And with that also comes dealing with die-hard fans at work. Fandom is great and all, but some people just don’t know when to stop ... So avoid doing these annoying acts at work, and maybe you won’t walk into the office to find that your computer monitor has been bashed in by a deflated football (oh, the irony).
You know that colleague that constantly emails you with “URGENT” in the subject line when you’re just trying to enjoy your one vacation day this year? Or the coworker in the next cubicle whose music you can hear all day because he listens to his headphones way too loud. Maybe there’s the one who microwaves fish in the office communal kitchen, stinking up the whole place for the rest of your work day. They make you so crazy you feel like you could burst.