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Old 03-26-2006, 12:22 PM   #11
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That is so cool, obviously your coworkers appreciate you a lot. That must have taken some time to set up and do.
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That is amazing!! I'm also interested in knowing how long it took to set up and how long did it take to clean up the floor?
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Awesome! I love surprises like this and the people that make them happen!
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LOL...my office is overstocked! I guess that explains the fish lying in the corner that fell from the ceiling. The floor did take a while but is now clean, except for the occasional dropping fish.

They worked on it for at least a week, I am told. They said they were all coloring fishes constantly, and when i walked down the hall they would shove them under the desks!

All of the wonderful fish colorers have been donuted. And...we are working on a plan for the next birthday office.

Thanks, everyone, for sharing this with me. I just had to show it to other people who would appreciate it as much as I did.
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