“I don’t know what I was expecting but it wasn’t that.”


They’re outside. on break.

HR does not want to know about this.

Unfortunately, they are still 100% on the company’s dime because they haven’t clocked out for the day. H.R. has been involved in company retreats as well as office parties.

HR has been involved in company retreats, retweets, and … re-teats?
Sorry, but the knowing-ness of Jo’s face in panel four might be the best face in this entire arc. So well done.

HR from my personal experiences has always been about spinning the circumstances to save company face even if it does mean turning a blind eye. In other words, HR is a joke.

That punchline made me spit out my morning beverage. Good job Jackie, now I need to clean the counter AND microwave before I head to work. :)

Microwave? You open the microwave and drink from it while the door is still open AND you are reading comics?
Or is this a new-fangled self-driving microwave with an entertainment console on the back wall?

And now I get to spend the day using the backup keyboard. The main one seems to be covered in coffee. Somehow.

Well at least John is the type of person to let comments like that slide right by. Certain mamagers are like that. Sadly, they are sooooo very rare.

Still nothing by hospital standards though. I played cards against humanity with the emergency room nurses once. Holy…… they have the darkest senses of humor I have ever encountered.

Cards Against Humanity is surprisingly fun. If you’re not aware, there’s an online equivalent called “Pretend You’re Xyzzy” that’s free to play.

I really love Jo’s look, in the last scene.
It’s a very natural look.
I can imagine seeing an actual human, taking that pose.

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