For a fun team building project during lunch today, I'd like each person to contribute some part of their meal to a big slag heap in the center of the table. I'd like the pile to be at least 7 or 8 inches high, so don't be stingy. Those lunching exclusively on the denser plants, like broccoli or turnip mash, are invited to lay their food down first to form a solid base. We'll then take turns pressing our faces into the pile and competing to see who can last the longest before coming up for a breath. I'll hold the stopwatch and would appreciate it if you didn't look at me while I'm holding it. Whoever wins will be in charge of our department for the next 6 years, ruling unopposed and unquestioned absolutely, so really put some effort into it.

For a fun team building project during lunch today, I’d like each person to contribute some part of their meal to a big slag heap in the center of the table. I’d like the pile to be at least 7 or 8 inches high, so don’t be stingy. Those lunching exclusively on the denser plants, like broccoli or turnip mash, are invited to lay their food down first to form a solid base.

We’ll then take turns pressing our faces into the pile and competing to see who can last the longest before coming up for a breath. I’ll hold the stopwatch and would appreciate it if you didn’t look at me while I’m holding it.

Whoever wins will be in charge of our department for the next 6 years, ruling unopposed and unquestioned absolutely, so really put some effort into it.

Chris Weagel

Chris Weagel writes about the intersection of technology and parenting for Wired Magazine. No he doesn't. He can't stand that shit.

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