Lulu’s Life Tips: Managing Your Coworkers, Part 3

Hello friendlies! Lulu here, with my third and final segment on managing your coworkers! Now just to recap, in my first segment I showed you how to pry your coworker out of their chair by woofing at them, and in my second segment I showed you how to manage your playing—I mean, working—environment by maneuvering them into the correct location to engage in break time activities. In my third segment, I address the question: Couldn’t you and your coworker use a little fresh air right now?

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Observed Around the Board Room

Mouse: “First, I’d like to thank everyone for coming to this in-service …”
Producer Smurf: “Why are you thanking us? The memo you smurfed out smurfed attendance was mandatory.”
Vermin: “HISSS! Why do I have to be at this stupid meeting? I was barely involved in all this nonsense!”

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The Unmasked Singer

Batman: “So tell me, have you ever considered adding cat ears to your uniform?”
Uhura: “Captain, we’ve locked onto the target destination for Josie and the Pussycats. Also, requesting permission to smack Batman upside the head.”
Captain Kirk: “Permission granted. Scotty, beam our guests down after Uhura smacks Batman.”

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Lulu’s Life Tips: Managing Your Coworkers, Part 2

Hello friendlies! Lulu here with part two of my three part series on managing your coworkers! Now, as you may recall, last week I showed you how to get a slacking-off coworker to get up from their desk and play with you. You may also recall that I ran into a little snag where another coworker (also known as Mama) had set up a tripod and camera in the Designated Play Area A with the intention of using it for a video call. Technically this was my fault for failing to check the play area reservation calendar, which would have shown that time had been blocked out for the space to be used for a teleconference. In this sort of situation you have to be adaptable, and so it was off to Designated Play Area B.

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The Gravity of the Situation

Bleep: “Bleep! Bleep! Bleep!”
Lulu: “I never had a stuffie that went ‘Bleep’ before. I feel like I’m being sweared at.”
Sebastian: “It’s the latest thing. Fully electronic.”
Valerie: “I have my doubts about this re-entry vehicle.”
Batman: “Don’t worry, Eartha, it’s perfectly safe. It will return your friends to Earth and then come back for us. Meanwhile, could you ladies put your Catwoman ears back on?”

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Batman’s Rescue Rangers

Alexandra: “So you’re not aliens who are here to harvest our brains?”
Batman: “No. I’m Batman and this is my sidekick, the Dog Wonder.”
Lulu: “I hired you, remember? How am I the sidekick here?”
Batman: “Now, Dog Wonder, it’s bad form for heroes to quibble about credit in front of the helpless civilians.”

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In Space, No One Can Hear You Auto-Tune

Valerie: “That weird hyper-advanced alien car is getting closer!”
Melody: “Press more buttons!”
Alexandra: “Do you really think randomly mashing buttons and pulling levers is the right approach to avoiding a collision?”
Josie: “It seems to work for making our songs.”
Alexandra: “That’s debatable.”

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Lulu’s Life Tips: Managing Your Coworkers, Part 1

Hello friendlies! Lulu here, with the first in a three-part series about managing your coworkers! Now, if you’re like me, you may share an office with one or more people, and some of them may not be what we like to call “team players”. For instance, in the office where I work, nobody is a team player except for me.

Charlee: “Wait … Are you claiming that you have some sort of a … a job?”
Lulu: “Of course I have a job. I’m a dog. All dogs have jobs. Mine is to keep watch over the house.”
Chaplin: “But every time the doorbell rings, you’re right there wagging your tail. We’ve never seen you once woof at somebody at the door.”
Lulu: “Right. I keep watch for people who might be willing to give me a belly rub.”
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