Inappropriate Office Christmas Party Behavior

It's that wonderful event you look forward to all year, all too often followed by a hollow feeling of regret: the office Christmas party.

It's a chance to get lubed up on eggnog and form alliances with the lower brass, perhaps flirt a little with the hottie from marketing, and generally come out of your shell with the other drones (like the way-too-festive new hire above).

It's also one of the best opportunities to gather blackmail material.

You know the types. You know the drill. If you're planning on throwing back a few at the office shindig this year, exercise a little self-awareness and avoid the following behavior (bravely demonstrated by fully-sober Houston Press staffers).

And keep your camera ready for the blackmail file.

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Troy Schulze
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