People who think they look like dogs, and some stupid advice for parents … enjoy this sampler platter of corporate C.R.A.P.
Oh … where to begin?
When you are up to your hips in C.R.A.P. (Corporate Rhetoric Awards Program), how does one begin to shovel out? This week, we’re giving out not one, but two C.R.A.P. Awards!
Our first award goes to an editor who actually runs a regular feature where she asks employees: “Do you look like your pet?” She then encourages the employees to send in photos of themselves with their look-a-like pet, and she runs those photos!
The damage this editor must be doing to her reputation with senior management aside, there are two other important reasons not to do this feature:
First, people who think they look like their pets are weird. They are lonely. They are desperate for attention. Imagine the kind of prescription medicines or illegal drugs you would have to be on in order to one day decide, apropos of nothing, that you look like your dog. Can you imagine the scene?