12 Classic Office Holiday Party Guests

The holidays are officially upon us!


This means last-minute shopping, family get-togethers, and of course - office holiday parties. Whether you're looking forward to your company's holiday party or deeply dreading it, likely depends on the culture at your office. However, regardless of the culture your company has, you're bound to meet some of the classic characters that reveal themselves at these functions. GetVoIP has put together a visual that depicts these people, including:


  • Talkative Ted - the guy who won't stop talking or let you enjoy the rest of the party.
  • Workaholic Wendy - the gal who still talks about work, even when you're supposed to be off the clock.
  • Hungry Harold - the guy who hogs all the best desserts, going back for seconds, thirds, and even fourths.
  • Hasty Henrietta - the lady who evidently has somewhere much more important to be and check the clock every ten seconds.
  • And more!

  • Check out the graphic below to see all the potential characters you might run into this year at your office holiday party.

    Check out the graphic below to see all the potential characters you might run into this year at your office holiday party.

    Do you see anyone you know here?


    If you see someone you know or if you see yourself leave me a comment and let me know!

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