20 Times 'The Office' Characters Had A Worse Day Than You
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20 Times 'The Office' Characters Had A Worse Day Than You

*Kevin spilling his famous chili*

20 Times 'The Office' Characters Had A Worse Day Than You
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1. When Kevin stayed up all night to make his famous chili, but then spilled it all on the floor

2. When Michael drove into a lake because his GPS told him to

3. When Michael hit Meredith with his car

4. When Kelly received a Valentine's Day card and thought she had a secret admirer, only to find out it was from her dentist

5. When Kevin said that he was called the "Kool-Aid Man" in high school

6. When Jim steals Dwight's identity

7. When Michael burned his foot on the George Foreman Grill

8. When Michael forced Oscar to kiss him to prove how accepting he is

9. When Jim put all of Dwight's office supplies in Jello

10. When Bandit the cat came crashing down through the ceiling

11. When Andy suffered from severe nipple chafing during the 5K Fun Run

12. When Michael decided to make an online dating profile

13. When Pam gets plastered at Chili's and is told by the manager that she is banned permanently

14. When everyone had to go through Dwight's fire drill

15. When Michael thought that prison would be better than working at the office

16. When Toby came back and Michael was not okay whatsoever

17. When Kelly watched "Glee" with Phyllis

18. When Darryl tried to bust a move but fell through the table instead

19. When Ryan got yelled at by Stanley

20. And last but not least, Stanley at work. Every. Single. Day.

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