Because You Are A Fan Of 'The Office'
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Because You Are A Fan Of 'The Office'

Because You Are A Fan Of 'The Office'

I do and say things that are very odd and funny (to myself, my husband, and all other fans of "The Office") a lot of the time because I am a huge fan of "The Office." I have said a million times over how awesome this show is. My husband and I will get to the end of the entire show, and then, we literally start it all over again at season one (after I finish sobbing tears of sadness that my show is over). It is too good not to watch again and again and again. Because I have watched this show so many times, I sometimes speak like characters from "The Office," insert Michael Scott jokes into conversations (my husband is the only one that laughs), and pull minor pranks like Jim. Here is a list of the things you might do sometimes because you are a really big fan of this amazing show. I know I do these things.

1. Whenever you have a question, you might sometimes say, "Question," before you begin.

I find myself doing this all the time, not even on purpose. Because I have heard Dwight say it so many times, I do it too.

2. You find moments to say, "That's what she said."

I usually fail to catch these moments, but when I do, I mentally high-five Michael Scott.

3. When there is silence in a room, you might like to yell "WAZZUUUPP," like they do in "The Office."

Sometimes, my husband will do it back, and I laugh uncontrollably.

4. You might say, "AAAYYYYYY," with a thumbs up.

Like Jim, Pam, and Michael do. It's always nice when someone does it back.

5. When you don't like something, you may sometimes yell, "NOOOOOOOOOOOO!"

Like Michael does when he finds out Toby is back. This is one of the funniest moments ever.

6. You might throw a birthday party with a banner saying, "IT IS YOUR BIRTHDAY."

I did this for my husband, and he loved it! I even had partially blown up, brown balloons thrown across the table.

7. When you are leaving, you might sometimes say, "Catch you on the flippity flip."

As Michael does in his last episode, when he is trying to throw the basketball into the hoop backwards.

8. You yell, "Ayy-oh," all the time.

An Andy thing.

9. You might jokingly call your significant other "Monkey."

As Dwight calls Angela. When I call my husband this, he gives me a weird look every single time.

10. At your future wedding, you just might have everyone dance in to the song "Forever."

Just like everyone from the office danced down the aisle at Jim and Pam's wedding. At my reception, we all danced in to this song!

11. You may own a "Dunder Mifflin" shirt and a "Schrute Farms Beets" shirt.

I wear these all the time. When I wear one, I get comments about it. I love that because I make a new friend each time.

I am a big fan of "The Office." There is no doubt about that. Everyone in my family knows how much I love it, and they still don't try and watch it. Crazy, I know. If you are a giant fan of "The Office" too, then, I would absolutely give you an air high-five, like Jim and Pam do.

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