In Your Office: Rather than endure an awkward conversation, most of your coworkers would pretend they never saw anything and slink back to their cubicles to play Minesweeper, periodically minimizing the window when they hear footsteps.
Incident: A coworker gives his fellow coworker/girlfriend a feral cat named "Garbage" to replace her old cat (the one that he murdered).
In The Office: Angela rejects the gift, and Dwight throws the cat in a spare office and walks away.
In Your Office: No animals are allowed on company property. Haven't you read your employee handbook?
Incident: A former office temp who was recently promoted to an executive management position returns to the office and demands respect.
In The Office: Lots of noogies. When Ryan says he wants the same respect that Jan used to get, Michael says he doesn't "swing that way."
In Your Office: Temps don't get promoted to executive management positions. That's not a thing that happens.
Incident: A receptionist who routes incoming calls starts dating a member of the sales team.
In The Office: Phyllis tells Pam that even though she's dating Jim she still has to randomly assign sales calls and can't choose favorites based on who she's sleeping with.
In Your Office: Months upon months of passive aggression.
Incident: Your boss goes out to win back former clients "the old fashioned way."
In The Office: Michael, following driving directions on his car's GPS system, drives his car directly into a lake.
In Your Office: Form letters. Lots of them.
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