Woman now showing too many pictures of her dog

A WOMAN is now showing too many pictures of her new dog, co-workers have confirmed.

Nikki Hollis returned to work from the weekend having bought a puppy named Ralph, and quickly alienated every one of her colleagues.

Manager Helen Archer said: “Seeing one photo of a dog is nice. Amusing, even. Five? Still fine. But 30? F*ck off.

“It’s not like it’s dressed like a little sailor or saving a kid from a lake. It’s just standing there.”

Tom Booker said: “I nodded and smiled at the first few but she just wouldn’t stop. As I was slowly swivelling my chair around she followed the side of my face with her phone until it was between my eyes and my screen.”

Despite owning the dog for only 48 hours, the 32-year-old account manager appeared to have over 2,500 photos of it on her phone.

Booker added: “She must have been awake the whole time.”

Five inspirational quotes for people who don’t believe in spiritual, hippy bullsh*t

WANT to feel better about life without having to repeat wafty nonsense to yourself on a regular basis? Try these instead…

“I acknowledge that other people are fucking stupid, not me.”
Acknowledgement is important in affirmations, but you should affirm something that will help you get through the day without punching some idiot in the face.

“Happiness is a choice. Which is easier to make after two bottles of Shiraz.”
Whether happiness is a choice or not will never be definitively answered, but it’s an actual fact that you’ll feel better about life when you’re a bit pissed.

“I am blessed with incredible children but it doesn’t mean they aren’t little shits sometimes.”
It’s very important to count your blessings, but it’s equally as important to be in touch with reality and not so desperate to think positive thoughts that you let your kids act like bellends in public.

“I radiate an aura of hostility so leave me alone, dickheads.”
People who like affirmations believe your thoughts create your life, so enjoy living in an oasis of calm by repelling twats before they can even get near you.

“I wake up every day and wish I could spend the whole day in bed.”
Affirmations work best if you repeat them immediately after you wake up, so do this one enough and your office will probably burn down sooner or later.