Ahh, the Christmas season is finally upon us – the holiday everyone loves! Even though we always purport ourselves to be jolly and festive on the outside, the stress of having to buy presents and please everyone we know definitely takes its toll. One thing is certain, everyone seems to medicate with copious amounts of alcohol, hoping to get rid of that holiday stress. As a result, Christmas has become far from “quaint and traditional”, and nothing sums up the modern-day debauched Christmas hell more than the dreaded office Christmas party…
You can picture the scene now; your quiet colleague is singing karaoke onstage, the buffet spread is absolutely horrible (you can feel the food poisoning creeping up), and your boss is quickly pounding tequila shots with the interns.
Our friends over at hungryhouse have recently polled their users on their craziest office party stories, and this got us itching to discover what YOUR worst office Christmas party stories are! Plus, hungryhouse have provided us with vouchers to offer to the reader’s with the best (or worst) office Christmas party story, and winning couldn’t be easier. Simply share your worst story with us via the comments section below until the 8th of December and we will select the winner, who will then receive a £50 hungryhouse voucher.
P.S hungryhouse are also doing their best to liven up Christmas this year by offering prizes via their Facebook page & on Twitter every single day throughout Advent. Prizes including a Samsung widescreen TV and the new Nexus 5 smartphone will be on offer, so don’t miss out!
Terms and Conditions:
- The giveaway will run until Monday 8th December 2013 0:00 GMT
- Any entries received or processed after the closing date will not be accepted
- Only one entry is allowed per person
- UK residents only
- The winner will be selected randomly
- No cash or other alternative is available to the prize
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- If the winners cannot be contacted within 24 hours of the prize draw, The Everyday Man reserves the right to conduct another prize draw to determine a new winner