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C.G.B. Spender
07-11-2007, 12:53:50
What do you hear when you listen?

* Cowie André talking to the boss on my phone.

* The wind - stormy weather

* My keyboard clicking

* Fans of the computers

* Laughing cowies from the other office

* Someone closing a window (the wind?)

* Cars

Tizzy
07-11-2007, 12:56:54
* Crap song on crap radio above my head

* Cowie on the right furiously clicking his mouse

*Cowie to the left noisily eating crisps

*Cowie on far right typing

*Door slamming in the distance

King_Ghidra
07-11-2007, 13:02:43
* the extremely loud network hub behind me, which i am about to go and unplug now that i think about it.

*cowies talking queitly amongst themselves

It's lunchtime, so like a graveyard in here.

Tizzy
07-11-2007, 13:06:46
* ooh, someone's talking now!

* someone else rattling money. If I was closer to the kitchen I'd hear the clunk of the vending machine in a minute

Funko
07-11-2007, 13:08:30
* muffled sounds of the meeting next door
* people typing and mouses clicking
* my own chewing

Drekkus
07-11-2007, 13:09:20
*My keyboard

*Cowie's keyboard

*Beeping noises from someone using the touchscreen from the office printer in the opposite room

*Faint laptop fan

*Distant cowie voices

C.G.B. Spender
07-11-2007, 13:10:12
There seems to be some kind of official global office sound

Tizzy
07-11-2007, 13:11:35
*creaking chairs

*girl with high heels clunking past open window

Scabrous Birdseed
07-11-2007, 13:11:36
* The computer's fan, very loud 'cause I can't close my case due to lack of IDE ports.

* CD drive whirring in and out, reading a CD etc.

* The gradual Videunt Omnes in the form of a responsorial psalmody, to be preformed in the second segment of the mass in proper.

* Johannes Ciconia's late 14th-century Motett "Sus Une Fontayne", a typical example of late-mediaeval Ars Subtilior composition.

* My own sighs at having to learn all of the different forms of Mediaeval church music.

Drekkus
07-11-2007, 13:14:00
Originally posted by C.G.B. Spender
There seems to be some kind of official global office sound At least someone is having fun at your office

C.G.B. Spender
07-11-2007, 13:14:37
Very quiet now ... Am I dead ... no, there's still the fans ...

I often wondered: If I'd die in my office and I'd go straight to hell, how would I notice the difference?

C.G.B. Spender
07-11-2007, 13:15:10
Originally posted by Drekkus
At least someone is having fun at your office Not me

Tizzy
07-11-2007, 13:18:52
If I concentrate very hard maybe I'll hear someone offer to make a cup of tea

C.G.B. Spender
07-11-2007, 13:24:43
Did it work?

Tizzy
07-11-2007, 13:26:18
Not yet. These things take time.

Tizzy
07-11-2007, 13:26:40
And I wasn't concentrating very hard.

Nav
07-11-2007, 13:28:41
* a bit of soulful house from cowies pc

* wir of computers

* cowie next me coughing.

* some french shouted from the kitchen (odd bc there are no 'french' here)

* me burping.

C.G.B. Spender
07-11-2007, 13:30:01
There! Laughter again. Fascists!

Venom
07-11-2007, 13:30:28
* the shuffling of feet on the carpet
* some fuckhead whistling
* every word of the douchebag in the office behind me because the walls are paper thing
* the buzzing of my phone on vibrate

Tizzy
07-11-2007, 13:31:54
* cowie bitching about boss
* stupid jingles on crap radio

C.G.B. Spender
07-11-2007, 13:45:08
Now we had Schmitt alert. Blah blah blah ...

Tizzy
07-11-2007, 14:21:44
The laughter is spreading....

C.G.B. Spender
07-11-2007, 14:23:05
Yes. Here too. Suxxors

Mr. Bas
07-11-2007, 14:29:48
The music playing on my work pc. The replacements atm. It's good having your own office :beer:

Tizzy
07-11-2007, 15:05:16
Originally posted by Tizzy
If I concentrate very hard maybe I'll hear someone offer to make a cup of tea

It worked!

Vincent
07-11-2007, 16:07:51
Good job!

Shining1
07-11-2007, 20:42:17
Pain - "Not afraid to die"

jsorense
08-11-2007, 00:04:37
All I ever hear is a roaring of the gods ordering me to kill, kill, kill.
Doesn't everyone?
:confused:

Greg W
08-11-2007, 00:25:43
I hear a constant roaring. I had always thought it was the bus Engine, but you could be right there, maybe the gods do want me to kill them all.

jsorense
08-11-2007, 00:29:11
Yes! YES! YES!
Let's start with the bunnies!:shoot:

zmama
08-11-2007, 02:02:59
Are them fricassee -ing rabbits?

MoSe
08-11-2007, 09:39:58
I can hear the roar of a distant crowd...

They are waiting for me
Calling my name
Shouting out loud

Tizzy
08-11-2007, 09:42:27
Today I can hear the sound of one cowie's head exploding interspersed with the sound of another banging his head off his desk.

Drekkus
08-11-2007, 09:52:32
how come?

MoSe
08-11-2007, 09:57:55
Originally posted by Tizzy
one cowie's head exploding

why the exploding head?
is he/she eskimo?

Tizzy
08-11-2007, 10:05:26
Stupid users. It's always stupid users.

MoSe
08-11-2007, 10:14:30
is there a different kind?

MoSe
08-11-2007, 10:39:05
LOL, a friend found me an image for a classic joke: