. . . Just an update: so, these aren’t all curse words. In fact, some of these words may not even be offensive (well, maybe only to the straight-edged peeps). But blame my overdose from holiday cookies for writing that misleading headline (and just pretend it says “Knock Knock’s Top 5 Dirty Words of 2011). Buried in our company’s server, . . .
For our weekly “In It for the Money” feature, we’ll be introducing you to the kick-ass Knock Knockers who make everything go, from creative to sales to logistics to . . . everything! Note—everybody answers the first five questions. After that, they have about fifteen wild-card questions from which to choose. 1. Name and title? Jim Papscoe, chief operating officer. . . .
A month or so ago, we promised the 10,000th FOKKer that they would could pick any topic (any at all) and our head honcho, Jen, would write an impromptu limerick on it. This was mainly because we wanted to make use of Jen’s off-the-wall talent of coming up with limericks at the drop of a dime (but also because poems . . .
The following is a random story that has no relation to post-holiday events, New Year’s, or the like. But this guy is marked as “rad” in our book. True story from last Thursday: Jen wanted her knives sharpened (a dull knife means wasted time), so she gathered her and her neighboring friends’ collections, and called upon Gary, a mobile, knife . . .
First and foremost, a huge thanks to all of the folks who participated! It takes guts to send knock-knock jokes to a company who’s admittingly jaded by them. So, hats off to you!
Our head honcho, Jen, handpicked the winning joke after hours and hours of contemplation. (Okay, so it didn’t take that long to pick a winner, but it wasn’t an easy choice either!)