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And there goes my appetite...

Why didn't you tell him it was there, like half an hour ago?

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And there goes my appetite...

#1, so, you're not going to finish that? Slide it on over here then. . . please?

Why didn't you tell him it was there, like half an hour ago?

I've only been in this job 2 months and couldn't pluck up the courage to say anything. I wish I bloody had now...

You shouldve move everything clear away from that nose!

You just witnessed the slowest moving snot rocket ever!

It was more of a snot flake.

You just need to hand them a tissue - no words need to be said. I'd rather be told than not know

Sounds like it was a double bogey. Lets hope your boss can pull an eagle off and get under par.

At least. What with the coffee hazard stroke penalty and all.

Am I the only one that spells "boogey" with two O's? I keep reading "bogey" and instantly think of a hostile or one above par in golf...

The joke in this comment was reffering to golf. The comment was pretty much a big pun

You deserve it for not telling him. It was there for half an hour and he was unaware the whole time?!

Some people feel too awkward telling someone about things like that.

Obviously that wasn't the best idea, considering his 'uncomfortableness' telling the guy about the bogey caused his coffee to be ruined.

agreed. I would hate to be walking around with an obvious booger and my coworkers can't say hey u got something in ya nose. it's more respectable to tell em than for them to realize it after a very long conversation or have it fall in ya drink.

I do agree, but I wasn't brave enough. He spoke to other longer serving colleagues before me though and they never said anything.

Well...I still do kinda say YDI anyway, but if EVERYONE wasn't doing anything to tell him...makes me wonder how temperamental the guy is if you mention something about him that is bad.

He's a lovely bloke actually, so I didn't want to embarrass him.

This is why I drink closed drinks. Foreign objects are less likely to enter it.

Soo your house is cupless?

What kind of foreign objects are we talking about? ;)

Be honest. Your cupboards are filled with sippycups and you've just learned to adapt.

@lamevil123 The fact that you comment is number 69 makes it that much funnier. @FightMyLiger Ya got me ;)

#77 I didn't realise that... :D

I just hope you dont forget and drink it lol

I'm sure that won't happen. Who could forget something that disgusting?!?

Throw out the coffee. It could be the most expensive and delicious Starbucks coffee in existence and it wouldn't be worth it.

I threw it away as soon as he was out of sight and also changed cups. I also made tea instead, as I couldn't face coffee.

I was worried that this FML wouldn't be disgusting enough, thanks for removing my concerns Noor.

That's snot cool. Sorry, had to do it.

Who nose, it might improve it if it was snot very good! I am also deeply sorry.

Thats just nasty.

My name is Cleveland Brown and i would like to say that my coffee's bogey free oh what a splendid day!