apparently we all need to work here




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Loretta said…
Wut?

No one told me they were filming at work.

Musta been out to lunch.....
paula said…
Little shits probably have great benefits too! ;)
Musing said…
Based on the demographic, I'm too old. RATS!
jess said…
I'm so envious it hurts.
margalit said…
Thank you for reminding me why I no longer work at Netscape. I'm too fucking old!

Seriously, that's what my office looked like. 23 year old guys with million dollar houses.
islaygirl said…
i love this.

but why are they all so young and beautiful?
blackbird said…
I've decided it isn't real - it's been cast by a professional and shot by someone famous...


(sadly, not true, it's just a really cool company)
Poppy Buxom said…
I'm so old I don't even know who did that song.
Tuesdayy said…
Okay...
1. I love that song. Love. it.
2. I want to work at such a fun place.
3. They did a great job!
4. I have roughly 6 months left before I'm too old...I think I'll turn in my application ;)
Kim said…
That is way way cool and I want to work there.
The guy in the jumper and tie is my favourite.
Jeannie said…
I'm so old I was born in the 1950's. I asked my 19yr old daughter and she said the name of the song is Flagpole Sitta by Hairy Canary.
Jill said…
That's wonderful.
Mel said…
That makes me actually wish I had a job!
ann (fchen) said…
love it!!
tut-tut said…
IS this for real??? I'll have to ask L who the band is.
Caro said…
I just quit my job.

Think they're hiring?

Nah, I'm too old by at least a decade.
kilowatthour said…
apparently you have to be white to work there, too. white, 23, and improbably adorable.
katy said…
It's for real! My brother's gf went to high school with the guy in the blue sandwich SILF shirt!
BabelBabe said…
They all have such perfect teeth. And I'm in love with the guy in the jacket, tie, and James Spader sneer.

My boys thoroughly enjoyed the song, esp. The Baby who danced maniacally around the kitchen.
Priscilla said…
I had to figure out what SILF meant.

These kids are absolutly adorable.
kmkat said…
Too old to know SILF. Thank FSM for urbandictionary.com. Never heard that song but I like it. blackbird, thank you for this clip -- I put it in my own blog and credited you for the link.

Although I was born BEFORE the 1950s (not much before, but still in that ancient age known as the Baby Boom), I work in an office where all those kids could work, as long as they spruced themselves up into what my employer calls business casual (no jeans, shirts must have collars, no bare shoulders; we are all CPAs after all). I'm the dinosaur they love to be mothered by.