There's just something about cubicles and the office environment that brings out the ultimate of pettiness in us. While someone slowly crunching away on chips while tapping their pen in any other environment would only be slightly annoying, enduring this torture at work can make your blood boil. The Chatty Kathy that won't stop talking to you can be tolerable elsewhere, but MY GOD BETTY IF YOU TELL ME ABOUT WHAT YOUR CAT DID LAST NIGHT AGAIN. You see my point? Check out these hilarious stories of annoying coworkers that will unfortunately probably hit too close to home.
Cindy is a perpetual victim and manipulates situations to make herself a victim. She chooses to be miserable and wants everyone else to be miserable as well. At work, Cindy complains about everything and everyone to the supervisors. However, every single thing she complains about is something she is also guilty of doing. If we try to point that out to her, we are being "mean" to her. It's maddening. She also loves to specifically target individuals. For example, Cindy complained about someone not following the dress code to get that person in trouble. A memo went out to everyone reminding us of the rules. Cindy then started complaining about things she could no longer wear. Somehow Cindy's the victim. When I moved to a different cubicle, Cindy asked me if it was because of her. It had nothing to do with her. I told her no. Not good enough. Cindy then went to the supervisor and cried about how I moved to a new cube because of her. The supervisor had to talk to me about it. Cindy made herself a victim. Cindy's recent target is a coworker who reconciled with boyfriend and is really happy. We're not allowed to be happy. When that coworker went on vacation, Cindy went to the supervisors with false accusations of her not doing her job. We tipped off the coworker when she came back about Cindy's shenanigans and told her to ignore Cindy. Not good enough. Cindy's not getting enough attention over it so she's blocked the coworker on Facebook and won't speak to her at work. However, Cindy is telling everyone the coworker is mad at her. Cindy is the victim. Shut your piehole, Cindy. You're a pathetic bully. You're not a victim (Source)