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13 Relatable Harry Potter Moments That Sum Up the Working Week

By Mark Wilkinson | May 11, 2017 | Friday Funnies

Have you ever been sat watching a film and just thought, “Hmm… I can definitely relate to that!”

Well, recently I was watching one of my all time favourites – Harry Potter – and it seemed during the film there were a few moments that were quite familiar to my working week.

Although a few of these are possibly a tad extreme, I’m sure you’ll enjoy them!

1. When the boss schedules a meeting for half 5…

2. When the new person starts…

3. When the boss actually gives you a compliment…

4. When the CEO is on their way…

5. When visitors come to your workplace…

6. When you’re best friends with the boss…

7. Trying to explain a problem to IT…

8. When lunchtime finally arrives…

9. When the weekend comes around…

10. But then Sunday evening comes along…

11. When people keep adding to your to-do list…

12. When you had a late night last night…

13. When the company treat you to a free lunch…

A tad “riddikulus”?

Not at all, I think they’re quite “Sirius“!

…Ok, all joking aside I hope you enjoyed (and could relate) to a few of these.

(Hopefully the less drastic!)

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- Mark Wilkinson
Mark Wilkinson

Mark Wilkinson

Mark is one of the founders of Coburg Banks and heads up the permanent recruitment division of the business.  Every day he helps companies with their recruitment projects, sourcing the very best individuals for their vacancies.  He understands recruitment inside-out.

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