DiceTV: Do You Really Want them to Know Why You Like Jell-O?

We work long hours. We work in close quarters. We spend more time with each other  meaning our co-workers – than we do with our families. But that doesn’t mean we can spout off any old thing whenever we get the urge. Watch the video, or read our story here.

6 Responses to “DiceTV: Do You Really Want them to Know Why You Like Jell-O?”

  1. Nancy Bir

    I enjoyed this segment and giggled along. Sometimes the TMI factor is not only a distracting embarrassment but heart wrenching for a co-worker. When you are faced with a friendly co-worker’s burden and can offer no help other than a ear. These are the times that I try to remember to just whisper a prayer for the person burdened and let them know that I do care. The nutty revelations are easily passed with just a quiet smile and no encouragement to continue.

  2. Nancy Bir

    I enjoyed this segment and giggled along. Sometimes the TMI factor is not only a distracting embarrassment but heart wrenching for a co-worker. When you are faced with a friendly co-worker’s burden and can offer no help other than a ear. These are the times that I try to remember to just whisper a prayer for the person burdened and let them know that I do care. The nutty revelations are easily passed with just a quiet smile and no encouragement to continue.