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Forgot ‘Boss’s Day?’ We’ve got you covered

Forgot ‘Boss’s Day?’ We’ve got you covered

WORLD'S BEST BOSS: Michael Scott of "The Office." Photo: Associated Press, clipart.com

So you didn’t remember Boss’s Day until you were already at the office? Don’t worry; you’ve got gift-giving options galore and they’re right in front of you.

Who couldn’t use another coffee mug?

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Whether it’s from you – or that mystery mug that’s been in the break room for 7 months – it’s a gift that says “Hey, you like to drink liquids! Happy Boss’s Day!”

A classy office plant
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Don’t have a plant on your desk? Bob in accounting does … and he’ll never miss it.

Show your boss you’re always prepared
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Who says the third floor needs a First-Aid kit? We say your boss needs a lifetime supply of off-brand bandages and expired Tums.

Get crafty
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Imagine the compliments your boss will get from some handmade “one of a kind” jewelry. Or a necktie! The possibilities are endless.

Decorate their office
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Let your inner Martha Stewart shine by “decorating” with everyday office supplies. Paper box fort? Check. Coffee filter “flowers?” Duh! Paper chains hung over everything? Winning! And don’t forget about paper hole-punch confetti – there are literally trash cans full of it!
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Candy Crush
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Does your boss like playing Candy Crush Saga? How about some actual candy from the receptionist’s desk … no one will ever miss it.
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Did you know they have free magazines up there? Just saying.
Everyone loves a free lunch
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Who says it has to be one you brought from home? Didn’t Janet leave her leftovers in the fridge the other day?

Classy self portrait
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Nothing says “You’re a great boss!” like a Xerox self-portrait. Bonus points if its autographed in red pen.

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