If you work in an office, chances are you're a frequent observer of your coworkers' slightly annoying habits, whether they involve kicking their shoes off, taking their calls on speakerphone, or heating up fish in the microwave. But if you experience a daily dose of boredom while working in an office, your observation skills may become so fine-tuned that they go viral.
A Redditor by the name of genoohh recently honed in their observation skills and basic Excel skills by creating a spreadsheet logging the Diet Coke consumption of a coworker named Greg. The first iteration logs each time that Greg popped open a new can of the drink each day over the past month-and-a-half. The second version shows the cumulative number of cans Greg has opened each day, resulting in a satisfying incline.
Behold, Greg's Diet Coke Consumption chart:
Here is the oh-so-detailed genoohh's explanation of the spreadsheet:
"I started a new job about 3 months ago and about 1.5 months in I noticed the guy across the cube divider drinks a serious amount of Diet Coke. I don't know why, but I decided to start keeping track of his consumption and it has made work slightly more enjoyable (really the only thing I look forward to everyday is collecting more data)," genoohh explained.
"I only input data when I see or hear him open a new can, so this chart should probably be more dense since I'm not around him all day. He's averaging about 3.25 cans a day as far as I know," the comment reads. "No data is collected on the weekend because... weekend. The thick vertical lines are Sundays. Also, I took a couple days vacation about midway through the chart so there's a gap in data."
If you've become just as obsessed with Greg as genoohh (and the rest of Reddit), there's more good news. The Redditor plans to share the "raw data" later if possible. Genoohh did not immediately respond to Someecards' request for comment–but we imagine that's because they're too busy observing Greg.