When someone started using Jenny’s printer at work, she put out a simple memo telling them to stop. Since it was on the network, the ID was just a string of numbers, and she didn’t want to get HR involved. They weren’t using much anyway.
When she came in the next morning, there was a single sheet paper with one line of text: I didn’t know how else to say hello.
At the end of her shift, she responded and printed: Maybe we could have lunch instead?
The following day, another page: Printers aren’t great at lunch dates, I’ve found.