I work the second shift in an office where cubicles are shared. The fellow who uses my cubicle in the first shift has a luxuriant beard. Every night, I come to work and find beard hairs all over the desk and keyboard. I find this incredibly disgusting. Is there a polite way of asking him to clean up after himself?
How about weaving those molted whiskers into a wreath that you can hang from your shared cubicle wall — with a bit of verse attached:
“Your beard is handsome
and deserves an award.
But on your face,
Not in my keyboard.
Don’t forget to tidy!”
And if you’re short on time, feel free to skip the wreath.
—NYT, Social Q's