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Denzel Musumba

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I just love the festive season because of the many bashes around. This week I have managed to gate crash five corporate parties. I must admit that these corporate guys know how to throw a good bash. Anyway, what I love about these office parties is that you get to see your colleagues in a very different light. Colleague X meets alcohol and alcohol meet colleague X. It’s like the fusion of the two brings out a totally different creature. That random shy guy at jobo all of sudden becomes a ‘terrorist’. Then that chick that has been known to be so rigid and uptight is all of a sudden mingling and dancing with all the office dudes. It’s so much fun as you wait eargerly through the night to see which colleague will funga the other. Holiday mode I have noticed that not everybody applies the ‘let loose rule’ during the bash. Some colleagues show up for the end year party uptight as they are at work. Poor you if you end up sitting next to one of those boring office types. There’s nothing like that feeling after a whole year of working your ass off and waking up the day after your office party. It’s like your mind has officially checked into holiday mode. I don’t know why employers insist on having these parties before the offices actually close. Most employees’ minds have switched off and what they are probably thinking about is what they will get up to once the damn offices close. It’s almost torture having to sit through that last week before. Bashes aside, what’s the year been like for you? For most people 2010 has been a relatively good working year. So many new opportunities have come up and people have started being more innovative. Let us just hope after the crazy year we will continue to soar greater heights. So as you party yourself away, be sure 2011 is knocking on the door and you better have a solid plan to rock.