The 10 Best Office Fights Ever

Do you ever feel like hitting your annoying coworker? Screaming at your boss? Smashing a printer or two, perhaps?

Chances are, you haven’t done it. But some people have. We’ve compiled a list of the ten best office fights ever. This list includes virals, movie scenes, and ads that reflect the pinnacle of office rage. A couple of the fights are even real, reminding us that anything is possible–even in an otherwise safe and boring office.

Don’t Say That!

A man disagrees with what his colleague is saying on the phone. When he doesn’t get his point across by slamming a pencil on the table, he tackles his coworker.

Traders Gone Wild

It’s business as usual for these stock traders–until one of them slides across the table, tackles a coworker, and breaks his computer keyboard on the man’s head.

Temper(ature) Control

Two men want the fan on different speeds. When one of them takes the fan’s remote control, the other flies into a rage.

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Roy Charges Jim

Roy from The Office charges Jim Halpert–and gets maced.

Cube Rampage

A cubicle worker goes on rampage, destroying everything in sight.

Dense Coworker

An employee tries to explain how to do something on the computer. When his coworker doesn’t understand, the employee knocks him over, kicks him several times, and does it himself.

Swayze Kicks Butt

Patrick Swayze kicks some office butt in this scene from the movie Roadhouse.

Jerry Springer Meets Chicago Public Aid

Two men brawl Jerry Springer-style in a Chicago public aid office.

Meeting Brawl

A debate turns into a meeting room brawl in this quick and dirty ad.

Man vs. Copy Machines

A printer sprays a man’s shirt with black ink. He responds by beating up a photocopying machine with a computer monitor.

Written by Drea Knufken

Currently, I create and execute content- and PR strategies for clients, including thought leadership and messaging. I also ghostwrite and produce press releases, white papers, case studies and other collateral.