While scrolling the internet, I stumbled upon a question: "What company secret can you share now that you don't work there?"
Here are the top responses.
At my previous job, a company resembling "Muzzbeed," we regularly posted this question to gather clickbait material.
While working at Radio Shack in the early 90s, returned items that didn't work were simply repackaged and sold again as new by the store manager.
Used to work at a graphic design firm. All our Adobe software was pirated.
From a high ceiling, we could zoom in on money games and read bill serial numbers. We could even see dice pips.
Maple sap from different states can be trucked in, and it's the processing location, not the tree location, that determines the resulting syrup.