Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Most Likely To Awards

Most Likely to Awards are a great way to add laughter to any yearbook, school function, family reunion, or office party. These awards typically take the format of "most likely to...", but you can also twist them into "least likely to..."

Once a mainstay in high school yearbooks, a classic list of Most Likely to Awards includes:
  • most likely to succeed
  • most likely to get married
  • most likely to become President
  • most likely to end up in jail
  • most likely to become a supermodel
  • most likely to be remembered
  • most likely to be forgotten

Flip the wording around and now you have doubled your list of awards:
  • least likely to succeed
  • least likely to get married
  • least likely to become President
  • least likely to end up in jail
  • least likely to become a supermodel
  • least likely to be remembered
  • least likely to be forgotten

Most Likely To Awards can work great in the office or workplace, too. But due to the sensitive nature of the workplace (especially in the U.S.), you'll want to avoid references to appearance or character traits that could potentially embarrass the recipient. New jobs are hard to come by these days, and you don't want to get canned by HR (most likely to fire you for inappropriate most likely to awards).

For corporate settings, create most likely to awards that focus on humorous situations common to the workplace. Some examples include:
The hard part in coming up with most likely to awards is making them funny. After all, the idea is to create a few laughs, not awkward tension. That's why we've assembled a team of top comedians and office workers to do the work for you.

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