Q.1. A strong light has been misplaced so that it shines directly onto your computer screen. What problems can this cause you?
Please select one of the answers below
a. The light isn’t warm enough to crack the dragon’s egg that has been
carefully placed on the desk. The light needs to be turned around, with the
main focus of the beam on the top half of the egg, to ensure that the dragon
gets enough vitamin D. This is so that the baby can crack through the toughened egg shell once it has grown enough.
b. The light has taken the form of a forgotten nightmare and thus
stirs in your soul a form of deep dread. You break down crying in
the office, demanding that your line manager produces a bucket of drugs to
calm you down. You lose your job and, eventually, your hair due to the
c. The light is so bright that it blinds not just your eyes but also the
eyes of the people either side of you. You thought that this may occur at
some point in your much vaunted office career so you took careful
preparation and learned braille on your free nights. You laugh in disdain
as your so-called office friends scream for help and you carry on with your
work as any good office worker would.
d. You bloody move the light!