You start off strong in September, smiling like Kevin in this scene in the fifth season. But as each month pass, just like as he walks up carries that massive pot of his famous chili - a metaphor of your hopes and dream of coasting through the year - you drop the ball. That futile attempt at salvaging your sanity and expectations are something come May, aren't they?
It's bound to happen when someone finds a way to mix up their favs into a clever little meme for their blog. Since Hamilton is all the rage, it's no surprise they'd tack on a little Dunder Mifflin onto it. And who best to use than Pam Beesley?
In a moment of happy coincidence, this user found a tasteful collection of shirts and ties matching Dwight's iconic style. he put it a snap for their followers to check out and, if they're lucky, buy at their local spot. Just remember - identity theft is not a theft!
This guy put up a selfie, wondering what The Office fans would come up with what clearly is a Jim Halpert doppelganger. Besides this retweet, another good response was "Flirt with the receptionist from Dunder Mifflin." You have to wonder how many new followers this may have added to his count as well.
No need to use a "That's what she said" or "I am Beyonce, always." If you're like this student in her yearbook photo you can just cleverly use a particular moment in Season 7 to really get school spirit across. That way she won't get suspended - but she did go viral, so who knows.
The show's been off the air for years but those jokes are still fresh, thanks to a certain person who was also on NBC at one point. You see that look of complete disappointment on former President Obama shaking the hand of former Apprentice host Donald Trump, and you see how it easy it is to get a mega-depressed Michael Scott to voice Obama's internal monologue. You can only imagine what Obama would say if he'd be doing it The Office-style.
Sometimes you have that one friend who doesn't see movies or TV. Or sometimes it gets worse - you're at a party and you lay down that funny Dwight joke and no one gets it. Don't worry, he understands, even if he doesn't know about Beiber.
Michael Scott is the man of many faces, all filled with a managerial and personal cringe. One of these four will simultaneously have you chuckling and say "Yeah that's me." Not sure how many of those cheese puffs you'd be able to eat before you'd get sick, though.
In another appearance of using a reference from the show to make a recent pop culture reference, one tweet ties it to sci-fi movie Ghost In The Shell. That movie took a lot of flak for its casting of white actors for Asian characters. This screen cap deliciously drives that criticism home, thanks to Dwight on the "Diversity Day" episode of season one.
12. Oh Man I Really Should Have Stopped At Season 3
Everyone does a little procrastination where they're studying, but they need to stay far away from the Netflix account when they're doing it. If not, they'll end up halfway through the exam hating themselves for bringing the whole show. Sidenote: That screencap is from "Scott's Tots" - unless you really want to see some really uncomfortable scenes, steer clear.
There was an epic moment of The Office lookalikes during the Republican presidential campaign in 2016. One protestor trolled candidate Ted Cruz rather well with a side-by-side shot of his portrait with Kevin. Needless to say, Ted was not amused.
Jenna Fischer made a callback of her own with a photo she posted on Twitter not too long ago. This pic of her in front of a Chilis is in reference to an episode when Pam was banned from the chain. Chili's saw her tweet, and after years of kicking her out, have officially lifted the "ban."