While the 1st anniversary of the coronation of King George might have passed unnoticed by some, there has been an on-going celebration of King George’s ascendancy – the Paper Jubilee.
Appropriately enough, the Paper Jubilee has been celebrated primary, well, on paper – or at the very least, in some sort of print. But it has also involved paper in all kinds of creative ways.
Some of the hallmarks of the Paper Jubilee have included:
- Free paper wad stress balls!
- Changing job descriptions, on paper, to get rid of a particular position in order to remove a particular person. This is the kinder, gentler way of getting rid of someone. It’s not (obviously) personal this way!
- Creating new fiction!
- The acquisition (or creation) of paper mache staff – no spines needed – or wanted!
- Turning contracts into artfully folded origami pieces!
- Random confetti blizzards made from the board policy handbook!
- Expanding royal pronouncements, including the infamous and hearty motivational articles, via the electronic in-house news letter (saving trees.)
- Expanding royal pronouncements via the revived district-wide newsletter (killing more trees than ever!)
- Repurposing faculty calendar recommendations as toilet paper!
- Streamers! Streamers! Streamers!
And of course, the best way to celebrate a paper jubilee, will be to write a new autobiographical book about being the King!