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Whistling a Sour Note

When co-workers drive you mad, plus correcting others' bad behavior and profiting from charity.

Miss Conduct
(Illustration / Nathalie Dion) Illustration / Nathalie Dion
By Miss Conduct
February 17, 2008

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I admit I have sensitive hearing. However, I've just about had enough of my co-worker, who whistles constantly. It is distracting, piercing, and annoying. I'm relatively new, though, and am nervous about confronting her. Do you think it is appropriate to whistle in an open cubicle setting? (Full article: 898 words)

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