Ditch the suits: The No Office Holiday Party is tonight!

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Your office was never this sexy. 2013 photo by Yucca Miyata

Office culture is the actual worst sometimes. Those awful K cups of coffee that taste like they were boiled from rat bunghole; those magic midtown lunch spots that can turn 12 whole dollars into a single unfulfilling salad, not to mention CAROL IN ACCOUNTING who you’re pretty sure is the world’s leading expert on Real Housewifery. So instead of pining for an overrated office gig this holiday season, come party with the freelancers, under-employed and non-office-drones of Brooklyn. Brokelyn and our buddies at the skint are back hosting the fourth annual No Office Holiday Party at Littlefield on Dec. 11!

We’ve got live-band karaoke so you can sing like a rock star, mistletoe, comedy, a photobooth, sexy santas, food, presents, dancing and more! All for just $5, the same as a roundtrip subway ride to whatever awful midtown venue those real office parties happen in. Details below, buy your tickets now here

-Host Jo Firestone (co-host of Punderdome 3000 and host of WFMU’s Dr. Gameshow)
-Sing like a star with the backing of a live band from Rock Star Karaoke (Gothamist’s best karaoke in NYC 2014 AND they’ve played at both Saturday Night Live after parties and the wrap parties for Girls and Orange is the New Black)
-Keepsake festive photos by Bibi Booth
-Yummy drunk snacks provided by Yeah Dawg
-Raffle gift prizes for the good boys and girls. Also for the naughty ones, because who are we to judge.
-Tunes to put the yule in your log by DJ Brian Blackout
-Non-heteronormative mistletoe
-Sponsored by Car2Go, who will be on hand to give out free rides to help you carry that holiday shopping around.
-And more!

**Just $5!!!!**

(Tickets are $5 in advance, $8 day of, so buy yours here now!)


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