5 Signs You Work at a Creative Agency

A little while back Digiday started a Tumblr “You Know You Work at a Creative Agency When.” We kind of let it fall by the wayside for a bit, but that’s about to change, and we need your help. Tweet us or leave ideas in the comments. What are some telltale signs that you work at a creative agency? Here are some we have already to get you started.

You don’t follow traffic rules while riding your fixie to work.

You agree with this:

You or someone in your office has one of these old-timey mustaches:

You work with an inordinate number of Swedes and Brazilians.

You wear a jaunty scarf around the office in the summer.



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