“Grizzlies Day” Craze Takes Over Employee Appreciation Day: Celebrating Hard Work With Gun Flashing

Employee Appreciation Day Becomes Latest Drug Craze

Employee Appreciation Day, the annual day of celebration for hard-working employees everywhere, has become the latest drug craze. The trend has gained momentum quickly following news of the NBA’s investigation into Grizzlies star guard Ja Morant for appearing to flash a gun in a video he posted to his Instagram account Saturday morning.

The new craze has been dubbed “Grizzlies Day” and involves people donning Morant’s jersey and flashing guns in similar fashion to the video. Reports of the drug’s effects are mixed, with some claiming to feel invincible while others report feeling a sense of power and confidence.

The drug has quickly become popular among those in the working world, with employees across the country seeing it as a way to show appreciation for their hard work. “It’s a way to show my boss how much I really care,” one employee said. “I know he’s scared of guns, so this is a way to show him that I’m not afraid.”

The drug has also become a way for employees to “get back” at their employers. “It’s a way to show them that I’m not afraid to fight back,” another employee said. “I know they’re scared of guns, so this is a way to show them that I mean business.”

Despite the drug’s increasing popularity, authorities are warning people to be careful. “We don’t condone the use of this drug,” one police officer said. “It can be dangerous and should be avoided.”

While the drug’s popularity continues to grow, authorities hope that it will eventually die out and that Employee Appreciation Day will remain a day of celebration and not one of fear.

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