EDITOR IN CHIEF ADAM RAPOPORT, LEFT, WITH CREATIVE DIRECTOR ALEX GROSSMAN.Our editor in chief, Adam Rapoport, has been to 17 office holiday parties in his career, three of which he's hosted here at Bon Appétit. (That's him above, at left; next to him is Alex Grossman, our creative director.) He's seen it all, from drunk co-workers dancing on (and falling off) tables to stone-cold-sober abstainers; from dudes wearing the same old thing to ladies dressing for Cinderella's ball; from people eating too much to people drinking way too much. It's not hard to be a good office-party guest-but the rules are definitely worth mentioning. Here's how our boss thinks you should behave at yours (and yes, Adam, we're taking notes, too).
1. DON'T Be a Sober Sally
"Number one mistake: Not drinking. Everyone always tells you that you don't want to be the person who is falling-down drunk at your office party, but you also don't want to be the person who is stone-cold sober. You should have fun. Your co-workers will be more forgiving-they like to have