Holiday parties - you either love them or hate them. If you love them, chances are you enjoy the people you work with, enjoy a good holiday laugh, love the complimentary meal with drink tickets, and of course, you probably love the prizes at the end of the night.

If you're not a fan, you probably despise the above, or... you've had a bad experience.

Anything can happen at the Christmas party

Seriously - ANYTHING can happen at the holiday party... they don't call it the most wonderful time of year for nothing after all.

One could argue that the company holiday party is simply a landmine for humiliation. You don't have to have that liquid courage either, you could wind up at the wrong place at the wrong time, overhear something you shouldn't have, or, hear an intoxicated coworker talk about how much more money they make than you do.

Now, the chances are that the memorable (or notorious) moment at the holiday party is rooted in alcohol but that's not always the case.

As we said, the party can be a landmine. But, maybe that's what you want? Perhaps you're looking for a new gig and no one knows it. We have you covered...

We asked you, the people of the Treasure Valley to help us -- and those who need it -- what is that one thing you should never do at the holiday party?

We sorted through messages we received on our station app as well as social media to give you a guide of sorts: If you're set on wanting to destroy your company holiday party, here are eight things you can do...

8 Ways You Can Destroy Your Idaho Company's Holiday Party

Don't do any of these things unless you intend on ruining your company's holiday party.

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Christmas lights are great and all... but have you ever stopped and thought about the frustrations that can come with them? It's not all bad though, one of these truths is actually pretty positive!

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Cowgirls don't just want jewelry, they want more than just something shiny.

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