As it continues to grow into a popular event, Take Our Daughters and Sons To Work Day (also referred to as Take Your Child To Work Day) has become a staple in many households across the United States. Created in 1992 with the full support of Gloria Steinem -- founder of the Ms. Foundation for Women organization -- Take Our Daughters and Sons To Work Day was initially known as Take Our Daughters To Work Day, but thanks to the growing success of the practiced day, expansion officially incorporated all children into the holiday in 2003. A day that is primarily used as a time for parents to showcase what their everyday jobs consist of, Take Our Daughters and Sons To Work Day should also be a time to enjoy the company of those closest to you.

That being said, here’s a list of 10 funny quotes you’ll certainly want to share around the office on Take Your Child To Work Day!

“Sorry, but your child told your boss what you really think.”

“I actually look forward to Take Your Daughter to Work Day. I’m not great with kids, but I want to get better. Because I’m getting married. So I put on a bunch of extra candy on my desk so the kids will come talk to me. Like the witch in ‘Hansel and Gretel.’” -- Pam Beasley from "The Office"

“I like kids, but this not a kids environment. This is like HBO, no limits. Who knows what I’m going to say, crazy stuff, and it is R-rated, it is not rated G. I am like Eddie Murphy in ‘Raw,’ and they are trying to make me into Eddie Murphy in ‘Daddy Daycare.’ Both great movies, but still.” -- Michael Scott from "The Office"

“Now that I’ve seen you explain your job to your child, I realize how little you actually do.”

“Take your child to work day is a wonderful opportunity to pull the fire alarm and blame the children.”

“I noticed on take your kids to work day that your child was actually better at your job than you are.”

“I’m bringing my kids to work so they can see why I’m such a bitch when I get home.”

“Taking my kid to work will only further reinforce my fear that I can be easily replaced by a six year old.”

“Today our office will be overrun by smaller and even whinier versions of ourselves.”

“I refuse to take my kids to work because they’re so much more talented on those computer things than I am.”