Long Ago, a colleague and I were walking through the office and we stumbled upon one of our users. She had one of our reports (on good 'ol green bar printer paper, the way reports were meant to be) on her desk.
We saw her taking the pages of the report, CUTTING THE LINES OUT, so she could paste them back on a new page in the order that she needed them in. She would then photocopy the report before sending it upstream.
We stepped up and mentioned "You know, we can do that for you." "Really??"
Mind this was an age when the computers and computer processing was expensive, so it's not a completely absurd user behavior -- they make do with what they have.
But our group was an upstart with one of them new fangle mini computers, and we were much more nimble and able to be a lot more responsive to our users.
In isolation, though, it's pretty funny in a /facepalm kind of way.