So at work, we got this new colleague.
He's only been around for a few days, and the only thing that we know about him so far is that he likes to horse around a lot.
Today all colleague of our department got an email from him with the following text:
Qzox amuuzobmzv Pnfaz crnp np gv wnxpc /zzy N /mbuq unyz cm nfsncz ouu mw vmb mszx cm gv ,uoaz mf crz /zzyzfq N /nuu dz ,xmsnqnfe wmmq ofq qxnfyp wmx zszxvmfz /rm prm/p b, Pzz vmb ouu
Can you help me figure out what he wants to tell us?
Capitalization does not matter. For example "N" equals "n", it's just capitalized.
I used the american keyboard layout to creating this cipher (although I'm from Germany, so if you don't have one in front of you, I used the one provided by Windows and turned it into ENG(USA)).
I hope I didn't make any mistakes while typing this, since I made up the cipher myself (at least I don't know if something like this exists.. it might, I didn't double check that).
The clue to solving this is provided in the first paragraph / introduction.