Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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candy at work

Candy-filled office supplies
 
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Think of those plastic candy-filled "toys such as cell phones, pagers, etc. Now imagine all your office supplies filled with candy... pens, staplers, notebooks... even computers and photocopiers.

Of course, the supplies would be designed in such a way as to not impede their functionality. Furthermore, special staff would be hired to "refil the copier" or whatever with candy, ensuring a constant supply of sugar to keep employees motivated, productive and sugar-happy.

For companies with dental plans who prefer not to go bankrupt, the candy could be replaced with peanuts, cashews or raisins, or something else equally nutritious but still somewhat delicious.

professorfrink, May 12 2002

Candy Computer Mouse http://www.candydir...eng/243260-AA.shtml
Filled with "tasty candy" [professorfrink, May 13 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

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       You get candy at [blissmiss]'s work I understand.

Presuming you can nick it without her noticing...
mcscotland, May 12 2002
  

       Candy-dish... I knew there was a use for my old monitor. Welcome to the bakery, prof.
RayfordSteele, May 12 2002
  

       I'll give you a croissant if you change the Evil "w" word to woik
thumbwax, May 13 2002
  
      
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