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linking office chairs

chairs that lock together
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are you tired of a day at the office where at lunchtime, everyone goes to a good restaurant and leaves you behind? well, now with linking office chairs, you just hook onto a popular coworkers rolling office chair, and they will be forced to ride to the restaurant with you attacthed, no more exclusion.
the extreme baker, Apr 02 2007

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       Ha!   

       The fixed chairs in our office link together, for what it's worth.
DrCurry, Apr 02 2007
  

       Would the idea imply procentual strength linkage, or would one be linked to the same coleagues every luchhour?   

       Careful though, if you're on a coffee break while they leave, no more chair!
sweet, Apr 03 2007
  

       You take coffee breaks at lunchtime? Now *that's* quality slacking!
DrCurry, Apr 03 2007
  

       You take your office chair to restaurants?
skinflaps, Apr 03 2007
  

       [sweet] - and [skinflaps] both have a point - if we were to use some kind of person-to-person superglue, that ought to solve both problems.   

       Simply retire to the washrooms one breaktime, strip to your underwear, coat yourself with glue, before running out into the office and leaping onto the first popular person you see.   

       After an initial settling-in period, the popular person will become resigned to your presence, and you will be able to attend all of the social events to which you have hitherto been excluded.   

       Hooray!
zen_tom, Apr 03 2007
  

       I'm not a manager so I don't get to take lunch breaks.
Galbinus_Caeli, Apr 03 2007
  

       //I'm not a manager so I don't get to take lunch breaks.//   

       See, you've got that totally backwards.
shapu, Apr 03 2007
  

       //backwards// Tell that to my managers. Oh, wait, you can't, they are on break.
Galbinus_Caeli, Apr 03 2007
  

       I think I want to be a manager at your place. Wait, it's the other way around here, so I don't really mind. Oh, except my manager gets paid more than me. Scratch that, then, I do want to be a manager at your place. I can't ask my managers, because they're busy.
TheLightsAreOnBut, Apr 03 2007
  

       then link it to the manager!
the extreme baker, Apr 03 2007
  

       Come on baby, do the locomotion!
RayfordSteele, Apr 04 2007
  

       //Simply retire to the washrooms one breaktime, strip to your underwear, coat yourself with glue, before running out into the office and leaping onto the first popular person you see//   

       I think I'll forward this suggestion to all the ladies at work.   

       Then again, I think I'll just imagine one or two of them trying it out, but not forward the suggestion.
ye_river_xiv, Apr 05 2007
  

       [ye_river] Just remember, there is a difference between glue and lube.
Galbinus_Caeli, Apr 05 2007
  
      
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