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office camouflage

hold very still and maybe he won't come in
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Office camouflage disguises the cubicle inhabitant with images of binders, papers loose and stacked, an odd stapler, a coffee cup etc. Camouflaged inhabitants work uninterrupted, as coworkers looking to pass time in idle chatter or collect for baby showers pass by. Office camouflage may be worn as an understated neck tie or a full office ghillie suit, complete with fluttering postits.
bungston, Dec 13 2010

M18A1 Claymore mine http://en.wikipedia...mines#Ottawa_treaty
"Go away" with extra emphasis. [8th of 7, Dec 14 2010]

Urban Camouflage http://www.urbancamouflage.de/
Actually, really baked but only as an art project. [DrBob, Dec 14 2010]

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       Stuning. [+]
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 13 2010
  

       Buns galore, although how this idea can be categorised as in any way "half - baked" is puzzling as it is SO good.
8th of 7, Dec 13 2010
  

       //Camouflaged inhabitants work uninterrupted,//Is this not a mortal sin?
blissmiss, Dec 13 2010
  

       Didn't Dilbert do this quite a way back in the form of a suit made out of Cubicle wall fabric?
MechE, Dec 13 2010
  

       The Russian office camouflage video is pretty funny if you haven't seen it nyet.   

       It's still a great idea! [+] (though I work at a front desk with a waiting room, so I need something a bit different!!)
xandram, Dec 14 2010
  

       // a bit different //   

       Claymore mines ?   

       <link>
8th of 7, Dec 14 2010
  

       {shoots [MaxwellBuchanan] with a stune gune}   

       He means, of course, "stirring". It's a common misreading. We've been through this before. In Kazakhstan, as I recall.
pertinax, Dec 14 2010
  

       He means, of course, stuning. And you said you wouldn't tell the others about Khazhakhsthan, [perty]
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 14 2010
  

       Ah yes. "Cultural Learnings of [pertnax] for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan" .... a big hit, compared to the previous documentary on tractor production.
8th of 7, Dec 14 2010
  
      
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