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Photocopier Climbing Frame

A robust tinsel covered frame which surrounds your photocopier at Christmas
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Now you can photocopy any part of your body at the Christmas party without fear of crashing through the glass, being sacked, and cementing your place in office folklore all in 20 seconds.
Fishrat, Dec 23 2005

and perhaps a temporary softfall surface http://www.eddept.w...laygroundSafety.htm
[po, Dec 23 2005]

Caught in the act http://www.yourdail...om/i/u/Nuajqt7p.jpg
[Shz, Dec 23 2005]

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       A photocopier's depth of field is typically *extremely* short so body parts still need intimate contact for good reproduction.
bristolz, Dec 23 2005
  

       Agreed, Briz. Achieving this while clinging to the frame would add to the fun though.
Fishrat, Dec 23 2005
  

       Ah. Yes. True, that.
bristolz, Dec 23 2005
  

       bristolz, - you've done the practical research?
Ian Tindale, Dec 23 2005
  

       And for those that are no so able-bodied, but want to join in the fun: A photocopier zimmer frame.   

       Yeah, bristolz, we want the proof!
Ling, Dec 23 2005
  

       Sure. Just photocopy an object that doesn't lie flat on the glass and you'll have the practical proof you so desire.
bristolz, Dec 23 2005
  

       Isn't this what digital cameras were invented for?
DrCurry, Dec 23 2005
  

       How disappointing, bristolz. I was expecting some prior art.
Ling, Dec 24 2005
  
      
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