Business: Cubicle
Cubicle Barbecue   (+11, -1)  [vote for, against]
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The Cubicle Barbecue is for someone seeking an authentic outdoor snack during a busy working day. Perfect for people whose cubicle seems to be natural gathering points as it allows people to cook a steak during impromtu meetings.

Using sythi-low-smoke-carcoal, and the odd document that is too important to be shredded, a cubicle barbecue will make your cubicle the envy of all who survey it.
-- Aristotle, Jun 14 2001

(?) you could try one of these...
[mihali, Jun 14 2001, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Agent L'Orange http://www.halfbake...a/marinade_20napalm
This would wow 'em at the cook off. [reensure, Jun 14 2001]

How about one for workers who have lost their gruntle--it lets them roast their cubical and all its contents over a slow fire...
-- Dog Ed, Jun 14 2001

I think this idea also needs low-smell food for it to work. Anyone who has worked in an office in an office in San Diego with a popcorn machine can attest to the fact that as popcorn is far too aromatic, let alone a steak done to perfection. To compensate for the lack of smell scratch-and-sniff cards could be supplied that double as post-its.
-- Aristotle, Jun 15 2001

ub: "grilled" works nicely too, don't you think?
-- mihali, Jun 15 2001

Clever idea. I need one of these desparately. I'm sure a fan system could be erected above the grill area that would suck the offending smoke and odors out of the building.
-- smizzou, Jun 15 2001

Aristotle: Yeah, I don't know what it is about microwave popcorn, but the stench permeates the building...Someone here can nuke theirs in the downstairs breakroom and two floors and half a building away it can still be smelled...
-- StarChaser, Jun 16 2001

Just wondering if Dog_Ed has done more research on his wood pulp marinade for duck?
-- reensure, Jun 16 2001

Can I suggest the name Cube-A-Que for this product?
-- dgeiser13, Jun 21 2001

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