Friday, March 17, 2006

Cube Cult-ure

I bought these from to decorate my work space:

Finally, the drudgery of corporate life has been captured in a play set for adults! Ann spends eight hours a day, five days a week, at a tiny desk in a tiny cubicle in a giant room packed with countless similar cubicles in a giant building filled with countless similar rooms. Each set has one 2-3/4" (7 cm) posable plastic figure and all the necessary plastic parts to build a classic corporate cube: four walls, desk, chair, file cabinet, in/out box, phone, and computer. Build one to look exactly like your current workspace or, better yet, construct a whole labyrinth of cubes to make your own miniature office where you’re the boss! Comes with a sticker sheet of decor for your cube, complete with graphs, charts, screens for the computer and pithy office posters. Also includes a job title sticker sheet so you can create a convoluted and meaningless position for your employee.

Every few months, the Cubes get a visit from Eve, the sensitivity consultant. Will she succeed in educating them all about harassment and sexism? Will she steal away with Ted into the janitor’s closet on lunch break? Each 2-3/4" (7 cm) tall posable plastic figure comes with a plastic pointer, four paper visual aids and a 2-1/4" (5.7 cm) tall plastic easel!

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