On Deirdre’s Terrain: Cube Party
In which The Gay Recluse imagines a life more exciting than his own.
Our newest correspondent — Deirdre’s Terrain — sends in pix of her desk at work, which she labeled only half-ironically as “CUBE Party!” along with the following report:
Look @ my cube
This is the view from where Deirdre sits. (Note the television!)
Here’s the view from the hallway. (Note how the television is hidden in the nook! Genius!!!)
Thanks for that incredible report, Deirdre! We are reminded of when we were children, and how we dreamed of being an adult with an office and a television we could watch every minute of every single day, and not just when we stayed home
pretending to be sick from school! Of course that was before we knew there would computers with internet access. But imagine having both!
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