LOL. Nice gun TeRq.
I changed my username from Artimonier to Arotaritei Vlad
Probably the strangest thing in my cubicle is a Brazilian war club (no picture, unfortunately) hanging on my wall, right next the the African rungu (example below) hanging on my co-worker's wall.
They are fully functional, but we get away with it by claiming that they're decorative. And now we don't have to worry about active shooter situations. :)
Too bad airsoft guns are illegal in Australia :S Apparently they look too realistic and "might" be used for robbery, so airsoft is banned. I settle for paintball instead.
As for the strangest thing in my office space… for the most part it's functional and I had trouble finding something that was out of place. Then I looked up and saw a few things worthy of that title.
One was this LEGO truck that I received for Christmas several years ago and built myself. The back section is controlled by a few levers and lifts up/down using air pressure. Steering is controlled from just above the cabin, and inside the truck most of the moving parts look and move similarly to how they would in a real truck. I believe the cabin can be lifted forward to access the main engine as well, but I couldn't figure out how to do that when I took it down and dusted it off today.
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tools became weapons was a bad day.
The day that weapons became toys was even wors.
There is nothing good about weapons.
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I have to admit that I laughed when I first saw this XD It'd be slightly intimidating to walk into an office and see that thing lying around.
I found this little fella sitting atop my desk:
It's a common cold microbe plush toy.
I think it would be bad if you were climbing, and when you get to the topi, your boss says "Sorry, we're gonna have to let you go…" I know, bad joke, i just had to.
I'm afraid I don't have strange things in my office. Maybe the Lego 3d printer/plotter?
Hmmmm… But negotiating salary? A perfect moment! Thanks for the idea! :-D
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