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September 18, 2019 / Posted by:

The umbrella that has kept people out of an office for days!

Let’s say you stroll up to your office and you try to open the door, but the door won’t open, and when you look down, you see an umbrella blocking the door from opening up and letting you work. What do you do? Do you try your hardest to figure out this puzzle so you can get back to your job? Do you blow a farewell kiss to that office forever before setting up shop in a different office? Or do you do what I would do, which is shrug, go home, and eat a tub of ice cream while writing my landlord an e-mail, letting them know that I’m not going to be able to pay rent for a while and it’s not my fault because Mary Poppins job-blocked me. Well, the people in this story did the first and second one. Weirdos.

Neeraj K. Agrawal tweeted that an umbrella locked his friend’s company out of their office at WeWork, a shared workspace place, and nobody could figure out how to tame the umbrella that was holding their workspace hostage.

After some suggested to break the glass, Neeraj tweeted that it wasn’t that serious since nothing of use was inside, so his friend’s company just moved to a different office. Twitter, being Twitter, offered up all kinds of suggestions like: take the door off (but the door comes off from the inside), drop in through the drop ceiling (but there is no drop ceiling), use a magnet (but that didn’t work), and slip something through the crack of the door (but there is no crack). Neerak says that WeWork finally stepped in and hired an engineer to pull some MacGyver shit, but it didn’t work.

As of now, the office is still the kingdom that King Umbrella rules. So I guess it’ll just sit there collecting dust until a mountain of dust fills the room, breaking the glass, and sending a tsunami of dust to take out humanity. But honestly, this could’ve easily been avoided.

This is why every good office needs a dog as a receptionist/office manager, because if Neeraj’s friend had one like HSOTD Sam, this wouldn’t be happening.

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