Never heard of it, but it reminds me that we lack a Wikipedia page on office culture, to include the following:
Office training is the process of teaching a human to accept an office as a familiar and safe location. Advocates claim that humans are den-dwelling animals and that a office can become a den substitute. While this is a widely held belief, there is little evidence to support it. Regardless, most young humans can learn to tolerate office training if it is introduced properly. The initial stress from being confined can give way to “increased feelings of security, safety, and comfort” after repeated exposure to the office. Long term or excessive office confinement “may lead to emotional and behavioral deterioration over time.”
I believe someone made a humorous TV series on the subject.
- Lorna’s Shorts
Lorna’s Shorts is a feed consisting of English summaries of Barcelona news which you can use for free on your website.
- Early tricycle-barrel organ conversion
From The Parish Clerk (1907) by Peter Hampson Ditchfield: Robert Dicker, quondam cabinet-maker in the town of Crediton, Devon, reigned for many
- The Arabs say Ø®Ø±ÙˆÙ, the Catalans say ovella, the Chinese say ç¾Š, but the Spanish apparently say Ovis orientalis aries
Can something be done about the nutters who use scientific rather than common names for Wikipedia articles, or is it time
- Origins of the “Gaelic Blessing” used at quasi-Christian, pagan and “humanist” funerals, and in a piece by John Rutter
Transphobic druidic mumbojumbo by William “Fiona” Sharp, in which God answers a prayer and cures a Hebridean fisherman’s feminine gender identity.
- Shiteways Cider Company Ltd
The first phoneme of the subject of this splendid story by the Diario de Jerez appears to have colonised the first