Top 10 Essentials of the Modern Home Office

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I’ve designed the perfect man cave. It’s where I work and play. Can you identify all of the creature comforts as shown? I’ll break ’em down after the jump.

Tonight’s Top 10 List from the Home Office (heh) in Wahoo, Abyss:

  1. Giant Dice purchased in Las Vegas, Nevada
  2. “Bush’s Last Day” magnetic cling on file cabinet
  3. Productivity applicator for managing feline coworkers
  4. User Manual for device no longer owned
  5. iPad
  6. iPod
  7. iMac
  8. The Da Vinci Code codex
  9. Wifi router stand
  10. Cat cube partioning
  11. Cat seating

As you can see I only have room for the barest of essentials. And now you know where it all happens.

12 responses

  1. I laughed so hard at number three! =^.^=

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    1. LOL! Thanks! I also wish I would have had one of those for pesky workers back at the real office! Now that would have been handy! 🙂

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  2. Number three is my favorite too!!

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    1. It’s used sparingly, of course. 🙂

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  3. Number 2 and 3 are the good ones, for sure 🙂 Everything else isn’t essential, but may be useful 🙂

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    1. I failed to mention that behind the iPad is a stack of computer gaming manuals and, barely visible just left of the keyboard is a stack of sticky notes with mom’s phone numbers. Does that earn more props? 🙂

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  4. It is good that you’ve re-purposed the manual as a coaster for the productivity applicator. I am giving you my first ever green certification.

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    1. Crap. I accidentally did something good. The manual is for something called a “Motorola S10-HD.” I don’t even know what that is. I could google it but I’m too lazy.

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      1. I’m not sure, but I know HD is short for “doesn’t do the tv weather man any favors”. HD has to be local tv’s worst nightmare.

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  5. I’m surprised there’s sunlight. I always sort of pictured you in a basement.

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    1. Work continues on the pile of dirt outside my window. Someday I’ll be underground! And yes, the effects of the sun are harmful. They make it harder to see my iMac screen, my precious…

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  6. Reblogged this on Shouts from the Abyss and commented:

    I no longer have this same office. The HQ got moved to the big city. But it still looks remarkably similar.

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