Cubammock™ brand cubicle hammocks are delightful

(A special offer for A!E readers) Deadlines! Competing priorities! Widespread incompetence! If the stress and hassle of workaday life have you in a rut, get back into the swing of things with a Cubammock™ brand cubicle hammock.

When T&Es make you yearn for some ZZZs, simply attach the ends of the Cubammock™ (not pictured) to opposing walls of your cubicle and put the included “If this hammock’s a rockin’, don’t come a knockin’” sign on display. Direct all calls to voice mail and enjoy a nap that’s more “power” than “cat.”

“Other cubicle hammocks suffer fall apart after 2-3 years,” says Cubammock™ inventor Paul McNally. “With Cubammock™, you get a product that will last your whole worklife, and beyond. These are heirloom quality cubicle hammocks.” The secret is in the construction. “Most others, like those from CubeSnuze™ or Nap-at-Work™ use nylon or cotton,” Paul says. “Here at Cubammock®, we use spider’s silk, one of nature’s strongest fibers, interwoven with shredded pink slips, the most powerful paper in the workplace.”

A Cubammock™ can be yours for the low price of only $1.99 per pay period for the duration of your working days. Your Cubammock™ comes direct from the manufacturer in a handsome faux-leather attaché for storage and easy transport. Act now and receive an eye mask/ear plug combo pack absolutely free. Call (845) 765-3181 to order. Operators are not standing by (they’re napping in their Cubammocks™!), but you can leave a message.

[Photo: Quiet while she naps by Naked_Eyes, via Flickr’s Creative Commons License]

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Attention!Employees is the employee newsletter for everyone, regardless of employer/employment status. Written by communications professional Jerome O. Gnome.
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4 Responses to Cubammock™ brand cubicle hammocks are delightful

  1. Arthur says:

    Useful ideas! I have been hunting for something similar to this for some time now. With thanks!

  2. Brad says:

    “each is napping in their own Cubammock” ==> “each is napping in his or her own Cubammock”

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