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Order Your Lunch Decoy Dummy NOW! August 7, 2013

Posted by nrhatch in Food & Drink, Humor, Joke.
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Tired of eating lunch at your desk every day, but find it hard to break away?
Here’s the solution . . .

Order your Lunch Decoy Dummy NOW and get FREE customization stickers!

That’s a $1 value for FREE!

Aah . . . that’s better!

No lunch decoy dummies were harmed in the filming of this video.

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1. Pix Under the Oaks - August 7, 2013

Just recently caught this on TV, I think that’s where.. 🙂
No need for that anymore!

nrhatch - August 7, 2013

Our Board of County Commissioners needs a couple of these dummies as “sit ins.” Yesterday, they held a Special Land Use Meeting that started at 1:30 pm and ended at . . . 2 am. 😯

They only took four “5-minute breaks” in that 12.5 hour period.

I watched the whole thing and didn’t get to bed until 2 am. By then, people were becoming a bit “punchy” . . . saying things like, “The last time I was up this late I was having a whole lot more fun.”

2. suzicate - August 7, 2013

Love it! The hubby needs one….seems everybody wants a piece of him at lunchtime!

nrhatch - August 7, 2013

Make sure you get him the new improved industrial strength lunch decoy dummy. :mrgreen:

3. Don - August 7, 2013

Brilliant – one way of escaping from all the sh,,, that comes your way. Just let the dummy face it all – lol

nrhatch - August 7, 2013

What a fun and creative way to advertise the new lunch menu at Applebee’s . . . “but wait, there’s more!” 😆

4. Grannymar - August 7, 2013

I don’t want a decoy, I want a real person to make me lunch!

nrhatch - August 7, 2013

Now that’s using your noggin! 😀

5. Andra Watkins - August 7, 2013

I actually have a friend who needs this.

nrhatch - August 7, 2013

The idea made me laugh . . . so many people bury their noses in apps these days that they might not even notice that the dummy in the corner cubicle was really a dummy. :mrgreen:

6. katecrimmins - August 7, 2013

I could have used this for inane employment hearings!

nrhatch - August 7, 2013

I know, right? It won’t fool anyone who is “awake and aware” but so many people are sleep-walking these days that I can see a real niche for this product. 😛

7. CMSmith - August 7, 2013

I’m trying to figure out where I can make the best use of this. I’m sure it will come to me. It’s too good to pass up.

nrhatch - August 7, 2013

I have heard stories of people who use them as passengers in automobiles when (1) they want to drive in lanes that require a minimum number of passengers (i.e., High Occupancy Venicles), and (2) women traveling alone want to create the illusion of company for safety reasons.

But this is the first time I’ve seen them recommended for use in the work place in order to make a “great escape” for lunch. 😉

8. Tom Merriman - August 7, 2013

I could do with one of those, Nancy… I saw one that looked just like me as well!

nrhatch - August 7, 2013

Cool! Nothing like a Doppelganger Decoy Dummy! They’re the BEST!

9. kateshrewsday - August 7, 2013

Inventive 😀

nrhatch - August 7, 2013

One more thing we now need that we didn’t even know about before. 😉

10. Kate - August 7, 2013

I want one! I’d strap it in next to me to qualify for car-share parking spaces. Oh, and I’d purchase a quick-inflate model for when I’m travelling on business and have to dine alone so I have someone to talk to (and they wouldn’t even interrupt or steal fries from my plate; genius!)

nrhatch - August 7, 2013

Yes! A listening ear who NEVER interrupts.

We’re watching TED right now . . . about a talking (raunchy and foul-mouthed) Teddy Bear who came to life so his young human would have someone to talk to. It’s by Seth McFarlane, the devious and dubious mind behind Family Guy. Anyway, TED talks a lot without saying much at all. He’s a B~A~D Bear.

11. bluebee - August 7, 2013

Hehe – love it. I want one if those roly-poly-bounce-back Michelin Man manikins to kick, punch & headbutt every now and then – I’ve been back in corporate life for 8 months and the systemic sociopathy is driving me crazy.

nrhatch - August 7, 2013

You definitely need one now that you’re back in the corporate sphere, BB. Sociopaths are like that . . . they’re so crazy they drive the rest of us bananas. :mrgreen:

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nrhatch - August 7, 2013

Hahaha! I created a need you needn’t ever have known about.

13. jannatwrites - August 8, 2013

If I had that, it would be my proxy for meetings. I detest meetings.

nrhatch - August 8, 2013

Meetings are the perfect venue for decoy dummies . . . since everyone is used to everyone else having that glassed over look and wide-eyed yet vacant stare. :mrgreen:

14. shreejacob - August 8, 2013

hehehe..well the thing is, I used to actually enjoy having lunch at my desk because that was the time I used to surf the internet! Now however I can’t do so unless the dummies are able to prescribe medications! lol

nrhatch - August 8, 2013

I enjoyed having lunch at my desk too . . . because I ate healthier food, prepared at home, for far less money than going out to eat 5x a week.

But I tried to combine my healthy lunch with some healthy exercise ~ walking outside if the weather cooperated or walking up and down the stairs if the weather was frightful.

15. spilledinkguy - August 8, 2013

Hahaha… and ALMOST as full of hot air as I am – they’ll never know the difference!
🙂

nrhatch - August 8, 2013

Not true! You are full of form and substance. And no dummy! I’ve worked with some “hot air dummies” and some “blowing smoke dummies” . . . dealing with a decoy dummy would be a breath of fresh air!

16. Three Well Beings - August 10, 2013

I’ve got it all planned out! I get very sleepy after lunch. If my lunch buddy could sit in my office chair with her back to the closed door, I could find a little corner out of sight and take a quick nap! Believe me, I’m tempted! 🙂

nrhatch - August 11, 2013

That sounds the grand plan, Debra! A siesta is just what the doctor ordered.


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