Since the invention and proliferation of the photocopier, office clowns around the world have been united in a single desire – particularly around Christmas party time. Ignoring the jagged, buttock-splitting hazard of broken glass and the virtual certainty of dismissal should they be discovered, thousands of pranksters annually drop their strides or hike their skirts and enjoy the age-old ritual of photocopying their bums for their innocent co-workers to find in the out tray. Now, a Japanese designer has facilitated the process by designing a chair that automatically scans and prints a photo of your backside. Call me a traditionalist, but if it’s not naughty, a bit dangerous and a blatant abuse of equipment, I can’t see why you’d bother photocopying your bum at all. In fact, to me, the iBum chair seems to remove all fun from the act whatsoever.
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