Desk safari: Take a walk on the wild side
Gaze across the vast, open-plan plains of your office and what do you see?
You probably see a barren expanse of office furniture populated by predatory office managers, timid low-level workers and the occasional sporadic outburst of life which usually results in a call to IT.
It's all rather drab isn't it.
But what if you saw an array of animals of all shapes and sizes?
What if you felt like David Attenborough, discovering and documenting strange new species and creatures?
Well that's the way you can feel while doing a desk safari.
What's a desk safari, you ask?
Following the lead of Metro Magazine you and your coworkers putting your heads on the bodies of animals - a simple release for your staff after being cooped up in a joyless office all week.
The are a lot of strange animals roaming the Stuff newsroom, click through the gallery above and discover that there's more than just newshounds sniffing around in our office.
If you think the task is too impawsible, or maybe it might be too hawkward, fear not as no koalafications are needed.
All it takes is a little imagination, some clever perspective positioning with a camera and a willingness to dismiss your Friday afternoon work (as if you're doing any anyway).
But how to get the boss on board?
Well if your workplace is preaching equal terms and no office hierarchy then why not put it to the test by proposing a desk safari.
Everyone from the boss to the interns can get involved (see if you can pick the hierarchy here, you might be surprised).
If you think our effort wasn't much chop, give it a crack this afternoon and share the pandamonium with us.