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creative_assylum's picture
creative_assylum
Activity Score 134

better without carpet

mikelite's picture
mikelite
Activity Score 1031

we're supposed to believe a folded resume will balance a chair? that's crap. Everyone knew this was a stretch but said "eh, we need another one, just run it"

whitespace's picture
whitespace
Activity Score 1953

I think this works. :)

Having spent my younger days with poorly made furniture.

creative_assylum's picture
creative_assylum
Activity Score 134

better without carpet

deep_tracy's picture
deep_tracy
Activity Score 588

how is this a stretch? it's perfectly logical.

ivan's picture
ivan

This is the best one of the three. Most realistic. I can perfectly imagine some CVs can perfectly do that.

tulikaseth's picture
tulikaseth
Activity Score 2

crass

RAZ21's picture
RAZ21
Activity Score 253

i think this is the most realistic of them all. you DO use scrap paper you dont need or care about to balance a chair, a table or whatever.

frog's picture
frog
Activity Score 50

may be a few folds more would make it believable ...no not really.. this heavy a chair and with the carpet present it is improbable that balancing by a few folds of paper is required..look again.

too fastidious ...i know.

Ndukwe Onuoha's picture
Ndukwe Onuoha
Activity Score 149

You know, I don't think the paper's balancing the chair. It's there to avoid the chair leg from making a mark on
the carpet.

Big ideas are often small

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