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Friday’s Unscientific Poll: Cheeky door label

Our corridor was refurbished several months ago, and new door labels were applied. The admin staff have since added names and roles (e.g. “Lecturer”, “Research Associate”) to about 70% of the doors.

My officemate and I grew tired of waiting for ours to appear and have thus created our own.
Door_sign_2017-05-18_1600
[Blue and white door label reading “Mr [Redacted] & Dr [Redacted]: Purveyors of splendid magnetometer data”]

We’re trying to decide how long it will be before anyone notices.

Poll #2067890 Purveyors of splendid magnetometer data

Someone will notice our door label

in a few days
0(0.0%)
in a few weeks
1(12.5%)
in a few months
3(37.5%)
if/when you ever move office & it has to be replaced
2(25.0%)
straightaway, but no one will say anything - see “You work in the Physics Department”
2(25.0%)
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