Thanks to a new business deal, "The Office's" fictional paper brand Dunder Mifflin now exists in real life.
The Wall Street Journal reports that fans of the NBC series "The Office," which follows the lives of Dunder Mifflin employees, will be able to purchase copy paper bearing the company’s name.
Staples-owned website Quill.com is selling the Dunder Mifflin products under a licensing agreement with NBC’s parent company. A carton (20 pounds) of the letter-size copy paper is on sale now for $34.99.
Their tag line? “Bring ‘The Office’ to your office.” Phrases from the show, like "Get Your Scrant on,” are printed on the paper’s packaging.
We wonder how the former boss of "The Office," Michael Scott, would feel about this deal – after all, Staples is one of Dunder Mifflin’s biggest competitors.
I wonder if they'll have the paper from the product recall episode with the duck and the mouse?
Still better than Primatech Paper(can you believe thats still a site when Heroes isnt even a show anymore?)
IM SURE THEY WERE INFORMED
I might buy some to keep around the house. It would make my girlfriend laugh.
peeps don't c um on here anymore cuz of those azzh0les missy n starrfire. they trolled every1 off cuz they r down right mean n fxxk w peeps heads. trollin shouldnt be like tht but they're just hateful n cant help it
This is pretty cool. I wish we would order copying paper from them.
Firrst again. Portalpunk, you're slipping!
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