The Procrastinator Timewaster
Ever been bored at work? Silly question really. We’ve all been there staring at the computer screen, mind a wandering. We’ve got the perfect little time out remedy to get your brain back on track. The Procrastinator Timewaster. Not that you’ll be wasting your own time. Just your bosses!
The procrastinator is an ingeniously designed book that contains 1000’s of trivial activities on 100’s of tear off sheets for you and your workmates to get stuck into. It comes cunningly disguised in a black plastic case with a pencil so you can pass it off as a calculator when the boss is around.
The activities come in all forms, ranging from topics of debate to doodling. Eg. ‘A finger of fudge is just enough...” – Discuss. You will also be asked to finish off statements like “There was an almighty fracas at a society wedding today when the best man was found..." Just fill in the blank.
The recommended debates go on and on. Hours of conversation. You’ll never be bored at work again.
Other pen and paper activities include drawings, top five today lists, ‘sod’s law’ and suggestions such as ‘Who requires the biggest slap in the office?’ Important stuff.
So go on, treat the biggest time waster you know with this great gift.
The Procrastinator Timewaster Customer Reviews
28 January 2013
Item is exactly as described and I'm sure will provide many hours of glorious timewasting!
26 December 2012
16yr old time wasting son loves this, if he is not on one of his technical gizmo's he is on this. Was a successful christmas present!
17 November 2012
Ideal Christmas gift
21 December 2011
Looks like it will be a lot of fun to kill some time at the office! Bought for a present but wish I'd got one for myself!
25 December 2010
Well she's still using it a day later, so it must be good!
18 October 2009
brillant, think this would be a great gift for a my mate. he'll use it and alot
01 April 2009
A wonderful idea for sneakily wasting time in work.
03 February 2007
Excellent product! Hours and hours of hilarious time-wasting fun to be had! I ended up procrastinating during a maths lesson!
Yes, its that addictive!!