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The New York Times Has Couches That Employees Can't Quite Seem To Figure Out How To Sit On

The New York Times Has Couches That Employees Can't Quite Seem To Figure Out How To Sit On
4 months ago

Though it may seem self-explanatory at first glance — I mean how complicated can it be? — this pair of couches at the New York Times Building has employees scratching their heads.

It all started with this tweet from Erin McCann, a writer for the Times:

McCann wasn't the only one perplexed by the Clockwork Orange-esque furnishings.

Other employees at the Times, and Twitter users in general, decided to weigh in on the kooky contours: 

Peeps got creative with their own interpretations of the befuddling couches.

Because this looks so comfortable — not bad for the back at all:

Priceless pose:

It does seem like the sort of thing that pets would be all about:

Who says the couch is no place for exercise?

Clever... clever...

H/T: Twitter