Dunder Mifflin paper from ‘The Office’ is real and you can buy it

By | November 28, 2011 at 5:53 pm | No comments | feature slider, News | Tags: ,

I really love when life imitates art, especially when companies manufacture fake products from TV shows and movies. Did you know, for example, that you can actually buy Stay Puft Marshmallows? And Sex Panther Cologne? Sixty percent of the time, it seriously does work every time.

And now NBC – or, I guess, The Office – is joining the fray in turning Dunder Mifflin paper into a real product you can buy. Quill.com, which is owned by Staples, will produce the paper, and the packaging will include quips from the show. No word on whether or not we’ll also be able to buy printers that spontaneously blow up.

A box of the Dundler Mifflin stuff contains 5,000 sheets and costs $34.99 and weighs 20 pounds. You can buy it here.

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