One of my favorite parts of The Office was when one of the characters would look straight into the camera with pure fear whenever Michael Scott or Dwight Schrute were about to do something stupid. So, obviously it happened a lot. Well now you can go to a website, where every single moment the staff of Dunder Mifflin broke that fourth wall, has been broken down and catalogued by emotion.
It took a year and a half for Joe Sabia to find all these moments and have Aaron Rasmussen code each one, totalling in over 700 looks of fear, exasperation, glee, shock and devious stares. If you were a fan of The Office, and feel the need to go back and feel Jim’s pain or get another glimpse of Michael’s goofy grins, this is really a must see site.
The Office Stare Machine is easily my favorite thing of 2017. Good job internet, this one is a lot of fun!
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