You may not be able to work at "The Office," but you can at least buy paper from the fictional company Dunder Mifflin.
The Wall Street Journal reports that NBC's parent company Comcast and the Staples-owned website Quill.com have reached a licensing deal that will put Dunder Mifflin-brand paper products up for sale on the site.
The product packaging will feature familiar slogans from the show like "Our motto is, 'Quabity First'" and "Get Your Scrant on."
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Big-box retailers like Staples are often mentioned on the show as Dunder Mifflin's biggest competition. In real-life though, the two companies are now partners, much to the delight of paper-loving "Office" fans.
According to the WSJ, Dunder Mifflin products are much pricier than private-label copy paper, but can you really put a price on the paper that launched Michael Scott to executive fame?