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if you did that you couldn't sit on it at all... Best get a new chair first, THEN break the old one, much more practical ;)

For that, contact human resources or facilities management, depending on the reasons the chair is bad (if it's merely broken, facilities should provide a replacement, if you need a special chair for health reasons like a bad back, human resources is the place to be).

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Let's wish you would join the
"Make a Wish Foundation"

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