Philip Luschen has Intriguing Methods for Waiting Room Survival

By: Gil Haddi - Published: Jan 17, 2013 • References: &
Waiting around for long periods of time can seriously deplete your patience, which is why the Waiting Room Survival project by Philip Luschen provides curiously useful tools that can preserve your frame of mind.

The collection consists of several items that preoccupy our minds and allows us to be a little bit sneaky in an effort to make the time pass by faster. The 'Waiting Room Spy Book’ contains cutouts for you to hide behind and spy on others, as well as several humorous illustrations for getting rid of people. The ‘Sneak in Front Tool’ makes it seem as though you are first in line, while the ‘Incognito Nose Stand’ helps you disguise your identity.

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