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When one must leave the main office to undertake a task which if completed in the office would be offensive or embarrassing. Such examples include leaving to loudly pass wind, belch, smoke, make a private phone call or some kind of physical relation/interaction with a colleague.

Usual locations include the car park, stationary cupboard, empty meeting rooms, rooftop and empty corridors.
Richard: "Hey, where's Paul gone?"
Stuart: "I don't know, actually...?"

- Sometime Later -

Paul: "Sorry, I'm back now!"
Richard: "Where did you go?"
Paul: "Epic Out of Office Experience!"
by Ternal April 28, 2011
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