A self-containing prison with ironically no bars, gates or latches.
"Sure being a high school teacher is about as good as working in a cubicle, but at least I get tax deductions for target practice on the range."
by Machiavelli August 30, 2003
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1. A small "office" in which an employee loses all of their will to live let alone keep their job.
At work, I sit in a cubicle.
by Joe June 9, 2003
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It's like a bathroom stall only with lower walls and no door.
I work in a cubicle. :|
by NeinWunOne January 28, 2004
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A life and soul draining "room" where you spend far too much of your life. Often creates amazingly strong urges to either drink heavily or hang yourself. "Walls" make you think you're in a real office. You try to personalize your cubicle as much as you can to stave off the inevitable insanity which will result in not only the cubicle but also the workload which often comes with it.
Me: I had to spend the whole day in my cublicle.
Friend: You need booze. Here's some beer.
by Grim February 8, 2004
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Confining structure containing just three walls, as the designers saw to make them so restrictive the person sitting in it adds the fourth wall in their mind.

Cubicle dwellers are often starved for any and all types of human contact and often peek out of their cubicle at the slightest sound of activity. A loud enough activity will resonate a "prairie dog" position from the cubicle dweller, poking their head over the tiny little glass partition.

Locations of the most Minesweeper and Solitaire activity than any other place in the entire world.
When walking through a grid of cubicles, one often feels their very life getting sucked out of them.
by TheVoiceOfReason June 21, 2005
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If you stay in this cubicle for 40 hours a week for the rest of your life, you may earn a profit.
by Jimmy the dealer June 9, 2010
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The dimly lit area in the rear of "adult" bookstores which has, usually, several narrow hallways, and rows of small rooms (or cubicles). Each cubicle contains an X-rated video, and often times, also has a strategically placed hole in the wall (see "glory hole") so that there can be some personal contact between the patrons of adjoining rooms.
I paid the man at the front counter the $7, and proceeded to the viewing area. Once inside, I saw a few men loitering in the hallway. I entered one of the cubicles, and hoped that one of the men would enter the cubicle next to me.
by david 269 March 19, 2006
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