The world's coolest Umbrella-ella-ella did its best to give some workers the day off by falling and jamming the door to their office. Twitter user @NeerajKA provided the visual and added that it had been two days without being able to get inside their friend's WeWork office. While that may have prevented people from working a couple decades ago, 2019 is a different (umbrella-proof) story. And no, according to @NeerajKA, nobody tried to break the...

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