The meme of a $200 office supply is a popular one, but not one that has proven effective.
It seems like a no-brainer to take the office supply for a spin and buy the thing you need and then have to spend the money to get it back.
But that’s not always how it works, according to a new report.
It’s time to rethink your office supply.
For one, office supplies have been a staple of office decor for decades.
They’re often used in homes, offices and corporate offices.
But the meme is catching on among millennials, who are looking for ways to cut their waste.
The report, from the Institute for Social Cost Research, looked at the memes most commonly used to explain office supplies to millennials, including a meme with the phrase “office supply for one dollar,” which was used on average 3.5 times per day in 2017.
The most popular office supply to millennial office consumers was the office supplies meme, which the institute says was used more than 50 times per year.
The most common office supply was the “office supplies for one cent” meme, with the most used in 2018.
The meme that’s catching on most often, the report found, is the “one dollar” office supply with the line “office essentials for one pound.”
A “One Dollar Office Supply for One Pound” meme is seen on an office supply shelf at a Sears store in downtown Chicago, Sept. 29, 2018.
An office supplies emote with a quote from President Donald Trump is seen during a news conference in the West Wing of the White House in Washington, DC, U.S., September 29, 2017.
A “One Day Office Supply” emote is seen in a photo illustration taken in Tokyo, Japan, July 16, 2018, on July 15, 2020.
A man looks at an office supplies shelf at the Sears store at the West Capitol Street in New York, New York in this May 17, 2018 photo illustration.
Sears said it had the most popular emoji used to describe office supplies in 2017, but that was when it launched a new line of Office Supplies emojis to make it easier for users to communicate.
“Today’s new Emojicon includes a bold-face emoji that shows you’re using the right product,” it said in a statement.
“We’re excited to see how it will help our customers get the most out of their office supply purchases.”
It’s not just office supplies that are getting popular.
The average office supply bought in 2017 was $75, according the institute.
That compares with $1,200 in 2017 and $1.9 million in 2016.
Many of the memes that have made their way into our culture are just one-size-fits-all.
For example, one of the most common examples is a meme that says “One dollar for the day.”
That’s actually a meme of the same type as the Office Supply emote, with an image of a white house and a caption that reads “The one dollar for day.”