Installing Hyperbarics?

I can’t believe they’re getting us to install hyperbaric chambers in our offices. This season of Australia’s Next Top Office has honestly gone off the rails. We haven’t done anything actually relating to offices when you think about it. They got us to build kitchens, bathrooms and laundries (what kind of office has a laundry anyway?), create a glass balustrade and install an air conditioner. What do any of those things have to do with building an office? They’re quite generic, really. They could go in any building, but the show is supposed to be called Next Top Office for a reason. When am I going to do an office fit-out and choose where the conference room will go?

It’s honestly bizarre. It’s like we’re not building an office at all, instead completing a strange list of products that have little to do with each other. I’m starting to think that the producers have sold out, agreeing to advertise a bunch of businesses by getting us to work on their products. I mean, I don’t have a big issue with it. I was merely expecting something different is all. I suppose it makes sense that you’d want your employees to get hyperbaric oxygen therapy close to Melbourne. They might get stressed out while working or have health issues that require it. Any business that has its own hyperbaric chamber should be commended. It’s just unexpected is all.

I’m going to install the best hyperbaric chamber this city has ever seen. I’ve got a point to prove, especially after people have been dismissing me. I can’t believe the Glass Smashing Bandit said I was ‘just a third-grade teacher’. How insulting! I’m much more than that. I’m a former sixth-grade teacher! Anybody who has spent time with an eleven-year-old will tell you how much trouble they can be. GSB had better watch his back because I’m about to show how dangerous I really am.

– Miss Frankie