escape

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Fire escapeEmergency exit from a Northern English office building.

Using the helter skelter  is an anytime activity, not reserved for emergencies.

I didn’t check if there was a helipad on the roof for emergency entrances.

escape
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6 bits of lovely banter on “escape”

  1. Kevin writes:

    If it’s in Yorkshire, the means of escape is *up* the helterskelter, out of sheer cussedness

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  2. lacroix writes:

    I have to say that is the most awesome escape exit I’ve ever seen.
    I think I’d use it every day as an exit, why reserve something so fun
    just for emergencies?

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  3. Madame Defarge writes:

    Could be interesting for wheelchair users.

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  4. Bux writes:

    Thank goodness the days of women wearing trousers are fully accepted in most modern workplaces 😉

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  5. Scarlet writes:

    Is this the Barclaycard advert?
    Sx

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  6. Bux writes:

    haha…today’s anti spam was ‘fiddly’…and that’s exactly the right word for this: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1177949/Taking-taxpayers-ride-How-public-spent-91-000-office-helter-skelter-theyre-allowed-use.html

    Tax…the fiddles!

    Bux

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