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Life at Googleplex REVEALED in hot pics

Or slightly hinted at anyway

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Ever wondered what it would be like to work in the bosom of a warm, cuddly company for which making money is incidental to saving/taking over the world? A place so magical and mysterious that it has been nicknamed The Chocolate Factory after Roald Dahl's immortal creation?

Well, wonder no more, as Mountain View has chosen to reveal the Googleplex on (where else?) Google+ through one of its many, many accounts, this one named "Life at Google".

The images, as you can see, reveal that Googleplex is, like, totally fun and hip and filled with… no wait a minute, it's actually a barren wilderness with no employees.

Google's Mountain View Headquarters

Where in this leafy wonderland are the staff?

Google's Mountain View headquarters

It's only 3.30, where are all the workers?

Google's Mountain View headquarters

Why isn't anyone playing on these multiple ginormous basketball courts?

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