We 'have' a Wayback machine. Old work supplies are aimed into the black hole behind us aka the back seat (we work in the middle of the night). "Theeeeeeeere's one for the Wayback Machine. Wheeeee!" What. If you cannot find something fun in work, you should find another job.
Wayback means 'way in the back of our yard'. We have a 60'X350' lot on a natural estuary, and the house sits at the front of the lot. So the 'wayback' is the back section with the deck and dock. Cause it's 'way back there'. :~))
Reminds me of a funny thing that happened to me years ago.
When I was in my 20s, I was sitting at a bar with some friends and this fellow with a major Southern drawl came up and asked if he could buy me a drink. I said, "Sure, why not." He bought me a drink, then sat down and started talking to us. I asked him where he was from, and he said, "Way 'cross Georgia." I said, "How far across?" He said, "No, it's Way 'cross." I said, "Yeah, but how many miles across?" His face started turning red and he shouted at me, "WAYCROSS IS THE NAME OF THE TOWN!!!" My friends and I just busted up laughing. He got up and left.