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A businessman, speaking with his doctor, looks surprised when he’s told that “No ulcers shows me that you haven’t reached your full potential.” more
An employee looks downtrodden when his boss, wearing a party hat, holding sparkers, and drinking champagne says, “That is a poignant tale of woe, Ned, but I don’t do poignant tales of woe on Friday afternoon. more
A restraunt patron looks surprised when his waiter says, “Here’s your ‘chef’s surprise,’ sir – I’m legally required to tell you the you have one last chance to change your mind.” more
A husband and wife look disheartened when their bank’s loan officer tells them to “come back when your credit rating reads like a book titled ‘50 Shades of Black.’ “ more
Cavemen, sitting on rocks, around a larger rock in a cave, listen to another caveman, who is leading the meeting say, “here is where we developed opposable thumbs,” while he points to a chart, with a stick, showing growth. more
A man, listening to an on-hold messege over the phone, looks surprised when the voice states, “This call may be monitored in order to determine your breaking point. more
A personnel manager looks unimpressed with his job candidate as he says, “Any reasons wanting this job besides your parents want you out of the house?” more
A CEO, speaking with an employee says, “We need more reason to globalize than you’ev never seen Paris.” more
A CEO, standing at the head of a conference table, in a furniture store, asks “Well, people … we have a decision to make … Shall we buy this table?” while board members sit around it looking uninterested. more
A businessman, speaking with another businessman at a bar, says, “I’ve gotten by on imaginative and innovative thinking. In other words, I make it up as I go along.” more
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