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Humor From Work Vol.4

Letters Of Recommendations For Fired Employees

For an employee with no ambition: 

- "This worker could not care less about the number of hours he had to put in." 
- "You would indeed be fortunate to get him/her to work for your company." 

For a dishonest employee: 

- "Her true ability was deceiving." 
- "He's an unbelievable worker." 

For the chronically absent: 

- "A man/woman like him/her is hard to find." 

For a bad secretary:

- "It seemed her career was just taking off." 

For a bad part time student employee: 

"I feel his real talent is wasted here." 

For the office drunk:

"We generally found him/her loaded with work to do." 

For unproductive employee: 

"I can assure you that no person would be better for the job." 

For an employee who is not in further consideration: 

"I would urge you to waste no time in making this candidate an offer of employment." 

For a stupid employee: 

"There is nothing you can teach a person like him/her."

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SIGN posted on a hospital bulletin board: 

"The community chorus will begin Monday - night rehearsals at 6 p.m. We have a special need for men's voices, but all parts are welcome."

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A suburban train was slowly working its way through one of the blizzards of winter. Finally it came to a dead stop and all efforts to start it again were futile.
In the wee, small hours of the morning a weary commuter, numb from the cold and the cramped position in which he had tried to sleep, crawled out of the train and floundered through the heavy snow-drifts to the nearest station. This is the message he emailed:
"Will not be at office to-day. Not home yesterday yet."

Law Humor

"Speakin' of de law of compensation," said an old member of the Mennonite community, "an automobile goes faster dan a mule, but at de same time it hits harder and balks longer."

Political Jokes

A farmer during a long-continued drought made a machine for watering his fields. The very first day while he was trying it there suddenly came a downpour of rain. He put away his machine.
"It's no use," he said; "you can do nothing nowadays without competition."