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Old 03-28-2015, 01:27 PM   #1
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Very loyal employee, never sick, late, bought a new RV. He didn't want to ask boss for time off to go camping, so after pondering how to go about this and still be a loyal employee, he came up with this.... he'd hang from the ceiling upside down. After getting into position, and knowing break time was nearing, the secretary passed by the door and spotted him. She asked what he was doing and he replied, I'm going to tell the boss when he goes by, if he sees me, I'm a light bulb! Well, a few seconds later, the boss passes by and, for sure, spots him. The boss asks him, what 's going on and gets the reply,I 'm a light bulb! Well, the boss thinks to himself, poor guy must really be stressed out and tells him , hey, why don't you take a few days off and unwind. The employee says okay, climbs down and heads toward the door and the secretary starts to follow him out the door. The boss sees her and asks where she going and her reply... I'm leaving also, 'can't work in the dark'.
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Old 03-28-2015, 02:38 PM   #2
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Most bosses would've said, "You know what happens to a light bulb when it burns out - you replace it."
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Old 03-28-2015, 02:50 PM   #3
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Most bosses would've said, "You know what happens to a light bulb when it burns out - you replace it."
The northern guys just got bashed by the south, so I figured they could relate to this better.
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