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“An organic micro-brewery is not opening here.
Which is a shame.
It’d pair so nicely with our custom-made salads & pizzas.
When you’re interviewing for a job and you get the old “What’s your greatest weakness?” question, how do you respond?
Do you go with the “I just work too darn hard” approach? Or maybe the “I cause my fellow employees to weep with despair when they see how superior my skills are” response is more your style. Or maybe you furl your brow and strike your best deep-in-thought pose for a full ninety seconds before finally shaking your head and saying, “I’m sorry, but I cannot answer your query because I am utterly without weakness.” But it seems to me that this question is really about discovering who is an obsequious brown-noser en who is a self-possessed champion of the truth. So I always go with the “I’m a lazy, procrastinating ex-con who steals office supplies, spreads computer viruses and exploits loopholes in the expense reimbursement system.”
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Please enjoy responsibly.
“If someone gave you a penny for your thoughts,
would they get change?”
“Silence is golden
except when it follows an awkward question.”
- The Economist
“I light cigarettes, cigars, pipes, candles, lamps, fires, stoves, fridges, geysers, Christmas puddings and distress flares and I cost three hundredths of a cent.
It’s easy to see I’m not in it for the money.”
“I’ll light anything that burns. I’m particularly good with cigarettes, cigars and pipes, because my clean, clear flame is ‘taste-free’.
So all you taste is the tobacco. Not me.
I’m long on versatility too.
With my 42 mm length, I can easily get a light to those hard-to-reach parts of stoves, lamps, fires, geysers and so on.
OK, so maybe I’m not modest. But my price - at 1.5 c for around 50 - definitely is.
After all, what else can you get for three-hundredths of a cent?”
- Lion Matches, ‘We look pretty plain, but we make beautiful arithmetic.’
“The only time you will be delighted to get syphilis?
Where else would you win praise for vomiting?
Where else can you get points for farting?
Scrabble - every word counts”
“What you’re really buying is a bigger bed for you.
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“To be, or not to be?
That is two questions.
If you too are smarter than Shakespeare,
we’ve the degree for you.
- University of Oxford”
“If your short attention span won’t allow you to read this entire ad, have we got a film festival for you.
Telus presents wordwide shortfilm festival.”
How This Poster in a Women’s Restroom at a Bar Cleverly Combats Sexual Assault
“If tomatoes are a fruit, wouldn’t ketchup technically be a smoothie?”
“Why do people say ‘tuna fish’, when they don’t say ‘chicken bird’”?
“Funny. The word ‘bed’ actually looks like a bed.”
“What will you think about
when you don’t have to think about money?”
‘THE FAKE SURPRISE’
It’s Christmas morning and you’ve just opened your first gift.
A pair of novelty cufflinks. Just what you’ve always never wanted.
Now of course you don’t want to upset anyone.
So to help cover up your obvious disappointment,
channel your inner thespian and ACT.
By using ‘the fake surprise’ technique you can
make your performance utterly believable.
Simply imagine that you’re opening the gift you
spent two months dropping unsubtle hints about.
The Intel powered MICROSOFT SURFACE.
Now, let your emotions run wild.
Spare the act this Christmas.
We start with you.