Friday, December 10, 2010

What can I say? I need a higher chair


Marketing Head: "Mrs. Mullet, can you come into my office?"

Mrs. M: "Er, yes, sir."

Marketing Head: "Your brochures have a lot of typos lately. A lot of gobbily-gook. Are you spell checking before you print?"

Mrs. M: "Er, yes, sir."

Marketing Head: "And the spacing is off. Is your space bar broken or perhaps stuck?"

Mrs. M: "Gee, sir, I can't imagine what the issue might be."

Marketing Head: "Well, I just thought I'd bring it to your attention."

Mrs. M: "Of course, sir. Of course."

Marketing Head: "We have the highest standards here at Mulletville Corp."

Mrs. M: "Of course, sir. Of course."

Marketing Head: "That'll be all for now Mrs. Mullet."

Mrs. M: "Yes, sir."

7 comments:

The Mother said...

I think you can sue for failure to appreciate your physical disability under the ADA.

VandyJ said...

The highest standards--but not a higher chair. Sure.

Mama Badger said...

He, he, he. Jerk.

Sparkling said...

Who do you work for, Lou Grant????

SLColman said...

Nice... Crazy boss as usual!

Jenni said...

Hey, your belly just has a lot to say.

Texan Mama @ Who Put Me In Charge said...

Maybe if Diddlydoo kicks, he'll throw in a b or an n every once and again.

In defense of adoration—even in the deli line

The toddler was all over his mother. Cam and I were in line at the deli at Mulletville Lite's town grocery store, watching the lov...