A woman walks into her Gynecol...A woman walks into her Gynecologist and the doctor says "Miss why do you have "F" on your stomach"?
The woman replies: "I went to bed last night with Fred and refused to take off his belt".
A couple of weeks later, she goes to her Gynecologist again and the doctor says: "Miss why do you have "C" imprinted on your stomach"?
The woman replies: "I went to bed with Chris last night and he refused to take his belt off".
A couple of months pass, the woman goes to her Gynecologist again, and this time the woman has "F and C" imprinted on her stomach.
The doctor says: "Miss now I know you didn't go to bed with Fred and Chris last night".
And the woman replies: "No, I went to bed last night with the Fire Chief and he refused to take off his helmet".
What has two humps at the Nort...What has two humps at the North Pole?
A manager brings a dog ...A manager brings a dog into a nightclub to work.
The dog is a brilliant piano player.Â He plays all the
standards.Â He's sitting there, pounding out the tunes,
when all of a sudden, a big dog comes in and drags him
out.Â The nightclub owner asks, “What happened?”
The manager says,
“That's his mother.Â She wants him to be a doctor.”
Ten rea...Ten reasons why employers should serve alcohol at work:
1 It reduces complaints about low pay.
2 It helps save on heating costs in the winter.
3 It eliminates holidays because people would rather come to work.
4 Employees work later instead of going to the pub.
5 Stops employees getting drunk on their lunch break.
6 Staff no longer need free coffee to sober up.
7 It makes everyone more open with their ideas.
8 It cuts down on time off because staff can work with a hangover.
9 Employees are a lot less likely to remember about promotion.
10 It leads to more honest communications.
A CEO of a large company is se...A CEO of a large company is seeking advice on whether or not to downsize his company. He turns to his eternally optimistic secretary and asks, "Is this glass half full or half empty?"
Well you know me, she replies, "be thankful for what you have. It's half full!"
He then turns to his eternally pessimistic accountant. "Well, is it half full, or half empty?" He repeats.
"Sir, you know my stance. There can always be more... It's half empty to me."
He then turns to the re-engineering consultant sitting next to him. "Well, you can see my dilemma. What do you think?"
The consultant looks at the half full glass of water, and then looks up at the CEO.
"Well, looks like you've got more glass there than you need."