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A patient, laying in a hospital bed, looks stressed and saddened when his doctor, pointing at an EKG in the shape of a downward-sloping fever chart says, “You’re thinking too much about your business.” more
During a meeting, one member says to another, “What I mainly want to get out of this meeting is myself.” more
A woman looks stunned when her investment advisor tells her, “So far you have enough to smell a rose or two, but not enough to come to a complete stop and smell the roses.” more
A restraunt patron looks surprised when his waiter says, “Here’s your ‘chef’s surprise,’ sir – I’m legally required to tell you the you have one last chance to change your mind.” more
An employee looks downtrodden when his boss, wearing a party hat, holding sparkers, and drinking champagne says, “That is a poignant tale of woe, Ned, but I don’t do poignant tales of woe on Friday afternoon. more
An employee seems surprised when his boss tells him, “If you know what is good for you, you’ll let me decide what is good for you.” more
A businessman, speaking with his doctor, looks surprised when he’s told that “No ulcers shows me that you haven’t reached your full potential.” more
Shareholders, at a meeting sitting at a large table in a boardroom, look shocked when the chairman says, “Some day we’ve got to get back to the good old American know-how to make cheap crap.” more
A salesman’s wife, laying on a beach while on vacation, says “Hon, we’re only on day two of our 2-week vacation and I can already see you’re starting to unwind.” Meanwhile, her husband is thinking, “ I can almost see the bastards stealing my clients …” more
Board members look surpised when a CEO says, “Of course, things are looking up – from where we are, everything is up.” more
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