There are some days when you know you should never have got up in the morning. You just know you are going to have a bad day. There are some days when you do not know you are going to have a bad day but have one anyway.
Whether they knew it was coming or not, these people were definitely having a bad day:
Now that is not careless. losing a wagon load of beer has got to be a criminal offence and the person who did this should be locked up for a long time.
Lets see you dig yourself out of this one.
“I’ve got a little list. I’ve got a little list.”
Now that is either called going over the edge, or a way to get rid of moles with extreme prejudice
“Did I just feel a bump then?”
Not the “Rocky road to success.” I’d love to see the size of the springs on that.
“I’ll just put one more on top…”
Builder: “While we are here, I notice your roof needs a little attention. Can I give you a quote?”
Who put that post there?
Ye shall reap what you sow.
John F. Kennedy said “When written in Chinese the word “crisis” is composed of two characters – one represents danger and the other represents opportunity”. Myself I just cannot see the opportunity!
Henry and the boys got stoned. By the way Henry…where’s Martha?
Perhaps bikes are only supposed to have two wheels.
Well somebody must have done it because there are footprints leading away from the scene of the crime.
Just doing a little warming up exercise?
“I’m not getting out until you tell me you aren’t cross.”
Nowadays you just have to park where you can find a space.
“Stop pushing him over, just because he’s got a bigger bucket than you!”
“Hello, is that the Job Centre?…”
The final thought goes to George Bernard Shaw.
“A life spent making mistakes is not only more honourable but more useful than a life spent doing nothing”
Tell that to the boss!
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