How the Crock of Shit Became Office Policy (humour)

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How the Crock of Shit Became Office Policy
( humour )


There once was a great big crock of shit. And all the workers near it said “GOD that stinks, we must run away!”

And they said to their supervisor “There is powerful mature and we cannot stand to be by it. It is too strong.”

And the supervisor said to the manager “There is a container of powerful stuff and it is so strong that no man can stand to be near by it.”

And the manager said “Wow. That is a great way to control the workers. It is a powerful force and it can control men.

I LIKE IT. And so it became official office policy.

Moral : If you are working with a pile of shit then clean it up or the management will think that you like it and you will be stuck with it because everyone thinks that that’s what you like to be around !!!



How deep is the shit your shit that you’re in now.

Wait on, and I get you a shovel. (I’m just trying to help you!)

Fond Regards, Peter Eric WILLIAMS
— Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
— Phone: +61 (03) 6236-9675
My free websites are: (&)

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Patient X is a nice guy. Religious and church goer. Not a big Bible reader. Owner of a beautiful cat. Currently single and looking to find a woman as a partner to marry within a few years. Active on one particular internet dating website with over 160 women 'buddies' and chatting via emails on that site to a few of those women. Published poet with three books printed; being collections of my poems. Also collaborated to compile anthology of other poets works. I have been previously published as Patient X with 6 mini-short stories and some poems to my credit. These stories have appeared, at various times online on the www. These were horror/humour and mostly non-fiction and faction. Pat Ientx X
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