A man walks into the local social welfare office, marches straight up to the counter and says, “Hi. I just HATE drawing the dole. I’d really rather have a job.”
The young lady behind the counter says “Your timing is excellent.
We just got a job opening from a very wealthy old man who wants a chauffeur and bodyguard for his beautiful, nymphomaniac daughter. You’ll have to drive around in his Mercedes, but he’ll supply all of your clothes. Because of the long hours, all of your meals will be provided. You’ll be expected to escort her on her overseas holiday trips. You will have to satisfy her sexual urges.
You’ll also be provided with a two-bedroom apartment. The starting salary is £150,000 a year.”
The man, wide-eyed, says, “You’re kidding’ me!”
The social worker says, “Yeah well… You started it.”
The old ones are always the best!
if I knew you better I’d add, ‘and the joke was funny too’, but I don’t, so I won’t.
Don’t hit me. Please.
very very funny!
Funny, I walked into the job centre yesterday and said just that. The guy started laughing so uncontrollably they had to call an ambulance and I was prosecuted for misusing the emergency services.
I knew something was up when I read the first line 😉
Drawing dole (or in my case, disability) is great 🙂
I love your sense of humour.
Strangely 90% of the time revolving around sex…
All I can say is I don’t mind coming to work, but that eight hour wait to go home is a bitch……..
I’d love to be on the “Dole”…..
Xbox ~ Say what you think, the Toyboys do everyday!
Nick ~ You will have to treat the staff gently 😉
Phil ~ 90% of the time my life is revolving around everything and never quite getting there 😉
Nancy ~ I live sleep and eat at work. Well I must do ’cause I never go home! 😆
ha ha ha 🙂
“90% of the time my life is revolving around everything and never quite getting there” – priceless.
@ Phil and Nick
That could be because the other 10% revolves around booze! 😉
Rock on! Grannymar
Listen lads.. never mind that Steph, I think she is jealous 🙄
Been there, and in theory still am.
Having said that, I’ve just realised that my bias against Fás courses is all wrong. Getting in is easy, coming out with qualification require quite a bit of mental lifting.
Yeah, guess where I am when I’m off line now.
I know several people who travelled the Fás route and came out the other side with a fresh look to the horizon and a change of direction in career. Sometimes it is necessary to go through a dark tunnel in order to smell the roses at the end of it.
Keep the heart up.