While “Biz 1-Liners” is filled with one-liner observations appropriate for any number of business applications from memos to presentations to e-mails and beyond, the following list contains mostly inappropriate comments ... and inappropriate can be fun.
So, it’s time once again to take your nose off the grindstone and wipe the grease off your elbow for a quick break. Chances are a few laughs will re-energize you for your next attack on your priority list
Try to limit yourself to one stupid question per day, OK?
If I’m not back in 5 minutes, just wait longer!
It’s not about winning or losing ... well okay, yeah it is!
Don’t judge me because I sin differently than you
I’m always disappointed when a liar’s pants don’t actually catch on fire
At my age, Happy Hour is any hour spend above ground
I respect your opinion ... I just don’t want to hear it!
Don’t grow up ... it’s a trap
Diplomacy: the art of telling someone to go to hell, and having them look forward to the trip
You know you’re getting older when you hear your favorite song in the elevator
I can see your point, but I still think you’re full of crap
If you saw my family, you would understand
Nothing makes me more productive than the last minute
I like you ... but if the zombies chase us, I’m tripping you
You’re never too old to laugh at farts
I’m not saying you’re stupid, I’m just saying you’ve got bad luck when it comes to thinking
DO NOT DISTURB ... I’m disturbed enough as it is
Cannibals don’t eat clowns ... because they taste funny
You’re about to exceed the limits of my expectations
All those who believe in telekinesis, raise my hand
I could be a morning person ... if morning happens around noon
You’re not unlucky ... bad things happen to you because you’re a dumbass!
Don’t rush me! I’m waiting for the last minute
If you have any one-liners you’d like to share, make a comment below. If not, stop fooling around and get back to work.
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