Weekend Funnies


Time to smile No1. e)

I once dated a girl with a twin and people always asked me how i could tell them apart….. It was simple, Alison painted her nails red, and Bob had a beard.

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Time to smile No2

A Genie granted me one wish, so I said “i just want to be happy”. So now I’m living in a little cottage with 6 dwarves and working in a mine.’ whistle while you work…….’

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Time to smile No3

I took my 8-year-old daughter to the office on ‘take your kid to work day’. But when we walked into the office she started to cry. As concerned staff gathered around, I asked her what was wrong and she said: “Daddy where are all the clowns you said you worked with”?

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Accounting For Taste

The accountant for the law firm of Dewey, Cheatham & Howe was retiring after working for the firm for seventeen years. Cheatham was interviewing applicants, and was disappointed, as only three had even bothered to send in a resume.

After looking over the application of the first, an accountant with six year’s experience at Goldman Sachs, he called the first applicant in, and asked the woman what 2 plus 2 was.

She answered, “Four.”

Cheatham said he would call her if she was selected.

The second candidate was a CPA from Harvard, and at the end of the interview he was asked the same question, “What is two and two?”

The CPA replied, “Four.” Cheatham told him that he would call the young man if he was selected.

The third applicant was a recently-graduated philosophy. Cheatham figured that this wasn’t going to go anywhere, but thought, “What the hey? I’ve got nothing to lose.”

He interviewed the young man quickly and asked, “I know you don’t have an accountancy background, but can you tell me what two plus two is?”

To which the philosophy major replied, “Can you tell me what would you want it to be?”

And was hired on the spot.

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About irishroverpei

Author of "Lily & Me", "The Royal Navy & Me" and Chapter XXl Armageddon. Writer, blogger and RN Submariner, antique automobile enthusiast.
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