The itchy and scratchy show

The *good* news is management aren't affected, because they have plenty of people to lick their arses

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13 thoughts on “The itchy and scratchy show

  1. You have to go in a “bog”?
    Yeah, the quality of the paper products at my workplace sucks too, but I’m more disturbed by the fact that we have women janitors and when they’re cleaning the men’s room, one has to to the “scissor-leg” walk/hop to another restroom that is, hopefully, available.
    Have you tried lotion?

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  2. Lucky my dad doesn’t work there. He thinks I’m a Nazi because I buy Scotts. He buys the fluffiest toilet paper he can find. I think it’s ten dollars a roll or something.

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  3. Celine Dion apparently wrote a song about this very subject. May i never ever quote her again. (mon dieu!).
    “Dont think I cant feel theres something wrong
    Youve been the sweetest part of my life so long
    I look in your eyes, theres a distant light
    And you and I know therell be a storm tonight
    This is getting serious
    Are you thinking bout you or us

    (chorus)
    Dont say what youre about to say
    Look back before you leave my life
    Be sure before you close that door
    Before you roll those dice
    Baby WIPE twice

    subtle. i know.

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  4. stephanie: I put the pun in punishment.
    gnukid: That’s just how they roll.
    daisy: I dunno, the last batch did seem a little damp…
    rob: To be honest, I’d rather bring in my own TP than be seen going into the toilet brandishing a bottle of lotion.
    robin: It’s so worth it.
    anicker: *sniff* that’s beautiful, man.
    nursemyra: Hey, you and me both, but in hindsight (Hah! See what I did there? I was originally planning to say “in retrospect”), it makes perfect sense.

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  5. Pah! Try squatting over a hole (nhurhur) with your skirt wound up in one hand, and an over-enthusiastic hosepipe in the other. Oooh eerr. That doesn’t sound right. Either way, thank you Thailand, for the scarring experiences.

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  6. Pah! Try squatting over a hole (nhurhur) with your skirt wound up in one hand, and an over-enthusiastic hosepipe in the other. Oooh eerr. That doesn’t sound right. Either way, thank you Thailand, for the scarring experiences.

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  7. Who said that those management reports that get printed and pile up in the cupboard have no use at all??

    Might not be dual ply, but is dual purpose.
    Normally you’d read it and weep.
    Now you can read it and wipe.

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  8. dolce: Is there an echo in here? I know it’s probably very practical, but I don’t think I’d be entirely comfortable touring Thailand in a skirt.
    revo: Yup. Gotta do whatever you can to keep the old ISO 14000 certification current.
    thrills: Patience. Watch this space.

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