Go Ahead, Quit Your Day Job

“Dad, does is totally suck to have to go to work everyday?”

“No, I wouldn’t say that, but I’d much rather hang out with you guys all day. And, by the way, watch your mouth, mister.”

“So, they don’t give you recess or nothing?”

“Nope. No recess”

“You know what, Dad? If I had a crappy sorta job like yours, I’d make everybody go out to the parking lot at 9:00 everyday and play kickball. Then, if I got bored in the afternoon, I’d sneak around the office and make funny videosΒ and put ’em on YouTube.Β I’d probably get like a million hits and then somebody would wanna make it a real movie and pay me a bunch of money. Then I’d quit my crappy job.”Β 

“Thanks, buddy. I’ll keep that in mind.”

“No problem, Dad.”

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16 Responses to Go Ahead, Quit Your Day Job

  1. I think the “little” one here might secretly work in Sales.

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  2. onedumbtart says:

    Such an innovative child. He’s definitely going to an epic boss someday. And his employees will love him!

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  3. Actually, if you have a lot of routine-bound folk at work, you CAN score recess. When I worked at Ameritech, EVERYBODY went to lunch from noon to one – never an exception. So I started going out to lunch at 11am, coming back at noon to “cover” for everybody else while they went to lunch. Yeah – I so TOTALLY worked through their lunch hour. Right. Sure. πŸ˜‰
    Just keep the kid out of a law career, okay? Something tells me he’d be the master of technicalities. πŸ˜€

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  4. He has it all figured out πŸ™‚

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  5. Androgoth says:

    I like his style πŸ™‚

    Hey how are
    you my friend? πŸ™‚

    Androgoth Xx

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  6. A young man after my own heart.

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  7. Tony McGurk says:

    He’ll have a ball if Dad’s company has a Father & Son day at work.

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