Category: Business Jokes

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Ranking: 2.72 / 47
Michael was selling a fine horse, and his friend Liam came over with the intention of buying it. "How much is it?" asked Liam, and Pat told him "500 dollars." Liam was startled, and said, "But sure, I could give only 25 dollars for even such a fine horse." "Done!" said Michael. Liam was surprised again. "How is it you came down so fast?" Michael smiled and said, "25 dollars is what he's worth, all right, but you're my friend, and I thought you'd like owning a 500 dollar horse."
Thanks to: Pat Conner - Kailua Kona - Hawaii - USA.
rec.:Feb/5/2002    pub.:Mar/6/2002

Ranking: 2.52 / 63
A traveling salesman was held up in the west by a rainstorm and flood. He e-mails his office in NY: “Delayed by storm. Send instructions”
His boss e-mails back: “Start vacation immediately”
Thanks to: Anonymous - USA.
rec.:Jun/24/2005    pub.:Jun/24/2005    sent:Dec/11/2006

Ranking: 2.28 / 90
A man was cleaning out old clothes from his closet, planning to give them to charity. In the pocket of a suit coat he found a shoe-repair ticket, about ten years old.
"I believe that place is still in business," he thought, so he went down to the shop. Without saying anything, he presented the ticket.
The man behind the counter looked at the number and said, "I'll have them for you tomorrow."
Thanks to: K Meyer - Westfield - NC - USA.
rec.:Apr/19/2007    pub.:Apr/30/2007    sent:Dec/14/2007

Ranking: 2.65 / 48
The HMO account manager noticed that nearly every bill from a certain pediatrician’s office included the line item “Behavior modification reinforcers.” Alarm that the pediatrician was engaging in some unapproved, experimental psychological treatment, she called the physician’s office to inquire, “What on earth are behavior modification reinforcers?” “Lollipops,” was the reply.
Thanks to: Anonymous - USA.
rec.:Jan/22/2008    pub.:Jan/22/2008    sent:Jul/10/2008

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