Category: Work Jokes

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Ranking: 2.68 / 102
Three absent minded writers were busy discussing a writing project on the platform, while waiting for the train. The announcement was made, and the train finally arrived. There was complete panic among eagerly waiting passengers as the train made its way to the platform. Passengers rushed inside the train, and the train left. However, one of the writers was not able to catch the train in the confusion.

A passerby who saw all this came up to the writer and told him not to worry and catch the next available train. The writer replied, “I am not worried for myself, but the real problem is that I was the one who was suppose to catch the train, and the two of them who went on the train, actually came to see me off”.
Thanks to: Rajiv Sighamony - Gossaigaon - Assam - India
rec.:Oct/24/2011    pub.:Aug/15/2012    sent:Jul/23/2013

Ranking: 3.07 / 55
Looking over the log book kept by the computer support staff at my office, I noticed several entries stating the problem was PICNIC. I asked one of the technicians what PICNIC meant. He laughed as he told me it meant "Problem In Chair, Not In Computer"
Thanks to: Maggie - Los Angeles - USA.
rec.:Mar/15/2009    pub.:Oct/6/2009    sent:Dec/28/2009

Ranking: 3.25 / 44
A bus station is where a bus stops. A train station is where a train stops.
Now you know why they call it a workstation!
Thanks to: Anonymous - USA.
rec.:May/12/2010    pub.:May/12/2010    sent:Jun/5/2013

Ranking: 2.81 / 74
A Japanese soap manufacturing company received a complaint that a consumer
had bought a box of soap that was empty. Management tasked its engineers
to solve the problem permanently to avoid any reoccurrence.
The engineers worked hard to devise an X-ray machine with high-resolution
monitors manned by two people to watch all the soapboxes that passed
through the line to make sure they were not empty. No doubt, they worked
hard and they worked fast.
But a rank-and-file employee that was posed the same problem came out with
another solution. He bought a strong industrial electric fan and pointed
it at the assembly line. He switched the fan on, and as each soapbox
passed the fan, it simply blew the empty boxes out of the line.
Thanks to: Khurram Nawab - Karachi - Pakistan
rec.:Nov/29/2003    pub.:Jan/14/2004    sent:Mar/24/2004

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