boss: we’re starting to think you don’t really value this job anymore
me: [wearing bathrobe] not sure what u mean
Whenever I’m waiting for an elevator & the door finally slides open I pretend I’m on a Game Show & just won a group of people
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[me on phone with mechanic]
Car won’t start. I think it’s the battery. Or power steering. Could be a fuse. Wheels, probably wheels. Engine.
[me as a gynaecologist]
*pronouncing womb like it rhymes with bomb*
teacher: (sighs) omnipresemt sentinel
omnipresent sentinel: ??????
A spider crawling along the wall suddenly fell off and kept crawling on the floor like it wasn’t a big deal, so I said out loud, “I saw that.”
My 4 year old kid doesn’t have an imaginary friend, he has an imaginary boss. He takes imaginary phone calls from his imaginary boss and has one-sided, exasperated conversations. We asked him once if his boss had a name and without missing a beat he said “Johnson.”
Being an adult means I’m in charge of my own bedtime, and I’ve realized I’m not equipped to handle that responsibility.
Teacher: What’s ur biggst fear?
Child3: That humanity’s core reaction to misunderstanding is anger