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        01-08-2010, 03:47 AM
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    Yearling
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    What's the funniest experience you have had in the workplace , working with dummies

    E.G.

    In 1997 a girl I was working with , when asked , said that she was going to the cinema to see Titanic , someone else commented - don't bother the ship sinks -.
    To this she responded " oh you've spoiled the film now ".
    The Titanic sank in 1912 !


    I also work with someone who attempted to eat a piece of apple that had been submerged in Liquid Nitrogen for 15 minutes - have you any idea how funny it is to watch someone run around with piece of apple ( must have been about -100 ) stuck to their tongue.

    I could go on - but I would end up writing a book.
         
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        01-08-2010, 05:31 AM
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    Yearling
    Well. I work at a barn, alone usually, so the funniest thing that has happened to me was...well, done by me.
    My boss had turned off the hot wire for a while, and I got used to it, and recently she turned them back on...without telling me first. So I was ducking under the fence to go into a paddock and clean it out and brushed the hot wire. ...Lucky for me one of the horse owners was just arriving at the barn around the time I was hopping around saying things that shouldn't be said, and looking like an idiot. I was given one of the funniest looks by her, and I sure won't forget it!
         

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