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You've all known one. The brown-nosing fucker, the 'comedian', the drunk, the gossip and of course the weird one with no mates who goes bell ringing, looks like Mr Majika and sports a monk's haircut (and is a woman).

Tell us about yours...

Thanks to Deskbound for the idea

(, Thu 24 Jan 2008, 9:09)
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Leaving cards etc. Part II

Further to my 'Hey, it's me' post below, and the additions from Poo Flake, Smash Monkey etc. I was giving this a bit of thought in the car last night and this morning and think there's some Thursday, end of QOTW mileage in it.

I love the idea of signing first with 'All the best, Che' and then using my left hand and another pen to add a mischievous message from, say, 'Bob'. How about for a bloke that's just had a baby: 'OK, your balls work, now try using your brain' (you can substitute 'balls' for 'womb' obviously) or; 'Nice going. One more mouth for the World to feed' - or is that a bit too far?

'Get lost, we need your desk' for a leaving card or perhaps 'I always loved you, S. xxxxxx'

'You're old and you know it' for a birthday card

Then I got a little more suble, bit like Smash Monkey and thought that obscure song lyrics or film quotes might be nice in a really anal, guilty pleasures type way. How about 'But I believe in this and it's been tested by research...JS' or 'You're a big cheese now in the workhouse, With these vulgar fractions of the treble clef...EC' [google will reveal all]. Or 'I've decided to be godfather to Connie's baby. MC'

Your entries please.
(, Thu 31 Jan 2008, 9:01, 3 replies)
way ahead of you
Last birthday card I signed was:

"Hope, ambition, happiness, youth... all gone now and it's downhill to the grave."

Signed my own name. No one likes me anyhow.
(, Thu 31 Jan 2008, 9:17, closed)
I once signed on some good luck type card
luck? in my experience there's no such thing as luck - O-WK
(, Thu 31 Jan 2008, 9:48, closed)
Whatever the occasion
There is always one "shining wit" in my office who always writes Happy Easter or Christmas on birthday cards. I'm looking forward to his coming round when I can say "Congratulations on being one year closer to death".
(, Thu 31 Jan 2008, 12:53, closed)

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