I had money that I had to spend,
So I thought I could follow a trend
For my vision correction.
I made the selection
Of lasik, my contacts to end.
Though I wished that the healing would hurry,
All my co-workers tended to worry.
They had changed out my screen
But their joke wasnít seen
Because everything to me was blurry.
Iíll say fixing that laptop was scary
Since the ticket I got made me wary.
Thatís the stuff that we see
Since the MCSE
We call F L U F got a new dictionary.
The exec thought that he should acknowledge
When I used all my technical knowledge.
Though it turned out all right,
Itís like he could be writing
Acceptance emails for some college.
The reasoning for this one is that around the beginning of this month, a few colleges made the mistake of blasting out acceptance email messages to prospective students they had not accepted. They had to send out hurriedly written emails soon afterward explaining themselves.
In honor of Tax Day in the US:
In the spring, it is everyoneís onus
To pay taxes with minimum slowness.
Though we maybe use Quicken,
It just serves to sicken
Us, funding an AIG bonus.
Yes, I know I also used this for the
"Joke's On You" a couple months ago. I figured enough ST readers did not hit
this web site, so it would still be new to them.
Itís a pain when a hospitalís shrink
Thinks the PC heís gotís on the blink.
He will act like the geek
Just converses in Greek
Which can drive many sane men to drink.
They had made the right laptop repair,
But they gave to the boss quite a scare.
When they cleaned up the Joe,
They said they didnít know
What to do with the parts that were spare.
Though they played a joke on him, you see,
JIM would fire them, donít you agree?
One would have to be nuts
To be labeled a putz,
Like me spelling ďpursuitĒ with an ďEĒ.
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