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Things you don’t say to your wife. Or boss? Funny Video

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I came across this funny video (see the video below) the other day by comedian Tim Hawkins, it  is hilarious. I got to thinking; if there are certain things you don’t say to your wife, what certain things do you not say to your boss?

Here are a few I wouldn’t say:

“I don’t work here. I’m a consultant!”

“How about never? Is never good for you?”

“Yeah, right. I have a family. I’m going home.”

“Do I look like a people person?”

“Don’t blame me – it’s not my fault.”

What others would you add to this list?

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  • Paul Quaiser, Q Enterprises, Inc., Business & Talent Management

    Mike,
    Great reference and entertainment. I am Craig Zablocki’s Business Manager and Agent. Craig utilizes humor as a medium to make us aware of the things we have learned that have hurt us. And, to redirect our current thinking into a more collaborative and healthy perspective. If we can help your efforts to improve the organizational health of your clients, please contact me at paquaiser@gmail.com
    Sincerely,
    Paul Quaiser
    Q Enterprises, Inc.

  • Paul Quaiser, Q Enterprises, Inc., Business & Talent Management

    Mike,
    Great reference and entertainment. I am Craig Zablocki’s Business Manager and Agent. Craig utilizes humor as a medium to make us aware of the things we have learned that have hurt us. And, to redirect our current thinking into a more collaborative and healthy perspective. If we can help your efforts to improve the organizational health of your clients, please contact me at paquaiser@gmail.com
    Sincerely,
    Paul Quaiser
    Q Enterprises, Inc.

  • Karen Pizur

    Do not see a video link on this webpage. Can you add it or send it please?
    Thanks.

  • Phil

    Great video Mike!
    Add to your list…
    “Blame spell-chick, not me!”
    or
    “No one was screaming yet so it I figured it wan’t late.”
    Thanks fo the laugh.

  • http://www.teamworkandleadership.com Mike Rogers

    Thanks for the contribution Phil! Funny.
    - Mike

  • http://www.pricelessprofessional.com Suzie Price

    That’s so funny. Thanks for sharing… made me laugh!

  • http://www.teamworkandleadership.com Mike Rogers

    I am glad you enjoyed it Suzie!
    - Mike

  • http://www.dmgsouth.com dee gardner

    Mike,
    Thanks for sharing the video. Very funny.
    Has it snowed in Cedar this season?

  • http://www.teamworkandleadership.com Mike Rogers

    Thanks Dee. No it hasn’t snowed yet, but it has been cold enough at times. Did you use to live in Cedar Dee?
    - Mike

  • Deborah

    Amen!

  • http://www.teamworkandleadership.com Mike Rogers

    Thanks Deborah. Amen!!!!! I agree : )

  • Kayelene

    I don’t know how I missed this post. Hilarious! The next one to add is what not to give your wife as a present. When I was pregnant with my 5th child I was having a hard time getting in and out of the suburban. I kept telling me husband we really needed running boards. Well the baby was born in October and that Christmas I got running boards. Yep for real! He won’t ever make that mistake again!!!

  • http://www.teamworkandleadership.com Mike Rogers

    Funny! Thanks Kayelene. I am glad to hear you are following my posts : )

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  • http://www.teamworkandleadership.com Mike Rogers

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    Mike

  • http://www.freshcheapdeals.com Arlene Day

    It is good to be in our own little world & to laugh at ourselves. This is reality! Some times the truth hurts, but we can look back & know tests like this can be funny memories & the love can keep us together. I’m not married, but looking. Business has it’s funny side, too. I’ve had my real estate moments & will have more, I’m sure! I know, too, I have the “power” to endure!

  • Kay Jones

    Thanks for my laugh of the day. I love humor based on “real life.” You are looking for additional phrases to not say to your boss. May I add: “It’s not my job.”

  • http://www.teamworkandleadership.com Mike Rogers

    Excellent one Kay! I am glad you enjoyed it and that I could share : )

  • Ryan Curtis

    Funny video, thanks for sharing. Here are a few things you shouldn’t say to your boss,
    “That’s a great suggestion. Why don’t you take your own advice.”
    “If you give me a raise, I might be able to overlook your faults.”
    “If you think it’s so easy, you do it.”

  • http://www.teamworkandleadership.com Mike Rogers

    Great ones Ryan! Thanks for sharing.

  • Mark Macy

    Mike – Awesome! This could be the most educational video for us men of all time! :)

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  • http://www.i-verified.us Brandy Bishop

    Here’s one I actually heard a few years’ ago: “I don’t have time to learn how to do my job correctly. I’m too busy working.”

    • http://www.teamworkandleadership.com Michael Rogers

      That’s a nice one Brandy : )

      Mike

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