This is perhaps not funny*, but I learned last week at *my* job that I'm being added to the "poo cleanup" rotation at the fieldsite. Turns out people defecate at our front door from time to time. Looks like I'm with you on the "honeymoon's over" front.*It actually is kindof funny. And I use this story regularly to explain the basic differences between my job and Jiggity's job. No one poops on his employer's front steps; and, if someone did, they'd hire help to clean it up.
Ha! Ok, that's funny. If anyone poops on the front steps at my workplace, I can pretty much guarantee it's not my job to clean it up.
Poop is a regular part of my day! But not when I go to work.
If there's any poop at my workplace, I'm sure it's historically significant poop (perhaps from a British royal) that is enshrined in some way.I am glad that the reenactment trend isn't taken so far that we are forced to use ye olde outhouse.
I was changing A-Vo's diaper a few weeks ago, which was poopy, and she looked at me and said, "Big crap!"
oh dude, poop clean-up duty not cool, are you ok with it Po? I suppose it's nice to be part of the team now. Sorry things are going not so hot at work today TOWWAS.
I just saw J-vo's comment, HA! that cheered me up a lot!
I have a poop story to share! The Monkey has a pooptastic night the other night. he'd already been once and the second time he went running I said "Aww...honey, does your belly hurt?" and he looked at me from his perch on the toilet and said "No. My BUTT hurts!":D
After 10 years with my employer I think I've got enough seniority that I don't have to worry about being on the poop squad. I'd make some new hire do it.
Knock-knock?("Who's there?")The interrupting cow("The interrupting co..")MOOOOOOO!!!!!Try it - guaranteed laughs. To reuse the joke, substitute interrupting starfish, and instead of making a noise, put your hand over their face.
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