Happy Friday! We have come to the unofficial end of summer with the arrival of Labor Day Weekend. Let’s celebrate with some hard-working jokes.
I wanted to be a Gregorian monk, but somehow, I never got the chants.
I wanted to be a competitive eater; unfortunately, I just never had the stomach for it.
I wanted to be a computer programmer, but I just couldn’t hack it.
I wanted be an engineer, but I burned too many bridges.
I wanted to be a telemarketer, but it just wasn’t my calling.
For a while I had a job as a waiter. I did not really like it but at least I was putting food on the table.
For a while I had a job as a door-to-door bicycle salesman, I was a peddler.
For a while I had a job as a hot dog vendor, I didn’t relish it.
I once had a jab as an upholsterer, I never recovered.
I once had a job as a masseur, but I rubbed people the wrong way.
I once had a job as a Velcro salesman, but I just couldn’t stick with it.
I wanted to be a stand-up comedian, but I was worried that people would laugh at me.
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
“You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” ~ C.S. Lewis