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Strangers call me, I load them in a truck, poke them w/needles, hook them up to wires/tubes, sometimes push drugs or briefly electrocute them until we reach our destination - which is a large warehouse w/other broken people & fluorescent lights. They thank me for my service.— Shea Rossomando (@Run_Fox_Run) October 18, 2020
I watch tiny humans exit larger humans, and if they need, I keep them for a while while I put tubes and needles in them until they don’t die. Then I give them back to the bigger humans to take them to their human place to help them get big.— Dibie Fed Up With 🍊🎪 (@dibiethennp) October 18, 2020
I tell computers to do things. Sometimes they listen.— Comfortably Numb (@YGalanter) October 18, 2020
I take bones that are arranged in a way that I find not pleasing and then I line them up in a way that I like. Then I screw in some metal.— Travis Hanson, MD (@footankle) October 17, 2020
I silently judge 18 year olds for 5 hours a day, then I review their work and judge them again, but this time on a graded scale. I then I make lists of my judgements of them. Plus, I get to discuss economics and US Government all day.— The Bitter Proffit (@bitterproffit) October 18, 2020
demand young adults read books by (mostly) dead people and expect them to learn life lessons from it— Maureen Moore (@HopesMom12) October 18, 2020
I ask excitable woof dogs to go and find good and bad people, whilst I chauffeur them around the country, breaking speed limits almost everywhere I go.— աօʀɖ օʄ ɖօɢ 🏴 🇬🇧 (@ThewordofDog1) October 18, 2020
I also ask them to go and find illegal drugs and bang sticks. Sometimes they listen, but not always.
I bust through your front door and spray all your things down with water. You usually thank me afterward.— LyleTheAligator (@PsstCaptain) October 18, 2020
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