It’s a Lazy Sunday sharing some of the random thoughts, observation that will come to your mind  if you are in the Corporate IMG_20151018_000508 (1)financial jungle, or may be your boss have shared with you..if not you would love to read them for once :-

  • Drinking is bad, but feelings are worse.
  • What most people would call the greatest night of their lives, I call just another Friday.
  • I thought there’d be worse nicknames to have for a girlfriend, but she didn’t find “The Warden” funny at all.
  • Some of the best moments in life are the ones you can’t tell anyone about.
  • A Blackberry and a 6-figure pay check is the crutch that single chicks call a career. That facade crumbles at 30.
  • Haircuts are the ultimate economic indicator. In bad times, it’s every 8 weeks. In good, it’s every 6. I go every 3 weeks. 🙂
  • If you can only be good at one thing, be good at lying… Because if you’re good at lying, you’re good at everything.
  • There was a time when people would save up for things they wanted to buy.
  • LinkedIn is the match.com of the underemployed.
  • Being held accountable for selling Indonesian corporate bonds is like getting busted for prescribing OxyContin in Hollywood.
  • Greece is like a miserable 40yr old dude. Why wait? Face the inevitable and just get divorced now.
  • He’s got 1,800 Facebook friends, and can’t get 40 people to go to his wedding.
  • In the words of Benjamin Franklin, ‘if we say that money doesn’t buy happiness, it might stop poor people from robbing us.
  • US college kids shouldn’t complain. China churns outs 3MM engineers every year, many of whom go back to their parents DVD stall.
  • If you have a job where you have to wear a nametag, nobody gives a shit what your name is
  • When a woman says about a man that he is intelligent, she often means handsome; when a man says about a woman that she is dumb, he always means attractive.
  • Half the people lie with their lips; the other half with their tears.
  • Technology is at its best when it is invisible
  • Those who do not think that employment is systemic slavery are either blind or employed
  • It’s a good practice to always apologize, except when you have done something wrong
  • To be completely cured of newspaper, spend a year reading the previous week’s newspaper
  • The most painful moment are not those we spend with uninteresting people, rather they are those spent with uninteresting people trying hard to be interesting.

 

 

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