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Benita Epstein Cartoons
Funny business cartoons keep people upbeat!
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“It says, ‘Thank you for doing business with King Tut Company. Would you please take a minute to comment on our service?”
“The position requires excellent communication skills. We’ll e-mail our decision.”
Age 42 Still Stuck at Children’s Table
“Please call back later. He’s ego-browsing.”
“Gotta go. Here comes my boss from h…”
“Sure, I got the huge staff, the huge salary and the huge office, but…no view.”
“What are your other qualifications besides ‘my daddy owns the company’?”
“Gentlemen, I trust there won’t be a problem working under a female bloodsucking mosquito.”
“Someday I hope to think outside the pyramid.”
“You’re not taking this class for relaxation are you?”
“Now that we reinvented ourselves, who do you think should run the company?”
“I better get this. The ring tone sounds like big profits to me.”
“How did you become interested in money?”
“Excuse me. Is this the home office?”
“I thought you said you were goal oriented.”
“They really expect a lot from us.”
“All this stuff? I’m meeting for two now.”
“Sure, he’s lazy, but he’s loyal.”
“You’re good at math. Can we make 98% of our people scapegoats?”
“I’m married to my work. I just want to make it official.”
"Must you always bring your work home?"
“Mr. Chase will sue you now.”
“You lost the McDowell account? It’s in your file cabinet, third drawer.”
“Push the paper, Sean. Never pull.”
“They really are spoiling that new guy.”
“Don’t worry about expenses. This will all be passed along to the consumer.”
“First, as an ice breaker…how many of you have tattoos?”