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Your boss!

yet another cool joke I received by forward junkies.




A guy phones up his Boss, but gets the bosses' wife instead" I'm afraid he died last week." she explains,
The next day the man calls again and asks for the boss. "I told you" the "wife replies, "he died last week,
The next day he calls again and once more asks to Speak to his boss By this time the wife is getting upset and shouts I'VE ALREADY TOLD YOU TWICE, MY HUSBAND, YOUR BOSS, DIED LAST WEEK WHY DO YOU KEEP CALLING he replied laughing, "I just love hearing it .



[tags] joke, boss, dead, wife , funny[/tags]

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  1. cooooooooooooooool wallahi

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  2. LOL

    Good one wallah ya Jad ... was he that bad??

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  3. cool one but why is it that all employees hate the Boss even if he is a good guy!? I wonder if the employees under me hate me like that .. by the way I hate my boss but there is a reason for that ...!!

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  4. Haytham, am sure your employees have a reason to hate you 2

    Anyone coulkd find lots of reasons to love or hate someone, it just happens that bosses have a lot of reasons to be hated... hehee

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  5. :D .. such a mean employee .. lol ..
    not bad though ..

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