Unions: Standing Up For The Workers.

#2
Looks like a fairly average US citizen. Maybe his next heart problem will be fatal.
One lives in hope.

PS Like the bit about the back pain since he fell through a chair. Priceless.
 
#3
I can feel a song coming on:

Who ate all the pies,
The burgers and the fries?
You fat bastard,
You fat bastard,
You ate all the pies!
 
#4
Looks like the rep for my local labourers union. The main difference is that he's normally on a barstool.
 
#6
He finds himself in agreement with yer very own Mrs Thatcher though. That lad would go ape at lunchtime if he encountered a closed shop.
Don't think he would give much of a **** if it was a closed salad bar TBH.
 
#7
He's no different to the bosses son where I work.
He's a fat **** with no work ethic either.

Turns up at 10.30, eats a triple pack of sandwiches, a big of crisps meant for sharing, 3 bars of chocolate, and 2 flapjacks. He washes it down with coffee with sweetner (no sugar, he's watching his weight and has been diagnosed as being diabetic).

Lunch is then a large steak cooked on a George Foreman grill with a mountain of salad/pasta/rice (delete as applicable) and various sauces, washed down with about 2 litres of water.

Mid afternoon snack is then a dozen chocolate biscuits with his sugar free coffee, and possibly a slab of cake if his dad has brought one in.

His dinner normally consists of a take away as his wife won't cook.
 
#8
He's no different to the bosses son where I work.
He's a fat **** with no work ethic either.

Turns up at 10.30, eats a triple pack of sandwiches, a big of crisps meant for sharing, 3 bars of chocolate, and 2 flapjacks. He washes it down with coffee with sweetner (no sugar, he's watching his weight and has been diagnosed as being diabetic).

Lunch is then a large steak cooked on a George Foreman grill with a mountain of salad/pasta/rice (delete as applicable) and various sauces, washed down with about 2 litres of water.

Mid afternoon snack is then a dozen chocolate biscuits with his sugar free coffee, and possibly a slab of cake if his dad has brought one in.

His dinner normally consists of a take away as his wife won't cook.
Jealously is an ugly trait
 
#9
It's interesting that the source for the story appears to be members of his own union executive. I suspect he will be voted out of his job in the near future.

Democracy in action! :)
 
#10
his meetings with the sandman can also be notched up to the effects of pain medication he takes for backaches, which he has suffered since falling through a chair at McDonald's last year.
That mental image will keep me chortling quietly for the rest of the day.
 
#11
It's interesting that the source for the story appears to be members of his own union executive. I suspect he will be voted out of his job in the near future.

Democracy in action! :)
Power struggles within unions make Hitlers rise to power look positively gentlemanly
 
#14
We've got an ex-union boss, now member of parliament over here at the moment on 173 fraud charges. His defence is that persons unknown took his union-supplied credit card, used his mobile to book hooers, forged his signature, then replaced it without his knowing. On numerous occasions. Utter ****.
 

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