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It was a Monday morning.

Ravi entered his manager’s cabin with some paper in his hand.

Wishing to be left alone, the Manager looked up, offering little encouragement for a commencing conversation.

Ravi announced softly: ‘Sir, I am resigning.’

He could have said ‘there was no cream for the coffee-maker’ or even ‘the office printer had run out of ink’.

Manager: ‘What is it?’

Ravi repeated himself, raising his voice a wee bit: ‘Sir, I’m leaving.’

Words going home this time, Manager yelped like a puppy hurt in an encounter with an unyielding object: ‘What happened?’

Ravi stood his ground: ‘Nothing sudden, Sir, have been thinking for a while. Got a job in Bajaj Allianz!’

Manager let out a long breath: ‘I know you have talked to me sometime ago about a rise. I had meant to do something about it. Is that the issue? If it is, we can…

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Parotta Masters are guys making paratha’s!

 

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Source: Sirikka Sindhikka in FB

 

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How convenient! Just imagine…no more tedium of writing a resume…worrying about embedding the right key words…

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It’s one of those weird coincidences, you’ll have to trust me, if he resembles your manager!

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An old French lady had a small shop in her village for years, until one day a huge corporate supermarket set up across the road from her little shop.

They put up signs advertising their prices, including one that said: Butter – 10 francs.

In response, the lady added a sign to her own window: Butter – 9 francs.

The next day, the big supermarket had a new sign: Butter – 8 francs.

Sure enough, the day after the lady’s sign now read: Butter – 7 francs.

This went on for a while, until eventually one of the lady’s customers pointed to the sign and said, “Madame, you cannot keep your prices so low for long. These big companies can use their buying power to sell products cheaper, but a little store like yours can never compete.”

In response, the old lady bent forward conspiratorially and muttered, “Monsieur, I don’t even sell butter.”

“Aren’t you lying then, Madame, when your sign prices butter?”

“Mmmm…may be. But they thank me heartily when I direct them to cheaper prices across the street.”

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Source: Santabanta.com and image from schwarzwaelder-bote.de

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