Work Tip #50

When walking along Executive Row, it is recommended that one use their inside voice at all times. That way, when you blurt out, “Golly gee, you sure do have a lot of plants up here” the powers-that-be do not spin their heads around a la Linda Blair and give you the stink eye.


13 comments on “Work Tip #50

  1. C says:

    … Golly gee?

  2. Wicked H says:

    I am with C on this one. Golly gee should never, EVER be blurted outloud.

  3. Howard says:

    I didn’t say it…I’m just repeating it.

  4. Wicked H says:

    Whew! Ok, thank goodness.

    Carry on then….

  5. C says:

    Wicked H, I don’t believe him.

  6. Wicked H says:

    I am still with you C.

    Some of this stuff you just cannot make up. Golly gee falls into that category.

    Howard!! You got some splaining to do!!!!

  7. Howard says:

    OK…I was helping someone install some software for the CEO. Afterwards, as we were walking down the hall, he turns to the CEO’s Executive Secretary and said, “Golly gee…”. I have not now nor do I ever plan on using the phrase “golly gee” in public or private. I might be heard saying “Geezly crow” from time to time, but never “golly gee”.

  8. Wicked H says:

    GEEZLY CROW?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

    I almost prefer golly gee.

    C, care to chime in?

  9. C says:

    Indeed. WTF?

    I can’t find that in urbandictionary. I guess Mississippi slang isn’t “urban.” Go figure.

  10. Howard says:

    I got some urban slang for you… 🙂

    And I’ve never said “Geezly Crow” either. “Holy Shit” is more my speed.

  11. C says:

    You’re a regular John Kerry: you said it before you said you didn’t say it. And we all know how that turned out. 😦

  12. Howard says:

    No biggie…I didn’t want to be President anyway. They frown on porn watching in the White House…or at least this administration does.

  13. C says:

    What losers. They’re missing out.

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