Funny Life Lessons With Unexpected Outcomes

These comical short stories not only contain good humor, but also excellent “morals of the story.”

Funny Life Lessons With Unexpected Outcomes

Life Lesson 1 – Naked for $800

The doorbell rings as a man is entering the shower and his wife is just getting out. The wife runs downstairs and hurriedly wraps herself in a towel. Bob, the neighbor next door, is standing there as she opens the door. Before she can respond, Bob offers her $800 to throw down the towel. The woman pauses for a second before dropping her towel and standing naked in front of Bob.

After a short while, Bob gives her $800 and walks away. Returning upstairs, the woman covers herself in the towel once more. Her husband queries her as soon as she enters the restroom.

Who is that? It was Bob, the neighbor next door, she says. The spouse exclaims, “Great! Did he mention the $800 he owes me?”

Moral of the story:
You might be able to avoid exposure if you promptly communicate with your shareholders important information about credit and risk.

Life Lesson 2 – The Final Word of the Boss

While out for lunch, a sales representative, an office assistant, and the manager come across an old oil lamp. When they massage it, a Genie appears. I’ll grant everyone of you only one wish, the genie adds. “Me first! Me first!” exclaims the office assistant. “Without a care in the world, I want to be in the Bahamas driving a speedboat.” Poof! She has left. “I’m next!” “Me next,” the salesperson exclaims. “I want to be in Hawaii, lounging on the beach with my private masseuse, unlimited Pina Coladas, and the love of my life.” Poof! He has left. The manager is told by the Genie, “OK, you’re up.” “I want those two back in the office after lunch,” the manager commands.

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Moral of the story:
Always let your boss have the first say.

Life Lesson 3 – Timid Priest

A priest gave a nun a ride. She climbed in and forced her gown to expose a leg by crossing her legs. The priest almost got into trouble. He took charge of the vehicle and slyly ran his hand up her leg. Father, do you recall Psalm 129?” the nun pleaded. The priest took his hand away. He then switched gears and allowed his hand to reappear up her leg. Father, do you recall Psalm 129?” the nun pleaded once again. “I’m sorry sister, but the flesh is weak,” the priest said in apology. The nun made her way to the convent and entered. When the priest got to the church, he hurried to search up Psalm 129. “Go forth and seek; higher up, you will discover glory,” it commanded.

Moral of the story:
You risk losing a significant opportunity if you are not knowledgeable about your line of work.

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