Joke: A Secretary Walks into Her Boss's Office to Tell Him Some 'Bad News'
A secretary’s job is to keep the office and the bosses life in order. That role involves juggling a lot of work and sometimes the outcome is good and sometimes the outcome bad. Enjoy the hilarious lives of some secretaries.
When you have good news… and bad news
Sherry the secretary walked into her boss’s office and said, "I’m afraid I’ve got some bad news for you."
"Sherry honey, why do you always have to give me bad news?" he complained.
"Tell me some good news for once."
"Alright, here’s some good news," said the secretary.
"You’re not sterile…"
The million-dollar picture
George had responded to a call from his lawyer, insisting that they meet at once. He arrived at his lawyer's firm, and was ushered into his office.
"Do you want the bad news first or the terrible news?" the lawyer asked. "Well, if those are my choices, I guess I'll take the bad news first."
"Your wife found a picture worth a half-million dollars."
"That's the bad news?" George was stunned? "If you call that bad, I can't wait to hear the terrible news."
"The terrible news is that it's of you and your secretary."
Someone is very hands-on at the office
The tensions of life were threatening to get a stranglehold on Bill, and after he'd finished a good dinner, he relaxed mindlessly in a soft chair next to the stereo, with a stiff drink in his hand.
His wife knew nothing of his nervous state, and she climbed onto his lap with the thought of trying to wheedle a fur coat out of him, and snuggled and murmured and fondled."Good heavens, Ethel," he exploded, "get off of me! I get enough of this at the office."
Getting the short end of the conversation
A Rabbi who was late for a golf game was rather short-tempered with several people whose phone calls kept delaying him.
The next day his secretary said, "Rabbi, several members of the congregation were really upset with you when you cut them short yesterday."
At that point, a man who had been sitting within earshot in the reception room got up and departed hurriedly. "Who was that?" asked the Rabbi.
"Oh, that was Mr. Ruthenberg," she answered:
"He wanted to speak to you about a circumcision for his son."