Oh the world of business, the tedious industry driving our little nation forward in a world built on economics and finance. There’s little humour to be found in a job built on a foundation of stock markets, Excel spreadsheets, and taxes. Biteback’s got your back though, with the release of our hilarious book The Dictionary of Humorous Business Quotations to amuse you from nine to five. Along with a cup of black coffee (sadly not included) it’s all you need to get you through the working day.
“Monday is a lame way to spend one-seventh of your life.”
“We’re a non-profit-making organisation. We don’t mean to be but we are.”
Jerry Dennis, British comedian.
“I miss being able to slam my phone down when I hang up on somebody. Violently pressing ‘end call’ just doesn’t do it for me.”
“Show me a man who doesn’t make mistakes and I’ll show you a man who doesn’t do anything.”
Theodore Roosevelt, President of the United States 1901–09.
“2640K ought to be enough for anyone.”
“I don’t want money. It is only people who pay their bills who want that, and I never pay mine.”
Oscar Wilde, Irish playwright.
“If my calculations are correct, I can retire about five years after I die.” Tumblr, 2013.
“Nothing interferes with my concentration. You could put on an orgy in my office and I wouldn’t look up. Well, maybe once.”
Isaac Asimov, academic and science fiction author.
“It’s amazing how many people beat you at golf now you’re no longer president.”
George H. W. Bush, President of the United States 1989–93.
So, if you need to survive the upcoming tedium of statistics, pie-charts and poorly made PowerPoint slides get your copy of The Dictionary of Humorous Business Quotations by Fred Metcalf today! Available here