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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

CYCLES (actually recycled)



Life Cycle is all Backwards!!

I think the life cycle is all backwards.
You should start out dead; just get it right out of the way.
You wake up in a senior care facility and start feeling better every day.
You get kicked out of there for being too healthy, go collect your pension, then, when you start work, you get a gold watch on your first day.
You work 40 years until you're young enough to enjoy your retirement.
You drink alcohol, you party, you're "generally" promiscuous and you get ready for High School.
After High School, you go to primary school, you become a kid, you play or nap all day, you have no responsibilities.
You become a baby with no cares whatsoever.
Then, you spend your last 9 months floating peacefully with luxuries like central heating, spa treatments, room service on tap, larger living quarters everyday...and then...
you finish off as an orgasm!
It would have to be better that way …
because this getting old .. just sucks


In the beginning, God creates a cow 

In the beginning, God creates a cow, ordered it to eat in the grassland, to works under the hot sun for the whole day. And God give it 50 years of living.
The Ox said , " Working hard under the sun for 50 yrs? No , thank you. It's too depressing. Let me return 30 years to you. I'll have enough with 20yrs. And God agreed.

On the 2nd day, God created Monkey.
He ordered them to entertain the most valuable creature He will create, human. The monkey were ordered to do backflip,acrobatic, and things to make human laugh. And God give them 20 yrs of living. 
Monkeys refused. " 20 yrs to clowning for human? We cant bear it. Let it be 10 years. We return the other 10 to You." And God agreed.

On the 3rd day, God create the dogs. It ordered by God to protect the human's front door. "Bark, each time people goin close to the human's door, " HE said. It'll be 20yrs of living for the dogs.
The dogs said, " No way we gonna do that for 20yrs. We return 10 yrs to You." And God agreed.

On the 4th day, Human Creation. God give human a simple task. "Have fun, and enjoy your life" God placed 25yrs for human.
Human really refused that arrangement. "25 yrs for enjoying life? That's too short!!"
Then Human came with a deal arrangement :
"The cow return 30 yrs, Monkey returned 10, and the dog returned 10. Let us have those, and we shall get 75 years for human. "
And God agreed.

Consequences :

First 25 years of human life filled with fun, joy, and easy. Just like God promised.
Next 30 years human will have to work hard as a cow
Another 10 yrs after that the human will have to give joy to the grandchildren and makes them happy, just like the monkey do.
And spending the rest 10 yrs sitting in the house to bother everyone nearby, just like the dogs.





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CORPORATE LIFE-CYCLE
 

Part 01

An organization is like a tree full of monkeys - all on different levels, some climbing up. The monkeys on top look down and see a tree full of smiling faces. The monkeys on the bottom look up and see nothing but assholes.

Part 02

All the time, the monkeys on the top will get the fruits first, and most of the time, they will eventually produce SHIT for all
the monkeys below. And all the time, that's what the monkeys below will get.

Part 03

For those monkeys who are climbing up, they have to first kiss plenty of asses in order to move up. How high they climb, will have to depend on how good they kiss. And always if the one on top will not kiss any ass, his ass will get KICKED !!!

Part 04

During times of great difficulties and hardship, the monkeys on the top may fall a few branches down and hit the monkeys below. The monkeys below will be fallen upon and eventually some will fall off the tree, as in being retrenched.

As compensation, these monkeys that fell off get to keep the fruits that were shaken off the tree during the commotion. The tree becomes lighter and life slowly returns to normal.

And that, my friends, is what we call a "Corporate Lifecycle."

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