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Funny story: Man Left Job After One Day As He Wanted To Kill Two Of His Colleagues

Man Left Job After One Day As He Wanted To Kill Two Of His Colleagues

A man has revealed how, many moons ago, he was left with no choice but to abandon a position of employment after just one day in the job, when he realised that, by turning up at his work on the second day might result in the deaths of two of his coll...

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Funny story: Queens Man Admits to Being Non-Essential Worker

Queens Man Admits to Being Non-Essential Worker

Notwithstanding the documentation partially exempting him from the COVID-19 lockdown and authorizing him to leave his house to travel to the grocery store where he has been employed for nearly two years, Harry White of Queens, New York, admitted to n...

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Funny story: Hardworking-Intended Americans Hope Coronavirus Pandemic Will Return US Jobs from China

Hardworking-Intended Americans Hope Coronavirus Pandemic Will Return US Jobs from China

(Providence, Rhode Island) It has become clear there are many economic and systemic changes that will need to be addressed after the current Coronavirus pandemic eases in the US. International travel policies, medical infrastructure, and even simpler...

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Funny story: Nashville Man Questions whether He’s Truly Evolving

Nashville Man Questions whether He’s Truly Evolving

Always intent on being on the cutting edge of his species, 42-year-old Trent Buchanan of Nashville, Tennessee, had been certain that he was personally helping advance humanity – only for a call from his mother inquiring about his job status to cause...

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Funny story: Trump Assures Americans that They’ll Be Able to Return to Their Crappy Low-Paying Jobs without Health Insurance Soon

Trump Assures Americans that They’ll Be Able to Return to Their Crappy Low-Paying Jobs without Health Insurance Soon

With the end of the national COVID-19 lockdown in sight, United States President Donald Trump reassured Americans currently unemployed as a result of coronavirus-related business shutdowns that they will be able to return to their crappy, low-paying...

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Funny story: Nashville Man Has Trouble Distinguishing between Full Circle and Square One

Nashville Man Has Trouble Distinguishing between Full Circle and Square One

After being laid off his day job due to a coronavirus-related moratorium on contract renewals, aspiring professional photographer Jimmy Fogg of Nashville, Tennessee, once again found himself unemployed and at loose ends. In other words, he’d come ful...

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Funny story: President Sprouts Horns and a Tail During Live TV Broadcast

President Sprouts Horns and a Tail During Live TV Broadcast

In a scene that left viewers stunned, the president, while signing into a law his new executive order regarding age of employment, began to spasm and cough violently. His faced turned beet red. He bent over in what at first appeared to be a fit of pa...

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Funny story: Wilbur Ross Has Lost His Marbles

Wilbur Ross Has Lost His Marbles

The US commerce secretary, Wilbur Ross, has been speaking on television and appears, very much, to have lost his marbles. Interestingly, the top of his head looks a bit like a marble. Mr Ross, talking to Fox Business News, commented that the de...

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Funny story: Co-Workers Enjoy Hearty Chuckle at Boss's Expense

Co-Workers Enjoy Hearty Chuckle at Boss's Expense

Co-workers Martha Shea and Chris Belmont shared a hearty chuckle after their boss, Rebecca Fraser, walked into their office with toilet paper dragging from the heel of her fashionable black pump. "She's super stylish, kind of a fashionista, which...

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Funny story: Cul De Sac Jobs Becoming Increasingly Popular

Cul De Sac Jobs Becoming Increasingly Popular

While the "dead-end" job has historically received a bad rap, a new variety of employment known as the "cul de sac" position has become increasingly popular, offering low stress and a reliably low income with no opportunity for advancement in a quiet...

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Funny story: Nashville Man Finds Asking About People's Babies Highly Effective Way of Procrastinating at Work

Nashville Man Finds Asking About People's Babies Highly Effective Way of Procrastinating at Work

Curtis Johnson, a 27-year-old professional who prides himself on working smart but definitely not hard, stumbled upon a highly effective means of procrastinating at work when, a little while before a big department meeting at which Curtis was expecte...

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Funny story: New Position Offers Unique Combination of Boredom and Stress

New Position Offers Unique Combination of Boredom and Stress

While many working Americans complain that their jobs are boring or stressful, a newly-posted position on job networking site Indud.web offers a unique combination of both boredom and stress. "It's a rare opportunity for people to really push them...

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Funny story: Neocons Dismayed to Realize New "Public Charge" Rule Means Immigrants May Take Jobs Americans Actually Want

Neocons Dismayed to Realize New "Public Charge" Rule Means Immigrants May Take Jobs Americans Actually Want

While neoconservatives initially applauded President Donald Trump's new "public charge" rule, tying green card eligibility to immigrants' financial resources and education levels, they were dismayed to subsequently realize that the new law means that...

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Funny story: Unemployed Man Rebrands as Free Spirit

Unemployed Man Rebrands as Free Spirit

To assist his ailing social life, 33-year-old Lewis Largo, a former technical consultant who's struggled to find work since being laid off from financial services giant Ernst & Young almost four years ago, decided to rebrand from "out of work" to...

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Funny story: 7th Grade Essay Contest Winner Informed He Will Eventually Need To Find 'A Real Job' Despite His Natural Ability

7th Grade Essay Contest Winner Informed He Will Eventually Need To Find 'A Real Job' Despite His Natural Ability

Dane County, Wisconsin. After writing a purely outstanding paper explaining the reasons why individuals with 'narcissistic personality disorder' often have troubled intimate relationships, 13-year-old Kyle Lane was warned by teachers, administrators...

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Funny story: Man Applies For Job, Stacking Shelves At Wegman's

Man Applies For Job, Stacking Shelves At Wegman's

A local man who claims he can't stand doing his current job any longer, has taken the extraordinary step of applying for a shelf-stacking position at Wegman's. The man, who is currently involved in 'imparting knowledge', says he cannot put up with...

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Funny story: Trump dismissals becoming chronic

Trump dismissals becoming chronic

Ever more staff are leaving the White House as Donald Trump's zealous bid to have the building to himself takes form. Head cook Chuck Tate was fired this week for cheating at Whist. "I swear I played the Queen", he mumbled as he piled his belongin...

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