Written by Jaggedone

Wednesday, 27 March 2019

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Perfect example of a US, blown up boss preparing to sack the whole office by releasing humongous farts!

Australian business men and women (do they fart too?) have discovered a way of ridding their companies of useless unproductive workers, causing a humongous 'stench'.

Employees on long contracts who are caught 'resting on their laurels' or, on the bog with a ciggy, are being blown out of their jobs by bosses who are consuming kilos of sauerkraut, leeks, cabbage, and Brussels sprouts!

If any employees are found 'sleeping on the bog or job', bosses enter the work floor, office, or wherever and, release farts of immense, combustible intensity and quite incomprehensible 'stink factors' around the culprit.

After a few days of constant farting; lazy, non-productive workers pack their bags voluntarily because they just cannot stand the stunk! Many bosses are now turning vegan because this particular diet enhances their farting capabilities!

Getting rid of useless, non-productive employees on long-term contracts is now, due to innovative directives of smelly bosses, not a problem. In addition, the Australian initiative is spreading all over the planet!

UK/US/German bosses, female and male, are now being encouraged to become vegan 'mega-farters' in an unprecedented attempt to increase productivity! Trump has become a leading figure in the 'Farting for Firing Movement'. In fact, he's just one gigantic, farting megalomaniac, and an inspiration for farters (non-cattle and sheep versions) running and ruining our planet!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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