Written by j.w.

Wednesday, 27 August 2014


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Hauled in before his Boss John Witt realised he was in trouble, but Witt had more than enough up his sleeve.

'You are being sacked for doing nothing' he was told.

'You have nothing to complain about, then!' replied Witt.

'I'm not complaining about nothing, I'm complaining about you doing nothing' came the response.

Witt considered for a moment. 'I've been doing my job for two years and no one has complained about it.'

'Well, I'm complaining now!'

'You should be grateful to me' Witt insisted 'without you even asking I have been keeping your wife happy for the last year.'

'What nonsense is this?'

'She's been coming here every time you are away and we have been having incredible sex in your office.'

'You are dreaming!'

'I know the tattoo on her beautiful bottom.'

'So what is it?'

'I love sex'

'I've never seen that!'

'She's only had it a year and you have not slept with her during that time. And you can ask your wife about the message on my prick.'

'And what is that?'

'Will He'

Witt then gave his Boss a way out. He would never embarrass his boss about his wife's affair if he should keep his job. A further incentive was that the father of his bosses wife's forthcoming child would not claim paternity should he be made managing director.

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