Some things you just don't want to waste half a day doing. Like talking to the company's shrink about whether the PFY should be referred to the authorities or not... "Okay, so my name is Catherine, I'm just gathering some background on what occurred a couple of days ago and would like to ask you some questions about Stephen's …
Another stroke of genius
And besides, the PFY is completely right about them short people. Can't trust 'em...
BOFH is finally getting back to the funny standards of yesteryear - keep up the good work!
Hope the Director had sweaty hands
Now THAT's what being a BOFH is all about. I hope the batteries were fully charged!
Made my day.
Best one in a while...
Now where's the one that she get's stuck in the elevator for a few days... PReferably in a sub sub basement...
I haven't had a laugh out loud moment in this job for weeks.
LOL! (I'm getting funny looks now :P)
Scary stuff, how is the BOFH monitoring the PFY's fantasies? Scarier still, no mention of the team's gender...
Best read in Ages!
Well done Simon BOFH has been brilliant this year! :)
never trust anyone with a beard. Even the men.
Should of just done the usual BOFH and blackmailed the head tester with something, photo shop and the chief exec in an unexpected position...slipping BOFH, where do i send my CV as blackmail at work is my field (Works christmas party and a mobile with a camera love it!!!)?
Paris because she also likes analizing heads!!!
was it set to stir-fry or stun? All we can be sure is that the Director wouldn't have spotted or understood this important detail until he pulled the trigger.
Simon: you'll be hearing from my solicitors
I sprayed coffee all over my keyboard and monitor, you shagger!
There should be some kind of warning on this column - "Please ensure all comestibles are well finished before reading."
Am I the only one...
who thought this was a Freudian slip?
"Paris because she also likes analizing heads!!!"
Well said, sir.
"Now where's the one that she get's stuck in the elevator for a few days... PReferably in a sub sub basement..."
With the PFY.
Who knows she tried to get him fired.
The PFY's comeuppance...
And right next to the story-text a RegJobs ad titled "Principal SAP".
/I know there was more to it but that's how my eye caught it
How can you read this and keep a straight face? I'm still laughing.
In the details
Perfect. Can't stop cooing like a happy baby. Thank god I'm alone.
Oh, the bollard
Oh, the bollard
Oh, the bollard
>was it set to stir-fry or stun?
Do you think that question even needed to be asked...
Great ep, good work!!
You owe me a new keyboard this one's covered in coffee now...
@Lukin Brewer, Andrew Moore
Asked and answered:
"By permitting you to [b]stun[/b] him with his own insulation tester..."
I nearly fell of my chair laughing
It's the details that make it
" "The Swedish volleyball team are visiting a jelly factory just as a fire breaks out, and the sprinklers come on and one of the jelly crystal tanks bursts, just as one of the team members makes an unkind remark about one of the other members hair styles," I reply. "But apart from that..."
"No paranoia, delusions?" she asks, scribbling something down on a separate sheet of paper and writing my name at the top..."
Pure genius once again. It's high time the BOFH got his own TV or radio show.
No new keyboard for you!
Y'all should KNOW better than to eat of drink while reading the Bastard!
Swedish football team?
Not the brazilian women's football team then?
(Usual disclaimers, don't google at work...)
Does it get any better?
"The Swedish volleyball team are visiting a jelly factory just as a fire breaks out, and the sprinklers come on and one of the jelly crystal tanks bursts, just as one of the team members makes an unkind remark about one of the other members hair styles," I reply. "But apart from that..."
Best by far!
Brought alot more depth to the PFY, alot of points you can realt to... like the little people part. brilliant for cabling when its on the ground, not so great at replacing a switch at the top of a 42u though.
Warnings about coffee? Who needs 'em!
> There should be some kind of warning on this column - "Please ensure all comestibles are well finished before reading."
There is. It's abbreviated to "BOFH: " in front of the title.
thank you, thank you
"I was going to say 'a bonus' - but accident will do," I respond.
WELL DONE....as for:
"Paris because she also likes analizing heads!!!"...well way to slip that one in there!
Where do I get one of those "insulation testers"
Are they available at the Cash and Carrion section?
Does the switch have a lock for the "stun" position?
Has it been properly "modified"?
Every budding BOFH needs one of these!!
Re: Volleyball team
"Scarier still, no mention of the team's gender..."
Is volleyball played by anyone other than naked women???
Delusions and Paranoia
What, no librarians? I was sure there'd be some busty bloodsucking book-keepers, but alas not.
On to the real question... If a dwarf, tester-in-hand, were to self-test himself, would he resemble a garden gnome?
Ah the build-up.....
....and then the "killer" blow at the end!
Keep up the excellent work
I couldn't resist.
Swedish women's beach volleyball team for er.. research purposes:
In Australia, we didn't get the ad about the poor SAP, but this was there instead....
Extensive information on paranoia, and paranoid schizophrenia
Re: Volleyball team
>"Scarier still, no mention of the team's gender..."
>Is volleyball played by anyone other than naked women???
Wouldn't be much point to it otherwise, would there?
They have officaly opposed the legion that is... The Great Midget Rebellion.
Which, of course, will start... shortly.
Something's wrong here...
BOFH + PFY + cattle prod + van + an IT Director of the dwarfish persuasion...
And the short person survived?
So good that those last three lines weren't necessary.
By far the best BOFH i have read in ages!
Always a laugh!!
A work of genius, sir.
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