Rather Than Work

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AuthorHouse, 2009 - Fiction - 108 pages
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Most people could think of a thousand things they would rather be doing than being at work, or going to work the next day. The authors have put together a group of seventy-five examples of extreme, somewhat offensive, politically incorrect, and yet accurate things that one can do rather than go to their place of employment. Here is but a sample of those work-alternative suggestions:

* I would rather guess the first show's weights of The Biggest Loser contestants by having them stand barefoot on my face than go to work tomorrow. * I would rather be strung up like a piņata and smashed with baseball bats by angry children than go to work tomorrow. * I would rather pick up dog feces with my teeth than go to work tomorrow. * I would rather steal Marty McFly's DeLorean, go back to 1985, and get repeatedly punched in the face by a 19 year old, brass knuckled Mike Tyson than go to work tomorrow. * I would rather travel to Maine, jump on a fishing boat, and receive a circumcision by a 13 lb lobster than go to work tomorrow.

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About the author (2009)

Tim Slaven and Geoff Yeagley both grew up in Rhode Island, where they attended college, bar activities, and employment, all at the same places, during the same time period. However, it wasn't until both relocated to a small town in Florida and began employment at one of the most rewarding, yet stressful jobs ever created, that they met for the first time.

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