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Lazarus and the Gimp
28-07-2007, 07:56:30
I spent last night on a corporate hospitality event with a free bar all night. Got pole-axed, and don't know which way to fart this morning.

I have hazy recollections of getting hold of some sellotape and contructing an impressively large pagan totem out of wine glasses, bread rolls, table decorations and assorted other bits and pieces. It was about six feet tall by the time we got thrown out. I think people started worshipping it at one point.

Oerdin
28-07-2007, 08:20:12
It's fun to pole axe people.

Resource Consumer
28-07-2007, 10:36:27
Corporate hospitality is good, definitionally cheap and, unfortuntely, puts a limit on your career if you enjoy it too much

Oerdin
28-07-2007, 15:30:34
I got pretty snockered last night too though no one was kicked out and no pagan totem polls were constructed.

Lazarus and the Gimp
28-07-2007, 15:37:51
My boss was far more wankered than I was. And his boss was doing things he shouldn't have been doing in the knickers of a regional sales executive.

In such a climate, you get carte blanche to get away with a lot.

Drekkus
30-07-2007, 11:17:35
This sounds like an episode of The Office

Lazarus and the Gimp
10-08-2007, 18:58:01
Me on the night, before it all went a bit weird.

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y101/LazGimp/blacktiejpg.jpg

Venom
10-08-2007, 19:41:52
TWAT ALERT!

Lancer
10-08-2007, 20:17:00
I never want to look like that which is the main reason I choose cremation.

Lazarus and the Gimp
10-08-2007, 20:46:10
Are you suggesting I look like a decomposing corpse?

Lancer
11-08-2007, 01:34:33
Not at all, I'm suggesting that a corpse looks like you. :)

Lancer
11-08-2007, 01:38:29
When my father died my stepmother kept the dough but sent me his suits. Having no idea what to do with such things I put them away until I need them when they bury me. I got tired of having them around so I decided to be cremated, and tossed them.

Now you know everything.

self biased
11-08-2007, 12:39:06
Originally posted by Lazarus and the Gimp
Me on the night, before it all went a bit weird.



i honestly wouldn't have expected you to look so... respectable. is that how you do it? you lull them into a false sense of security?

mr_G
11-08-2007, 12:56:31
Originally posted by Lazarus and the Gimp
Me on the night, before it all went a bit weird.

http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y101/LazGimp/blacktiejpg.jpg yo look laaik a VIP laz

Greg W
11-08-2007, 13:49:25
I thought he looked like a waiter. :D

mr_G
11-08-2007, 14:02:46
in the pic he is waiting so you're right for once

TCO
11-08-2007, 16:38:26
You look good. But how about stepping aside and letting us see the girl?

Vincent
11-08-2007, 16:46:14
you look like james bond with mumu on his chin

Lazarus and the Gimp
11-08-2007, 18:56:59
Originally posted by self biased
i honestly wouldn't have expected you to look so... respectable. is that how you do it? you lull them into a false sense of security?

The long hair and ear piercings don't show up in that shot.

alsieboo
12-08-2007, 20:14:54
Your work do's are so much more fun than ours. Although we had a rodeo bull last time. It won me a bottle of martini.

Lazarus and the Gimp
12-08-2007, 20:22:23
Strong thighs, eh?

MDA
12-08-2007, 20:28:55
screw the laz pic, I want a picture of the totem!

Asher
12-08-2007, 21:59:42
Originally posted by alsieboo
Your work do's are so much more fun than ours. Although we had a rodeo bull last time. It won me a bottle of martini.

My company's flying everyone out to Vegas for a weekend in early December. :bounce:

"All expenses paid" -- by which they mean flight and hotel for you+1, and one dinner party at one of the fancy schmancy hotels/gambliing establishments.

I'll let you know how it goes. :gasmaske:

alsieboo
14-08-2007, 15:13:38
I knew I was in the wrong business.