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Weekend dare!!

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by ELNIN0, Jun 11, 2010.

  1. ELNIN0

    ELNIN0 JF-Expert Member

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    Leo mapeeeeeema!

    Dear Boss,

    I wish to let you know that the FIFA World Cup is beginning today. This is not just any other tournament, it's the World Cup!Please note that this tournament takes place every four years and a month to finish, i.e. from 11th June to 11th July for this year.During this period take note of the following: I will be knocking off earlier than usual in order to watch the kick off of the first game. Do not be surprised if I report a little bit late every morning, it will depend on the time the last game finishes.

    Production will go up during this month as almost all employees will be happy and highly motivated (Check Maslow's Motivation Theories with Human Resource). I know you are into other boring sports like golf, cricket, bowling, etc. Please if you want to fit in the work environment for the next one month, try to know something about soccer, even asking a foolish question like "Is Tanzania (Taifa stars) playing tonight?" that is if you really want to fit in, or else no one will be a loner for one full month.

    Greeting each other in the morning will change from "Good morning" to "How was the game last night?" I will not accept to work overtime during this period as no amount of money can buy me to miss a game. Therefore make sure you don't give me any work after 16:30hours. I will need to be up-to-date with the latest; therefore the first 1hour every morning is for accessing sports websites and other updates on the internet and also chatting with friends on phone.

    Lastly, please do not think you can fire me should you decide to break any of the above rules as you will have to fire everyone.

    Thank you for your understanding.

    Yours faithfully,
    Soccer Crazy Employee

    Cc: Management
    Human Rights Consultative Council(HRCC)
    International Labour Organisation (ILO)
    United Nations Council for Human Rights
  2. MwanajamiiOne

    MwanajamiiOne Platinum Member

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    I was on 'laghter strike' today but you have ruined it, and please take note that I will not be able to strike for the whole month since I will be remebering this post of yours.

    I think am in love with soccer already even though I dont understand why all 22 (11 each team) players should struggle to catch the single ball.......
  3. daughter

    daughter JF-Expert Member

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    You have said it well siz,and as if the first chosen 22 are not enough,there is occassional changing of the players just to catch that single ball....