Wednesday, July 15, 2009

"Not My Job" :)



The best "Not My Job" award this year goes to that picture!!! lol

Not sure who clicked this. Got it through a forwarded mail. But it is a very funny yet serious snap that throws light to the attitude of a few who never go beyond their 'limits'. ;-)

12 comments:

darsden said...

dude that is hilarious...I am guessing that is somewhere in my home state of Mississippi, pretty lazy dots around here!

darsden said...

I also like your lil scroller under the picture about the 123456789 too cool!

-A said...

thats an AMAZING photo! LOL

Escapist said...

Funny pic !

The branch of the tree needed space,so the worker must be very pity kind of person BOSS !!!



Jolliees!!!!!

Kelly said...

Haha! It is funny...

Navita (Gupta) Hakim said...

funny indeed!

claude said...

Ah ! Ah ! Very funny !!!
Good worker !

Rajesh said...

This is the best example for how much we care for our duty

Vancouver, Canada said...

ha ha very funnyyyy nar! you are always best at displaying such rare findings ;)

Greener Bangalore said...

hehe.....no darsden ...not Mississippi... that might be sure somewhere here in India....lol ;)

Thanks A ;-)

dats a nice 'Escapist' thought ;)...

Ya Kelly, Claude, Sandy it was funny and so i shared....

Hi Navita....Thanks for the visit and comments....Keep Visiting.....

And yes Rajesh, jokes apart that is what the picture shows. The idiotic attitude of a few lazy goose!!!

Viji said...

How mindless ppl can get????

This one is quite funny, but makes you think!

Cheers, Viji

Strawberry Girl said...

Hmmm, this painter is so focused, couldn't let a little thing like a tree branch get in the way, gotta finish and all, get paid. ;D

I hate this attitude! We need more care and concern about doing a good job rather than half baked efforts. Never the less this is still a funny picture! Good One Nara! ;D

Indolence is a delightful but distressing state; we must be doing something to be happy. Action is no less necessary than thought to the instinctive tendencies of the human frame.