Archive for March, 2012

Source: A Forwarded email

On a fine evening, Chuck and Teddy were seated on a small rock beside a tree and gazing at the sunset. Teddy had that look of a man who has accomplished a lot in his life, Chuck cannot help but notice this.
Chuck blurts out his curiosity and asks : ‘ Hey boss, You have everything in ur life in such a short time…How did u do it ?’
Teddy, in a seemingly superior mode, relaxes a bit. And says nonchalantly : ‘its very simple, Chuck…very simple’
Teddy, turned back towards the sunset and began thinking how exactly did it all began…….

Few years ago,

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Friends, please take appropriate precautions. Read the symptoms given below. Act immediately if you find any of these, as this virus can be cured if detected early.

Symptoms of Swine Flu

As swine flu spreads fast throughout the country, it is important to know the symptoms of the disease so you can recognize it in yourself and others at an early stage.
Usually symptoms of swine flu have generally proved mild. However a small number of patients may develop more serious illness.Many of these people have other underlying health conditions, such as heart or lung disease, that put them at increased risk.Typical symptoms are:

· A sudden fever – 100 degrees F or above
· A sudden cough

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Maang bharne ki saza kuch iss kadar paa raha hu,
Ki mang pori karte karte ab mang mang k kha raha hu…

Source
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/news-by-industry/jobs/five-ways-to-deal-with-a-poor-appraisal/articleshow/12283655.cms


Bad appraisals, like bad hair days, happen to the best of us. Quitting is not a solution. Rather, take a good look at your performance and concentrate on the course ahead.

  • Look Within: The first step in dealing with a bad appraisal is to keep an honest mindset and introspect about your performance. “First ask yourself the question: ‘What is wrong with me?’. Once you attack that, other things usually fall into place,” says Dabur India HR head A Sudhakar.

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Source : www.timesofindia.com  

Friends, colleagues and bosses to-be – all meet on the Internet. What kind of a self-portrait are you painting out there?

Sharing your thoughts and experiences with your friends on social networking sites has become a customary way of communication. But not all the personal two-pence you put out on the webscape is safe with employers now keeping an eye on your online antics. In an age where blogs, micro-blogs and social networking sites are blurring the line between private and professional lives, you could do well to wise up and work on your manners to ‘block’ yourself from risking your job.

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Source: A forward email..

My best friend Guru was going to break the glass and jump out of the Cafe Coffee Day building. I almost let him do it.

Why because I will also do the same. You also want to do the same thing I know.

Then what man? Whenever and wherever you go, people are asking only one thing. When you are getting married, when you are getting married. Arey! Getting married is the sole purpose of having born in this planet, is it? And if we tell the age means, the reaction is even stupid. ‘Oh you are so old and you are not married yet? Why? Any problem you have?’ like that you are asking. You are reacting as if he is having some terminal illness like cancer or AIDS. Any problem YOU have? I want to ask.

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Source: A forwarded email (I am not the author of below article) 😀

grrrrrrgrrrrrrr.. grrrrrrgrrrrrr

“Hello,
plss.. talk to me… y u r not picking the call?????”

“everything is alright?”

“wat alright.. noting is alright.. see the time.. its 11PM..n m cmng now frm office..no food for me.. now i will cook… frm past 3 days..m eating only maggie… n my pm eating only me..see the price hikes, everything is 2/- more frm yesterday.. except my
salary…i think the begger in frnt of my office.. earns more thn me.. wat i shud do…”

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Source: Forwarded email, not sure if it is true!

Qantas is an airline company based in Australia.

After every flight, Qantas pilots fill out a form called a problem sheet, which conveys to the mechanics, problems encountered with the aircraft during the flight that need repair or correction. The engineers read and correct the problem, and then respond in writing on the lower half of the form what remedial action was taken, and the pilot reviews the sheets before the next flight.

Of course, the ground crew and engineers have a sense of humor too.

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“DECIDE”
> Hansa : Praful “Decide” matlab ?
> Praful : “Decide” Hansaaaa-a … vo Casettee player mein hum casettee
> nahi dalte usme hota hai na …. “A side” — “B side” …. to
> “C-side” … “D- side”
> —> “Decide”

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Source: Forwarded
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In an Office :
TOILET OUT OF ORDER… PLEASE USE FLOOR BELOW

In a Laundromat:
AUTOMATIC WASHING MACHINES: PLEASE REMOVE ALL YOUR CLOTHES WHEN THE LIGHT GOES OUT

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