If they break a contract with a mirror worker, is it 7 years of bad luck?…..
He can’t see himself doing that job anymore.
I was once turned down for a job in a gun shop. They said they wanted a person of a little higher caliber.
I had a friend who used to work at the local Port-a-Potty Co. But he was laid off. It seems that one afternoon his boss gave him a “Dear John” letter.
Like a breakup: It wasn’t a reflection on you, it was a reflection on them.
The mirror never lies.
I could see myself working with mirrors.
That was the last thing they said to the Count.
And a friend of mine got fired from the calendar printers. All he did was take a day off.
I had to quit my job at the muffler shop. I was exhausted all the time.
“This operation is hereby eliminating our budget for mirrors. We will go forward relying on smoke alone.”
What’s worse, there was no reflection for the customers either.
So many funny comments! Thanks for the laughs.
No reflection? Vampire.
Someone must have been on the wrong side of the Laffer Curve.
I was told I didn’t get the job at the oil refinery because I was too crude.
If they were to rehire you, that would be a mirrorcle.
it must’ve mirrored his performance…