He is a…..saucy chap.
And American taxpayers will have to build you a HUGE factory with tax incentives so you will bring it back and charge us big time because it’s made in the USA
Actually saying “outsourcing” with a British accent would pretty much sound as “Outsaucing” hmm don’t you think?
I’ve wondered if Southwest Sauce is an outsauce.
The Brits were smart. Outsource it to a place where you ran the government.
“What’s this here sauce?”
a few years ago NBC had a comedy called outsourcing about an american who goes to india to handle a company that had outsourced to india. it was supposed to be a fish out of water comedy but who on earth thought a COMEDY about american jobs leaving was going to work well? I think it was pulled after only a few episodes.
That would explain the poorer quality of my favorite steak sauce.
It’s actually off-shoring. Outsaucing would be when you pay some other company to make it
give this joke an A1
They need to build the fish fermentation tanks next to a paper mill.
Oh, that hurt. I knew that was going to be a painful pun.
It was a high steaks risk.
Worcestershire is an excellent marinade for steak
The American version would be made by Lee & Perry, almost as good and twice the price.
When the Red Sox moved their AAA team from Rhode Island to central Massachusetts, I thought they should call them the Worcestershire Sox.
Oh god went pretty low for the joke, funny!
he must’ve been sauced when he came up with that one…
So how many of you are pronouncing it “Wooster,” “Wostersheer” or (shudder) “WorSHESTERshyre?”
I guess all the color in the first panel was instantly outsourced by the time of the second panel.
Now there is another country that can’t pronounce it correctly.