• magetoo (cs)

    I guess it's not a proper fisht! when the story is a repost. But still!

  • Pete (unregistered)

    The sales staff arrived in the office at their normal time and were greeted with an unbearable smell

    What kind of ass punishes the low level staff for something the CEO did. Stink up the CEO's office next time, bub.

  • Da' Man (unregistered)

    The real WTF is that the fish was stinky, altough it was supposed to be fresh.

    I would have just sent it back to these fishmongers. Really. What kind of service attitude is that? And to one of theirs...

  • Sad Bug Killer (cs)

    Viagra ad? That's THE REAL WTF

  • Jim Arbor (unregistered)
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  • Mr Badger (unregistered)

    This bloke sounds like a total knob to me.

  • rudolf (unregistered) in reply to Mr Badger

    But whatever he does works, thats what matters isn't it?

  • ysth (unregistered)

    So who paid for the fish? If Roy, did he file a reimbursement request?

  • Not Roy (unregistered)

    Bullshit. Same as any religious text or Hollywood movie: all have moral and ethic messages, explained with fantastic lies. The Roy in this history does not exists.

  • Fish in my car (unregistered) in reply to Not Roy

    But if he did, I'd have slap his almighty ethical ass with a herring for stinking up my ride.

    Too bad it wasn't a shipment of trouts.

  • Fish in my car (unregistered) in reply to Fish in my car

    and yes, I'm aware of the other use of fish in that kind of position (something a bit more intrusive), but I'm trying to be family friendly here.

  • Fr (unregistered) in reply to Sad Bug Killer
    Sad Bug Killer:
    Viagra ad? That's THE REAL WTF

    My ad was for caviar.

  • Terlisimo (unregistered)

    this one smells like a dupe. I think I read this one on this very site. too lazy to look up :)

  • exarch (unregistered) in reply to Terlisimo
    Terlisimo:
    this one smells like a dupe. I think I read this one on this very site. too lazy to look up :)
    I'm willing to bet you read it here on 2005-11-22. And "looking up" was exactly what was needed to figure that out.
  • ParkinT (cs)

    This sounds like a FISH story to me.

    someone had to say it!

  • KenW (cs) in reply to Terlisimo
    Terlisimo:
    this one smells like a dupe. I think I read this one on this very site. too lazy to look up :)

    Yet another one who needs to get reading comprehension for Christmas.

    Was it the "Classic" in the title you missed, or the "Print or Fish" was originally published on 2005-11-22" in the first paragraph? How can either, much less both, of those be impossible for you to understand?

  • FredSaw (cs) in reply to Terlisimo
    Terlisimo:
    this one smells like a dupe. I think I read this one on this very site. too lazy to look up :)
    Nobody can slip one by you, huh.
  • Pecos Bill (cs)

    It's nice to read non-WTFs now and then. Reminds me that there are good people in the world....

  • thomascat (cs)

    Date reference incorrect - it was 2006 11 22

    http://thedailywtf.com/Articles/Print_or_Fish.aspx

    I dug up the original just to read the commments there.

  • The Cat (unregistered)

    president of a certain security company with a gold-on-brown logo

    Which company is that, can anybody figure out?

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