Sorry I have to hurry up today. I overslept. I woke up at 6am instead of 5...And my boss is expecting a report from me this morning...Ayayayayay...Then again he is usually receiving 7 to 8 reports a day from me. By the time he has read all the others I will have finished this one, hahaha...Ooooops, careful he is receiving my morning mail too. Baaaah, he never has time to read it anyway...Unless he thinks this is the report, when it hits his inbox this morning. God, I think I'm in trouble.
Sorry no joke today, no time....
Ooohhhhh what the heck, here is one.
This an old "true" story ( or a hoax ). I am actually investigating the truthfulness of this story. Anyway, I find it very funny:
Sydney Morning Herald, Monday, June 15th 1999:
"An employee for Ansett Australia, who happened to have the last name of GAY, got on a plane recently using one of his company's "Free Flight" programs. However, when Mr. Gay tried to take his seat, he found it being occupied by a paying passenger. So, not to make a fuss, he simply chose another seat. Unknown to Mr. Gay, another Ansett Australia flight at the airport experienced mechanical problems. The passengers of this other flight were being rerouted to various airplanes. A few were put on Mr. Gay's flight and anyone who was holding a "free" ticket was being "bumped". Ansett officials, armed with a list of these "freebee" ticket holders boarded the plane to remove the free ticket holders. Of course, our Mr. Gay was not sitting in his assigned seat as you may remember. So when the ticket agent approached the seat where Mr. Gay was supposed to be sitting, she asked a startled customer, "Are you Gay?" The man, shyly nodded that he was, at which point she demanded, "Then you have to get off the plane." Mr. Gay, overhearing what the ticket agent had said, tried to clear up the situation, "You've got the wrong man. I'm Gay!" This caused an angry third passenger to yell, "Hell, I'm gay, too! They can't kick us all off!" Confusion reined as more and more passengers began yelling that Ansett Australia had no right to remove gays from their flights. Ansett refused to comment on the incident."