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Top 10 Reasons Why a Leprechaun is Better Than Your Boss
By Mike Mankiewicz
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In the whimsical world of corporate chaos, where incompetence reigns supreme and micromanagement is the name of the game, one might find solace in the idea of a tiny, mischievous Leprechaun taking the helm.
So sure and begorrah let’s give it a go!
Annual bonuses would come in the form of magically multiplying gold coins.
No more office politics with a wave of the Leprechaun’s magical hand that will disappear and be replaced with Lord of the Dance lessons.
Leprechauns are experts at avoiding responsibility, which means they are exactly like your boss (skip this one).
If a leprechaun catches you taking a break, they’re more likely to offer you a pint of Guinness than scold you for not being productive.
The office printer will always be filled with rainbow ink.
Instead of quarterly reports, we’d receive treasure maps with X marking the spots of our goals.
Monday morning meetings are followed immediately by an hour of Fun and Frolic!
Leprechauns have always been expert shoemakers. I think I see some Air Jordan 1 Retro High Tops in my Christmas bonus.
There will be no more strict dress code from HR! Prepare for the Leprechaun Dress Code. You can look like a neon shamrock if you want.
Sick days? Don’t worry. Your Leprechaun Boss has a magically delicious remedy (yes, I had to go there).
Leprechauns have a magical ability to disappear whenever there’s a difficult task at hand. Wait a minute; that’s another way that they’re exactly the same as your boss (skip this one, too).
With a mischievous and lucky Leprechaun in charge, there would be fun and harmony in the workplace. Everyone would have an equal chance to succeed. After all, when the end goal is to find the elusive pot of gold, there’s no room for playing favorites.
While the idea of a leprechaun running your workplace may seem like a far-fetched fantasy, perhaps it’s time to reconsider. In a world where corporate culture often feels soul-crushing and mundane, a little bit of magic might be just what the doctor ordered.
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Mike Mankiewicz
Mike Mankiewicz
Mike Mankiewicz shares his funny outlook on Fridays. Mike worked in the radio for 35 years which is why he is such a smart alec. He loves to make fun of everything including himself. He will write about PC gaming, easy recipes, why free movies kick booty, why people act so goofy sometimes, and always remember laughter is good for the soul!
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