You said that matching safari suits would be a good idea. This is the last time I trust you to manage my sartorial well-being.
Check out my sartorial elegance. The rest of you don’t even get as much as a mention. Bunch a’ loosers. You want to look good, get yourself a decent suit – tailored, not your off-the-rack rubbish. And the tie is the clincher. Got that?
And a haircut. And a beard.
Over and out. Got cool stuff to do.
I should have seen it coming. The whole thing…it’s all come undone. So quickly, too. All that work. All those years. Hook, line and sinker…damn.
Let me tell you: I know a thing or two. These young guys with their computers and their MBAs, what do they know? Nothing. Well, maybe that’s not entirely true but the point is, you can’t match experience. It’s all about people. Who you know and how to deal with them. Soft skills, they call it. What’s soft about that? You can’t get what I’ve got from books you know.
In the drawing, this man looks a lot older than in real life. Mind you, he was pretty tired, so who’s to say?
Can’t believe I’m reading this. Just can’t…
There was a lot of whispering. He was very uptight, lots of leaning in and muttering. She was a bit distant. They settled down after a bit.