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Humour ~ Advantages of serving Alcohol at work

Updated on February 15, 2012


I sense my readers are raising an eyebrow, but why not serve alcohol at work?

Here are some benefits:

1) Communication will be Honest – Staff will say exactly what is on their mind with no reservations. This will include what they think about their boss, their colleagues and the Company.

2)Better Attendance– There will be no one pulling “sickies” (calling in sick) as staff will be willing to come to work. They know at some point in the day, there will be the an occasion for a drink.

3) More Pay Rises– As Bosses will be in a merry mood, they are more likely to give staff increased wages. Negotiations will be easier and faster. No hesitation on signing the dotted line.



4) Staff Look Better – When people have had a few drinks, every woman looks gorgeous and every man looks handsome. So staff will get on better with each other. Every one looks good, every one feels good.


5)Photocopying Backsides – Sitting on the Photocopier, taking photos of bums, will no longer be an offence. So, no verbal warnings or disciplinary action.


**Small Print

Beware this is a light hearted article…. should you get fired, I am not liable for any damages. ٩(•̮̮̃•̃)۶




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      Elena 5 years ago from London, UK


      Thanks... Aaawh, Nursing is a very hectic job and you have to be extra careful too. ((Well done)). I like the point you made. Some people CAN handle a drink and continue to work. E.g the odd time we have had birthday's at work, we have a glass of wine in the office at lunch time and carry on well with the rest of the day...... but some Can't handle it. Pilots definitely not. I look forward to seeing that movie - Flight. Take care...

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      Julie 5 years ago

      You make a formidable case for serving alcohol, at work, in this hub. As a nurse, I'm torn. While there are definitely days where I could use a drink while on the job, I'm not so confident that some of my colleagues would be able to hold their liquor the greatest--and, further negatively impact/do harm to a patient. And...having just watched the movie "Flight" (with Denzel Washington) with my husband, it may not be the greatest idea to serve alcohol to pilots either. Other than nurses and pilots, I say to make every other profession fair game! :)

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      Elena 5 years ago from London, UK

      @Rasta1 - I pray that day comes and you are CEO of your Company,

      Thank for stopping. :)

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      Marvin Parke 5 years ago from Jamaica

      If I ever own a company, I'll give it a try. Some points are logical.

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      Elena 6 years ago from London, UK


      Lol...thanks for sharing that funny comment.

      Good to see you again. Enjoy the weekend. :)

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      Donaisabella 6 years ago from Fort Myers

      Hahaha, too funny. I guess the customers would also be oversupplied, have their money back and prices reduced. Then....

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      Elena 6 years ago from London, UK

      @always exploring ~ Hi Ruby, that's a good one. Designated Driver. lol. Thanks for stopping. :)

      @TonytheWriter ~ Cheers Tony. Best Wishes.

      @MsDora ~ Hello MsDora. Always a pleasure to see you. Thanks for stopping.

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      Dora Weithers 6 years ago from The Caribbean

      Your hub is a success. I didn't laugh out loud, but I found it amusing! Thanks.

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      Tony the writer 6 years ago from Birmingham, England

      I like the idea very much, sounds great. :-)

      Voted up and funny.

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      Ruby Jean Fuller 6 years ago from Southern Illinois

      This was a fun article..You forgot to mention a designated driver.Hee..Cheers

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      Elena 6 years ago from London, UK

      @Royal Mark

      Cheers Chukwuka - I'm glad you enjoyed it. Hope your health is much better now. Best Wishes. :)

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      Royalmark 6 years ago from Lagos, Nigeria

      Haha! I had to abandon all I was doing to read this. Funny you and yes, I did raise more than an eyebrow, are you surprised?

      Nice, the Lady Highness.

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      Elena 6 years ago from London, UK

      @asmaiftikhar ~ Thanks. I am glad you enjoyed the laughs. I appreciate you stopping by.

      @whoknowsaguy ~ Lol. OK. I'm sure he'll buy one when there is cause for a celebration or the office xmas party. Thanks for stopping.

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      asmaiftikhar 6 years ago from Pakistan

      Interesting hub full of funny images and laughing material.