Ever faked it?
Sickness – not that other thing.
Faking that is a whole new ball game…
Have you ever faked sickness to get a day-off work?
Being an angel I have never done that (cross my heart and hope to die).
I read a great blog recently about skipping work due to ‘sickness’, by a WordPress friend that you can find on my Blogroll – thesinglecell). The blog was entitled ‘It Appears My Hypocrisy Knows No Bounds’. I had to read it. I loved it. Some of the best headings were:
- I stayed away from Facebook on Sunday.
- I walked slowly.
- I stuck to the script.
Okay. Serious bit (kind of). Disclaimer. I am NOT recommending that people ever call in sick. This post is not an advice page of any kind. I do not advocate doing it. Don’t blame me if you get caught. Don’t quote me if you get away with it. This post is just for fun. Fun. Fun. Possibly a few chuckles. I am representing nobody. Keep my work out of this. I represent my ‘naughty side’. Hahaha.
A very funny poster that you should check out and download – All about ‘faking sickness’.
I’m now looking online to read up more. I’m actually stunned at how much there is on faking sickness. Stunned!
wikiHow has a list. It’s a massive list. It’s humourous. Don’t take it too seriously. Check it out here.
Aha. My ‘Get-Out-Of-Jail-Free’ card. Time to show that I look at both sides. This next site is all about ‘catching’ the fakers.
How to spot if your child is faking sickness. Haha – got you!