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JOB AD­VER­TISE­MENT

Lin­gerie Pat­tern­maker (Specif­i­cally bras). Ap­pli­cants are re­quired for the po­si­tion of Lin­gerie Pat­tern­maker. The suit­able ap­pli­cant needs to be hard­work­ing, re­spon­si­ble and thor­ough with great at­ten­tion to de­tail.

The abil­ity to work un­der pres­sure and as part of a team is very im­por­tant. Good com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills re­quired. The suc­cess­ful can­di­date will be re­spon­si­ble for the pat­tern­mak­ing, fit­ting and all re­lated ad­min for ladies lin­gerie. Ap­pli­cant’s re­sponse: I want this job! I can fit a bra, will pay close at­ten­tion to de­tail and com­mu­ni­cate well (chat up the model). The only prob­lem might be with the part call­ing for re­spon­si­bil­ity.

PROOF OF WHAT

can hap­pen if a wife drags her hus­band along to go shop­ping: Dear Mrs Murray,

Our store is con­sid­er­ing ban­ning your fam- ily from ever shop­ping with us – un­less your hus­band stops his an­tics. Be­low is a list of his of­fences over the past few months, all ver­i­fied by our sur­veil­lance cam­eras. Memo –

Re: Com­plaints Things Mr Wayne Murray has done while his spouse is shop­ping: 4 Au­gust:

Went to the Ser­vice Desk and asked to put a packet of M&Ms on lay-by. 15 Septem­ber:

Set up a tent in the camp­ing de­part­ment and told shop­pers he’d in­vite them in if they’d bring pil­lows from the bed­ding de­part­ment. 23 Septem­ber:

When a clerk asked if she could help him, he be­gan to cry and asked: “Why can’t you peo­ple just leave me alone?” 10 Novem­ber:

While han­dling guns in the hunt­ing de­part­ment asked the clerk if he knew where the an­tide­pres­sants were. 18 De­cem­ber:

Hid in a cloth­ing rack and when peo­ple browsed through yelled: “PICK ME! PICK ME!” 21 De­cem­ber:

When an an­nounce­ment came over the loud­speaker he as­sumed the foetal po­si­tion and screamed “NO! NO! It’s

¤ those voices again!”

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