Saturday, September 8, 2012

Safety does it

Riddled enterprises is a modern, can do, person friendly workplace and we don't want to have to be filling out forms all the bleedin' time valuable staff members getting hurt. To this end we have engaged the services B.L.Zebub Safety Services Ltd.

Some of tools that Bill, the safety officer, uses are quite specialised and not really in everyday use in the Old Entomologist office. I wasn't aware of the dangers of scything in the copier room but it turned Mrs. Miggins into a baboon for 45 minutes. She said it felt quite "invigorating".
Evangeline van Holsteren and the other barstaff at the Old Entomologist did not take so kindly to being turned into cranes and expressed their displeasure to Greenish Hugh.
 I found being a cat an unusual experience but feel that the benefits of being able to lick various parts of one's body were outweighed by having to eat raw mice.
Smut was pleased with his new ears but got sick of fish.
Eventually the staff lost interest in safety and Bill got some Christmas Ale on him and he  went all bubbling and shouty and left.

6 comments:

M. Bouffant said...

I bet Smut was pleased w/ his new boobies, too.

Another Kiwi said...

There was unwelcome attention from rough sailor types that put him off.

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

Evangeline van Holsteren and the other barstaff at the Old Entomologist did not take so kindly to being turned into cranes and expressed their displeasure to Greenish Hugh.

Those kung fu lessons really paid off.

Smut Clyde said...

Did not even notice the new boobies until it was too late. Too busy working on a Helping Fish post.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

And you have a shiny new logo...with orbs!
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mikey said...

There are those...who call me...TEM!

Y'know, when I was a youngster we had a cat that swallowed about twelve feet of shiny blue ribbon. I, of course, being the designated "boy" (who makes these decisions, anyway?) was ordered to "deal with it", so I wedged the cat in a corner and began pulling out the ribbon. What I got was a sort of a cat core-sample, with saliva, fresh food, digested food and poop all overlaid on a long, shiny blue ribbon. Which I put in a baggie and used in December on my sister's birthday present. It had...ripened satisfactorily by then...