Luann by Greg Evans

Luann

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  1. Fat Tony Balducci

    Fat Tony Balducci said, about 3 years ago

    YES!! return to leather lungin’ it as fast as humanly possible!!

  2. mojitobaby

    mojitobaby said, about 3 years ago

    Please tell me she won’t insist on his singing the company song…

  3. ZacBSM

    ZacBSM said, about 3 years ago

    Pfft. You are not loyal to WW – just trying to keep your job. Told you not to get snared into her black widow web. She is twisting your arm to pledge loyalty to her for a personal reason that is not work-related. QUIT! Get away when you can! She is not worth it.

  4. Wiselad

    Wiselad said, about 3 years ago

    wellllllllllllllll……………… at “least” Brad said he was with WW, not “with Ann Eiffel”

  5. Chas60

    Chas60 said, about 3 years ago

    Of course he’s returning to the fire department. Do you really
    believe there’s a future, as a hot dog jockey!!

  6. SusanSunshine

    SusanSunshine GoComics PRO Member said, about 3 years ago

    Right — loyal to a fast food job.

    LOL.


    A good Wienie World manager would never expect an employee to pass up re-entry into an actual profession.

    Then again, we know this manager isn’t “good”.


    Shift managers at fast food outlets draw about $15,000 a year, $20,000 if they’re bumped up to assistant manager.


    That’s half what Brad would get if his fireman position opened up again.


    All that’s expected in fast food jobs is hard work and a bit of devotion to the job while you have it


    Only the self-important Ann Eiffel would try to make you promise to marry it.

  7. mojitobaby

    mojitobaby said, about 3 years ago

    @SusanSunshine

    So right, most good bosses would expect you to demonstrate your dedication to the job by showing up on time, showing a willing attitude and looking to do just a bit more than required, and not to show a personal interest in their advancement or interests. Pffft, what’s next, a loyalty oath to the Fuhrer?

  8. tigre1

    tigre1 said, about 3 years ago

    Heil.All of corporate iss a totalitarian, anti-democratic nightmare to depend on for employment and loyalty.
    Doesn’t anybody remember what it was like? Yeah, you got paid.
    Doesn’t matter where you work: once you figure it out, it’s ALL Weenie World.

  9. Sisyphos

    Sisyphos said, about 3 years ago

    Considering Ann’s attitude toward Brad up to now, I’d expect him to be suspicious when she suddenly offers a promotion and pay raise in return for loyalty to her (first) and WeenieWorld (second). Be very careful, Brad! IT’S A TRAP!

  10. Miles Hoffmann

    Miles Hoffmann GoComics PRO Member said, about 3 years ago

    “..to me…and WW.” Boy, that was a trap coming.

    She wants to “buy” his soul by selling him a raise for his ’loyalty"..

    “Dang! I used to work with a small company who thought like her … “loyalty” was the big word, but one big difference: they paid like crap ..as did WW.

    “Dang”, even Henry Ford did the same as she wants to do: paid his employees a lot more that the UAW workers for the other car makers…just to “buy” their loyalty…yet he had his droogs hiding in the background to keep the employees in line in case their ‘loyalty’ was waining in the sunset.

  11. mojitobaby

    mojitobaby said, about 3 years ago

    @Sisyphos

    HA – I’d expect every WW employee who had seniority – which would be all of them since Brad’s been there about 5 minutes – to be calling corporate to complain of abuses. Especially since they haven’t been asked to swear allegiance to Ann. Loose ends, baby!

  12. SWoody44

    SWoody44 said, about 3 years ago

    Is there a fire in Weenie World’s future? (At least the weenies wouldn’t be sent out raw.)

  13. Ottodesu

    Ottodesu said, about 3 years ago

    @SusanSunshine

    Hi Susansunshine!

    I am just impressed that Brad thought fast on his feet … or butt … and recognised who butters his bread, as it were.

    Anne certainly is cunning. Her choice of words would be to align his loyalty with her personally ahead of the company. There is NO good reason for this!

    A classic ploy by an abusive personality that could compromise Brad’s standing by being part of a putsch by Anne at some future stage.
    Brad’s naivety seems to be progressively educated out of him by the other strong women in his life, Mother Nancy and Toni.

    Very clever dialogue, Greg!

  14. draksig

    draksig said, about 3 years ago

    Sounds like me first Boss who told me I had to make a choice between working for him at minimum wage (no raises… EVER) or going to collage. Easiest decision I ever made.

  15. draksig

    draksig said, about 3 years ago

    On the other hand, my second boss (delivering Pizza) told us he would be very disappointed in us if we stayed with delivering pizza long term.

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