It’s Brewster’s attention to detail which impresses me most.
My question is: des getting paid for something always mean it’s worth doing?
And do it rihgt the frist time.
According to Google, RIHGT is a part for a Subaru. I’m still contemplating the holistic meaning of that.
I guess this job isn’t worth doing.
I once (briefly) worked for a manager who would have insisted that “rihgt” was the alternate spelling.
So … if a job is worth doing … if it’s important enough … it doesn’t have to be perfect … it just needs to be done.
What aer all thees red lins doinn heer?
Any job worth DOING! is worth… DOING! DOING! DOING! DOING!
Note that the colorist only did a few of the people in the audience. Do it rihgt, ya lazy bum!
DYSLEXICS HAVE MORE FNU
Taht’s what I keep syaing!
Wrote a fanfiction story, Nothing Can Go Worng and had reviewers telling me I’d misspelled wrong. If they’re reading this they don’t understand the joke.
Hang in there, tomorrow is Friday.
As it was written over at IBM: THIMK
Clearly it wasn’t worth creating a silly motivational poster …
Any job not worth doing isn’t worth doing right.
Prooffreading at it’s best.
See also today’s Bizzaro: https://www.comicskingdom.com/bizarro/2021-06-10
So what does that say about his job?
Any job worth doing is
is worth doing right.
(You won’t catch me, auto-correct!)
Give Brewster a break, he spelled 7 of the 8 words rigth.
I’m reminded of this Golden Oldie:
“Remember, any job that is well done need not be done again.”
“Oh, yeah? What about cutting the grass?”
Good enough for government work.
“…and some jobs just aren’t worth doing.”
Holly: If a job is worth doing, it’s worth doing well. If it isn’t worth doing, give it to Rimmer!