How about I drop you a line?
Might be late BUT I’ll be there! BTW you’ll have to do bedpan duties!
I can phone it in, right?
OK, you can work from home.
I had a boss like that. Wouldn’t let me take off when my boy was sick so I brought him to work with me. He got so mad! Well, he wouldn’t let me off!
I had a boss that always used to say: " If you call in, too sick to work, you’d better be dead or dying!"
Sadly, he meant it.
“No, I’ll be there. Might have to lie down a bit, though.”
I can sometimes get more work done from my computer at home than I can from my computer at work.
MUMmys the word
Your work is piling up, you haven’t done today’s work yet.
I can imagine what the rumour mongers will say: “Did you hear about Bill? Apparently he got so plastered, he couldn’t make it into work today!”
You’ll have to use your vacation time for this….
Thank you for your concern.
Nurse: please get my phone…and dial it…and hold it up to my face…
Reminds me of a place I once worked.
I think there needs to be a space between the words “in” and “to”. Otherwise the caption doesn’t make sense. I Know…Picky, picky, picky!!! Proof reading does help though.
I never heard of a Postal Supervisor visiting an employee in the hospital.
David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart