Well, remember that shed I demolished and said I was getting a new one? Well the shed company disappointed me and called to delay delivery by two weeks so now I have an empty spot in the yard and stacks of lumber I can’t move until they finally deliver the new shed, so naturally I’m thinking about work and deadlines:
I love deadlines – especially the whooshing noise they make as they fly past.
College students and the government share one thing when it comes to deadlines: both wait till the last minute and then get an extension.
I got a book on deadlines. I was supposed to finish it last week.
Did you hear the chef missed the deadline? He said he ran out of thyme.
I was out with a group of enthusiastic weavers having a great time, but they all had to leave early to meet a looming deadline.
Doctor said I had three months to live, I said that I’ve never meet a deadline in my life.
If it was worth doing, it would have been done by now.
I believe that tomorrow holds possibilities for new technologies and discoveries that will make all my current projects obsolete.
If at first you don’t succeed – well there’s always next year.
Remember that the probability of a miracle, although very small, is not zero.
A good excuse is as good as a finished job.
Team work is always important – it helps to have someone else to blame.
The best way to ruin a Friday is to remember that it’s Tuesday.
If at first you don’t succeed – redefine success.
I was working on some deadline jokes, but I ran out of time before I had to post this.