Twist of Fate

If I were this lady, I would’ve never married into this name. Maybe it’s her maiden name, and she just had cruel parents.

There are so many deliciously awkward workplace sentences to use her name in, I won’t even bother listing them.

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3 Responses to Twist of Fate

  1. John says:

    I love it! Here’s a few:

    – “I haven’t done my TPS report yet because I was busy in a meeting with Gaye Males.”

    – “Our accounting scandal centered around misconduct and bad business practice by Gaye Males.”

    – “Gaye Males will be in charge of redecorating and color choices for our new satellite office.”

    – “I just spoke with Gay Males by the coffee machine about the sexual inadequacies of modern men.”

    – “Sorry, I’ll be on a conference call with Gaye Males at the time, and then have a 3 o’clock with a Butch Dyke from ACME company. Busy, Busy, Busy!”

    – “The union talks were mediated by Gaye Males.”

    – “I’ve been invited to a private boat party with Gaye Males today.”

    … and finally …

    – “On the topic of interoffice relationships… I’ve done some pretty nasty and perverted things I regret with Gaye Males.”

  2. Mithras says:

    They delinked her name.

  3. Aaron W. Benson says:


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