Wednesday, 8 July 2009

Jay Johnson, Spokesperson for Gold and Precious Metals Company Goldline International, Inc.

Something's gone wrong. There's been a breach in protocol. This one slipped through the net. He's SMILING. He looks like he's genuinely enjoying himself and is happy to be there. He hasn't had his enthusiasm smashed out of him via 45 years of misery in the corporate environment.


We can't have people going through their whole lives in a carefree happy manner to enjoy a lengthy and fruitful retirement. It's making a mockery of the system.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

That, or he's siphoned off a load of gold and is grinning about his retirement options...

Sponge Finge said...

The reason you're not allowed to smile in pictures like this is that the viewer may assume something's going on out of shot.

worm said...

noel edmonds looks weird without his beard

AK said...

He's happy because he's two days from retirement and has a new Yacht anchored in Monaco and a wife who tolerates his use of prostitues.

Anonymous said...

Only the bottom half of his face is happy, not the upper half... His eyes say "Will you take that picture already? My whole face is aching from all that smiling thing".

I think he's faking.

worm said...

his eyes say that he would hunt you down and rip your skull and spine from your body and carry it aloft like a bleeding meat trophy if you ever even THOUGHT about stealing one of his jammie dodgers from the plate of biscuits left over from this morning's meeting in the smaller conference room

Anonymous said...

"I'hm gohoing to eaheat your buhuttocks!"

David said...

The whitest man I've ever seen.

Anonymous said...

He looks more pink than white to me... needs another 10 mins in the oven.

Anonymous said...

This guy's a little richer than you might think - he was a democratic congressman and also director of the US Mint - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jay_W._Johnson - Definitely minted then.

Anonymous said...

The secret to the unusual smile and strange flesh colour is that this isn't a real person. It's a waxwork. Just don't leave it under the lights too long.

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