Do your job
Ok? But the order was for cubes. John is just stupid.
@Im Innocent, you ordered a cat but I put it in the mail and it died, but it got there quicker so I'm smart
@Im Innocent, I was gonna say I see no intelligence here. Just standard online shipping screw ups.
@Michael Fassbender, just leave the cat in the box. Then it's both alive and dead! It's like you have 2 cats!
@Im Innocent, of course, what's not to understand?
@Captain Mal, I...don't think that's how it works. Isn't it that the cat is in both states? Well you did say like.
Don't work hard- jerk off before work
And how hard did he have to work to sand down the cube into a sphere?
Yeah. It would have been 100% easier to use the anti gravity machine from the anunaki.
He could have cut it into a wheel instead and save so much time
@Ranchette, cylinder is what I was thinking but close enough.
I'm just going to be the one to say that... this story doesn't make sense.
Is John only in charge of transporting 2 cubes (spheres)?
It sounds like the client got all 998 cubes on time, so why did John cut 2 into spheres...?
Is John the genius or the dumbsh-t of this story?
I don't get it. And I want someone who is pretending they get it to explain it to me.
@Ariel7z, john thought they would need two giant testicles in the pyramid.
@Ariel7z, the quote is part of the picture, showing that life is easier if you think your way through a problem rather than coming at it head-on. The conversation was added afterwards for laughs but also shows that shortcuts can be self-destructive.
@tiburon, ok, I can accept that. But yeah, I'm still seeking the funny.
Start with a very large fine. Then make the sphere then turn it back into the appropriate size cube. Or use cylinders like logs to roll the cubes on top of them to the destination.