Anthony Bianco

I Love My Job – Funny Poster in Sydney Australia. Motivational Humor!

I Love My Job – Not!

Yes, we all have those crappy days where work isn’t cracked up to be where we say ‘I Love My Job!‘ – or one popular saying I have heard, which is ‘Work is Overrated!’ But if you are having a bad day at work, just remember, there is always someone else who is much worse off that you are and is working at a much crappier job than you! I’ve seen some shockers in the third world which makes you grateful that you were born in a first world country.

Even so, it can be very hard to stay somewhat focus when it’s nice and sunny outside, and you’re stuck inside the office or cubicle, or what I call ‘The Fluorescent Prison!’ Ahh, there’s nothing like the sprawling rat race!

Remember, if you managed to win the Rat Race, you’re still a rat..

But I came across a Funny Poster when I was on the way to Mao and More in Central Sydney, Australia which made me chuckle and made fun of the ‘Working Myself To Death’ notion. It’s one of the photos I captured as part of my Vivid Festival junket there.

Check it out!

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I am sure there of many of us out there reading this post where this picture really, really resonates with them! As an example, you may have come across the Workplace Personalities That Make You Want To Travel which drive you insane, or it’s just that you’re a bit over the whole working thing.

Oh well. I hope that viewing this picture helps bring a small smile to your face, or to ‘turn that frown upside down!’.

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6 Responses to I Love My Job – Funny Poster in Sydney Australia. Motivational Humor!

  1. Work is Overrated says:

    I felt this at work this week!

  2. Andy says:

    I think that a lot of people feel that way Workisoverated. Anthony, the third world vs. first world comparison is very true though. We must not ever forget how fortunate we are and that it could always be worse.

  3. I have the same thought. But frankly speaking, from a perspective of a Filipino working for self and the family, leaving all work for travel is also as good as suicide. We don’t have the same luxury of social services and health cards the Western World enjoys, hence we work–and even go overseas.

    On the other hand, overworking is really an overkill on itself. Hence, we go travel from time to time to make ourselves sane. Good thing though, Christmas, New Year, Holy Week, and multitude of fiestas in PH really gives us the reason to take a break and enjoy life.

    As of this writing, I’m working on my last work day of the year. One week break! Traveling! Hurrah! :D

    My thoughts. By the way, thanks for adding me up on G+! Nice reads too. :)

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