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"No wonder we could get tickets."
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'You're kidding... I've got a masters in philosophy too!'
'No, you can't drain the spaghettit in it!'
'Wow, and I thought my mum and dad piled on the middle-class pressure.'
'A High-pain job? Yes, I believe we have that.'
'An internship is pretty much the only way to get your foot in the door these days...'
"I'm here to do some sales prospectin'."
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'Congratulations, you got the job.'
'I hope you made the prospect say no three times before you gave up.'
'Times have changed. Now you need a degree just to end up living in your parents' basement.'
Lemonade: Ripe prospect for corporate buy-out, take over, or merger.
'So, you are $50,000 in debt with no prospects to repay. I'm afraid I see no alternative but to loan you another $50,000.'
'My long term plan is to grow with the company.'
Ladder of success"...Perhaps, you'd like our economy model."
'... And, don't worry about his future. I'm sure my Son will give him a job, when they grow up.'
'No, you can't drain the spaghetti in it!'
'We need to change our luck. Let's move our headquarters to Redmond, the home of Microsoft.'
'And after we are married, my dear, this will be your room.'
'If promotion prospects are so good, why are you still stuck in this crummy job?'
'You want to discuss your future...what future?'
STRIP Hambone: Advice giving computer
'He looks promising!'... 'So far he hasn't made any.'
"Well,I'm not sure that I do want you to marry my daughter.I mean..What are your prospects?"