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"Deal with it Your Majesty- Comedy is king!"
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Atilla the Hun's Business School
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Proctor & Gamble acquires Gillette.
'Problems, sir! Fillmond is attempting a hostile takeover of Martin's cubicle.'
"They've agreed to the merger, the sticking point is who is swallowing who?"
'Yeah, that used to be my place - my sister bought me out.'
"Well gentlemen, today we're going to swallow up this other company. Does everybody have salt and vinegar, white bread, wine and a set of cutlery?"
"Wow...That was one hell of an unfriendly takeover!"
'How are you at takeovers?'
'You must be Parsloe. There's been an unfriendly takeover while you were out.'
'You're in great shape! You've got years of hostile take-overs ahead of you.'
'Not guilty of bank robbery! Since a hostile takeover of a banks cash isn't against the law, you're free to go!'
'Yes, it's cream beef on toast. The school district has taken over the catering trucks.'
'You can't be CEO, I am!'
Worldwide Global International Bank: 'Hey, man, it's Bank of America! They want to merge with us!'
'This one is for the take-over battle with Erkin, Whalley and Tweedler...'
"Remove restrictions on management buy outs, and where are you?"
"This is a hostile take-over!"
'Gentlemen, I'm pleased to report that the recent 'hostile take-over bid' was unsuccessful.'
"So many acquisitions lately ... should we be worried?"
"What's wrong with swallowing up other companies?"