- Fantasy Expenses Claims
On a normal day, I have to go home to walk the dog at lunchtimes. I will therefore be claiming for a Bowler Nemesis to allow me to get to and from home in a shorter time.
Further efficiencies will be obtained by going cross country (as the crow flies), saving both time and fuel compared to the tortuous roundabout at the end of the road.Posted 8 years agomastiles_fanylionMember
The stuffed hedgehog cuff-link holder is either a) the work of unparalleled genius, or b) an unpleasant insight into a truly disturbed mind…I honestly can’t decide
Seconded. Truly inspired and I fear that any suggestion I bring to the table could not outdo such brilliance so I shall just sit here, with my feet dipped in the water of its supremacy.Posted 8 years ago
To do my job properly, it is essential that someone else should pay for the following items for me:
Heart-shaped 4-poster waterbed:
Taxidermy hedgehog cufflink holder:
A bidet in the art deco style:
and a new hutch, for my ceremonial otter:
What are you claiming for?? 🙂Posted 8 years agoBigButSlimmerBlokeMember
my moat needs cleaning
..and i could do with a new castle to put it round
also, the garden round the helipad needs sprucing up a bit, and the helipad will look better once there’s a new helipcopter on it – an apache would be nice, but i don’t want to seem greedy and self-servingPosted 8 years agowillardMember
Why the hell would you need a wall of ham? I mean, it would be nice, but what? Why? How even?
Nice caravan grynch… But I think you’d be stoned by the caravan club if you turned up at a meet with that. Best claim for some security too.
Just realised that I need to claim for a new mobile. I think this one should do. It’s not _that_ showy.Posted 8 years ago
thanks for the tip willard.. I’m still looking for something to tow that puppy.
( you should see the inside of it btw…
re. the taxidermy.. I walked into a shop in NovaScotia once and there was a German Shepard by the door.. standing reallllllllllllllllly still.Posted 8 years ago
The stuff of nightmares indeed. And so much better than photoshop!
We used to visit the Hancock Museum in Newcastle when I was small. There was an incredible piece of work there, of some sort of raptor killing a heron that had caught an eel. It was absolutely remarkable. I think I quite like taxidermy. 🙂Posted 8 years ago
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