Laughs per Litre!

Laughs per Litre!

$15.00 $15!!

The sales representative who had two bonnets for his car and changed them over and over; the software project where the manager was banned from seeing the developers; the service station built on the wrong road; and the oil bottle whose top popped off while in your car or garage, spilling oil everywhere.

Please email to place order. I'll invoice you and payment is by the Twentieth Century Cheque method and is preferred. Or by EFT. Or cash or beer if you are on the Sunshine Coast!

  • SKU: PB4997

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This is an assembly of absolutely true, and often ridiculous, business stories. Written in 1999, it covers 23 years in the oil industry.

  • All stories are true
  • You will remember if you were there
  • It's a complete bargain

All names and companies have been changed. The stories are not all from my former employer, either. Thanks for being so suspicious.

SIZE Small book
COLOUR A sort of off yellow
STYLE Classic, modern, true, crazy
  • Elizabeth Hunter™ October 13, 2015 at 6:32 pm

    "It's the best book he has ever written. It's the only book he has ever written."

  • Elizabeth Hunter™ February 29, 2017 at 12:09 pm

    "You'll shake your head, it's the book you need to buy!" He has stock on hand :-)

  • F. Paul Marshmann June 6, 2020 at 9:01 am

    "I deny that that motel room at the Dorset Gardens Hotel was available 24/7 for me."

  • Elizabeth Hunter™ June 8, 2020 at 14:41 pm

    "I love your new logo! You are the creative genius, Mr. Selleck. What happened to 'I am Pedro and so can you?'"

  • Johannes Youmesawah December 21, 2020 at 11:41 am

    "I was the worst boss because I was terrified to make a decision. I tormented you about my wish to continue flying empty binders from Singapore to the US, filling them with paper and sending them back again. I eventually reneged only because of the Brazilian Behemoth, of whom I was frightened and scared. Not even the Harp of Ronald would come to my aid. I am so glad you remembered this case of business excellence in your book."

  • W. Douglas Atkinson December 21, 2020 at 11:59 am

    "Yes, I did fly to Sydney to escape from that terrible John Cox, the Blackest Jack. How nice for that to be remembered in print for over 20 years. I saw your potential, Peter. Remember, I was the one who hired you in 1976."