Friday, January 29, 2010

Printer Errors

"Dammit! Who is the idiot that sent the same print job to the printer twenty times, and every single print set at the WRONG PAPER SIZE, making the printer hang and causing every other person's print job to be lost on the restart?"


*Karl sidles out of the room, avoiding eye contact with everyone*

"SHIT! What fool forgot to press the 'fax' button, and instead just tried to make 22541399 copies of... A PATENT CLAIM SHEET KARL YOU FUCKING MORON..."

*Karl tries to jump out the window. But the window is closed, and Karl just bonks his forehead on the glass pane before falling into a heap on the ground, arms and legs akimbo.*

"SHITFUCK! Who tried to print on a bunch of paper that was STAPLED TOGETHER? NOBODY could be this stupid!

*Karl hides under his desk*

6 comments:

Karl said...

In my defense, I didn't have such a difficult time back in the days when the printer, fax, and copy machine were three separate devices.

Anonymous said...

Geniuses shouldn't have to do such menial tasks. Its no wonder this happens - might as well ask Einstein to clean the toilets.

Karl said...

That's what *I* keep saying! I'm really more of a 'big ideas' kind of guy...

P. S. said...

This guy is no genius .. http://mokargas.soup.io/post/36741797/via-29mx89s-gif-GIF-Grafik-300x173-Pixel

Anonymous said...

Okay, you say they said "Shitfuck" and I wanna know, how is that said in Chinese? Lemme guess, "Zau Gau" or "Ai Yo" or something.

Karl said...

It was unfortunately the M.D. who discovered my 22 million sheet print job, and the above is my best transcribing of the English part of the rant. It probably started with a couple of "Ta ma de"s, which I ignored because I didn't realize I was the source of the ire.

But in my *second* defense, it is a design error on Konica's part that the machine even allows users to input such figures. They ought to cap the number at 5000 or something.