“It may not be magic” – she concluded, “but it works like a charm”

Get that raise the easy way… sleep with the boss’ wife

You can get fat raises and big promotions the easy way – not by working long hours and kissing big-shot butt, but by seducing the boss’ wife and sweet-talking her into getting them for you! “I tell my clients to be all they can be to be successful – and those who listen almost always get the big raises and promotions that their…”

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You can get fat raises and big promotions the easy way – not by working long hours and kissing big-shot butt, but by seducing the boss’ wife and sweet-talking her into getting them for you! “I tell my clients to be all they can be to be successful – and those who listen almost always get the big raises and promotions that their colleagues can only dream of,” declared Vanda Wilderson, a $2,500-a-day wage consultant headquartered in New York.

“Nobody works themself to the top any more.”

“These days, the top jobs are reserved for a special breed of go-getter who will do anything to further himself and his career.

“Sleeping with the boss’s wife is the best way I know to cover a lot of ground in a hurry. Get her on your team and you’re going places. Nobody is closer to the boss, nobody carries more weight with the boss, than she does.

“The fact of the matter is, most of these marriages are shot anyway — after all, your boss didn’t get to the top by being a family man. In most cases, he’s buying the ‘little lady’ off with a big expense account and no-questions-asked lifestyle to avoid losing half of everything he’s got in a messy divorce.

“When she says ‘Jump!’ he says ‘How high?’ because it’s cheaper than the alternative. When she says ‘Give Billy a raise!” he says ‘How much?’ for the same reason.

“It may not be magic,” she concluded, “but it works like a charm.”

“When she says ‘Jump!’ he says ‘How high?’ because it’s cheaper than the alternative. When she says “Give Jones a raise,” he says “How much?’ for the same reason.”

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