“Fuck You, Handle Your Own Shit for Once!” – Screams Exhausted Management Consultant

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In an unprecedented display of raw emotion that has left the corporate world both stunned and secretly nodding in agreement, Vince Varuka, a seasoned management consultant known for his strategic insights and ability to navigate the most complex of corporate labyrinths, finally lost it. “Fuck you, handle your own shit for once!” he bellowed, slamming down a binder filled with strategic plans and growth projections.

Vince Varuka, with over 20 years in the consulting industry, advising Fortune 500 companies on how to “streamline their operations” and “maximize shareholder value,” reached his breaking point during a routine meeting. The client, for the umpteenth time, questioned Vince’s recommendations, asking if they had considered “just cutting costs everywhere.”

“I’ve been in this game for decades,” said Varuka, as he took a deep breath, trying to regain his composure. “I’ve dealt with clueless board members, CEOs with the attention span of a goldfish, and middle managers who think they’re the next Steve Jobs. But this? This was my limit.”

Eyewitnesses reported a mix of horror and awe. “I’ve never seen Vince, or any consultant for that matter, snap like that,” said one senior executive. “But deep down? I think he voiced what many of us feel on a daily basis.”

Varuka’s outburst has since gone viral, with #HandleYourOwnShit and #TeamVince trending across social media platforms. Management consultants globally are sharing their own tales of woe, expressing solidarity with Varuka.

“I once had a client who wanted to increase profits by just ‘selling more stuff,'” shared a consultant from London. “I feel you, Vince.”

In light of the incident, several consulting firms are now considering “Vince Days,” allowing consultants a day off after particularly grueling client interactions. “We recognize the importance of mental well-being,” said one firm’s spokesperson. “Especially when clients think they can ‘strategize’ better than the professionals.”

As for Vince Varuka, he’s currently on a sabbatical, reflecting on his next moves. “Maybe I’ll write a book,” he pondered. “Or perhaps start an MMA tournament in my basement.”

Disclaimer: This article is purely satirical and intended for comedic purposes. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental. Remember, in the corporate world, patience is a virtue… until it’s not.