Internal Audit Valentines​​

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Hey! It’s Valentine’s Day. And what better way to celebrate than to take a loo​k at the various Valentine’s Day sentiments available to and from internal auditors.

 

Roses are red; violets are blue.

If that’s in the report I’ll come looking for you.

 

The day has broken bright and clear.

It’s Valentine’s I hear!

The time when people show they care

With thoughts of love and cheer.

I hope this day goes well before

The chaos that ensues,

Because it's time that we report 

On your QA review.

 

Roses are red; violets are blue.

What drives us to Marketing? Bosses like you.

 

I may just be a CAE,

But I see all you do.

The way you work so extra hard

When those reports are due.

The background, scope, and summary,

And purpose you're defining.

Now all I ask is, maybe once,

Could you please have a finding?

 

Roses are red; violets are blue.

Your last report is past overdue.

 

To find the perfect card for you

I searched both near and far,

One saying that if I were you

I wouldn’t start my car.

 

Roses are red; violets are blue.

I will pay you back during our peer reviews.

 

I want to thank you oh so much

For your investigation,

‘Cause thanks to your ineptitude

I’ve paid for my vacation.

 

And, for those who are paying attention, yes, this is a reprint of a blog post from a number of years ago. But let's keep that our little secret. Happy Valentine's Day.

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