Office Jargon, drives me nuts

by punkofnice 30 Replies latest social humour

  • punkofnice
    Yup. whatever happened to simply saying what you mean, ay?
  • The Rebel
    The Rebel

    Well Punk at least office jargon has been " taken to the next level" from when female staff were referred to as " birds" " she's fit" or " bunny". Those were the days when " Be there or be square" "and " feel the funk" were at least " buzz" words I could understand the meaning of. Nowadays I find myself having to desifer the meaning to "buzz" words such as " square the circle" which I think is supposed to sound clever, but actually I have no idea what the guy is saying.

    Anyway I must get back to my " strategic staircase" which I think means continue on my business plan. So I won't let " the grass grow to long" with this post " may the force be with you" and I hope we can " touch base latter"

    The Rebel.

  • punkofnice
    Reb - See you later aligator
  • stan livedeath
    stan livedeath

    my bro in laws phrase was--" at this present moment in time"

    i think he meant------------- now.

  • Satanus
    Lol. The sheeple make the same sounding bleets to reassure themselves and eachother. Glad i'm not in that 'fold' ;)
  • punkofnice
    Loaded language. Abstract language. I'm onboard with this!
  • ttdtt

    How about:
    You could see jehobers Hand In The Matter.


    I left it in gods hands.

  • Nathan Natas
    Nathan Natas

    Found quote (not mine)

    "Sometimes, I use big words I don't always fully understand in an effort to make myself sound more photosynthesis."

  • StarTrekAngel

    Nah... the worst, by far is this...

    "We've been working on this for the past month" ... in reality you know that only a call or an email has been sent and most people involved are running away from the responsibility of having to make a decisions on it.

  • punkofnice
    I think I'll try and start my own jargon....hmmmmm, where to begin?

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