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Originally Posted by Ben Grimm View Post

 

I've had him blocked for a while, but he seemed to me more like someone who had  read a lot of Ron Paul and had no academic training. He reminded me of Tom Cruise discussing psychiatry, to be honest.

 

DON'T BE GLIB.  He's studied the history of the science of economics.

post #2102 of 5962
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Originally Posted by Cylon Baby View Post

 


Seconded. He's a Troll though an articulate one. I bet he's never worked outside of Academia in his life. I'd love to be a fly on the wall when he ventures out into the real world (assuming he ever does) and gets some harsh truth dumped on him.

I've talked about at least two of my jobs in this thread (one being only a page or so ago), both of which were service sector.


Edited by stunt poop - 1/25/13 at 7:16pm
post #2103 of 5962
Really sick right now. Very dehydrated. Almost at the point where I need to go to the hospital. I can't keep down any water without throwing up almost instantly.
post #2104 of 5962
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Originally Posted by Dr Harford View Post

Really sick right now. Very dehydrated. Almost at the point where I need to go to the hospital. I can't keep down any water without throwing up almost instantly.

 

GO TO THE HOSPITAL THEN.

 

(Seriously, you may need a fluid IV to keep from dehydrating).

post #2105 of 5962
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Originally Posted by Ben Grimm View Post

GO TO THE HOSPITAL THEN.

(Seriously, you may need a fluid IV to keep from dehydrating).

THanks for your concern, it is slightly better than it was earlier today. I have been eating ice chips and holding them down the past few hours, but it's been fucking miserible.
post #2106 of 5962
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Originally Posted by Dr Harford View Post


THanks for your concern, it is slightly better than it was earlier today. I have been eating ice chips and holding them down the past few hours, but it's been fucking miserible.

 

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Originally Posted by Ben Grimm View Post

 

GO TO THE HOSPITAL THEN.

 

(Seriously, you may need a fluid IV to keep from dehydrating).

 Grimm is right GO!

post #2107 of 5962
Thanks guys I wish I could right now but I can't. I am doing better than I was earlier. If I am not well by the AM I will go.
post #2108 of 5962
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Originally Posted by Dr Harford View Post


THanks for your concern, it is slightly better than it was earlier today. I have been eating ice chips and holding them down the past few hours, but it's been fucking miserible.

Dude, that sucks. I sympathize. What do you think you have?

 

I know it sucks to go through with it, but if it keeps up, you don't want to regret not going to at least see a doctor.

 

Edit: Just saw your previous post. Feel better.

post #2109 of 5962
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Originally Posted by stunt poop View Post

Dude, that sucks. I sympathize. What do you think you have?

I know it sucks to go through with it, but if it keeps up, you don't want to regret not going to at least see a doctor.

Edit: Just saw your previous post. Feel better.

My understanding is that there are two bugs going around. The flu, and the stomach bug. Many people at my job and in my family have had this stomach thing. It is supposed to last 24 hours.

I really appreciate the sympathy, that's why I posted. smile.gif
post #2110 of 5962

That reminds me-having a cough and refusing to get it treated for a week, thinking that all a doctor would do is tell me that it will go away on its own. Sure enough, within a couple of days I was coughing so violently that I couldn't lie down to sleep, so I had to sit up on the floor against my bed. I eventually went to a doctor and it turned out I had pneumonia. Throughout the whole thing I was having to deal with an insurance adjuster after a car accident, so whenever I tried to open my mouth to discuss anything all that came out was:

 

HACK COUGH COUGH HEAAAAAAAAARGH AHUH YEAAAAAARGH HACK COUGH MCCCCAAAAAA SURE HWAAARG HACK HACK MHMM CAAAAH

 

*sheepishly nods head, realizing the futility of trying to speak a full sentence as I'm told about the body shop*

 

On the plus side, coughing violently for a week straight is a real workout on your abs.


Edited by stunt poop - 1/25/13 at 8:48pm
post #2111 of 5962
Nothing like the above examples, but tired shit: two weeks up-and-down of some congestion crap that's just bad enough to be a pain but not nearly enough to justify staying home from work.
post #2112 of 5962

May as well throw in just getting sick in general (if it hasn't already been said a bunch of times in this thread). Thankfully I don't get sick that often as an adult. Getting sick like commodorejohn sucks because I hate the anticipation of just knowing that it's a prelude to getting more sick.

 

Growing up I could count on getting sick every year. The worst time was when I was 16. I almost look back on the experience with some nostalgia, like I lost my innocence that day and have never felt more alive. Out of nowhere on a Saturday I got violently ill. What started as some nausea turned into the most forceful projectile vomit I've ever had. I swear I remember being able to hit the tub with it even though I was brutally mauling the inside of my toilet with diarrhea at the same time.

 

It was like someone was clamping their fist down on my stomach with dry heaves and vomit for hours. I would alternate between heaving and slamming my butt down on the toilet so hard I almost injured myself.

 

After a few hours of being keeled over and begging god to make it stop I felt the immense relief of completely emptying the contents of my stomach with one last hurl. I knew my body had thrown in the towel and come to its senses. I went to lie down and had the sweetest few bites of a sliced apple. Being able to actually absorb moisture was one of the greatest moments of satisfaction I've ever felt.

 

I stayed in bed all weekend, and when I went back to school a friend asked me if I ended up seeing Vertical Limit, which he knew my brothers and I had rented. I said that I didn't since I threw up about ten times in one day. He said that if I had seen it, I would have thrown up eleven times. We both laughed.

 

And to this day, I have never seen Vertical Limit.

post #2113 of 5962
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Originally Posted by Tim K View Post

Squat toilets are the norm in many different countries. If someone was born and raised in one of those countries I could see how their first instinct would be to climb upon and then squat over a sitting down toilet especially if they had never seen one before.

 

All due respect mate, but I grew up in England and travelled around Europe. I've used squat toilets. They're unmistakably completely different to seat toilets. I mean, if people want to stick to what they're used to and Spiderman it, that's cool. But they are seats, and other people will sit on them, and if you can't respect that and clean your leavings you're as due a Neesoning as anyone else.

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Originally Posted by Dr Harford View Post


My understanding is that there are two bugs going around. The flu, and the stomach bug. Many people at my job and in my family have had this stomach thing. It is supposed to last 24 hours.

I really appreciate the sympathy, that's why I posted. smile.gif

 

Fuckin' hell Harford, that's a bastard of a bug you've got there. Hope you're feeling better and if not, that you've gotten it seen to.

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Originally Posted by stunt poop View Post

And to this day, I have never seen Vertical Limit.

 

I believe that this is the dictionary definition of 'silver linings'.

post #2114 of 5962
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Originally Posted by Workyticket View Post

...due a Neesoning as anyone else.

 

I am so stealing this.

post #2115 of 5962
Thanks for the support everyone. For the first time since yesterday morning at 7 AM I feel like I have some (even if just a tiny tiny amount) of energy. Up till now it felt like an impossible hardship just to get out of bed to try and get some water.

So I am thinking I am at the tail end of this ordeal, and it hasn't come a moment too soon. I must have thrown up 30+ times yesterday. Just bloody awful.
post #2116 of 5962

Speaking of weather (and we were there for a bit) I used to have a well known NBC weatherman/meteorologist living in my apt building. If you got in the lift with him he would just push his button (and not ask you which floor you wanted) and move to a corner and pull his ball cap down lower on his face, looking at the floor. For a while I wondered why and I realized that if he spoke you would recognize him, and if you recognized him you start talking about the weather, and eventually comment that his forecasts were sometimes way off and complain, etc etc. So he'd avoid all that by keeping quietly to himself. 

post #2117 of 5962
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Originally Posted by Dr Harford View Post

Thanks for the support everyone. For the first time since yesterday morning at 7 AM I feel like I have some (even if just a tiny tiny amount) of energy. Up till now it felt like an impossible hardship just to get out of bed to try and get some water.

So I am thinking I am at the tail end of this ordeal, and it hasn't come a moment too soon. I must have thrown up 30+ times yesterday. Just bloody awful.

 

Glad you're feeling better. You might want to try to keep an anti-emetic around (like dramamine) in the future - though you may have been too far gone it sounds like to keep anything down.

post #2118 of 5962

Here's a scenario I think most people have gone through or at least witnessed a time or two:

 

It's Christmas or a birthday, and people are exchanging gifts with one another or handing them over to one person, and someone ends up with something that they don't want. Something the receiver has either given no indication whatsoever that they'd be into, or even made it blatantly clear that they'd hate it. Something that will end up in a closet, never to be seen again. And the giver has the nerve to bitch about the receiver "not being appreciative".

 

What the fuck is up with that? It's one thing when the person misses the mark. Most people have screwed up when it comes to getting gifts for others, especially when they're people we don't see often enough for whatever reason. But to buy someone you know damn well to be a complete and utter nerd a surf board (seen it), and expect them to be oh so fucking grateful? Fuck that. You're not buying it for them then, you're trying to make yourself happy by purchasing positive emotions from others. You're more concerned about how you feel then how they feel. You're a self-centered douchebag.

 

It's even worse when they bug you about months down the road, because seeing you use their gift is more important to them than you doing what you want.

 

I myself have gotten only one such gift, and the giver being an asshole about it is the reason we don't talk anymore. Yeah, it pisses me off that much.

post #2119 of 5962
It's good to hear that you've made it over the worst Dr Harford

I don't think I've thrown up more than 30 times in my life let alone in a day.

My stomach is way more macho than I am and it take something major to even upset it. Even then in serious cases of food poisoning my stomach still clings to the food as if I presented it a challenge and always says to me "NO, I will make you feel like shit, but I KNOW I can handle this man."

It has gotten so bad that I have to actually force myself to throw up to feel better.
post #2120 of 5962
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Originally Posted by Tim K View Post

It's good to hear that you've made it over the worst Dr Harford

I don't think I've thrown up more than 30 times in my life let alone in a day.

My stomach is way more macho than I am and it take something major to even upset it. Even then in serious cases of food poisoning my stomach still clings to the food as if I presented it a challenge and always says to me "NO, I will make you feel like shit, but I KNOW I can handle this man."

It has gotten so bad that I have to actually force myself to throw up to feel better.

Many many moons ago, I got the worst food poisoning of my life. Whatever I ate sat like a brick in my gut for two days trying to kill me. I couldn't expel it in any direction.  So after a couple of days of this horrble experience, I fell asleep. I began to dream....I don't even remember what the dream was about, but it seemed like a movie set for a typical home. Suddenly a guy that seemed to be the direcctor walked onto the set, holding his arms up for everyone's attention.

 

"Excuse me, everyone, but Scott needs to go throw up now."

Then he looks into the camera.

"Go!"

 

I awoke and made it to the bathroom and....well, you can fill in the blanks. I felt instantly improved.

post #2121 of 5962

a surf board could make a good coffee table. go to a hardware store and buy 4 legs and screw them into it. then when the giver visits they'd have to be a moroon to not get the message.

post #2122 of 5962

I.T. "ninjas"

 

There's a horrible tendency at the moment to clasify certain people as "ninjas" in I.T.  MVP used to be bad enough but this.

 

There's even an advert with "phone support ninja" who's "ninjitsu" skills include "being able to help you download an app for your smart phone".

 

This morning I read about Citrix Support Ninjas.  I'd like to think they back flip into your infrastructre, fix problems without anyone noticing, and then flip out.  But their "ninjitsu" skill is probably looking up shit on Google like every other fucker that works in I.T.

 

Markting.  I hate thee.

post #2123 of 5962
Thanks for the nice words, guys. Since this illness is making the rounds I'd advise everyone to keep some Gatorade in the fridge just in case you need to re-up on electrolytes in an emergency.
post #2124 of 5962
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Originally Posted by MrBananaGrabber View Post

 

Spinning off from that, tired shit: people moving to the northwest, seeing all the pine trees and cedars and natural splendor, and going: "Yeah, that's got to go."  I can understand wanting to get out of Cali, but move to the east side of the state if you want sunny days and no trees.

 

Ugh. People. 

 

 

I recall flying into Seattle the first time I visited and when we broke through the clouds and saw all the green, it was just jaw-dropping. I wanted to move there IMMEDIATELY. 

post #2125 of 5962
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Originally Posted by Dr Harford View Post

Thanks for the nice words, guys. Since this illness is making the rounds I'd advise everyone to keep some Gatorade in the fridge just in case you need to re-up on electrolytes in an emergency.

 

 

Pedialite is actually the best option. Also it reportedly demolishes hangovers. 

post #2126 of 5962
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keep some Gatorade in the fridge

and a bucket by the bed-

post #2127 of 5962
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Originally Posted by stevehauk View Post

and a bucket by the bed-

I had a plastic trash bag container with the bag removed by my bed. Ugh.
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Originally Posted by Chavez View Post


Pedialite is actually the best option. Also it reportedly demolishes hangovers. 

I prefer Powerade under normal circumstances but Gatorade's milder flaovors have enhanced drinkability when you're feeling poorly.
post #2128 of 5962

People who type "Cohen brothers." What the fhuck is whrong with you people?

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Take care folks!  Glad you're on the mend Hartford!

 

I've managed to glance by with just colds this winter, but I know the hammer is coming down eventually.  Half my office is out sick right now.

 

Chavez - it's not necessarily xenophobia in the Pacific NW, but we get lots of expats that move here, and can't shut up about how much they hate the rain, or how much better things were in [x], and the ones that chop all the trees and shrubs out of their yard for that astroturf look, and the developers who do the same to put up cookie-cutter strip malls and housing developments, and then the backlash complaining gets elitist and irritating, and it snowballs, and I can just feel the uniqueness and biodiversity draining away.

post #2130 of 5962

I love it when everyone around me gets sick but I don't. It makes me feel like Bruce Willis' character in Unbreakable.

 

Back to Tired Shit: People who use pointless, annoying business jargon. A friend of mine told me that her boss made a speech in which he declared that it was time to "Open The Kimono" between departments, which apparently means "share information"? Why the fuck would you use a three words when two would be absolutely fine? And why say something that makes people think of a Japanese stripper?

post #2131 of 5962

Urgh, as a pom in NZ this may sound hypocritical but I get that a lot, to the point I avoid other ex-pats. 


As soon as they find out you're from Blighty it starts a tirade of "it's shit over here because..(weather, can't get "proper" cadburys, not enough TV), especially if they're fresh off the boat.

 

I'm pretty sure that all the fucking ridiculous shit like "kids shouldn't be allowed to climb on things over a certain height at school" that you're hearing now comes from the fucken poms.

 

Also there's a new development in Waikanai that's a row of red brick houses and it just looks ugly.

 

a) if you don't like it here FUCK OFF back to the "motherland"

b) stop trying to turn NZ into GB

c) harden the fuck up.

 

Honestly, nowadays if I hear someone has a brit accent I up the kiwi in my own just so I don;t have to put up with the whingeing.

 

whinge over ;p

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Originally Posted by MrSaxon View Post

I love it when everyone around me gets sick but I don't. It makes me feel like Bruce Willis' character in Unbreakable.

 

Back to Tired Shit: People who use pointless, annoying business jargon. A friend of mine told me that her boss made a speech in which he declared that it was time to "Open The Kimono" between departments, which apparently means "share information"? Why the fuck would you use a three words when two would be absolutely fine? And why say something that makes people think of a Japanese stripper?

 


Here's one for you: "Smarketing". Which refers to the confluence of Sales and Marketing. Used by a 20 something douche with a big shit eating grin on his face, like his coining that Godawful neo-logism is on par with spitting the fucking Atom. "Smarketing". FUCK YOU!

post #2133 of 5962

I hate it when people just use letters, I guess to make the conversation shorter. Example: DTH = down the hall  .  EOD = end of day .

Just say the frakkin words dammit!

post #2134 of 5962
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Originally Posted by Cylon Baby View Post

 


Here's one for you: "Smarketing". Which refers to the confluence of Sales and Marketing. Used by a 20 something douche with a big shit eating grin on his face, like his coining that Godawful neo-logism is on par with spitting the fucking Atom. "Smarketing". FUCK YOU!

 

Holy crap - that's fucking awful. I'd like to kunch him to death. That's kicking and punching at the same time.

post #2135 of 5962
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Originally Posted by stevehauk View Post

I hate it when people just use letters, I guess to make the conversation shorter. Example: DTH = down the hall  .  EOD = end of day .

Just say the frakkin words dammit!

 

Especially when saying the letters has the exact number of syllables as saying the actual words. You're not shortening shit!

post #2136 of 5962

Basically anything corporate.  One of my employer's primary clients is a fairly large insurance company.  A while back, we did a number of video interviews with various VPs and department heads talking about some exciting new changes to come! (aka, a lot of people are about to get laid off.)

 

Anyways, this past week, we get a frantic phone call, saying we have to change one of the titles of an interviewee from "VP of So and So" to "Head of So and So," and they need it done immediately, because the video is posting to their website within 24 hours.  It's an easy enough fix, but we got approval and delivered the finals in May of last year.  You've had these for over six months, signed off on them without apparently looking at them, and are just getting around to posting them now?  What the fuck do you do with your time?

post #2137 of 5962
They make words we hate.
post #2138 of 5962
Silicon Valley like startups and how little most of them value customer service.

I dropped off an item off for evaluation and repair on the 2nd of this month. The front desk said that they would get back to me within a week. I called a week later and got nothing but the voicemail of the representative they assigned to me. I left a message and waited a few days, but nothing. I tried calling this guy again two days later and called his extension every hour for the entirety of that day and only got the voicemail.

Finally I called the front desk and asked her if the guy was in. She said he was and I had her search the building for him and eventually reached him. Turns out they hadn't even looked at the item I brought in for repair and it would be a further 1 to 2 weeks before they could because of an "sizable" repair backlog.

I HATE being the squeaky wheel, but sometimes it is the only way to get the grease. They left me no choice and I called every few days to get and update and received fuck all and was shunted between representatives. I later find out from a third party going through the same thing that this company just fired their repair techs for this very item back before I even dropped it off and now were desperately searching for freelancers. Why I wasn't told this I don't know.

So I get an email last Tuesday with an invoice for the repair costs. It was just a number ($900) wich is $400 more than they estimated it would be and there is no info at all on what thy found in need of repair. I reply to this quote asking for details and they say they'll get back to me once they talk to their techs. Today I still have not received an update and had to call in again only to receive a I'll get on it and get back to you by the end of the day response. A response which they have never followed through with the last four times I got it.

I have literally grown a beard waiting on these guys, and yes I have to wait on them because not one third party repair shop out there will touch their stuff.

The next time I walk into a tech company which hasn't existed for more than a decade and everyone is wearing jeans and logo t-shirts (None of them had the company logo on it!) I'm going to turn around and head the other way. This is supposed to be a job, not a place you can hang out at from 9 to 5. I understand having a comfortable place to work at, but work needs to get done.
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Originally Posted by Tim K View Post


The next time I walk into a tech company which hasn't existed for more than a decade and everyone is wearing jeans and logo t-shirts (None of them had the company logo on it!) I'm going to turn around and head the other way. This is supposed to be a job, not a place you can hang out at from 9 to 5. I understand having a comfortable place to work at, but work needs to get done.

 

Ugh. As someone who's worked for and around Startups I sympathize. And it seems to be getting worse. I see job ads for companies that seem to be some kind of beer drinking cult. Like they list "number of drinks" consumed by their employees and it's in the thousands for a company only a few years old. Yeah, I'll entrust the security of my business to you idiots.

post #2140 of 5962
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Originally Posted by stevehauk View Post

I hate it when people just use letters, I guess to make the conversation shorter. Example: DTH = down the hall  .  EOD = end of day .

Just say the frakkin words dammit!

 

 

People are using such shorthand in actual verbal, face to face conversations?

 

I've never experienced this, thank goodness.

post #2141 of 5962
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Originally Posted by Agent Z View Post


People are using such shorthand in actual verbal, face to face conversations?

I've never experienced this, thank goodness.

I had a boss who spoke entirely in corporate jargon. "Learnings," "key takeaways," "next steps," "quick gut check," "piggyback on your email," etc. The guy was a walking thesaurus of meaningless language. It was insufferable. He also would refer to "The Dark Knight" as "Batman Returns." Even more insufferable.
post #2142 of 5962

My favourite of these heard a while ago was, at a point where you are going to concede a position during negotiations, saying "Okay, I'm not going to die in a ditch over that."

 

What. The. Fuck.

 

Die? In a ditch? Equating agreeing something that has, at best, some (clearly not that signficant net financial implications), to expiring out of sight along the side of a road? Or having been thrown out of the windscreen of a moving car and shifting off this mortal coil in a mangled state of agony and despair? Or being mown down going over the top of a World War 1 trench and breathing your last painful breath half-submerged in icy mud?

 

Hearing it coming out of the mouth of a senior colleague, without a hint of irony or parody, who had mentored me and to whom I looked up, whilst he sat in a centrally heated office discussing risk allocation in a railway rolling stock maintenance contract, pretty much lit the fuse on my eventual withdrawal from the corproate professional services industry.

post #2143 of 5962
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Originally Posted by MrBananaGrabber View Post

Chavez - it's not necessarily xenophobia in the Pacific NW, but we get lots of expats that move here, and can't shut up about how much they hate the rain, or how much better things were in [x], and the ones that chop all the trees and shrubs out of their yard for that astroturf look, and the developers who do the same to put up cookie-cutter strip malls and housing developments, and then the backlash complaining gets elitist and irritating, and it snowballs, and I can just feel the uniqueness and biodiversity draining away.

 

Well, that just isn't the NW though; all of the US is becoming homogenized. 

 

 

There's nothing wrong with being able to get a consistent burger at McDonald's in 5 minutes, but the fact is that if you go about 99% of the places in the States, and they're pretty much the same as the place you left aside from weather and/or accent, is really depressing. 

post #2144 of 5962

Greedy landlords with misleading adverts about their properties. 

 

I'm trying to find somewhere to live at the moment and viewed an apartment today which the landlord had conveniently neglected to mention in the advert that it lacked fucking windows. It was basically a basement which someone had converted into a sleeping area with two partitioned areas for the shower and the kitchen. Who the hell would want to live in a place like that unless you're obsessed with The Josef Kinsel Dungeon Experience? Last week I viewed another apartment where the advertised "cooking facilities" turned out to be a camping stove which the landlord had placed in the corner of the bedroom area! Seriously! I felt like saying "Do I look like a fucking Boy Scout?" 

post #2145 of 5962
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Originally Posted by Bradito View Post


I had a boss who spoke entirely in corporate jargon. "Learnings," "key takeaways," "next steps," "quick gut check," "piggyback on your email," etc. The guy was a walking thesaurus of meaningless language. It was insufferable. He also would refer to "The Dark Knight" as "Batman Returns." Even more insufferable.

 

I've mentioned several times how my boss is a fool and has no idea what he's doing. Half of his office vocabulary is catch phrases he's made up just for the sake of having something come out of his mouth at meetings.

 

I hear "we're moving the needle", at least a dozen times a day. My absolute favorite is a catchphrase he invented to explain to our clients the benefits of mobile websites and online marketing: "Bypass Google". He has no idea what QR codes are good for, what the benefits of mobile advertising is, but in his mind he thinks the key advantage in scanning a QR code is that you're "bypassing Google".

 

Ask him to explain what the fuck this means, and he'll talk in circles for a solid ten minutes.

post #2146 of 5962
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Originally Posted by jhp1608 View Post

My favourite of these heard a while ago was, at a point where you are going to concede a position during negotiations, saying "Okay, I'm not going to die in a ditch over that."

 

What. The. Fuck.

 

Die? In a ditch? Equating agreeing something that has, at best, some (clearly not that signficant net financial implications), to expiring out of sight along the side of a road? Or having been thrown out of the windscreen of a moving car and shifting off this mortal coil in a mangled state of agony and despair? Or being mown down going over the top of a World War 1 trench and breathing your last painful breath half-submerged in icy mud?

 

Hearing it coming out of the mouth of a senior colleague, without a hint of irony or parody, who had mentored me and to whom I looked up, whilst he sat in a centrally heated office discussing risk allocation in a railway rolling stock maintenance contract, pretty much lit the fuse on my eventual withdrawal from the corproate professional services industry.

 

Huh? Did he mean "That's not a hill I'm going to die on" or something like that? Because that's an actual saying, because it actually makes sense (i.e., soldiers defending a piece of high ground to the death), whereas what he said sounds like he's afraid the argument will get so heated somebody'll murder him and dump his body by the side of the road. Or something.

post #2147 of 5962

Another co-worker just came in finishing for free software from the IT department.  That got old in highschool.

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"Working hard, or hardly working?"

"Hold on, let me stop what I'm doing, drop all this heavy shit and catch my breath . . . fuck off."
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Giving oral sex.

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Originally Posted by Bailey View Post

Giving oral sex.

 

 I assume you mean and not getting any in return or to a dirty dick.

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