Modern terminology - What winds you up...

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Well that puts you out of the running thank feck!
It was fun whilst it lasted assisted by grandchildren. They will now take up the challenge individually. Stand by for some reactionary fireworks. Sadly it might well bring Rum Ration to its knees.
 

slim

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It was fun whilst it lasted assisted by grandchildren. They will now take up the challenge individually. Stand by for some reactionary fireworks. Sadly it might well bring Rum Ration to its knees.
Don't know about you bringing RR to it's knees, but I do know that you get on most RR members Tits!
 
It's called Internet "Text recycling" The quotation marks denote its lifting from the Internet....... Plagiarism "Writ large"
Take a well-earned1627017843690.png

Whyfore? Try <<Self-Plagiarism for "Text recycling">> Check it out yourself then 'Own It'*.

*Back on Topic - *Pertinent in your situation, yet that is another irritating woke term.

(Which Levers introduced to RR by implying that those with a different world view to his precious one must each bear the shameful stigma of personal responsibility for that referendum (the results of which didn't suit him at all, at all.)
 

WreckerL

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My boss at work likes to use buzz words, his common one is "socialise" when talking about passing on information. If he has something he wants everyone to know he asks the team leaders to "socialise" the info with their teams.

The other day he was asked if he'd passed some info on and he said he hadn't had a chance to "socialise" the info upwards.

I can't resist taking the piss every time he uses buzz words or corporate speak.
 
Latest one where I work is for something to be "baked in" regarding an idea or procedure. Whatever happened to implemented?

It seems that the work buzz words and phrases get updated quite frequently with each new batch of bright young things coming along.
 

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