Terms / phrases that need to fuck straight off


#301

An upside risk!

Project managers are special types of cockwomble that’s for sure.


#302

They are. Oh yes, they are.


#303

People being filmed dropping microphones can fuck right off.


#304

Never could work out what that was about?


#305

Agreed, Steve Wright does it and thinks it’s funny, so this automatically makes it bellend behaviour in my book.


#306

C-suite, ugh go fuck off and die :weary:


#307

sounds like a card hand - Royal Flush, C-Suite!


#308

I feel nauseous when I see it written down, but some-one in all seriousness said it to me yesterday and I couldn’t help but laugh in her face. The silly droid just didn’t get it.


#309

I don’t think I have ever heard that one.
I have no idea what it is supposed to mean.


#310

Oh dear, I had to look that one up :rofl:


#311

That one is standard round here. I could do you an exhaustive list but I fear the forum would explode with indignation.


#312

Hah, does that mean that you also say it then :grinning:


#313

I do now
My life is poorer.


#314

Trust me, if I excluded the contents of this thread from my work conversations, I’d be mute.


#315

:scream:

Are you sure you don’t work for one of the big four consulting houses? :wink:


#316

So did I. I just assumed it was a competitor to G-Plan but apparently not.


#317

The C-Suite sounds like a modern version of the executive toilet, the key to which signified, once upon a time, that you’d made it.

VB


#318

C U next Tuesday…what the fucks rong with plain old CUNT !?!


#319

My response to “C U Next Tuesday” is always “Tuesday, Wednesday And Thursday”


#320

TWAT ?

Took me a moment